The 2012 Tour de France continues on Sunday with Stage 8. Sunday will mark the first time a stage has begun with someone other than Fabian Cancellara wearing the yellow jersey. Bradley Wiggins, an Englishman, overtook the race lead during Stage 7.
The eighth stage, classified as a hilly stage, begins in Belfort, France and ends 157.5 km later in Porrentruy, France. Stage 8 is the shortest stage thus far and will lead into an individual time trial on Monday before the riders will get their first rest day on Tuesday.
Stage 8 begins with Wiggins wearing the yellow jersey and 2011 Tour de France winner Cadel Evans 10 seconds behind Wiggins in second place.
Television coverage of Sunday's eighth stage of the Tour will begin at 8 a.m. EDT on NBC. Fans can also watch the Tour online with a subscription to Tour de France Live.