Thursday July 24th, 2014

Stage 18Pau / Hautacam

Start 13h15 (Local time)
Overall standing
Corresponds to the total results over all the stages.
Yellow jersey
It rewards the leader of the general classification, calculated by adding together the times achieved on each stage. Also taken into account are any bonifications earned on the intermediate sprints or the finish.
Green jersey
It identifies the leader of the classification on points. The points in question are awarded according to the passing order on the intermediate sprints and at the finish line.
Red polka dot jersey
It identifies the best climber. The points counting towards the mountain classification are awarded on the basis of the passing order at the top of the climbs and passes.
White jersey
It identifies the first young rider up to 25 years old in the overall standings.
Yellow bib
Worn by the leaders of the overall team standings (total of times for the first three riders on each stage).
Red bib
This prize is awarded at the end of each stage by a jury comprising eight specialists in cycling. A “super-combativity” prize is also awarded at the end of the last stage of the Tour.
Stage standing
Results of a given stage

Jersey wearers after the stage 18

yellow jersey
Vincenzo NIBALINo.41

Vincenzo
NIBALI

ITAASTANA PRO TEAM
times80h 45' 45''
green jersey
Peter SAGANNo.51

Peter
SAGAN

SVKCANNONDALE
points408
polka-dot jersey
Rafal MAJKANo.34

Rafal
MAJKA

POLTINKOFF-SAXO
points181
white jersey
Thibaut PINOTNo.127

Thibaut
PINOT

FRAFDJ.FR
times80h 52' 55''
the day's winner
Vincenzo NIBALINo.41

Vincenzo
NIBALI

ITAASTANA PRO TEAM
times04h 04' 17''
team

AG2R LA MONDIALE

FRA
times242h 40' 57''
combative
Mikel NIEVE ITURRALDENo.5

Mikel
NIEVE ITURRALDE

ESPTEAM SKY

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