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Tour de France Saturday 7 July - Sunday 29 July 2018

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    Few more shots


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    Fernando Gaviria,Quick Step, became the first Colombian to win a mass sprint of the Tour de France and only the second Colombian ever, to take the yellow jersey. Congrats

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    Romain Bardet (+0:10)
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    Chris Froome (+1:01)
    Richie Porte (+1:01)
    Adam Yates (+1:01)
    Nairo Quintana (+1:25)

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    Colombia is such a fabulous country and cycling is hugely popular. I am happy to see that more and more are making their mark and I am sure there will come a time when they will have a TdF winner.

    One of my favorite countries to visit and cycle in and you gotta love bocadillo...

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    Stage 2/ July 8
    Moulilleron-Saint-Germain to La Roche-sur-Yon
    19:10 HKT • 182.5 km • 1618m total climbing • 6.8% max grade • 1 Climb • 1 Sprint

    Live TV: Eurosport 1, ITV4



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    Stage 2/ July 8
    Moulilleron-Saint-Germain to La Roche-sur-Yon
    19:10 HKT • 182.5 km • 1618m total climbing • 6.8% max grade • 1 Climb • 1 Sprint

    Live TV: Eurosport 1, ITV4


    Should be a straightforward stage but then so should yesterday's have been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile:
    Should be a straightforward stage but then so should yesterday's have been.
    This should normally be another stage for the sprinters. Gaviria or Sagan could come out on top but Kittel, Greipel and Cavendish could also prevail. Hopefully no crash.

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    Stage 2


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    Peter Sagan ( Bora-Hansgrohe ) winner of Stage 2 and new overall leader

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    Tour Standings GC Leader

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    1 Peter Sagan 8:29:53
    2 Fernando Gaviria (+0:06)
    3 Sonny Colberi (+0:10)
    4 Marcel Kittel (+0:12)
    5 Sylvain Chavanel (+0:13)
    6 Philippe Gilbert (+0:14)


    Daniel Martin (+0:16)
    Rigoberto Urán (+0:16)
    Tom Dumoulin (+0:16)
    Vincenzo Nibali (+0:16)
    Romain Bardet (0:16)
    Richie Porte (+1:07)
    Adam Yates (+1:07)
    Chris Froome (+1:07)
    Nairo Quintana (1:31)

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    Stage 3/ July 9
    Cholet to Cholet ( Team Time Trial )
    21:10 HKT • 35.5 km • 387m total climbing • 8.8% max grade

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