The speculations around an expected duel between Chris Froome and Alberto Contador have completely vanished. Five days after the defending champion, the Spaniard has been forced out of the race after crashing badly before the real fight between the favorites begun. Following the sad exit of the leader of Tinkoff-Saxo, the super favorite of the Tour de France became Vincenzo Nibali who caught the last attacker Joaquim Rodriguez with 1.2km to and took the yellow jersey back after the beautiful...read more
Leader of the points classification.read more
Best young rider.read more
Second in the queen stage of the Vosges in La Planche des Belles Filles, 6th overall, Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) can have high ambitions from now on.read more
King of the Mountains.read more
Stage 10 winner and race leader.read more
News from the sick bay…14.07.2014
The Tour de France medical service confirmed that Alberto Contador suffered a shinbone fracture after his crash 95 km from the finish of stage 10 between Mulhouse and La Planche des Belles Filles.read more
Involved in the day's break, France's Thomas Voeckler was unable to collect the points he needed to challenge Joaquim Rodriguez for the KOM classification.read more
Dropped in the finale of stage 10 at La Planche des Belles Filles, Tony Gallopin still managed to remain 5th overall, 3:12 behind Vincenzo Nibali.read more
Off the bus quotes14.07.2014
Team Sky know La Planche des Belles Filles perfectly, having won there with Crhis Froome in 2012 on a day when Bradley Wiggins also took the yellow jersey.read more
The of the town14.07.2014
To hold the yellow jersey on Bastille Day is always a special moment for a French rider. And Tony Gallopin is about to feel the thrills of a lifetime on a bike in the stage to La Planche des Belles Filles.read more
Two years ago, cycling fans discovered the Planche des belles filles. Chris Froome signed his first victory at the Tour de France in the ski resort of the Haute-Saône that has become a popular destination for both cyclists and skiers as 270 metres of a piece of land neighboring a ski slope had been asphalted to host the stage finish. A sign board remembers: alt. 1035m, Tour de France 2012, vainqueur Christopher Froome, Chrono 16'11''. A couple of hours after the event, Tour director...read more
How was the first time ?13.07.2014
AG2R's Matteo Montaguti might be new to the Tour de France but the Italian is not really impressed.read more
It has become a trademark of the Bretagne-Seche team, invited to the Tour for the first time this year, to always have a rider in the breaks.read more
Jersey wearers after the stage 21
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