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2015 Tour de France

102nd edition: July 4 - July 26, 2015

Tuesday, July 14: Stage 10, Tarbes - La Pierre Saint Martin

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Stage 10, Tuesday, July 14: 167 km, Tarbes - La Pierre Saint Martin

Stage map and profile | Stage 10 photos | Stage 10 video | David L. Stanley gives Stage 10 a close look

Rated ascents:

Chris froome wins stage 10

Chris Froome wins stage 10

The Race: One could argue that the 2015 Tour de France really starts today, with a stage that finishes with an hors categorie ascent to La Pierre-Saint-Martin, the first time this year that has been a Tour summit finish. The stage has three category-four climbs to warm up the riders’ legs before they hit that finishing, crucial mountain.

Here’s how Le Tour described stage ten before it started:

“The second chapter of the 2015 Tour de France starts with the Pyrenees. All the favorites named as such at the Grand Départ in Utrecht are still in contention but instead of the “fabulous four”, a tag that Tejay van Garderen has commented as “irritating”, the race is now about the “Big Five”, like Africa's greatest animals – lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino.

“Chris Froome, who was expected by many to be in trouble in the crosswinds, on the cobblestones and in the lead up the two “murs” (Mur de Huy and Mûr de Bretagne), has not only emerged unscathed but he leads the Tour de France even before the first serious climb with an advantage of 12 seconds over Van Garderen, 1.03 over Alberto Contador, 1.59 over Nairo Quintana and 2.22 over Vincenzo Nibali. In that category, the defending champion is the biggest loser of the first chapter but in reality, he isn't very far down and his chances to contest the yellow jersey remain intact. A second race begins in Pau for someone like Thibaut Pinot, third overall last year and now 8.05 adrift. He wants to win a mountain stage and the polka dot jersey. Both goals are combined as uphill finishes like the newcoming site at La Pierre-Saint-Martin in the col du Soudet.

“It's not a big mountain stage yet but the finale is very demanding. It's the first opportunity for the dark horse contenders to emerge: Rigoberto Uran, Bauke Mollema, Robert Gesink, Andrew Talansky, Romain Bardet and Jean-Christophe Péraud. They're all looking for answers. Up and coming Alexis Vuillermoz has paved the way in Mûr de Bretagne for climbers to shine. Joaquim Rodriguez already has had his day of glory at the Mur de Huy but racing close to Spain, he's hungry for more, also for the polka dot jersey like Pinot."

One-hundred and eighty-three riders started the stage at 12:25 PM. There were two withdrawals since the finish of stage nine on Sunday: Ivan Basso, who was diagnosed with testicular cancer, and Astana rider Lars Boom, who has had a fever for a couple of days.

With fifty KOM points up for grabs at the day’s finishing climb, Daniel Teklehaimanot’s ownership of the polka-dot jersey would be in real jeopardy today.

The pack came out of the starting gate in high gear, averaging almost fifty kilometers an hour over the first 15 kilometers, with Pierrick Fédrigo (Bretagne-Séché Environnement) jumping away and barely hanging off the front. Cofidis rider Kenneth van Bilsen took off after Fédrigo, triggering no response from the peloton.

After another few kilometers the peloton seemed to relent in its chase. Forty kilometers into the stage the race’s average speed had dropped to 46 kilometers an hour. Van Bilsen was still chasing, about a half-minute behind Fédrigo, who had built a ten-minute lead over the pack. Van Bilsen’s relentless chase finally paid off about 46 kilometers into the stage when he caught the elusive Fédrigo. The pair were twelve minutes ahead of the Sky-led peloton after fifty kilometers of riding.

As the lead duo went up the first rated climb of the day, the Côte de Bougarber, they were almost fifteen minutes ahead of the field. Shortly thereafter, Movistar went to the front of the peloton with Alex Dowsett and Imanol Erviti doing the work. Immediately the gap started to come down.

In the feed zone, Warren Barguil (Giant-Alpecin) went down pretty hard. He got back on his bike, but was soon more than three minutes behind the fast-moving pack. With help from a teammate, he eventually regained contact, but he looked to have badly hurt his knee.

After passing over the second of the day’s rated climbs, the Côte de Vieilleségure, Van Bilsen and Fédrigo’s lead had been cut down to twelve minutes. Bretagne-Séché Environnement’s director Roger Tréhin thought the duo would need to have an eight-minute lead at the bottom of the final climb to have a chance of winning the stage, a lead that was about eleven minutes with fifty kilometers to go.

After the lead duo passed the intermediate sprint, André Greipel was the first peloton rider over the line, beating Mark Cavendish and Peter Sagan. That third place earned Greipel enough points to give him the green jersey at the end of the stage. With the hilltop finish, none of the sprinters will be anywhere near the front at the day’s end.

As the race passed the forty-kilometers-to-go mark, FDJ started helping with the chase, which strung out the pack and quickly brought the gap down to just seven minutes, well below Tréhin’s threshold for a stage win. And the news didn’t get better for Van Bilsen and Fédrigo. After the last category four climb, the Côte de Montory, with thirty kilometers of racing left, their lead dropped below six minutes. They weren’t going to be allowed to take this stage with so much at stake in points, time and prestige.

With just five kilometers before the final climb to the finish, the front pair had just three minutes. Chris Froome began moving up in the main peloton. Europcar started helping at the front as well. As the climb started to bite, both Peter Sagan and Daniel Teklehaimanot were quickly dropped. Many others were also quickly left behind. Up at the front, Fédrigo dispatched Van Bilsen to forge ahead alone with just a 45-second lead over a fast-moving, but sharply reduced peloton.

Today was going to make a difference.

With eleven kilometers to go, Fédrigo was caught. Then the first of the real attacks began with Robert Gesink trying his luck by riding off the front. He was quickly joined by Rafael Valls.  Meanwhile Vincenzo Nibali, who is trying to do the Giro-Tour double, was in trouble and was quickly thirty seconds behind. As the lead group (behind Valls and Gesink), led by Sky, passed the ten-kilometers-to-go mark their group was down to just 21 riders.

Gesink was in no mood to be nice. He dropped Valls as he forged ahead, a half minute ahead of the chase group, now only fourteen riders with eight kilometers remaining. In that group were Froome, Contador, Valverde, van Garderen, Quintana, Porte, and Rolland. Valverde attacked, but was quickly brought back. Gesink was caught.

Then it happened. About seven kilometers before the finish, Alberto Contador was dropped, as was van Garderen.

Bam! Chris Froome knew this was the moment, and he dropped the hammer. Hard.  Froome rode away from the others and was quickly alone and off the front. Nairo Quintana, the best of the rest today, gave chase, but he was no match for Froome, who was on song. With three kilometers remaining, Froome was almost a minute ahead of Quintana, who was being chased by Porte. Porte didn’t give up and finally made contact and then dropped the Movistar rider.

Froome won the stage, cementing his ownership of the Yellow Jersey. Porte followed in about a minute later, giving Sky the stage’s first two places. Quintana followed in a few seconds later while Gesink was fourth.

Complete Results:

Stage 10 photos | video

167 km raced at an average speed of 38.2 km/hr

1 FROOME Christopher SKY 4hr 22min 7sec
2 PORTE Richie SKY @ 59sec
3 QUINTANA Nairo Alexander MOVISTAR @ 1min 4sec
4 GESINK Robert LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 01' 33''
5 VALVERDE Alejandro MOVISTAR + 02' 01''
6 THOMAS Geraint SKY + 02' 01''
7 YATES Adam ORICA-GREENEDGE + 02' 04''
8 ROLLAND Pierre EUROPCAR s.t.
9 GALLOPIN Tony LOTTO-SOUDAL + 02' 22''
10 VAN GARDEREN Tejay BMC + 02' 30''
11 CONTADOR Alberto TINKOFF-SAXO + 02' 51''
12 VALLS FERRI Rafael LAMPRE - MERIDA + 03' 09''
13 FUGLSANG Jakob ASTANA s.t.
14 PAUWELS Serge MTN-QHUBEKA + 03' 19''
15 BARGUIL WARREN GIANT-ALPECIN + 03' 19''
16 SANCHEZ Samuel BMC + 04' 00''
17 MOLLEMA Bauke TREK + 04' 09''
18 JANSE VAN RENSBURG Jacques MTN-QHUBEKA s.t.
19 SEPULVEDA Eduardo BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 04' 16''
20 KANGERT Tanel ASTANA + 04' 25''
21 NIBALI Vincenzo ASTANA + 04' 25''
22 TEN DAM Laurens LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
23 FRANK Mathias IAM CYCLING + 04' 44''
24 MEINTJES Louis MTN-QHUBEKA + 05' 38''
25 PÉRAUD Jean-Christophe AG2R-LA MONDIALE s.t.
26 VOECKLER Thomas EUROPCAR s.t.
27 COPPEL Jérôme IAM CYCLING + 05' 46''
28 URAN Rigoberto ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 05' 54''
29 ROGERS Michael TINKOFF-SAXO + 05' 57''
30 IZAGIRRE Gorka MOVISTAR s.t.
31 VUILLERMOZ Alexis AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 06' 04''
32 KRUIJSWIJK Steven LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
33 POELS Wouter SKY s.t.
34 RODRIGUEZ Joachim TEAM KATUSHA + 06' 07''
35 ZUBELDIA Haimar TREK + 06' 15''
36 BUCHMANN Emanuel BORA-ARGON 18 + 06' 28''
37 NERZ Dominik BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
38 HUZARSKI Bartosz BORA-ARGON 18 + 06' 47''
39 FEILLU Brice BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 08' 00''
40 PANTANO Jarlinson IAM CYCLING + 08' 00''
41 GAUTIER Cyril EUROPCAR + 08' 11''
42 SOUPE GEOFFREY COFIDIS + 08' 20''
43 BAKELANTS Jan AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 08' 50''
44 BARDET Romain AG2R-LA MONDIALE s.t.
45 HESJEDAL Ryder CANNONDALE-GARMIN s.t.
46 CARUSO Gianpaolo TEAM KATUSHA s.t.
47 CHEREL Mikael AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 09' 15''
48 MAJKA Rafal TINKOFF-SAXO + 09' 52''
49 PINOT Thibaut FDJ + 10' 03''
50 MORABITO Steve FDJ s.t.
51 KREUZIGER Roman TINKOFF-SAXO s.t.
52 CARUSO Damiano BMC s.t.
53 WYSS Marcel IAM CYCLING s.t.
54 BAK Lars LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
55 WESTRA Lieuwe ASTANA + 11' 02''
56 HERRADA José MOVISTAR + 11' 33''
57 MARTIN Daniel CANNONDALE-GARMIN + 11' 34''
58 TALANSKY Andrew CANNONDALE-GARMIN s.t.
59 FEDRIGO Pierrick BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 11' 49''
60 SICARD Romain EUROPCAR + 12' 12''
61 GHEBREMEDHIN Merhawi MTN-QHUBEKA s.t.
62 DELAPLACE Anthony BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 12' 37''
63 JUNGELS Bob TREK + 12' 53''
64 LOSADA Alberto TEAM KATUSHA s.t.
65 CASTROVIEJO Jonathan MOVISTAR + 13' 41''
66 GENIEZ Alexandre FDJ s.t.
67 QUEMENEUR Perrig EUROPCAR s.t.
68 IRIZAR ARRANBURU Markel TREK s.t.
69 ANACONA Winner Andrew MOVISTAR s.t.
70 PREIDLER Georg GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
71 KELDERMAN Wilco LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
72 PERICHON Pierre-Luc BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT s.t.
73 GRIVKO Andriy ASTANA s.t.
74 DE GENDT Thomas LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
75 ROCHE Nicolas SKY + 13' 51''
76 EDET Nicolas COFIDIS + 14' 09''
77 GESCHKE Simon GIANT-ALPECIN + 14' 28''
78 MACHADO Tiago TEAM KATUSHA + 14' 47''
79 ROY Jérémy FDJ + 15' 34''
80 VOSS Paul BORA-ARGON 18 + 15' 36''
81 KONIG Leopold SKY + 15' 45''
82 SCARPONI Michele ASTANA + 16' 09''
83 NAVARRO Daniel COFIDIS + 16' 40''
84 MATE Luis Angel COFIDIS s.t.
85 DEVOLDER Stijn TREK s.t.
86 PLAZA MOLINA Ruben LAMPRE - MERIDA s.t.
87 DURASEK Kristijan LAMPRE - MERIDA s.t.
88 OLIVEIRA Nelson LAMPRE - MERIDA s.t.
89 KENNAUGH Peter SKY s.t.
90 PIMANTA José Joao BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
91 SCHÄR Michael BMC s.t.
92 FONSECA Armindo BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT s.t.
93 TANKINK Bram LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
94 JANSE VAN RENSBURG Reinardt MTN-QHUBEKA s.t.
95 KOREN Kristijan CANNONDALE-GARMIN s.t.
96 CURVERS Roy GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
97 CHAVANEL Sylvain IAM CYCLING s.t.
98 BARTA Jan BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
99 CUMMINGS Stephen MTN-QHUBEKA s.t.
100 COSTA Rui Alberto LAMPRE - MERIDA s.t.
101 DE KORT Koen GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
102 RAST Gregory TREK s.t.
103 BRUN Fréderic BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT s.t.
104 GRUZDEV Dmitriy ASTANA s.t.
105 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald MTN-QHUBEKA s.t.
106 VANMARCKE Sep LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 18' 10''
107 MARTENS Paul LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
108 ANDERSEN Michael Valgren TINKOFF-SAXO s.t.
109 WYSS Danilo BMC s.t.
110 VACHON Florian BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT s.t.
111 TIMMER Albert GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
112 TOSATTO Matteo TINKOFF-SAXO s.t.
113 BENNATI Daniele TINKOFF-SAXO s.t.
114 ARREDONDO Julian TREK + 19' 53''
115 TULIK ANGÉLO EUROPCAR + 20' 43''
116 GENE Yohann EUROPCAR s.t.
117 VAN AVERMAET Greg BMC s.t.
118 DEBUSSCHERE Jens LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
119 YATES Simon ORICA-GREENEDGE + 21' 09''
120 CLEMENT Stef IAM CYCLING + 21' 34''
121 BRÄNDLE Matthias IAM CYCLING s.t.
122 HAAS Nathan CANNONDALE-GARMIN s.t.
123 ERVITI OLLO Imanol MOVISTAR s.t.
124 FARRAR Tyler MTN-QHUBEKA s.t.
125 ELMIGER Martin IAM CYCLING s.t.
126 MALORI Adriano MOVISTAR s.t.
127 SINKELDAM Ramon GIANT-ALPECIN s.t.
128 HOLLENSTEIN Reto IAM CYCLING s.t.
129 SENECHAL Florian COFIDIS s.t.
130 WEENING Pieter ORICA-GREENEDGE s.t.
131 VERMOTE Julien ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
132 TEKLEHAIMANOT Daniel MTN-QHUBEKA s.t.
133 GOLAS Michal ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
134 DOWSETT Alex MOVISTAR s.t.
135 VAN EMDEN Jos LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
136 DURBRIDGE Luke ORICA-GREENEDGE s.t.
137 RIBLON Christophe AG2R-LA MONDIALE s.t.
138 GERARD Arnaud BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT s.t.
139 DENNIS Rohan BMC + 21' 57''
140 DEGENKOLB John GIANT-ALPECIN + 22' 19''
141 QUINZIATO Manuel BMC + 22' 22''
142 POZZATO Filippo LAMPRE - MERIDA s.t.
143 LADAGNOUS Matthieu FDJ s.t.
144 SIEBERG Marcel LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
145 GREIPEL André LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
146 BONO Matteo LAMPRE - MERIDA s.t.
147 SERPA José LAMPRE - MERIDA s.t.
148 NAULLEAU BRYAN EUROPCAR s.t.
149 OSS Daniel BMC s.t.
150 TAARAMÄE Rein ASTANA s.t.
151 WELLENS Tim LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
152 VAUGRENARD Benoît FDJ s.t.
153 SIMON Julien COFIDIS s.t.
154 HANSEN Adam LOTTO-SOUDAL s.t.
155 GUARNIERI Jacopo TEAM KATUSHA + 22' 29''
156 GAUDIN Damien AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 22' 29''
157 KRISTOFF Alexander TEAM KATUSHA + 22' 31''
158 SAGAN Peter TINKOFF-SAXO + 22' 39''
159 KWIATKOWSKI Michal ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 23' 21''
160 STYBAR Zdenek ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
161 VAN BAARLE Dylan CANNONDALE-GARMIN s.t.
162 LANGEVELD Sebastian CANNONDALE-GARMIN s.t.
163 DIDIER Laurent TREK s.t.
164 GASTAUER Ben AG2R-LA MONDIALE s.t.
165 BENNETT Sam BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
166 HALLER Marco TEAM KATUSHA s.t.
167 LAPORTE Christophe COFIDIS s.t.
168 VANBILSEN KENNETH COFIDIS s.t.
169 ROWE Luke SKY s.t.
170 COQUARD Bryan EUROPCAR s.t.
171 CAVENDISH Mark ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
172 TRENTIN Matteo ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
173 STANNARD Ian SKY s.t.
174 RENSHAW Mark ETIXX-QUICK STEP s.t.
175 DEMPSTER Zakkari BORA-ARGON 18 s.t.
176 NAVARDAUSKAS Ramunas CANNONDALE-GARMIN s.t.
177 TUFT Svein ORICA-GREENEDGE s.t.
178 LEEZER Thomas LOTTO NL-JUMBO s.t.
179 VAN SUMMEREN Johan AG2R-LA MONDIALE s.t.
180 CIMOLAI Davide LAMPRE - MERIDA + 23' 35''
181 DEMARE Arnaud FDJ + 26' 27''
182 MATTHEWS Michael ORICA-GREENEDGE s.t.
183 CHAVANEL Sébastien FDJ + 29' 15''

GC after Stage 10:

1,510.8 km raced so far at an average speed of 42.04 km/hr

1 FROOME Christopher SKY 35hr 56min 9sec
2 VAN GARDEREN Tejay BMC @ 2min 52sec
3 QUINTANA Nairo Alexander MOVISTAR + 03' 09''
4 VALVERDE Alejandro MOVISTAR + 04' 01''
5 THOMAS Geraint SKY + 04' 03''
6 CONTADOR Alberto TINKOFF-SAXO + 04' 04''
7 GALLOPIN Tony LOTTO-SOUDAL + 04' 33''
8 GESINK Robert LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 04' 35''
9 BARGUIL WARREN GIANT-ALPECIN + 06' 12''
10 NIBALI Vincenzo ASTANA + 06' 57''
11 MOLLEMA Bauke TREK + 07' 15''
12 URAN Rigoberto ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 07' 22''
13 FUGLSANG Jakob ASTANA + 08' 41''
14 PÉRAUD Jean-Christophe AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 09' 18''
15 FRANK Mathias IAM CYCLING + 09' 26''
16 RODRIGUEZ Joachim TEAM KATUSHA + 10' 09''
17 SANCHEZ Samuel BMC + 10' 27''
18 KREUZIGER Roman TINKOFF-SAXO + 12' 31''
19 IZAGIRRE Gorka MOVISTAR + 12' 47''
20 VUILLERMOZ Alexis AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 13' 03''
21 NERZ Dominik BORA-ARGON 18 + 13' 06''
22 BARDET Romain AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 13' 38''
23 ROLLAND Pierre EUROPCAR + 13' 57''
24 BAKELANTS Jan AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 14' 08''
25 TALANSKY Andrew CANNONDALE-GARMIN + 16' 01''
26 SEPULVEDA Eduardo BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 16' 51''
27 PINOT Thibaut FDJ + 18' 18''
28 PANTANO Jarlinson IAM CYCLING + 19' 30''
29 YATES Adam ORICA-GREENEDGE + 19' 59''
30 MARTIN Daniel CANNONDALE-GARMIN + 21' 05''
31 VAN AVERMAET Greg BMC + 21' 20''
32 ROGERS Michael TINKOFF-SAXO + 22' 04''
33 COSTA Rui Alberto LAMPRE - MERIDA + 22' 10''
34 SAGAN Peter TINKOFF-SAXO + 23' 27''
35 LOSADA Alberto TEAM KATUSHA + 23' 40''
36 KOREN Kristijan CANNONDALE-GARMIN + 25' 25''
37 GAUTIER Cyril EUROPCAR + 25' 35''
38 STYBAR Zdenek ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 25' 50''
39 CHAVANEL Sylvain IAM CYCLING + 26' 11''
40 MORABITO Steve FDJ + 26' 37''
41 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald MTN-QHUBEKA + 27' 04''
42 BAK Lars LOTTO-SOUDAL + 27' 31''
43 VOSS Paul BORA-ARGON 18 + 27' 33''
44 JANSE VAN RENSBURG Jacques MTN-QHUBEKA + 29' 55''
45 CHEREL Mikael AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 30' 19''
46 SOUPE GEOFFREY COFIDIS + 30' 55''
47 GESCHKE Simon GIANT-ALPECIN + 31' 25''
48 GRIVKO Andriy ASTANA + 31' 40''
49 KANGERT Tanel ASTANA + 31' 56''
50 PAUWELS Serge MTN-QHUBEKA + 32' 57''
51 ZUBELDIA Haimar TREK + 34' 24''
52 DE KORT Koen GIANT-ALPECIN + 34' 34''
53 CASTROVIEJO Jonathan MOVISTAR + 34' 44''
54 TANKINK Bram LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 34' 53''
55 KRUIJSWIJK Steven LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 36' 31''
56 SICARD Romain EUROPCAR + 36' 53''
57 JANSE VAN RENSBURG Reinardt MTN-QHUBEKA + 37' 44''
58 KWIATKOWSKI Michal ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 38' 49''
59 ROCHE Nicolas SKY + 39' 26''
60 YATES Simon ORICA-GREENEDGE + 39' 48''
61 SCHÄR Michael BMC + 40' 39''
62 PREIDLER Georg GIANT-ALPECIN + 41' 13''
63 VANMARCKE Sep LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 41' 26''
64 CURVERS Roy GIANT-ALPECIN + 41' 37''
65 GOLAS Michal ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 42' 07''
66 HUZARSKI Bartosz BORA-ARGON 18 + 42' 08''
67 WYSS Marcel IAM CYCLING + 42' 19''
68 DELAPLACE Anthony BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 42' 26''
69 MACHADO Tiago TEAM KATUSHA + 42' 31''
70 LAPORTE Christophe COFIDIS + 43' 12''
71 RAST Gregory TREK + 43' 14''
72 OSS Daniel BMC + 43' 31''
73 BARTA Jan BORA-ARGON 18 + 44' 07''
74 IRIZAR Markel TREK + 44' 10''
75 GREIPEL André LOTTO-SOUDAL + 44' 24''
76 DEGENKOLB John GIANT-ALPECIN + 44' 44''
77 VAN EMDEN Jos LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 44' 44''
78 WYSS Danilo BMC + 44' 54''
79 PORTE Richie SKY + 45' 07''
80 HESJEDAL Ryder CANNONDALE-GARMIN + 45' 28''
81 FONSECA Armindo BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 45' 29''
82 LADAGNOUS Matthieu FDJ + 45' 33''
83 SIEBERG Marcel LOTTO-SOUDAL + 45' 34''
84 SINKELDAM Ramon GIANT-ALPECIN + 45' 56''
85 WESTRA Lieuwe ASTANA + 45' 59''
86 VERMOTE Julien ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 46' 16''
87 FEDRIGO Pierrick BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 46' 30''
88 MARTENS Paul LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 46' 39''
89 CARUSO Damiano BMC + 46' 41''
90 KELDERMAN Wilco LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 46' 45''
91 CAVENDISH Mark ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 47' 02''
92 BENNATI Daniele TINKOFF-SAXO + 47' 20''
93 VAUGRENARD Benoît FDJ + 47' 22''
94 SENECHAL Florian COFIDIS + 47' 26''
95 SIMON Julien COFIDIS + 47' 37''
96 TAARAMÄE Rein ASTANA + 47' 43''
97 VACHON Florian BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 48' 21''
98 DENNIS Rohan BMC + 48' 36''
99 COPPEL Jérôme IAM CYCLING + 49' 19''
100 ANDERSEN Michael Valgren TINKOFF-SAXO + 49' 22''
101 COQUARD Bryan EUROPCAR + 49' 28''
102 KRISTOFF Alexander TEAM KATUSHA + 49' 55''
103 CARUSO Gianpaolo TEAM KATUSHA + 50' 35''
104 MAJKA Rafal TINKOFF-SAXO + 51' 03''
105 NAVARDAUSKAS Ramunas CANNONDALE-GARMIN + 51' 33''
106 LEEZER Thomas LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 51' 35''
107 FEILLU Brice BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 51' 39''
108 OLIVEIRA Nelson LAMPRE - MERIDA + 51' 56''
109 MATE Luis Angel COFIDIS + 51' 58''
110 ROY Jérémy FDJ + 51' 59''
111 VALLS FERRI Rafael LAMPRE - MERIDA + 52' 07''
112 DEMPSTER Zakkari BORA-ARGON 18 + 52' 18''
113 STANNARD Ian SKY + 52' 35''
114 POELS Wouter SKY + 53' 04''
115 QUINZIATO Manuel BMC + 53' 06''
116 SCARPONI Michele ASTANA + 53' 11''
117 DURASEK Kristijan LAMPRE - MERIDA + 53' 16''
118 QUEMENEUR Perrig EUROPCAR + 53' 19''
119 HOLLENSTEIN Reto IAM CYCLING + 53' 27''
120 DEMARE Arnaud FDJ + 53' 28''
121 MALORI Adriano MOVISTAR + 53' 41''
122 FARRAR Tyler MTN-QHUBEKA + 54' 22''
123 RENSHAW Mark ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 54' 46''
124 KONIG Leopold SKY + 54' 53''
125 JUNGELS Bob TREK + 54' 59''
126 TULIK ANGÉLO EUROPCAR + 55' 03''
127 TRENTIN Matteo ETIXX-QUICK STEP + 55' 07''
128 POZZATO Filippo LAMPRE - MERIDA + 55' 18''
129 TEKLEHAIMANOT Daniel MTN-QHUBEKA + 55' 23''
130 GASTAUER Ben AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 55' 40''
131 NAVARRO Daniel COFIDIS + 55' 47''
132 SERPA José LAMPRE - MERIDA + 56' 41''
133 WELLENS Tim LOTTO-SOUDAL + 56' 54''
134 GENIEZ Alexandre FDJ + 57' 10''
135 CLEMENT Stef IAM CYCLING + 57' 11''
136 HERRADA José MOVISTAR + 57' 12''
137 GENE Yohann EUROPCAR + 57' 14''
138 GERARD Arnaud BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 58' 13''
139 PERICHON Pierre-Luc BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 58' 52''
140 VOECKLER Thomas EUROPCAR + 59' 18''
141 BRÄNDLE Matthias IAM CYCLING + 59' 47''
142 ARREDONDO Julian TREK + 59' 56''
143 MEINTJES Louis MTN-QHUBEKA @ 1hr 0min 15sec
144 GUARNIERI Jacopo TEAM KATUSHA + 01h 00' 25''
145 GAUDIN Damien AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 01h 00' 27''
146 BUCHMANN Emanuel BORA-ARGON 18 + 01h 01' 32''
147 RIBLON Christophe AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 01h 01' 44''
148 ANACONA Winner Andrew MOVISTAR + 01h 02' 50''
149 ROWE Luke SKY + 01h 03' 02''
150 DURBRIDGE Luke ORICA-GREENEDGE + 01h 04' 18''
151 HAAS Nathan CANNONDALE-GARMIN + 01h 04' 39''
152 GHEBREMEDHIN Merhawi MTN-QHUBEKA + 01h 04' 45''
153 ELMIGER Martin IAM CYCLING + 01h 05' 13''
154 TEN DAM Laurens LOTTO NL-JUMBO + 01h 05' 31''
155 TIMMER Albert GIANT-ALPECIN + 01h 06' 12''
156 PLAZA MOLINA Ruben LAMPRE - MERIDA + 01h 06' 13''
157 ERVITI OLLO Imanol MOVISTAR + 01h 07' 43''
158 CUMMINGS Stephen MTN-QHUBEKA + 01h 08' 41''
159 GRUZDEV Dmitriy ASTANA + 01h 08' 50''
160 KENNAUGH Peter SKY + 01h 08' 57''
161 PIMANTA José Joao BORA-ARGON 18 + 01h 09' 44''
162 DEVOLDER Stijn TREK + 01h 10' 08''
163 TOSATTO Matteo TINKOFF-SAXO + 01h 10' 30''
164 DEBUSSCHERE Jens LOTTO-SOUDAL + 01h 11' 08''
165 VANBILSEN KENNETH COFIDIS + 01h 12' 10''
166 LANGEVELD Sebastian CANNONDALE-GARMIN + 01h 12' 48''
167 DE GENDT Thomas LOTTO-SOUDAL + 01h 13' 08''
168 CIMOLAI Davide LAMPRE - MERIDA + 01h 14' 59''
169 VAN BAARLE Dylan CANNONDALE-GARMIN + 01h 15' 12''
170 NAULLEAU BRYAN EUROPCAR + 01h 15' 26''
171 CHAVANEL Sébastien FDJ + 01h 16' 08''
172 DIDIER Laurent TREK + 01h 16' 08''
173 HALLER Marco TEAM KATUSHA + 01h 16' 47''
174 BONO Matteo LAMPRE - MERIDA + 01h 16' 56''
175 WEENING Pieter ORICA-GREENEDGE + 01h 18' 53''
176 BRUN Fréderic BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 01h 22' 50''
177 EDET Nicolas COFIDIS + 01h 24' 13''
178 BENNETT Sam BORA-ARGON 18 + 01h 24' 16''
179 VAN SUMMEREN Johan AG2R-LA MONDIALE + 01h 25' 22''
180 TUFT Svein ORICA-GREENEDGE + 01h 27' 48''
181 HANSEN Adam LOTTO-SOUDAL + 01h 28' 44''
182 DOWSETT Alex MOVISTAR + 01h 34' 45''
183 MATTHEWS Michael ORICA-GREENEDGE + 01h 42' 47''

Stage 10 map and profile:

stage 10 map

Stage 10 map

Stage 10 profile

Stage 10 profile

Stage 10 video

This video was posted by Movistar with footage from the riders' on-board movie cameras.

Stage 10 photos by Fotoreporter Sirotti:

Panorama

A spectacular day in the Pyrenees

Chris Froome

Chris Froome has dropped everyone on the final climb.

Chris Froome

Froome rides alone where the air is thin.

Richie porte and Nairo Quintana

Nairo Quintana and Richie Porte follow.

Robert Gesink

Robert Gesink has been caught and passed.

Alejandro Valverde adn Geraint Thomas

Alejandro Valverde leads Geraint Thomas

Tejay van Gardeen and Tony Gallopin

Tony Gallopin and Tejay van Garderen

Alberto Contador

Alberto Contador

Pierre Rolland

Pierre Rolland

Adam Yates

Adam Yates

Rafael Valls

Rafael Valls

Jacob Fugsang

Jacob Fuglsang

Serge Pauwels and Warren Barguil

Serge Pauwels and Warren Barguil

Samuel Sanchez

Samuel Sanchez

Tanel kangert and Vncenzo Nibali

Tanel Kangert leads Vincenzo Nibali, who had a bad day in the mountains today.

Jean-Christophe Peraud and Thomas Voeckler

Thomas Voeckler (left) and Jean-Christophe Peraud

Rigoberto Uran

Rigoberto Uran

Michael Rogers

Michael Rogers

Chris Froome wins stage 10

Chris Froome handily wins stage 10

Richie Porte

Richie Porte comes in second

Nairo Quintana

Nairo Quintana was third

Chris Froome

Chris Froome spends another day in a well-earned yellow jersey.

Andre Greipel

André Greipel is back in green.

Chris Froome

Froome leads the climbers' classification now.

Nairo Quintana

Nairo Quintana took over leadership in the young rider classification from Peter Sagan.

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