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Vincenzo Nibali
 4:04:17
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Thibaut Pinot
 +01' 10''
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Rafal Majka
 +01' 12''
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Jean Christophe Péraud
 +01' 15''
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Tejay van Garderen
 +01' 15''
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Romain Bardet
 +01' 53''
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Bauke Mollema
 +01' 57''
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Leopold König
 +01' 57''
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Haimar Zubeldia
 +01' 59''
10
Alejandro Valverde
 +01' 59''
11
Laurens ten Dam
 +01' 59''
12
Fränk Schleck
 +03' 30''
13
Steven Kruijswijk
 +03' 30''
14
Tanel Kangert
 +03' 30''
15
Arnold Jeannesson
 +04' 24''
16
Ben Gastauer
 +04' 28''
17
Yury Trofimov
 +04' 30''
18
Pierre Rolland
 +04' 33''
19
Chris Horner
 +04' 40''
20
John Gadret
 +04' 40''
21
Peter Stetina
 +04' 59''
22
Rudy Molard
 +05' 20''
23
Brice Feillu
 +05' 23''
24
Mikel Nieve
 +05' 25''
25
Cyril Gautier
 +06' 40''
26
Marcel Wyss
 +07' 22''
27
Luis Ángel Maté
 +08' 15''
28
Perrig Quémeneur
 +08' 35''
29
Nicolas Roche
 +08' 55''
30
Sylvain Chavanel
 +10' 10''
31
Bartosz Huzarski
 +10' 43''
32
Jan Bakelants
 +11' 12''
33
Thomas Voeckler
 +11' 54''
34
Yukiya Arashiro
 +11' 54''
35
Blel Kadri
 +13' 21''
36
Jurgen Van den Broeck
 +13' 50''
37
Michael Schär
 +14' 14''
38
Michael Rogers
 +14' 14''
39
Giovanni Visconti
 +14' 14''
40
Imanol Erviti
 +14' 14''
41
Matthieu Ladagnous
 +14' 14''
42
Greg Van Avermaet
 +16' 12''
43
Julien Simon
 +16' 12''
44
Alessandro De Marchi
 +16' 16''
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Christophe Riblon
 +17' 35''
46
Jérémy Roy
 +19' 01''
47
Benjamin King
 +19' 01''
48
Gatis Smukulis
 +19' 01''
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Tom-Jelte Slagter
 +19' 01''
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Johan Vansummeren
 +19' 01''
51
Matthew Busche
 +19' 01''
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Richie Porte
 +19' 01''
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Markel Irizar
 +19' 01''
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Kristijan Ðurasek
 +19' 01''
55
David López
 +19' 01''
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Bram Tankink
 +19' 01''
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Geraint Thomas
 +19' 01''
58
Adam Hansen
 +19' 01''
59
Florian Guillou
 +19' 01''
60
Jean-Marc Bideau
 +19' 01''
61
Sébastien Reichenbach
 +19' 25''
62
Lars Boom
 +19' 59''
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Rein Taaramäe
 +20' 14''
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Joaquim Rodríguez
 +20' 38''
65
Cédric Pineau
 +20' 38''
66
Paul Voß
 +21' 04''
67
Kévin Reza
 +21' 08''
68
Tony Gallopin
 +21' 08''
69
José Mendes
 +21' 45''
70
Tiago Machado
 +21' 45''
71
Nélson Oliveira
 +21' 45''
72
Andriy Grivko
 +22' 04''
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Jakob Fuglsang
 +22' 04''
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Michele Scarponi
 +22' 04''
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Matteo Montaguti
 +22' 28''
76
Jon Izagirre
 +23' 02''
77
Matteo Tosatto
 +23' 02''
78
Sébastien Minard
 +23' 02''
79
Andreas Schillinger
 +23' 02''
80
Jesús Herrada
 +23' 02''
81
Daniel Oss
 +23' 02''
82
Lieuwe Westra
 +23' 42''
83
Jérôme Pineau
 +24' 39''
84
Amaël Moinard
 +24' 39''
85
Peter Velits
 +24' 39''
86
Michal Golas
 +24' 39''
87
Marco Marcato
 +26' 29''
88
Peter Sagan
 +26' 29''
89
Niki Terpstra
 +27' 26''
90
Arnaud Gérard
 +28' 14''
91
Sérgio Paulinho
 +28' 41''
92
Grégory Rast
 +28' 41''
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Daniele Bennati
 +28' 41''
94
Albert Timmer
 +29' 19''
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Bryan Coquard
 +30' 57''
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André Greipel
 +31' 01''
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Tony Martin
 +31' 01''
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Simon Clarke
 +31' 01''
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Martin Elmiger
 +31' 01''
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Christian Meier
 +31' 01''
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Michael Albasini
 +31' 01''
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Roy Curvers
 +31' 01''
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Alex Howes
 +31' 01''
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Dmitriy Gruzdev
 +31' 01''
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Kristjan Koren
 +31' 01''
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Armindo Fonseca
 +31' 01''
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Anthony Delaplace
 +31' 01''
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Maxim Iglinskiy
 +31' 01''
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William Bonnet
 +31' 01''
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Tom Dumoulin
 +31' 01''
111
Elia Viviani
 +31' 01''
112
Lars Bak
 +31' 01''
113
Maarten Wynants
 +31' 01''
114
Jens Keukeleire
 +31' 01''
115
Fabio Sabatini
 +31' 01''
116
José Serpa
 +31' 01''
117
Jens Voigt
 +31' 01''
118
Jan Bárta
 +31' 01''
119
Mickaël Chérel
 +31' 01''
120
Svein Tuft
 +31' 01''
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Danny Pate
 +31' 01''
122
Cyril Lemoine
 +31' 01''
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Alessandro Petacchi
 +31' 01''
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Tom Leezer
 +31' 01''
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Michael Mørkøv
 +31' 01''
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Samuel Dumoulin
 +31' 01''
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Luke Durbridge
 +31' 01''
128
Sep Vanmarcke
 +31' 01''
129
Jürgen Roelandts
 +31' 01''
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Zakkari Dempster
 +31' 01''
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Benoît Jarrier
 +31' 01''
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Nicolas Edet
 +31' 01''
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Ramunas Navardauskas
 +31' 01''
134
Rubén Plaza
 +31' 01''
135
Florian Vachon
 +31' 01''
136
Beñat Intxausti
 +31' 01''
137
Vasil Kiryienka
 +31' 01''
138
Mickaël Delage
 +31' 01''
139
Yohann Gène
 +31' 01''
140
Sebastian Langeveld
 +31' 01''
141
Jack Bauer
 +31' 01''
142
Bernhard Eisel
 +31' 01''
143
Alessandro Vanotti
 +31' 01''
144
Adrien Petit
 +31' 01''
145
Romain Feillu
 +31' 01''
146
Markus Burghardt
 +31' 01''
147
Marcel Sieberg
 +31' 01''
148
Alexandre Pichot
 +31' 01''
149
Luca Paolini
 +31' 01''
150
Jean-Marc Marino
 +31' 01''
151
Mark Renshaw
 +31' 28''
152
Matteo Trentin
 +32' 03''
153
John Degenkolb
 +32' 03''
154
Koen de Kort
 +32' 04''
155
Tom Veelers
 +32' 04''
156
Marcel Kittel
 +32' 04''
157
Arnaud Démare
 +32' 04''
158
Alexander Kristoff
 +32' 04''
159
Vladimir Isaichev
 +32' 04''
160
Roger Kluge
 +32' 04''
161
Cheng Ji
 +32' 04''
162
Michal Kwiatkowski
 +32' 14''
163
Maciej Bodnar
 +32' 14''
164
Davide Cimolai
 +32' 14''
165
José Joaquín Rojas
 DSQ
166
Heinrich Haussler
 DNF
 

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Italy's Vincenzo Nibali all but secured a maiden Tour de France overall win with his fourth stage scalp, at Hautacam in the Pyrenees.
By Eurosport • 19 hours ago

 The attack that could seal the polka dot jersey

Rafael Majka launches a brave attack that all-but secures the polka dot jersey at the 2014 Tour de France.
By Eurosport • 19 hours ago

 Nibali hits camera-toting fan

A fan posing with a camera falls foul of Vincenzo Nibali during the Italian's stage 18 win at the Tour de France.
By Eurosport • 19 hours ago

 Nibali catches and passes Nieve on final climb

Italy's Vincenzo Nibali passes Mikel Nieve during his fourth stage win at Hautacam in the Pyrenees.
By Eurosport • 19 hours ago

 LeMond climbs the Tourmalet for first time in 23 years

Greg LeMond climbs the most famous mountain in cycling for the first time since 1991.
By Eurosport • 20 hours ago
Polish rider Rafal Majka made it two stage wins on the 2014 Tour de France as the polka-dot jersey wearer claimed stage 17.
By Eurosport • Yesterday at 17:19
Australia's Michael Rogers won the 16th stage of the Tour de France, a 237.5-km trek from Carcassonne on Tuesday.
By Eurosport • The 22/07/2014 at 17:32
Norway's Alexander Kristoff sprinted to stage 15 success in Nîmes after escapee Jack Bauer was caught.
By Eurosport • The 20/07/2014 at 23:36
Earlier this week on the first rest day of the Tour de France, the whole Tinkoff-Saxo team went for a ride with the sports directors and manager, Bjarne Riis.
By Reuters • The 19/07/2014 at 18:49
Poland's Rafal Majka secured the biggest win of his career as he edged Vincenzo Nibali to claim stage 14 of the Tour de France.
By Eurosport • The 19/07/2014 at 17:35
 
Greg LeMond gives his view on the day's action in southern England.
By Eurosport • The 07/07/2014 at 23:46
The Tour de France returns to its home country after three stages in England.
By Eurosport • The 08/07/2014 at 10:26
Marcel Kittel won his second stage of the 2014 Tour de France as the race reached London.
By Eurosport • The 07/07/2014 at 23:45
Tom Dumoulin speaks to Eurosport after his team's win on Monday.
By Eurosport • The 07/07/2014 at 23:58
The star kept his sense of humour after finishing down the field on Monday.
By Eurosport • The 07/07/2014 at 23:59
The cycling legend looks ahead to the likely sprint finish on Tuesday.
By Eurosport • The 07/07/2014 at 23:55
Peter Sagan is happy to have another podium - even if he can't quite catch Marcel Kittel on the line right now.
By Eurosport • The 07/07/2014 at 23:57
Giddy up down to London! Surreal footage from today's Tour de France coverage on Eurosport.
By Eurosport • The 07/07/2014 at 16:14
You're riding in the Tour de France. You're wearing a cool 'on-board' camera. Then... this happens.
By Eurosport • The 07/07/2014 at 16:44
Highlights from stage three of the Tour de France.
By Eurosport • The 07/07/2014 at 17:47
 
 

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  • 25/07
    Nibali makes history with fourth win at Hautacam
  • 25/07
     The attack that could seal the polka dot jersey
  • 25/07
     Nibali hits camera-toting fan
  • 25/07
     Nibali catches and passes Nieve on final climb
  • 24/07
     LeMond climbs the Tourmalet for first time in 23 years
  • 23/07
    Magic Majka climbs to a second stage win
  • 22/07
    Rogers victorious as Pinot knocks Bardet off podium
  • 21/07
     Kristoff breaks Bauer's heart with second win
  • 20/07
    Spare wheel Majka delivers as Tinkoff finally celebrate
  • 19/07
    Majka wins stage 14 as Nibali extends lead
  • 19/07
    Irrepressible Nibali extends lead with third stage win
  • 19/07
    Pinot shows guts and class to close in on podium bid
  • 18/07
    Kristoff denies Sagan for maiden win
  • 18/07
    Frustrated Sagan 'too strong' to win on Tour de France
  • 18/07
    Nibali defends choice to work with dope-tainted Vinokourov
  • 16/07
    Gallopin defies peloton with stage 11 win, Nibali avoids trouble
  • 15/07
    Cancellara latest big name to abandon race
  • 14/07
    Nibali strikes after Contador exit to regain yellow
  • 14/07
    Contador abandons Tour after heavy crash
  • 13/07
    Martin solos to win as Frenchman Gallopin takes yellow
  • 13/07
    Menchov banned over doping violations
  • 12/07
    Kadri into polka dots after soloing to win
  • 12/07
    Nibali's rivals bracing for battle of the Vosges
  • 12/07
    Scans reveal Froome fractured wrist and hand
  • 11/07
    Trentin edges Sagan by a nose on another day of crashes
  • 1
    Nibali makes history with fourth win at Hautacam
  • 2
    Magic Majka climbs to a second stage win
  • 3
    Rogers victorious as Pinot knocks Bardet off podium
  • 4
    Nibali punishes Contador as Boom wins epic
  • 5
     Kristoff breaks Bauer's heart with second win
  • 6
    Nibali defends choice to work with dope-tainted Vinokourov
  • 7
    Cancellara latest big name to abandon race
  • 8
    Majka wins stage 14 as Nibali extends lead
  • 9
    Irrepressible Nibali extends lead with third stage win
  • 10
    Nibali strikes after Contador exit to regain yellow
  • 11
    Contador abandons Tour after heavy crash
  • 12
    Shock as Froome exits Tour after crashing twice on stage five
  • 13
    Froome to carry on despite stage four crash
  • 14
    Scans reveal Froome fractured wrist and hand
  • 15
    Returning Valverde heads Movistar roster
  • 16
    Taaramae, Moncoutié lead Cofidis
  • 17
    UCI angry after doping index leak
  • 18
    Froome and rivals braced for war on Ventoux
  • 19
    Kristoff denies Sagan for maiden win
  • 20
    LeMond: Team Sky will 'regret' not picking Wiggins
  • 21
    Spare wheel Majka delivers as Tinkoff finally celebrate
  • 22
    Kittel wins again as Froome hits trouble
  • 23
    Nibali into yellow after stage two win in Sheffield
  • 24
    Cavendish crashes as Kittel wins in Yorkshire
  • 25
    South African Impey fails drugs test
 

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