Sunday morning marks the start of Stage 14 of the 2012 Tour de France. Germany's Andre Greipel took Stage 13, narrowly defeating Peter Sagan. Great Britain's Bradley Wiggins remains in first place overall, 2:05 ahead of fellow Brit Christopher Froome.
Stage 14 is a 191 kilometer course filled with mountainous terrain. It takes riders from Limoux to Foix, France, and promises to challenge even the most experienced of riders.
Vincenzo Nibali of Italy has been mentioned as a potential frontrunner in Stage 14. He currently sits in third place overall, 2:23 behind Wiggins.
Stage 14 will be broadcast on NBC Sports Network beginning at 8 a.m. Eastern Time. It will also be shown on Tour de France Live, available online with a subscription.
For updated standings, visit http://tourdefrance.nbcsports.com/standings.