Dylan Teuns does it on the Flemish holiday, breaking 33-year-old spell
The Tour de France has finally seen a Belgian stage win. In fact, Limburger Dylan Teuns made it a Flemish party on the Flemish national day, 11 July. Teuns took it after a tense Vosges stage which ended on the gruelling Planche des Belles Filles - the climb had been extended with a steep ending for the occasion. Teuns is the first Belgian to win a Tour stage since Thomas De Gendt in 2016, and the first to do it on the Flemish holiday since Eddy Planckaert in 1986.