Sunday July 10th, 2016

Stage 9Vielha Val d'Aran / Andorre Arcalis

Start 12h05 (Local time)

Adam Yates: "As long as I'm up there on GC, it's my goal"

interview10.07.2016Stage 9- Vielha Val d'Aran / Andorre Arcalis

“Yesterday I felt better but I didn't lose anything to the best rider and it makes me very satisfied. Today at the beginning it was very complicated. With the breakaway and Contador's attack, we didn't know where to look. I had no problem with the rain at the end. I actually prefer the rain that racing with 45° and not being able to breathe. I'm very happy. I reach the rest day in a very good position. I just need to recover well. I'd like to win a stage but as long as I have options on GC I follow that goal.”

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