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Netflix releases trailer for “Tour de France” documentary

Each episode will show about the dynamics of the teams

The series has eight episodes, lasting 45 minutes and will be made available to 190 countries. (Photo: Instagram)

This Tuesday (28), through the official social networks of the platform, Netflix released the trailer for the next cycling documentary series of the “Tour de France”. In the excerpt, there are some moments of celebration of athletes’ victories, matches’ losses, videos of fans in the stands and combinations of images used on television channels. The display was officially broadcast during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

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The title of the work underwent a modification, instead of being “Tour de France: Unchained”, it will now be “Tour de France: Au cœur du peloton” which means “in the heart of the peloton” referring to the passion for professional sport. The series has eight episodes, lasting 45 minutes and will be made available to 190 countries.

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“This project is part of our overall ambition to make our sport more accessible and cater to an even wider audience. Through a narrative approach, which adds to the competition itself, the public will be able to discover how the Tour de France represents the ultimate challenge for competitors, above all in terms of suffering, overcoming their limits and team spirit”, said Yann Le Moënner, managing director of the ASO.

Each episode will focus on eight teams: AG2R Citroën, Alpecin-Fenix, Bora-Hansgrohe, EF Education-EasyPost, Groupama-FDJ, Ineos Grenadiers, Jumbo-Visma and QuickStep – AlphaVinyl.

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