Thursday July 10th, 2014

Stage 6Arras / Reims

Start 13h00 (Local time)

Luis Maté: "Great to at the front of the world's biggest race"

interview10.07.2014Stage 6- Arras / Reims

Most agressive rider.

"It was a nice day. It's something great to be at the front of the world's biggest race. Of course, I tried my luck for winning and I thought it was feasible because the sprinters were likely to be tired after what we experienced yesterday. However, it's in my spirit to attack so I'll keep trying.”

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    Germany's André Greipel claimed stage 6 in Reims - the town where the kings of France were crowned - as his compatriot Marcel Kittel was left down by a mechanical in the last two kilometers. Vincenzo Nibali retained the lead on another rained soaked day with echelons on the roads chosen to remember World War I in the presence of the French president François Hollande.

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