Sunday July 20th, 2014

Stage 15Tallard / Nîmes

Start 12h10 (Local time)

Peter Sagan: "I don't know why Greipel and Kittel didn't sprint..."

interview20.07.2014Stage 15- Tallard / Nîmes

Points classification leader.

"It was a bit stressful. We expected some wind but we got some rain as well. I'm happy this stage is over. It could have been better. I was behind Kittel and Greipel was just in front of him… and they haven't sprinted! I don't know why. Then it was too late for me to catch the other sprinters. But I take some more points. I also try to avoid crashes and hiccups in order to bring the green jersey to Paris. I'm glad to have a rest but that's for everyone. Maybe we could have no rest day and finish one day earlier in Paris…”

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Who is the most likely to win stage 21 on the Champs-Elysées?

  • Marcel Kittel37.14%
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  • André Greipel7.74%
  • Mark Renshaw2.15%
  • Peter Sagan40.53%
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