Sunday July 20th, 2014

Stage 15Tallard / Nîmes

Start 12h10 (Local time)

Joaquim Rodriguez: "I'm happy this stage is over"

interview20.07.2014Stage 15- Tallard / Nîmes

King of the Mountains.

"That was definitely not a stage for me: flat, windy, wet, etc. I've finished behind because there has been a crash and I got caught behind. I haven't much to say. I'm happy this stage is over and I'm looking forward to the rest day and the Pyrenees."

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    Alexander Kristoff (Katusha) claimed his second stage win in Nîmes after the peloton caught the two courageous breakaway riders in a thrilling finale. Near the antique Arenas, the Norwegian triumphed like a gladiator as the outcome was cruel for Jack Bauer and Martin Elmiger who escaped from the start of the 222-km long stage and got caught in the last 50 metres!

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