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Today's first mountain stage is the longest of this year's Tour - just more than 139 miles - and it will tax cyclists' endurance as well as climbing ability. It begins in Barcelona and ends with a lung-busting climb to a ski resort in the Pyrenees, one of the highest finish elevations of any stage in Tour history at 7,218 feet.


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