Col de Marie-Blanque
The Col de Marie-Blanque is a col with a length of 8.7 kilometer. This is a category 1 col. It is located in Escot, Aquitaine, France. The average grade of this col is 8.3% with a maximum of 14.2%. The Col de Marie-Blanque ascents from 337 meter at the start, to 1.035 meter at the top, with a total of 697 ascending meters.
|Elevation gain||697 m|
|Average grade||8.3 %|
|Maximum grade||14.2 %|
|Minimum elevation||337 m|
|Maximum elevation||1035 m|
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Since its introduction to the Tour in 1978, it’s been climbed 15 times, and legendary climbers including Pedro Delgado, Luis Herrara and Richard Virenque have been first over the top. It last featured in 2010, when Andy Schleck won the stage, beating Alberto Contador atop the Col du Tourmalet.
- Vuelta a Espana 2016 - Stage 14
- Tour de France 2020 - Stage 9