Monday July 7th, 2014

Stage 3Cambridge / Londres

Start 12h25 (Local time)

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Stage summary07.07.2014

Kittel has a V6!

Second victory for Marcel Kittel who outsprinted Peter Sagan on The Mall in London. It was a brilliant and large victory as he won by the length of a bike like in Harrogate on Saturday. Vincenzo Nibali retained the yellow jersey as the Tour de France has completed his extremely popular trip to England.

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King of the Mountains.

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2010 Tour champion Andy Schleck lost 1:05 at the end of stage 3 in London after he crashed in the finale. But he was philosophical about his misfortune.

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Arnaud Demare was one of the contenders for the third stage of the Tour de France between Cambridge and London but the French champion finally had to settle for 14th place...

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Most agressive rider.

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“I was hoping to win, like every day, but once again, I must admit that Marcel is very strong. He's the strongest of all sprinters. I'm not a pure sprinter. Racing against Kittel, Greipel and those guys is very difficult for me but I followed the right wheel. I pointed Kittel's wheel and I'm glad I stayed there. I'm happy to not have crashed because the rain made the finale dangerous. I find Coquard being very good but is he a competitor for the green jersey? We'll see but it depends...

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Off the bus quotes07.07.2014

Ready for a sprint without Cavendish

Mark Cavendish's early exit from the Tour de France left a huge void in the sprint world...

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The of the town07.07.2014

Beware of the dog

The Tour de France caravan was still enthused on Monday morning by the extraordinary passion for the Tour shown during two days in Yorkshire, but...

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See you at XXX km06.07.2014

At kilometre 130 - Olympic memories

The London finale will recall fine memories to those lucky enough to have felt the Olympic spirit in London two summers ago...

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One of the most impressive outfits ay the start of this Tour de France, Omega Pharma Quick Step now have to reinvent themselves after the unfortunate withdrawal of Mark Cavendish...

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How was the first time ?06.07.2014

Bryan Coquard : «Create new memories »

London remains a great memory for Bryan Coquard, who made a name for himself by winning a silver medal in the omnium in the Olympic Park...

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Sporting stakes06.07.2014

Olympic heritage, royale finale

After hosting the first Grand Départ of the Tour de France in England in 2007 and the Olympic Games in 2012, London is ready for another warm welcome to a bike race with stage 3 of the event that has struck the world with the impressive response from the crowd in Yorkshire. Fabian Cancellara who won the prologue seven years ago is back with the idea of attacking under the flamme rouge as he did on Saturday in Harrogate. As they'll cross the line, hopefully safely in the middle of the bunch,...

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Jersey wearers after the stage 21

Classifications after the stage 21

Sponsorship and Environment

Since its creation, Amaury Sport Organisation has been committed to various charity work. Read more

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

  • Marcel Kittel37.14%
  • Alexander Kristoff12.44%
  • André Greipel7.74%
  • Mark Renshaw2.15%
  • Peter Sagan40.53%
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