Monday July 9th, 2012

Stage 9Arc-et-Senans / Besançon

Start 09h45 GMT 2+

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video09.07.2012 in 23:00Summary of the race

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Summary of the race

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Stage summary09.07.2012 in 18:32Wiggins: I knew from the first pedal rev that I was on it

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Bradley Wiggins is getting used to the podium. He's collected three yellow jerseys now but in Besançon he picked up his first stage win in the Tour de France and increased his lead by a significant margin. Afterwards he was clearly chuffed that all his teams plans are coming to fruition.

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Stage summary09.07.2012 in 17:44Sky's time: Wiggins win his first Tour stage

The assumption was that Bradley Wiggins would gain time on his rivals in the battle for overall honours in the 99th Tour de France but there was still a question about who might win the stage. If you doubted the dominance of the Sky team in 2012 then look at the figures from the time trial from Arc-et-Senans to Besançon in stage nine: Wiggins confirmed that his quest for the yellow jersey is a genuine one. He claimed his first stage victory in the Tour, beat his team-mate Chris Froome by...

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video09.07.2012 in 16:00Interview - Stage Winner

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interview09.07.2012 in 18:12Van Garderen: I still believe Cadel is going to be in yellow in Paris...

He was fourth in the time trial of stage nine and regained the lead of the youth classification but Tejay van Garderen still has one thing on his mind: helping his team-mate win the yellow jersey.

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video09.07.2012 in 11:45Analysis of the stage

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Sporting stakes09.07.2012 in 11:00Terrain for attacks

The scene is set and with a domination by Bradley Wiggins in the solitary discipline of the time trial, when the race leader won his first stage of the Tour de France and increased his lead in the general classification. He's followed his plan to perfection. And, despite all this, there are riders who still stand ready to take up the battle on the roads of the Tour de France. Several have been eliminated from the equation but there are still several willing to push Wiggins all the way to...

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video09.07.2012 in 10:30The day's route

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