Who The Hell Won This Tour De France Sprint?

Who The Hell Won This Tour De France Sprint?

Who The Hell Won This Tour De France Sprint?

Gesink crossed the line 37 seconds in arrears to take second place, while another 24-year-old French debutant - Guillaume Martin of Wanty-Groupe Gobert - won the sprint for third place, 50 seconds back, when the main pack came home.

But the commissaires fortunately pored over a super high resolution pic and proclaimed Kittel the victor of stage 7 after 213.5 kilometres raced from Troyes to Nuits-Saint-Georges.

The overall contenders will be content to let a large group ride away for the stage win while closing marking each other on the final climb ensuring no time gaps.

He did not make contact with the same success or conviction as Mark Renshaw in 2010 - an incident that led to his disqualification - but as he took a similar line to Cavendish along the railings, Alexander Kristoff certainly appeared to object.

"He'd already shown in the Dauphine he was in great shape and that was confirmed today".

Chris Froome retained the yellow jersey and remains 39 seconds clear of Matthews' countryman Richie Porte in fifth.

"We'll definitely get a very good idea of who's really going well and above all who's climbing well", Thomas, now lying second overall after his spell in the Tour lead, said on Friday.

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Gearraint Thomas remains second and King of the Mountains Fabio Aru is third, 12 and 14 seconds down respectively.

"The last kilometre was a little bit freestyle, but I had a good wheel to follow in Demare, and then I had to go on my own from 250m".

It's fantastic how something as simple as the taste of home can make your day when you're in the middle of a race.

There was a moment on Thursday when one began to imagine Peter Sagan at a junction on his bike, ready and poised to rejoin the Tour de France. We have climb after climb on Sunday and I think it's going to be a hard weekend for everyone. "I've never been up there myself so I can't say what it would be like but if the Norwegian fans are anything to go by they would certainly give the Tour what it deserves in terms of a Grand Depart".

After five stages favorable for the sprinters, one to the time trialists and one to the climbers, stage 8 is the first one dedicated for the attackers.

However, seven years ago, the Welshman faded badly on the climb, dropping to 31st.

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