Stage 14 of the 2012 Tour de France is set to begin on Sunday morning. Germany's Andre Greipel took Stage 13, narrowly defeating Peter Sagan. Great Britain's Bradley Wiggins remains in first place overall.
Stage 14 is a 191 kilometer course known to have a fairly mountainous terrain. It will take riders from Limoux to Foix, France, with a brief stretch at the conclusion of the race with a flatter, more traditional setup.
Queens, New York native George Hincapie currently sits at 41st place through 13 stages. He finished in 57th place on Saturday, and his best finish came on day one, when he finished 22nd. Hincapie is 1:04:55 behind the leader.
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.