Tuesday July 12th, 2016

Stage 10Escaldes-Engordany / Revel

Start 12h35 (Local time)

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Summary - Stage 10 (Escaldes-Engordany / Revel) - Tour de France 2016

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First Australian win at the Tour de France this year with Michael Matthews outsprinting Peter Sagan in Revel for a revenge of the last world championship. It was a royal breakaway with former yellow jersey holder Greg Van Avermaet and 2014 Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali. Chris Froome retained the lead in the overall ranking.

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"It was a pretty strange start. Obviously for us, there was a lot of work to do. We were happy with the breakaways that were going but at some stage, Valverde attacked so we had to neutralize that. We were not able to see much in the downhill of Envalira due to the fog. It was a bit like at the Giro a few years ago when Quintana slipped up the front so I was keeping an eye on him to make sure he wouldn't do the same again. Then it was a good day to keep off. I could ride with not much to...

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“It's unbelievable. I was just sinking in. I was close to giving in at this race after I had two bad crashes two and one years ago. This time around, I've crashed three times already. I thought maybe this race is not for me but my wife came during the rest day. We had a good talk. She kept me motivated and today my dream comes true. It was never the plan to go for a breakaway today. We wanted a bunch sprint finish but we're such a strong group of guys. Durbridge and Impey gave me...

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Samuel Dumoulin (Ag2R, 5th in the stage): "It's not a disappointment when you look at the quality of the field and the riders with whom I was –– the worlds runner-up Matthews, the world champion Sagan, Boasson-Hagen, Van Avermaet and I was there with them. It was a very fast end to the stage, very hard with riders like Nibali and Rui Costa. I was there in the finale, I sensed Sagan split attempt. And then the guys were real strong. I gave it all I had but I couldn't do any better. I was...

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“The first climb was pretty full gas as always. It's always difficult to start a stage uphill. But we have a great team. Four of guys were at the front of the race at Port d'Envalira. We couldn't get the success we wanted in the first week but now we have it with Michael Matthews. He's pretty quick. When he has an opportunity to win, he usually makes the best of it. He's won everywhere. He was won a lot of bike races. He just hadn't won at the Tour de France yet. Today we knew if we'd get...

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“It's always possible to win but they let me close all the gaps. Matthews had the best position before the sprint while I had lost a lot of energy before the sprint. It didn't go very well at the end but it could have been worse as well.”

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“I got a bit of a cold. We have to make a medical check tonight. In the climb to Port d'Envalira, I tried a few times. We marked each other quite a lot. The only time I didn't go with the move, it was the decisive one to get the points at the top but it was more important for me to mark Majka. Our next appointment is at the Mont Ventoux.”

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Sporting stakes11.07.2016

Yellow jersey up for grabs?

The Tour de France leaves Andorra after the first rest day. The next major appointment for the GC contenders is on Thursday at the Mont Ventoux. A traditional tactic by great cycling champions consists of letting the yellow jersey go for a day or two to please the crowds and make a few friends in the peloton. The last one to do so was Vincenzo Nibali who made a gift to Tony Gallopin and his French fans two years ago. Chris Froome might be well inspired to do so as well, as Paris is still a...

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Official Teaser - Tour de France 2016

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Presentation - Stage 10 by Cedric COUTOULY (ASO) - Tour de France 2016

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Newsflashes (Local time)

17:07Top 5

1. Michael Matthews

2. Peter Sagan

3. Edvald Boasson Hagen

4. Greg Van Avermaet

5. Sam Dumoulin

17:03Matthews wins stage 10

First stage win at the Tour de France for Michael Matthews

17:02Last km

One km to go!

17:012km to go

Six riders still together with 2km to go, a few top sprinters up there!!!

16:59Impey attacks

3km to go, Impey attacks, Sagan brings him back.

16:58Boasson Hagen attacks

Boasson Hagen attacks but Sagan brings him back. 4km to go, six escapees together with a head wind to finish.

16:575km to go

Six leaders with 5km to go: Sagan, Dumoulin, Van Avermaet, Boasson Hagen, Matthews and Impey.

16:56Sagan first at St-Ferréol

Result at St-Ferréol:

1. Peter Sagan

2. Michael Matthews

16:54Orica on the move

Luke Durbridge has finished his work, Daryl Impey attacks but Peter Sagan responds. 7km to go.

16:53Sagan the most aggressive

Peter Sagan has been designated the most aggressive rider today.

16:52In the climb

The escapees are in the climb of St-Ferréol helped by a tail wind.

16:50Sagan and Matthews, so close...

Michael Matthews and Peter Sagan, 2nd and 1st at the last world championship, have a few things in common: they were born in 1990, they live in Monaco, they married a Slovakian girl called Katarina last year…

16:48Boasson Hagen, a five-year drought

Breakaway rider and Norwegian national champion Edvald Boasson Hagen hasn't won a stage at the Tour de France since stage 17 to Pinerolo in 2011. He hasn't made the top 3 since stage 5 to Marseille in 2013.

16:461.30 and 6.30

With 14km to go, Sagan, Dumoulin, Van Avermaet, Boasson Hagen, Matthews, Durbridge and Impey are 1.30 ahead of their former breakaway companions and 6.30 ahead of the peloton. Gallopin and Caruso attack from the chasing group.

16:4020km to go

Sagan, Dumoulin, Van Avermaet, Boasson Hagen, Matthews, Durbridge and Impey have almost one minute lead over their former breakaway companions. The peloton has slowed down. They're five minutes behind.

16:3640 seconds

Sagan, Dumoulin, Van Avermaet, Boasson Hagen, Impey, Durbridge and Matthews are 40 seconds ahead of their former breakaway companions.

The peloton is also split into two pieces.

16:34Splits at the front

The front group is split in three pieces:

Sagan, Dumoulin, Van Avermaet, Boasson Hagen and the three riders from Orica, Durbridge, Impey and Matthews at the front.

Nibali and Landa are in between.

Caruso, Gallopin, Chavanel, Izagirre, Cummings and Rui Costa are off the back.

16:31Less than four minutes

The time gap is down to 3.55 at the exit of Castelnaudary. Peter Sagan speeds up in the front group. Gallopin, Chavanel and Rui Costa are off the back.

16:27The peloton speeds up

Thomas Voeckler and Romain Sicard ride very hard at the head of the peloton with IAM Cycling still motivated to bring the breakaway back as well. Time dap: 4.15 with 28km to go.

16:224.40 at Castelnaudary

Mikel Landa (Sky), Gorka Izagirre (Movistar), Vincenzo Nibali (Astana), Peter Sagan (Tinkoff), Samuel Dumoulin (AG2R-La Mondiale), Damiano Caruso and Greg Van Avermaet (BMC), Edvald Boasson Hagen and Stephen Cummings (Dimension Data), Tony Gallopin (Lotto-Soudal), Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida), Sylvain Chavanel (Direct Energie), Luke Durbridge, Daryl Impey and Michael Matthews (Orica-BikeExchange) still have 4.40 lead as they ride through Castelnaudary, the world's capital of the cassoulet where...

16:11Time gap on the down

The wind is blowing more and more and the time gap goes down: 4.40 with 40km to go.

16:03No good cooperation at the front

With 47km to go, the breakaway riders aren't cooperating well anymore. The time gap goes down: under five minutes now.

15:59French drought

After nine stages, hosting nation France is yet to win a stage as Bryan Coquard missed out by very little against Marcel Kittel in Limoges (stage 4). Three Frenchmen are the 15-man breakaway: Samuel Dumoulin, Sylvain Chavanel and Tony Gallopin, all former stage winners at the Tour de France.

15:53Direct Energie to help IAM Cycling

Since IAM Cycling doesn't bring the deficit down, Direct Energie moves to the front of the peloton. They have Sylvain Chavanel in the leading group but possibly higher ambitions with Bryan Coquard in case of a return of the main pack.

15:48Stef Clement at the head of the peloton

It's still IAM Cycling at the head of the peloton, with Stef Clement on the front line. Breakaway 6.08 ahead with 57km to go.

15:37Peter Sagan virtually back in the green jersey

Peter Sagan virtually leads the points classification with 217 points now, ahead of Mark Cavendish, 204, Marcel Kittel, 182, Bryan Coquard, 112, Michael Matthews, 94, and Greg Van Avermaet, 93.

15:33Peter Sagan wins the intermediate sprint

Results of the intermediate sprint at Aigues-Vives (km 122.5)

1. Peter Sagan, 20 pts

2. Michael Matthews, 17 pts

3. Damiano Caruso, 15 pts

4. Edvald Boasson Hagen, 13 pts

5. Tony Gallopin, 11 pts

6. Stephen Cummings, 10 pts

7. Luke Durbridge, 9 pts

8. Daryl Impey, 8 pts

9. Samuel Dumoulin, 7 pts

10. Rui Costa, 6 pts

11. Jon Izagirre, 5 pts

12. Vincenzo Nibali, 4 pts

13. Greg Van Avermaet, 3...

15:29Revel, a regular stage finish...

Sylvain Chavanel knows the finale through the côte de Saint-Ferréol very well because Revel has been a regular stage finish of the Tour de France in recent years with victories by Erik Dekker (2000), Paolo Savoldelli (2005) and Alexandre Vinokourov (2010). Today it's the tenth stage finish of the Tour de France at Revel in fifty years. Rudi Altig who died last month was the first winner in 1966. Eddy Merckx won a time trial in Revel in 1969…

15:18Sylvain Chavanel: "I know the finale very well"

Breakaway rider Sylvain Chavanel (Direct Energie) spoke to letour.com this morning: “It's a stage suitable for puncheurs. I know the finale very well. The hill is short but it can be enough to make a difference.” 

15:15Seven minutes

The deficit of the peloton led by IAM Cycling is 7 minutes with 85km to go, still under the rain.

15:13IAM Cycling at the head of the peloton

It's now IAM Cycling to help Team Sky setting the pace of the peloton. They don't have anyone in the breakaway. The other teams who aren't represented at the front are: LottoNL-Jumbo,Trek-Segafredo, Cannondale-Drapac, Giant-Alpecin, FDJ, Katusha, Etixx-Quick Step, Cofidis and Fortuneo-Vital Concept.

15:10A prestigious breakaway group

Nine riders out of the fifteen escapees have already won at least one stage at the Tour de France for a total of 24 stage victories: Dumoulin, Van Avermaet, Boasson Hagen, Cummings, Gallopin, Chavanel, Nibali, Sagan and Rui Costa. Six of them have already had the yellow jersey: Van Avermaet, Gallopin, Chavanel, Impey, Nibali and Sagan.

15:02Katusha gives up!

Right after saying on TV that they'll try to bring the breakaway back, Katusha stops pulling! So it's Team Sky again at the head of the peloton, now seven minutes behind the 15 escapees.

15:00José Azevedo: "Alone, it'll be difficult to bring it back"

Katusha's directeur sportif José Azevedo told Francetelevisions: "There's a group at the front and we want to bring it back, that's why we're riding at the head of the peloton. Alone, it's going to be difficult. Maybe with some help we'll make it but I'm not sure if someone wants to help us. We can never say that we're going to win but we have to try. After the rest day, our sprinter Alexander Kristoff feels good."

14:53100km to go

Mikel Landa (Sky), Gorka Izagirre (Movistar), Vincenzo Nibali (Astana), Peter Sagan (Tinkoff), Samuel Dumoulin (AG2R-La Mondiale), Damiano Caruso (BMC), Edvald Boasson Hagen and Stephen Cummings (Dimension Data), Tony Gallopin (Lotto-Soudal), Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida), Luke Durbridge, Daryl Impey and Michael Matthews (Orica-BikeExchange) still have an advantage of 6.06 over the peloton led by Katusha 100km before the finishing line in Revel.

14:51Tom Dumoulin:"There might be another chance"

Stage 9 winner Tom Dumoulin (Giant-Alpecin) told letour.com this morning: "The rest day was welcome and it was a happy one. For me the Tour is not over. I still have great ambitions for the two TT's and especially the long one. And then there might be another chance to take."

14:4455km in the second hour

55km have been covered in the second hour of racing that included the descent of the Port d'Envalira. Average speed so far: 43.6km/h.

14:43Time for raincoats

Riders are taking raincoats in the convoy as it rains on the road of the Tour now. Peloton at 6.15 at Tarascon-sur-Ariège, km 84.5.

14:40Caruso the highest ranked

Damiano Caruso (BMC) is the highest ranked of the breakaway riders, 25th at 12.13. Mikel Landa (Sky) is at 33.53, Vincenzo Nibali at 34.14.

14:40Katusha back at the helm

After they stopped pulling, the Katusha riders are again setting the pace of the peloton. Deficit: six minutes.

14:34Sprinters back in the pack

French champion Arthur Vichot and many sprinters including Mark Cavendish, André Greipel, Marcel Kittel and Dylan Groenewegen, are back in the pack after the yellow jersey group slowed down. The full peloton is more than five minutes behind the 15 escapees.

14:25Katusha takes the command of the peloton

Team Sky doesn't want to chase the breakaway but Katusha does. The Russian outfit sets the pace of the peloton, three minutes behind the 15 escapees. There's a group with green jersey holder Mark Cavendish six minutes behind.

14:22Sagan and Dumoulin reined in

At km 73, as there is a head wind, Sagan and Dumoulin have decided to wait for the chasers. 15 riders in the lead: Mikel Landa (Sky), Gorka Izagirre (Movistar), Vincenzo Nibali (Astana), Peter Sagan (Tinkoff), Samuel Dumoulin (AG2R-La Mondiale), Damiano Caruso and Greg Van Avermaet (BMC), Edvald Boasson Hagen and Stephen Cummings (Dimension Data), Tony Gallopin (Lotto-Soudal), Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida), Sylvain Chavanel (Direct Energie), Luke Durbridge, Daryl Impey and Michael Matthews...

14:19Peloton at 2 minutes

The breakaway has now the freedom to go. Peloton at two minutes.

14:17The peloton slows down

The peloton stops chasing. Chris Froome and Alejandro Valverde are laughing. It might helped riders like Pierre Rolland and Wilco Kelderman to come back.

14:16Peloton at one minute

After 70km of racing, Sagan and Sam Dumoulin forge on. The yellow jersey peloton is one minute behind with 13 riders in between since Chavanel and Van Avermaet have made it across to the chasing group.

14:13Chavanel and Van Avermaet in between

Sylvain Chavanel (Direct Energie) and former yellow jersey Greg Van Avermaet (BMC) try to bridge the gap to the group behind Sagan and S. Dumoulin.

14:12Sagan and Sam Dumoulin in the lead

Peter Sagan and Sam Dumoulin go clear in the lead. They're 15 seconds ahead of their former breakaway companions.

14:1013 riders in the lead

Mikel Landa (Sky), Gorka Izagirre (Movistar), Vincenzo Nibali (Astana), Peter Sagan (Tinkoff), Samuel Dumoulin (AG2R-La Mondiale), Damiano Caruso (BMC), Edvald Boasson Hagen and Stephen Cummings (Dimension Data), Tony Gallopin (Lotto-Soudal), Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida), Luke Durbridge, Daryl Impey and Michael Matthews (Orica-BikeExchange)

14:08Four chasers

Boasson Hagen, Gallopin, Durbridge and Impey are 10 seconds behind the nine escapees. Peloton 30 seconds behind.

14:05Gallopin and Durbridge in the chase

Two riders have gone clear in the downhill: Luke Durbridge (Orica) and Tony Gallopin (Lotto-Soudal). They're 18 seconds behind the nine leaders. At 24 seconds: Oliveira (Movistar), Boasson Hagen (DiData), Impey (Orica). Peloton at 28 seconds.

14:01Time gap on the up

It's up to 27 seconds now. Main peloton at km 54.

13:5820 seconds at km 50

Mikel Landa (Sky), Gorka Izagirre (Movistar), Vincenzo Nibali (Astana), Peter Sagan (Tinkoff), Samuel Dumoulin (AG2R-La Mondiale), Damiano Caruso (BMC), Stephen Cummings (Dimension Data), Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida) and Michael Matthews (Orica-BikeExchange) are 20 seconds in the lead at km 50.

13:5514 seconds

The yellow jersey group isn't far behind the nine breakaway riders: 14 seconds.

13:54Nine riders in the lead

Nine leaders now: Sagan, Matthews, Nibali, Rui Costa, Cummings, Landa, G. Izagirre, Sam Dumoulin, Caruso.

13:53Cummings joins the leaders

Stephen Cummings joins Sagan, Nibali, Rui and Matthews at km 44.

13:51Langeveld calls it a race

Sebastian Langeveld (Cannondale-Drapac) is the sixth rider to abandon the Tour de France.

13:50Five chasers

Five chasers at L'Hospitalet, km 41: Landa (Sky), Gorka Izagirre (Movistar), Dumoulin (AG2R), Caruso (BMC), Cummings (DiData). They're 17 seconds down on the leading quartet.

13:46Still 25 seconds

The time gap between the leading quartet (Sagan, Nibali, Matthews, Rui Costa) and the first peloton is 25 seconds in the downhill.

13:43Froome at 25 seconds

The yellow jersey group is timed 25 seconds behind the leading quartet.

13:41Matthews also in the lead

Michael Matthews rejoined Sagan, Rui Costa and Nibali in the lead. Peloton at 50 seconds.

13:39Pinot still in the lead of the KOM classification

Providing that he'll complete the stage in the time cut, Thibaut Pinot will retain the polka dot jersey today despite not scoring any point at the Port d'Envalira. The Frenchman virtually leads the KOM competition with 80 points, ahead of Rafal Majka, 77, Tom Dumoulin, 58, and Rui Costa, 50.

13:37Rui, Sagan and Nibali in the lead

Three riders are together at the head of the race in the tricky descent of the Envalira to Ax-les-Thermes: Rui Costa, Peter Sagan, Vincenzo Nibali.

13:33Tom Dumoulin second at Port d'Envalira

Results at Port d'Envalira (km 24)

1. Rui Costa, 10 pts

At 32 seconds:

2. Tom Dumoulin, 8 pts

3. Vincenzo Nibali, 6 pts

4. Tsgabu Grmay, 4 pts

At 38 seconds:

5. Stephen Cummings, 2 pts

6. Jon Izagirre, 1 pt

13:301km to the summit

1km before the Port d'Envalira, Rui Costa is 45 seconds ahead of a small group. Peloton at 1.02. The downhill is very foggy.

13:26Rui Costa increases his lead

Rui Costa in the lead. A small group with Peter Sagan is at 40 seconds. Peloton at 50 seconds.

13:24Gallopin off the back

More riders get dropped: Gallopin and De Gendt (Lotto-Soudal), Frank (IAM), Pauwels (DiData). Peter Sagan speeds up again.

13:22Rui Costa 35 seconds ahead

Rui Costa has 35 seconds lead over the peloton. No more riders in between.

13:21Philippe Mauduit: «Rui Costa's goal is a stage win"

Questioned on the start line by letour.com, Lampre-Merida's sport director Philippe Mauduit commented: “We aren't surprised by Louis Meintjes [9th on GC and second best young rider]. We know what he's capable of but he's even a little bit above the goals we had set. We'll draw up a report after the first time trial but he recovers very well. Rui Costa is doing well too. We agreed in November that his target would be a stage victory. He wasn't too far the day before yesterday [2nd at...

13:19Rui Costa alone in the alone

It's Rui Costa alone at the front with a small group between him and the peloton 5km before the top of the Envalira.

13:17Five riders make a move

At km 17.5, five riders go away. The summit is at km 24.

13:15The front group is reined in

No more breakaway but more riders get dropped by the pack: Kelderman, Tony Martin, Craddock, Pierre Rolland...

13:1126 riders in the lead

Pinot, Majka, Sagan and Nibali are part of a 26-man leading group, only 50 metres ahead of the peloton.

13:10Nibali speeds up at the front

The front group includes Sagan, Pinot and Majka, but also the 2014 Tour champion Vincenzo Nibali.

13:05Port d'Envalira, high and historical

It's only the eighth time for the Tour de France to crest the Port d'Envalira, the highest road in the Pyrenees, 2408m above sea level. The border between Andorra and France has remained famous in the history of the race for Jacques Anquetil's failure in 1964 but the Frenchman made it across as he took a lot of risks in the downhill, helped by his team-mate Louis Rostollan. The last passage of the Tour at Port d'Envalira was in 2009. Sandy Casar was first at the top.

13:04Sagan goes again

New attack by Peter Sagan.

13:04Peloton back together at km 12

Sagan, Pinot, Clement, Pantano, Majka, Rui Costa, Gallopin, Chavanel, Zakarin, Dumoulin and the rest of the 19-man leading group has been reeled in at km 12.

13:00Sagan and Pinot again in the lead

Peter Sagan and Thibaut Pinot are again part of the 19-man leading group.

12:57French champion in trouble

Cummings, Sepulveda and Vichot are off the back. Two riders have rejoined Sagan at the front at km 7.

12:56Sagan attacks!

Peter Sagan goes away solo in a violent attack.

12:53Km 6, end of the breakaway

At km 6, it's all together again, except for the riders who have been dropped. Greipel manages to make it back to the pack.

12:52Peloton close to the escapees

The peloton is getting close to the breakaway riders. Sagan, Slagter, Zakarin, Gougeard, Voeckler, Gallopin are up there with Pinot. Cavendish, Greipel, Kittel and George Bennett are getting dropped by the pack.

12:50Arashiro in difficulty

A few more riders are getting dropped: Arashiro (Lampre), Irizar (Trek)... Team Sky leads the peloton 20 seconds behind the 17 escapees at km 5.

12:4817 riders away, including Pinot

17 riders form the front group. Thibaut Pinot is one of them.

12:47Tom Dumoulin with the red bib

Tom Dumoulin has the red bib of most aggressive rider of the queen stage of the Pyrenees he brilliantly won at Andorra-Arcalis on Sunday.

12:47Defending champions back in the lead

Defending champions Movistar are back in the lead of the teams classification after the Pyrenees. They've an advantage of 2.26 over Team Sky and 3.28 over former leaders BMC Racing Team.

12:46Adam Yates with the white jersey

Adam Yates is in the white jersey. Two young riders are in the top 10 overall. Louis Meintjes is the other one, with a deficit of 39 seconds from the Brit from Orica-BikeExchange.

12:45First time in the polka dot jersey for Pinot

Thibaut Pinot has the polka dot jersey of the Tour de France for the first time ever. As a first year pro in 2010, he won the King of the Mountains price at the Tour de Romandie and was tipped for this kind of competition throughout his career. He has 80 points, only three more than Rafal Majka who doesn't have to work for Alberto Contador any longer. Tom Dumoulin is third with 50 points. The Port d'Envalira, the highest peak of the Tour de France at 2408m above sea level, is classified as...

12:45Mark Cavendish under threat

Mark Cavendish holds the green jersey with 204 points. Peter Sagan has come much nearer during stage 9 as he won the intermediate sprint at Andorra-la-Vella. He's second with 197 points. Marcel Kittel is third with 182 points. Today's intermediate sprint is at Aigues-Vives, km 122.5. 50 points are up for grabs with 20 to the winner at the intermediate sprint and 30 on the finishing line in Revel.

12:44Chris Froome in the lead with a tight margin

Chris Froome is in the yellow jersey but the time difference between the first ten riders in the overall ranking has never been so tight after the first rest day in the history of the Tour de France. Alejandro Valverde, 10th, is at 1.01. Adam Yates is second at 16 seconds, Dan Martin third at 19 seconds, Nairo Quintana fourth at 23 seconds… It's wide open! But the Tour de France returns to France without Alberto Contador who pulled out during stage 9.

12:43Langeveld and Vanmarcke off the back

The first riders dropped are Sebastian Langeveld (Cannondale-Drapac) and Sep Vanmarcke (LottoNL-Jumbo).

12:41Feillu the first in action

The start proper has been given at 12.40 to 193 riders. Brice Feillu (Fortuneo) is the first in action.

12:31Riders on the move

The peloton is riding towards the start proper at Escaldes-Engordany.


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