Quick-Step’s Daniel Martin was the day’s big the loser. We’re only one day into the race, but it’s already looking as if the 2017 Tour de France is Team Sky’s for the taking—again. We may earn commission if you buy from a link. With another flat stage on tap for Stage 6, don’t expect any changes until the Tour hits the mountains this weekend. Thousands have signed an online petition and a prominent women's rights activist are among those to have criticised the "sexist tradition" of podium girls during the ceremonies at the Tour de France. Team Sunweb’s Michael Matthews won the green jersey as the winner of the Tour’s Points Classification, and his teammate, Warren Barguil, won the polka dot jersey as the winner of the Tour’s King of the Mountains Classification. Find out the latest news, stage reports, race scores and expert analysis from the 2017 Tour de France Stage 18. This is the closest a Tour de France has ever been heading into the final week, with four riders within 29 seconds of one another on the Tour’s General Classification. The Tour de France starts on Saturday. Team Sunweb’s Michael Matthews won the stage, his team’s second victory in a row following Warren Barguil’s win on Friday. Team Sky’s Chris Froome survived a flat tire on the day’s big climb to hold onto the yellow jersey as the overall leader of the Tour de France. Tour de France 2017 byl 104. ročníkem nejslavnějšího cyklistického závodu světa – Tour de France.Takzvaný Grand Départ neboli velký start začal časovkou 1. července v Düsseldorfu a skončil 23. července 2017 na Champs-Élysées v Paříži.Do závodu nastoupilo celkem 198 jezdců z 22 týmů. RELATED: The 23 Raddest Bikes from This Year's Tour. Dumoulin, a Dutchman despite his French-sounding last name, is younger, almost as good of a climber, and an even better time trialist than Froome. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io, How One Race Is Making Things Safe for COVID-19, Everything You Missed From UCI E-Sports Worlds, Dirty Kanza Officially Changes Its Name to Unbound, Tao Geoghegan Hart Wins the 2020 Giro dâItalia, Giro Stage 19 Shortened After Riders Protest, Sarah Sturmâs Secret to Speed: Chilling Out. By far the weakest time trialist of the Tour’s overall contenders, the Frenchman lost second-place overall to Uran, but held onto a podium spot—by one second—over Froome’s teammate, Mikel Landa. Quick-Step’s Dan Martin was involved in the crash as well, and while he was able to get back on his bike, he lost 1:15 and fell to 6th-place overall. View full results of Tour de France 2017, won by Chris Froome before Rigoberto Urán (2nd) and Romain Bardet (3rd). He’s certainly capable of defending and extending his lead on Stage 13’s short, mountainous course. The day’s big loser was Astana’s Fabio Aru, who wore the yellow jersey for two days earlier in the Tour. Despite Froome’s small advantage, his team is packed with climbers and is relatively fresh after two easy sprint stages. Astana’s Fabio Aru now wears the yellow jersey as the leader of the 2017 Tour de France. But the Briton finished 25 seconds ahead of Cannondale-Drapac’s Rigoberto Uran and 1:57 ahead of AG2R La Mondiale’s Romain Bardet, the men who entered the day in third- and second-place on the Tour’s General Classification. The 3-time Tour champ finished 24 seconds ahead of the former overall leader, Astana’s Fabio Aru, on Stage 14’s uphill finish in Rodez. The Briton finished in a select group of the Tour’s main contenders on Stage 15, which was won by Trek-Segafredo’s Bauke Mollema. After three stages, Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas is still wearing the yellow jersey as the overall leader of the 2017 Tour de France. Froome finished fourth on Stage 18, the Tour’s final summit finish, and had no problem responding to the attacks from his rivals. Unless it’s later revealed that his crash had a bigger impact than it appears, there’s still little reason to doubt that Team Sky has the inside track to win its fifth Tour de France. Because celebrating all 19 hostesses are…” 15 Likes, 2 Comments - Podium Girl of the Year (@podiumgirloftheyear) on Instagram: “ A History Day for us! At the finish in Romans sur Isère, Team Sunweb’s Michael Matthews out-sprinted Edvald Boasson Hagen and John Degenkolb to take his second stage of this year’s Tour. But the Tour heads back to the mountains this weekend with two tough stages in the Jura. Then there’s Bardet, a Frenchman who has now won mountain stages in three consecutive Tours. Team Sky’s Chris Froome survived the first of two days in the Jura mountains to hold onto the yellow jersey as the leader of the 2017 Tour de France. As an added twist, Quintana might be joined at Movistar by Mikel Landa, who this year finished fourth despite riding in support of Froome at Team Sky. Aru was gapped coming over the top of the Galibier, a gap which grew on the long descent to the stage finish. But Froome held tough in the Alps, and added to his advantage in the Tour’s final individual time trial. Contacted by Reuters, AG2R La Mondiale said: âWe have seen this interview and the answers of Jan Bakelants, who certainly wanted to be humorous, but in the present case it was very bad taste. Bardet remains in third place, but sits only 25 seconds behind the yellow jersey. But Wednesday’s Stage 5 finishes atop the la Planche des Belles Filles, a Category 1 climb that will certainly shake things up. The 2017 Tour de France was the 104th edition of the Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours.The 21-stage race took place across 3,540 km (2,200 mi), commencing with an individual time trial in Düsseldorf, Germany on 1 July, and concluding with the Champs-Élysées stage in Paris on 23 July.A total of 198 riders from 22 teams entered the race. RELATED: Michael Matthews Wins a Windy Stage 16. It is overlaid on a “best pixel” mosaic of France, composed from small parts of cloud-free images acquired between January 1 and July 3, 2017, by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite. But the Tour heads to the Pyrenees on Thursday and Friday, giving Froome’s challengers another chance to try and take the yellow jersey from him. Movistar’s Nairo Quintana also struggled. Porte looked to be riding himself into the top-3 at the time, but misjudged a corner on the technical downhill. Froome should also expect a more serious challenge from Movistar’s Nairo Quintana (a three-time podium finisher at the Tour), who suffered through the worst Tour de France of his career after a second-place finish in May’s Tour of Italy. He now leads Astana’s Fabio Aru by 18 seconds and AG2R La Mondiale’s Romain Bardet (last year’s runner-up) by 51. Stage 9 is even harder with seven categorized climbs including three Hors Categorie or “Beyond Category” summits. That said, Quick-Step’s Marcel Kittel picked up 10 bonus seconds by winning Sunday’s stage in Liège, and now sits just 6 seconds behind Thomas. Froome finished safely in the peloton on Stage 6, which was won by Quick-Step’s Marcel Kittel. Orica-Scott’s Simon Yates won the white jersey as the Tour’s Best Young Rider. Sunday’s Stage 15 is even harder, with a Category 1 climb 40km from the finish in Le Puy en Velay and another technical run-in to the finish line. Team Sunweb’s Warren Barguil, the leader of the Tour’s King of the Mountains competition, won the stage atop the Col d’Izoard, the third-highest summit finish in Tour history. He finished the day over four minutes behind Froome, his chances of a high finish gone. With only Saturday’s individual time trial remaining before the Tour’s traditional promenade into Paris on Sunday, Froome looks set to take the fourth Tour de France victory of his career. The gap between Froome and his closest rivals remains the same: Astana’s Fabio Aru is in second place at 18 seconds, and AG2R La Mondiale’s Romain Bardet is in third at 23 seconds. Thomas stormed the rainy 14km individual time trial 5 seconds faster than pre-race favorite Stefan Küng of BMC, and seven seconds faster than his teammate, Vassil Kiryienka. The stage was won by LottoNL-Jumbo’s Primoz Roglic, a former world-class ski jumper who’s starting to put together quite an impressive resume as a pro cyclist. Thomas, Chris Froome, and the rest of the team are clearly in top form. Barring a crash or a poorly-timed mechanical, Froome should extend his lead in Marseille on Saturday before riding triumphantly into Paris on Sunday. And of course, Froome can’t be ruled-out. Tomorrow’s uphill finish in Longwy doesn’t suit the big German, though, so his chances of earning more bonus seconds and possibly the yellow jersey are slim. Trek-Segafredo’s Alberto Contador was the first favorite to get dropped. Were it not for those two stages, the Tour might have had a different champion. RELATED: Froome Says He's Entering 2017 Tour "Fresher" Than Ever. Bardet and Uran will certainly try their best to dislodge Froome on the steep Col d'Izoard at the end of Stage 18, but with fewer climbs leading up to it, Sky will have less work to do in keeping the race under control. Froome now leads Aru by 18 seconds and AG2R’s Romain Bardet by 23. Froome finished third on Stage 20, six seconds behind the stage winner, Macej Bodnar of Bora-Hansgrohe. The only question that remains is which riders will join him on the podium in Paris. The Team Sky rider finished safely in the peloton at the end of Stage 7, which earned him the same finishing time as the day’s winner, Germany’s Marcel Kittel. The presentation takes place on - yes, a podium - and each jersey is sponsored by different company. Froome is now only the fifth rider in history to win four Tours de France, joining Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault, and Miguel Indurain (who each won five). As if on a seek and destroy mission to rid the sporting world of anything remotely offensive or unjust, radical feminists have taken their latest politically correct swing at the ‘sexist tradition’ of Tour de France podium girls. apologised after grabbing a womanâs bottom on the podium. He still leads the Tour by 12 seconds over his teammate, Geraint Thomas, and by 14 seconds over Astana’s Fabio Aru. Most of Froome’s competition from this year’s Tour should return next year, perhaps even more confident in their chances given how close they came to defeating him this July. The world champion sits only 25-seconds behind Thomas and took the yellow jersey early in last year’s Tour by winning a stage with a similar finish. Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas won Stage 1 of the 2017 Tour de France, on only his fifth day of racing since crashing-out of May’s Giro d’Italia. Stage 11 ended with a fifth sprint victory for Quick-Step’s Marcel Kittel, which means Team Sky’s Chris Froome will wear the 51st yellow jersey of his career as the leader of the 2017 Tour de France. Staturday, 1 July 2017 – At 14 kilometres, stage 1 in the 2017 Tour de France is a flat endeavour along the banks of the river Rhine in the centre of Düsseldorf. And then there's Richie Porte, who crashed out of the race in spectacular fashion on Stage 9. With a time trial on the Tour’s penultimate day, he only needs to stay about 30 seconds away from the lead in order to have a chance at taking back the yellow jersey. PezCycling News got to spend some time with some of the Tour's very visible hostesses, the women who award each jersey, appear at rider sign-in each morning, offer a ceremonial kiss to the jersey winner, and often do caravan duty and meet-and-greets in the finishing city. Another field sprint means another day in the yellow jersey for Chris Froome, who still leads the 2017 Tour de France. Froome’s still the favorite to win the 2017 Tour de France, but he and his team will have to work hard to defend his chances. As a result, he’ll keep the maillot jaune for another day. Froome’s team has been the biggest reason why the three-time Tour champ remains on the verge of a fourth victory, but on Stage 15 they went deep to get Froome back to the front after his flat tire on the lower slopes of the Category 1 Col de Peyra Taillade. Froome is still in the Tour's driver's seat. One more win and Froome joins these legends at the top of the Tour’s record book. The Italian national champion finished second on the Stage 12 summit finish in … Cannondale-Drapac’s Rigoberto Uran won the stage in Chambéry, but the Briton finished third, which means he added four bonus seconds to his advantage. He’s lost two of his strongest teammates in the past three days, and now faces the prospect of defending the yellow jersey without anyone to support him in the mountains. Now 2:03 behind Froome, Martin’s chances of a podium finish in Paris may have disappeared. It’s there that Froome, by far the strongest time trialist of the Tour’s GC contenders, should put the finishing touches on his fourth Tour de France victory. The course is similar to the start of the 2015 Tour de France in Utrecht, when Rohan Dennis powered to victory and the yellow jersey. But on a day in which he displayed no signs of weakness, it might be Froome’s to lose. He had a bad day on Stage 12, but he only lost a handful of time. The Briton leads the Tour by 18 seconds over Italy’s Fabio Aru and 51 seconds over France’s Romain Bardet. Even if it loses Landa this off-season, Froome's team will certainly surround its leader with the best support riders money can buy. Check out the crazy gear customizations from this year's Tour: As expected, Team Sky’s Chris Froome put more time into his closest rivals during Saturday’s individual time trial in Marseille, extending his lead in the 2017 Tour de France. Tour de France 2017 ... At the 2013 Tour of Flanders, the now world champion Peter Sagan apologised after grabbing a woman’s bottom on the podium. Despite being completely isolated throughout much of Stage 13, the Italian national champion held onto his six-second advantage over Team Sky’s Chris Froome, winner of three of the past four Tours de France. Cannondale-Drapac’s Rigoberto Uran was able to follow Bardet’s attacks as well, and is now tied with Bardet in second overall, 27 seconds behind Froome. LottoNL-Jumbo’s Dylan Groenewegen won the Tour’s final stage on the Champs-Élysées. The 2017 Tour de France exits the high mountains on Friday, which means the best chance for Froome’s rivals to close the gap to the yellow jersey has passed. Froome is still in the driver’s seat, but his team used a lot of energy to keep its captain safe during a difficult Stage 8. With four riders in the top-10, Team Sky clearly sent a message to those who doubted the team’s collective strength—especially BMC’s Richie Porte. He might actually be the Tour’s most dangerous rider as he’s confident attacking on both the climbs and the descents. Astana’s Fabio Aru now wears the yellow jersey as the leader of the 2017 Tour de France. Knowing that the finish of Stage 14 was a tricky one, Team Sky moved Froome to the front in the closing kilometers, sensing an opportunity to gain back some time on the twisty roads leading to the uphill finish. 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Play as the greatest riders on the gorgeous roads of La Grande Boucle: attack, give orders to your teammates, choose the best trajectory, manage your stamina and make the right decisions to lead your team all the way to the top! Golden retrievers Golden retriever freaks everyone out by playing dead in the middle of a bath Footage of a golden retriever sleeping in a bathtub and ignoring being poked has gone viral on social media after worried viewers couldn't decide if he was dead or just very relaxed Porte looked to be capable of challenging Froome all the way to Paris this year, and he'll certainly return to next year's race eager to avenge the demons that sent him home early in 2017. He fell from second to fourth, and needs an incredible performance on Thursday to maintain any chance of winning the 2017 Tour de France. It was the Frenchman's second stage victory of the Tour de France. The day’s other big winner was Bardet. Bicycling participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. The Briton finished safely in the peloton at the end of Stage 11 to earn the same finishing time as Kittel, who easily blew away the competition to win the stage in Pau. The Tour de France organisers will contact Jan Bakelantsâ AG2R La Mondiale team to ask him to apologise after the Belgian rider was reported to have made derogatory comments about the raceâs âpodium girlsâ in an interview with the Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws. After a third-place finish on Stage 17, Team Sky’s Chris Froome still wears the yellow jersey as the overall leader of the 2017 Tour de France. The Team Sky rider finished safely in the peloton at the end of Stage 10, which earned him the same finishing time as the day’s winner, Germany’s Marcel Kittel (who took his fourth stage win of the race on Tuesday). This image shows the route for the 104th Tour de France. Friday’s Stage 19 is the longest of the Tour, but Froome’s team has enough firepower to keep his lead safe heading into Saturday’s individual time trial in Marseille. A STAR Belgian cyclist has caused outrage at the Tour de France for an indecent joke around the sport’s “podium chicks”. On the other hand, Froome’s team is by far the strongest in the Tour, led first and foremost by Mikel Landa, who rode himself into the Tour’s top five on Stage 13. With only three days left in the 2017 Tour de France, Team Sky’s Chris Froome wears the yellow jersey as the Tour’s overall leader. A breakaway finally succeeded, with 24-year-old Frenchman Lilian Calmejane taking the win for Direct Energie, but Froome finished safely in the bunch 50 seconds behind him. Froome leads the Tour by 12 seconds over his teammate, Geraint Thomas, and by 14 seconds over Astana’s Fabio Aru, the Italian national champion who won the Tour’s first summit finish on Stage 5. Team Sky’s Chris Froome is still wearing the yellow jersey as the leader of the 2017 Tour de France. He finished 51 seconds the leaders, and fell to seventh overall. The three-time podium finisher conceded 1:15 to Froome by the finish, and now sits in 8th-place overall, more than two minutes behind the yellow jersey. Podium Girl of the Year on Instagram: “ A History Day for us! Despite failing to win a stage during the three week event, Froome did everything he needed to do to win his fourth Tour de France. Aru may be wearing his first yellow jersey, but he’s an experienced grand tour contender who won the 2015 Tour of Spain and twice finished on the podium at the Giro d’Italia. Richie Porte has confirmed his grand tour potential with a podium finish in the 2020 Tour de France. AG2R La Mondiale’s Romain Bardet finished third on the day and took a four-second time bonus, so the Frenchman is now in second-place overall, 23 seconds behind the yellow jersey. With about 18km to go things really blew apart, and a small group emerged filled with the Tour’s toughest men. Asked what he would take with him for his free moments during the Tour, the former wearer of the yellow jersey in the event allegedly said: âA packet of condoms, for sure. AP June 30, 2017 12:55pm Chris Froome on le Tour podium. Team Sunweb’s Warren Barguil took the Bastille Day stage victory, a dream come true for the Frenchman. The Tour de France podium had seemed like it was beyond the 35-year-old after previous Julys in France found the Tasmanian dogged by poor luck, crashes and … The Tour’s second Rest Day couldn’t come at a better time, as they’ll need all the rest they can get following four hard days of racing in the Pyrenees and Massif Central. Winning a record-tying fifth Tour de France won’t be easy. Stage 4 is expected to end in a field sprint, meaning we shouldn’t see many changes in the overall standings Tuesday. In the end, the Tour’s two individual time trials were all Froome really needed: he put enough time into the rest of the field during Stage 1 in Düsseldorf and Stage 20 in Marseille to win the Tour. How Do Your Stats Compare to a Tour de France Pro? Germany’s Tony Martin, the reigning world time trial champion, finished fifth. Froome’s closest challengers were happy to let the Team Sky keep the race, but with such a mountainous stage on tap for Sunday, they won’t be content to just ride the Briton’s wheel. RELATED: What it Would Take to Beat Froome. Cannondale-Drapac’s Rigoberto Uran finished fifth, two seconds behind Froome, and now sits third overall, 29 seconds off the yellow jersey. Team Sky’s Chris Froome moved up the Tour’s General Classification, thanks to his ninth-place finish today. Froome was joined on the Tour’s final podium by second-place finisher Rigoberto Uran (Cannondale-Drapac) and third-place finisher Romain Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale). With no changes to the top of the Tour's General Classification, Froome still leads the Tour by 12 seconds over his teammate, Geraint Thomas, and 14 seconds over Astana’s Fabio Aru. Froome heads into the Tour’s first Rest Day with a narrow margin, but he’s still in control of the Tour as several of his key rivals came up short on Stage 9. Froome’s still the favorite to win the Tour overall, but he and his team will have their hands full Saturday and Sunday. No more wrangling schedules to … RELATED: Edvald Boasson Hagen Wins Stage 19 as Froome Marches One Day Closer to Yellow. PezCycling News | Tour de PEZ: Meet The Podium Girls! Thomas has been one of Chris Froome’s most important teammates during Froome’s three Tour victories. . Barring a crash, sickness, or a mechanical, Froome has effectively won the race. Cyclingnews.com: The world centre of cycling. September 13, 2020 Andrew Hood A better bet to win the stage and possibly take over the lead in the Tour’s General Classification is Bora-Hansgrohe’s Peter Sagan. But Froome’s toughest future challenger didn’t even compete in this year’s Tour. The Norwegian escaped from the remnants of the day’s big breakaway to take the second stage of his career. Cycling needs to lose its 'podium girls' | Suze Clemitson. (Show off your love of the maillot jaune and all things Tour with our ultra-soft yellow jersey tee! In fact, the Tour’s two individual time trials were all Froome really needed: his winning margin came entirely thanks to time gained during Stage 1’s time trial in Düsseldorf and Stage 20’s in Marseille. — Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 19, 2017 On the Croix de Fer, Nairo Quintana and Alberto Contador dashed away from the peloton, but Contador ended up … The Italian national champion finished second on the Stage 12 summit finish in Peyragudes, which was won by AG2R La Mondiale’s Romain Bardet. With two days left, Froome leads the Tour by 23 seconds over AG2R La Mondiale’s Romain Bardet and 29 seconds over Cannondale-Drapac’s Rigoberto Uran. RELATED: In Stage 18, the KoM Was Finally About the Best Climber. With the Pyrenees behind them and two cards to play during the Tour’s final week, Sky looks well-positioned to win their fifth Tour de France. Astana’s Fabio Aru still wears the yellow jersey as the leader of the 2017 Tour de France. RELATED: Uran Wins Crash-Filled Stage 9, Froome Keeps Yellow. Froome was able to withstand a series of attacks from AG2R La Mondiale’s Romain Bardet on the Col du Galibier, the highest mountain in the 2017 Tour, and picked up four bonus seconds, thanks to his third place finish. As the race heads into the Alps, the top-4 riders on the Tour’s General Classification are exactly where they were at the start of Stage 16 with Froome, Fabio Aru, Romain Bardet, and Rigoberto Uran separated by only 29 seconds. As expected, the day’s final climb of the Mont du Chat did all of the damage. Today, his dedication was rewarded with a stage win and the Tour’s first yellow jersey. How we test gear. And Team Sky will need to: with a refreshed Quintana, a healthy Porte, and a confident Dumoulin joining this year's strong challengers, Froome will have his hands full. The German city of Dusseldorf will host the Grand Départ of the Tour de France in 2017, according to … This was by far the most challenging of Froome’s four victories. Froome still leads the Tour by 18 seconds over Italy’s Fabio Aru and 51 seconds over France’s Romain Bardet. Tour de France prizes, winners and total prize pools, by year From 1930 to 1961 plus 1967 … PODIUM SIGNATURE - ETAPE 18 / STAGE 18 Live, follow the podium signature in Trie-sur-Baïse and support your favourite riders. Won by Marcel Kittel before Arnaud Démare (2nd) and André Greipel (3rd). Team Sky’s Chris Froome survived a dramatic day in the Jura mountains to hold onto his yellow jersey as the overall leader of the 2017 Tour de France. The Irishman started the stage in fifth overall, 1:12 behind Froome, but failed to make the leading group when crosswinds split the race. RELATED: Chris Froome Wins His 50th Yellow Jersey. RELATED: How Aru Swept the Yellow Jersey Away from Froome in Stage 12. A field sprint is expected again on Stage 11, so Froome’s lead is probably safe for another day. Jan Bakelants of the AG2R-La Mondiale team on the Tour de Suisse this month. RELATED: How Geraint Thomas Stormed to an Early Tour Lead. Quick-Step’s Philippe Gilbert is only 1 second behind Sagan and could pull it off as well. Team Sky’s Chris Froome is back in the yellow jersey as the overall leader of the 2017 Tour de France. Were it not for those two stages, he might not have won the Tour. At the 2013 Tour of Flanders, the now world champion Peter Sagan apologised after grabbing a womanâs bottom on the podium. We apologise to the organisers and to those who may have been offended by this remark.â. Team Sky’s Chris Froome entered the day wearing the yellow jersey, but faltered on the steep climb to the finish line. Team Sunweb’s Tom Dumoulin, who’s only 26, skipped the Tour after beating Quintana to win the Tour of Italy. Cyclingnews.com: The world centre of cycling. The Tour de France has packed up for another year, and with it, all we cycling fans associate with the month of July. Richie Porte has not been the luckiest man on the Tour de France, ... Australian Richie Porte set for Tour de France podium place. In the end, Bardet slipped to third, losing second place to Uran, and clung onto a podium spot by the tightest of margins - finishing one second ahead of the unfortunate Landa. So with two weeks left to race, the 2017 Tour de France is far from over. It was one of the most stressful days of the Tour as strong winds made the race hard right from the start. 104th Tour de France 2017 / Stage 11 Start / Podium / Christopher FROOME Yellow Leader Jersey/ Eymet - Pau / TDF/ Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images But the Tour heads to the Pyrenees on Thursday and Friday, with two hard stages that will give Froome’s rivals another chance to try and steal the yellow jersey. The 2017 La Course by Le Tour de France with FDJ was the fourth edition of La Course by Le Tour de France, a women's cycle race held in France.The race was held before stage 18 of the 2017 Tour de France, between Briançon and the Col d'Izoard, on 20 July, and was followed by a pursuit race before stage 20 of the Tour de France.It was organised by the ASO. The day’s most unfortunate victim was BMC’s Richie Porte, who crashed dramatically on the descent of the Mont du Chat, ending his Tour de France. The French began to see a glimmer of hope that a home Tour de France winner might be a realistic possibility in the near future, with Romain Bardet taking his second podium … Stage 10 ended with a field sprint, which means another day in the yellow jersey for Chris Froome, the current leader of the 2017 Tour de France. His lead is small, but he’s a much better time trialist than the men closest to him on the Tour’s GC. In 2017, the Vuelta replaced the podium girls a selection of men and women to assist with podium duties Aru still leads the Tour, but his team has been decimated. RELATED: Chris Froome Delivers on Stage 20 Time Trial. Gear-obsessed editors choose every product we review. If Aru loses more time, his chances of defeating Froome could disappear.
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