Dimension Data has released a summary of statistics on the first 11 stages of this year’s race of Tour de France.
According to Dimension Data the highest speed in the first 11 stages was 109.08 km/h by Lars Boom (AST) during stage 3 at the 144 km mark.
With 93.38 km/h Alejando Valverde (MOV) at the 149 km mark stood second followed by 78.48 km/h by André Greipel and, Degenkolb (TGA) in stage 5 at 89 km and Nicolas Roche (SKY) at 78.37 km/h during stage 9 at 16 km.
Additionally, summary mentioned the highest average speed achieved by a stage winner was 55.45km/h while the average speed across all riders for the first 11 stages was 42.46 km/h.
On an average, while picking up musette bags riders slowdown 20 km/h mentioned analysis of riders speed through a Feed Zone.
While, the average speed of the riders during the big spill third stage was 42.03 km/h.
“The complicated analytical information and processing on the beta live tracking site for the first half of the race has run smoothly,” said Jeremy Ord, Dimension Data executive chairman, and executive sponsor to ASO.
In April, Dimension Data launched a new assessment to help organizations assess the maturity of their security architecture.
In March, Dimension Data announced its five-year IT deal with Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O.), promoters of the Tour de France, to improve the viewing experience of cycling fans.