The Vosges summits and Annemiek van Vleuten have smashed the peloton of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, on Saturday… And they’re headed for more gruelling racing on Sunday, with the final stage leading them to the infamous Super Planche des Belles Filles! The Dutch climber has made the most of her endurance to bring a full-on battle over the first cat-1 ascents of the race. There are two more major summits lying ahead of the riders on the final day of the race: the historic Ballon d’Alsace (8.7km at 6.9%), the first high pass crossed by the Tour, in 1905, and the modern Super Planche des Belles Filles, with its gravel road and slopes reaching 24% to reach the last summit of this exhilarating first edition. Van Vleuten has opened significant gaps in the battle for the Maillot Jaune, with her first chaser, Demi Vollering, now trailing by 3’14’’ in the overall standings, but the final victory is not sealed until you cross the line, as Primoz Roglic experienced on that very same ascent, and many prizes are up for grabs this Sunday. Van Vleuten expects “a crazy fight for the jerseys, the podium, to put me under pressure…” The show will go on!