Sunday July 14th, 2013

Stage 15Givors / Mont Ventoux

Start 10h45 GMT 2+

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Stage summary14.07.2013 in 17:23Froome: victory in the Sky

Anyone who doubted the strength of Chris Froome and his Sky team at the 100th Tour de France was reminded that although two men are no longer there as support, the Kenyan-born Brit is The Dominant rider of the 2013 race. With great support from Peter Kennaugh and Richie Porte on the final climb - and a dream lead to the epic encounter on Mont Ventoux in the final 20km of the longest stage of this year's Tour - the leader of the Sky team put on a display of climbing that will be talked about...

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interview14.07.2013 in 17:45Peter Sagan: "I had in mind to also make the top 10..."

The rider in the green jersey was part of the 10 man break that went at 30km. He was caught by the peloton at the foot of the final climb but not before doing a wheelie to «make a nice photo»...

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interview14.07.2013 in 17:43Nairo Quintana: "At the end I lacked strength"

The best young rider after 15 stages will not wear the white jersey in stage 16, instead Nairo Quintana - who is second to Froome in the climbing classification - will wear the polka-dot jersey but the Colombian has hopes for two things by the end of the 100th Tour: victory in the youth classification as well as a place on the podium for GC.

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interview14.07.2013 in 17:25Chris Froome: I didn't expect to win...

The race leader is the stage winner and the King of the Mountains. Chris Froome's dominant performance at the 100th Tour de France continued with an epic ride up into the sky...

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Sporting stakes13.07.2013 in 18:57Mont Ventoux: another legend is about to unfold

The longest stage of Le Tour 2013 promises to be a most compelling competition but it is no ordinary day on the race. This is a battle for bragging rights. Rising to an altitude of 1,912 metres Mont Ventoux inspires writers and riders alike. More has arguably been said about this one climb than any other in the long history of the Tour de France. It is brutal and beautiful. And the winner here becomes part of the legend of the race. To conquer the slopes Giant of Provence – just by...

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