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2018 Tour de France
105th edition: July 7 - 29, 2018

Stage 10, Tuesday July 17:
Annecy - Le Grand Bornand

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Tuesday, July 17: Stage 10, Annecy - Le Grand Bornand, 158.5 km

Stage 10 map & profile | Stage 10 photos

Julian Alaphilippe

Julian Alaphilippe takes a solo win at Le Grand Bornand. Getty Sports photo

Rated ascents:

Weather at the finish at Le Grand Bornand at 1:30 PM, local time: 24C (76F), partly cloudy with the wind from the NNW at 11 km/hr (7 mph). A small chance of rain in the late afternoon.

The race: 165 riders began stage 10 at 1:39 PM.

Here's the organizer's telling of the day's racing:

Julian Alaphilippe of Quick Step Floors claimed his first ever Tour de France stage win after he took his first classic earlier this year with the Flèche wallonne. It’s the first French victory of the 105th Tour de France as stage 10 was the first in the mountains. But the inaugural mountain stage didn’t impact the hierarchy of the overall ranking. Greg Van Avermaet even retained the yellow jersey as part of the breakaway that went from far out.

165 riders started stage 10 at Annecy. 2 non-starters: Alexis Vuillermoz (AG2R-La Mondiale) and Jens Keukeleire (Lotto-Soudal). After Julian Alaphilippe (Quick Step) and Florian Vachon (Fortuneo-Samsic) got brought back after 10km of racing, Sylvain Chavanel (Direct Energie) rode away with Thomas Degand (Wanty-Groupe Gobert) and Marcus Burghardt (Bora-Hansgrohe).

A group of 21 riders was formed in several moves between the col de Bluffy (km 19) and the intermediate sprint won by Peter Sagan at km 29. It comprised Tony Gallopin (AG2R), Elie Gesbert and Amaël Moinard (Cofidis), Ion Izagirre (Bahrain-Merida), Jack Bauer and Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott), Greg Van Avermaet (BMC), Alaphilippe and Philippe Gilbert (Quick Step), Sagan and Lukas Pöstlberger (Bora-Hansgrohe), Serge Pauwels and Tom-Jelte Slagter (Dimension Data), David Gaudu, Rudy Molard and Arthur Vichot (Groupama-FDJ), Robert Gesink (LottoNL-Jumbo), Lilian Calmejane and Rein Taaramäe (Direct Energie), Guillaume Martin and Degand (Wanty-Groupe Gobert).

The group split up the col de la Croix-Fry, the first cat. 1 KOM of the 105th Tour de France, Molard beating Taaramäe at the top. Gaudu led the charge but was overtaken by Alaphilippe before the first H.C. KOM at Plateau des Glières. The winner of the Flèche wallonne forged on by himself on the 1.8km long dirt road where Chris Froome (Sky) had a flat tyre before returning to the main peloton. The difference between the fifteen riders regrouped at the front and the bunch led by Team Sky was 6’40’’ with 90km to go. The gap kept increasing in the long downhill to the valley. 8 minutes was the maximum difference as 18 riders regrouped at the front, Bauer, Sagan and Pöstlberger being successively reeled in.

Taaramäe attacked 7km before the summit of col de Romme while Warren Barguil (Fortuneo-Samsic) rode away from the peloton by himself. Alaphilippe rejoined Taaramäe with 4km to go to the top of the hill. The Quick Step rider went solo to crest in first position, 15’’ ahead of the Estonian. He increased his advantage in the downhill and in the following ascent to col de la Colombière. He passed the last climb with 1’30’’ lead over the first chaser Ion Izagirre. He didn’t make any mistake in the descent to Le Grand-Bornand and had time to enjoy his first Tour de France victory. Fourth on the line, Van Avermaet who was designated the most combative rider of the day courageously retained the yellow jersey in the first Alpine stage.

Here are our stage 10 live updates:

Km 40: Climbing the first-category Croix Fry, there are 21 riders who are 2min 40sec ahead of the Sky-led peloton. GC leader Greg van Avermaet is in the front group. As expected, even as I write this the lead group is breaking up.

The intermediate sprint at km 29 was won by Peter Sagan.

Km 50: Rudy Molard (Groupama-FDJ) was first over the Croix Fry.

On the descent there are eight riders in front: Moinard, Van Avermaet, Gilbert, Pöstlberger, Pauwels, Molard, Gaudu and Taaramäe. Another twelve racers are 39 seconds back. The peloton is four minutes behind the leading eight.

Km 60: The eight leaders have begun ascending the Hors Category Monté du Plateau des Glières. Just after the riders crest the climb, they will encounter 1.8 kilometers of dirt road. The last time the Tour went over an unpaved road was in 1987 when the riders went over the Col du Coq.

Km 85: Julian Alaphilippe was the first to the top of the Plateau des Glières. On the dirt section that followed Chris Froome flatted, but teammate Jonathan Castroviejo gave him a wheel and Froome was quickly back in the pack.

There are now 15 riders in the front group, including Yellow Jersey Greg van Avermaet. The peloton with Chris Froome and Peter Sagan is 7min 31sec back.

Km 110: The front group of now 18 riders is 6min 51sec ahead of the peloton.

Km 128: Julian Alaphilippe was first over the Col de Romme. Fifteen seconds later Rein Taaramae went over, followed by Sege Pauwels. 45 seconds after Alaphilippe, a small group with Greg van Avermaet crested the mountain. The peloton is 5min 36sec behind Alaphilippe.

Km 138: At the start of the the Colombière Julian Alaphilippe is 15 seconds ahead of Rein Taaramae. This should be an interesting duel.

Km 150: Alaphilippe as the first over the Colombière with Jon Izagirre 1min 30sec back and Rein Taaramae 2min behind Alaphilippe. Greg van Avermaet went over at 2min 35sec and looks to keep his Yellow Jersey another day.

The finish: Julian Alaphilippe wins his first Tour de Frace stage.

Complete results:

Stage 10 photos

158.5 kilometers raced at an average speed of 35.826 km/hr

1 JULIAN ALAPHILIPPE Quick-Step Floors 4hr 25min 27sec
2 JON IZAGUIRRE Bahrain-Merida +@ 1min 34sec
3 REIN TAARAMÄE Direct Energie + 01' 40''
4 GREG VAN AVERMAET BMC + 01' 44''
5 SERGE PAUWELS Dimension Data s.t.
6 LILIAN CALMEJANE Direct Energie + 02' 24''
7 DANIEL MARTIN UAE-Team Emirates + 03' 23''
8 PRIMOŽ ROGLIC LottoNL-Jumbo s.t.
9 DAVID GAUDU Groupama-FDJ s.t.
10 GERAINT THOMAS Sky s.t.
11 ROMAIN BARDET Ag2r La Mondiale s.t.
12 STEVEN KRUIJSWIJK LottoNL-Jumbo s.t.
13 ADAM YATES Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
14 JAKOB FUGLSANG Astana s.t.
15 CHRIS FROOME Sky s.t.
16 TOM DUMOULIN Team Sunweb s.t.
17 ALEJANDRO VALVERDE Movistar s.t.
18 NAIRO QUINTANA Movistar s.t.
19 VINCENZO NIBALI Bahrain-Merida s.t.
20 MIKEL LANDA MEANA Movistar s.t.
21 RUDY MOLARD Groupama-FDJ s.t.
22 PIERRE ROGER LATOUR Ag2r La Mondiale s.t.
23 GUILLAUME MARTIN Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 03' 28''
24 EGAN ARLEY BERNAL Sky s.t.
25 ROBERT GESINK LottoNL-Jumbo + 03' 55''
26 BOB JUNGELS Quick-Step Floors + 04' 14''
27 DAMIANO CARUSO BMC s.t.
28 DOMENICO POZZOVIVO Bahrain-Merida s.t.
29 MIKEL NIEVE Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
30 BAUKE MOLLEMA Trek-Segafredo s.t.
31 ILNUR ZAKARIN Katusha-Alpecin s.t.
32 RAFAL MAJKA Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
33 WOUT POELS Sky + 04' 26''
34 RIGOBERTO URAN EF Education First-Drapac + 05' 59''
35 TANEL KANGERT Astana + 08' 14''
36 ANTWAN TOLHOEK LottoNL-Jumbo s.t.
37 ARTHUR VICHOT Groupama-FDJ + 09' 47''
38 LAURENS TEN DAM Team Sunweb + 10' 52''
39 JESUS HERRADA Cofidis s.t.
40 JULIEN BERNARD Trek-Segafredo s.t.
41 IAN BOSWELL Katusha-Alpecin s.t.
42 MATHIAS FRANK Ag2r La Mondiale s.t.
43 JESPER HANSEN Astana s.t.
44 TEJAY VAN GARDEREN BMC s.t.
45 GORKA IZAGUIRRE Bahrain-Merida s.t.
46 WARREN BARGUIL Forutneo-Samsic + 10' 57''
47 DAMIEN HOWSON Mitchelton-Scott + 11' 25''
48 MICHAL KWIATKOWSKI Sky s.t.
49 MAXIME BOUET Forutneo-Samsic + 12' 11''
50 TOM-JELTE SLAGTER Dimension Data s.t.
51 KRISTIJAN ÐURASEK UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
52 AMAEL MOINARD Forutneo-Samsic s.t.
53 ELIE GESBERT Forutneo-Samsic + 14' 54''
54 SØREN KRAGH ANDERSEN Team Sunweb + 15' 02''
55 SIMON GESCHKE Team Sunweb + 15' 03''
56 THOMAS DEGAND Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 17' 42''
57 JHON DARWIN ATAPUMA UAE-Team Emirates + 17' 47''
58 TONY GALLOPIN Ag2r La Mondiale + 18' 25''
59 NIKIAS ARNDT Team Sunweb + 18' 52''
60 STEFAN KÜNG BMC s.t.
61 ANDREA PASQUALON Wanty-Groupe Gobert s.t.
62 JASPER STUYVEN Trek-Segafredo s.t.
63 MARCO MINNAARD Wanty-Groupe Gobert s.t.
64 TOBIAS LUDVIGSSON Groupama-FDJ s.t.
65 CHAD HAGA Team Sunweb s.t.
66 DANIEL FELIPE MARTINEZ EF Education First-Drapac s.t.
67 PAVEL KOCHETKOV Katusha-Alpecin s.t.
68 FRANCO PELLIZOTTI Bahrain-Merida s.t.
69 SYLVAIN CHAVANEL Direct Energie s.t.
70 KOEN DE KORT Trek-Segafredo s.t.
71 SIMON CLARKE EF Education First-Drapac s.t.
72 DARYL IMPEY Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
73 MICHAEL VALGREN ANDERSEN Astana s.t.
74 PIERRE ROLLAND EF Education First-Drapac s.t.
75 ANDREY AMADOR Movistar s.t.
76 OMAR FRAILE Astana s.t.
77 JONATHAN CASTROVIEJO Sky s.t.
78 NICOLAS EDET Cofidis + 21' 28''
79 ANTHONY PEREZ Cofidis s.t.
80 THOMAS DE GENDT Lotto-Soudal s.t.
81 TOMS SKUJINS Trek-Segafredo s.t.
82 PAUL MARTENS LottoNL-Jumbo s.t.
83 PATRICK BEVIN BMC s.t.
84 MICHAEL GOGL Trek-Segafredo + 21' 33''
85 MICHAEL SCHÄR BMC + 22' 36''
86 YOANN OFFREDO Wanty-Groupe Gobert s.t.
87 PHILIPPE GILBERT Quick-Step Floors s.t.
88 MARC SOLER Movistar + 24' 28''
89 SILVAN DILLIER Ag2r La Mondiale + 25' 03''
90 ANTHONY TURGIS Cofidis s.t.
91 EDWARD THEUNS Team Sunweb s.t.
92 LAURENT PICHON Forutneo-Samsic s.t.
93 KEVIN LEDANOIS Forutneo-Samsic s.t.
94 DIMITRI CLAEYS Cofidis s.t.
95 SIMON GERRANS BMC s.t.
96 OLIVER NAESEN Ag2r La Mondiale s.t.
97 TIM DECLERCQ Quick-Step Floors s.t.
98 TOMASZ MARCZYNSKI Lotto-Soudal s.t.
99 YVES LAMPAERT Quick-Step Floors s.t.
100 JELLE VANENDERT Lotto-Soudal s.t.
101 FLORIAN VACHON Forutneo-Samsic s.t.
102 IMANOL ERVITI Movistar s.t.
103 RORY SUTHERLAND UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
104 PAWEL POLJANSKI Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
105 DION SMITH Wanty-Groupe Gobert s.t.
106 DANIEL NAVARRO Cofidis s.t.
107 MAGNUS CORT NIELSEN Astana s.t.
108 JULIEN SIMON Cofidis s.t.
109 ROMAIN SICARD Direct Energie s.t.
110 GREGOR MÜHLBERGER Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
111 DMITRIY GRUZDEV Astana s.t.
112 SONNY COLBRELLI Bahrain-Merida s.t.
113 LUKE DURBRIDGE Mitchelton-Scott + 25' 23''
114 MATHEW HAYMAN Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
115 PETER SAGAN Bora-hansgrohe + 26' 29''
116 DANIEL OSS Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
117 MARCO MARCATO UAE-Team Emirates + 27' 50''
118 NILS POLITT Katusha-Alpecin s.t.
119 TAYLOR PHINNEY EF Education First-Drapac s.t.
120 REINARDT VAN RENSBURG Dimension Data s.t.
121 ALEXANDER KRISTOFF UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
122 EDVALD BOASSON HAGEN Dimension Data s.t.
123 JOHN DEGENKOLB Trek-Segafredo s.t.
124 RAMON SINKELDAM Groupama-FDJ s.t.
125 MARCEL SIEBERG Lotto-Soudal s.t.
126 JASPER DE BUYST Lotto-Soudal s.t.
127 NIKI TERPSTRA Quick-Step Floors s.t.
128 OLIVIERO TROIA UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
129 LUKAS PÖSTLBERGER Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
130 MARCUS BURGHARDT Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
131 FERNANDO GAVIRIA Quick-Step Floors s.t.
132 ANDRÉ GREIPEL Lotto-Soudal s.t.
133 JACOPO GUARNIERI Groupama-FDJ s.t.
134 LUKE ROWE Sky s.t.
135 JAY ROBERT THOMSON Dimension Data s.t.
136 CHRISTOPHE LAPORTE Cofidis s.t.
137 FABIEN GRELLIER Direct Energie s.t.
138 GIANNI MOSCON Sky s.t.
139 THOMAS BOUDAT Direct Energie s.t.
140 KRISTIJAN KOREN Bahrain-Merida s.t.
141 MACIEJ BODNAR Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
142 HEINRICH HAUSSLER Bahrain-Merida s.t.
143 JEROME COUSIN Direct Energie s.t.
144 OLIVIER LE GAC Groupama-FDJ s.t.
145 TOM SCULLY EF Education First-Drapac s.t.
146 ARNAUD DEMARE Groupama-FDJ s.t.
147 MAXIMILIANO ARIEL RICHEZE Quick-Step Floors s.t.
148 DAMIEN GAUDIN Direct Energie s.t.
149 SEP VANMARCKE EF Education First-Drapac s.t.
150 DANIELE BENNATI Movistar s.t.
151 ROMAIN HARDY Forutneo-Samsic s.t.
152 ROBERTO FERRARI UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
153 LAWSON CRADDOCK EF Education First-Drapac s.t.
154 JACK BAUER Mitchelton-Scott + 29' 56''
155 JULIEN VERMOTE Dimension Data + 34' 02''
156 GUILLAUME VAN KEIRSBULCK Wanty-Groupe Gobert s.t.
157 AMUND GRØNDAHL JANSEN LottoNL-Jumbo s.t.
158 TIMOTHY DUPONT Wanty-Groupe Gobert s.t.
159 MARK CAVENDISH Dimension Data s.t.
160 TIMO ROOSEN LottoNL-Jumbo s.t.
161 RICK ZABEL Katusha-Alpecin s.t.
162 MARCEL KITTEL Katusha-Alpecin s.t.
163 MICHAEL HEPBURN Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
164 DYLAN GROENEWEGEN LottoNL-Jumbo s.t.
165 MARK RENSHAW Dimension Data s.t.

GC after stage 10:

1,726.5 kilometers raced so far at an average speed of 42.551 km/hr

1 GREG VAN AVERMAET BMC 40hr 34min 28sec
2 GERAINT THOMAS Sky @ 2min 22sec
3 ALEJANDRO VALVERDE Movistar + 03' 10''
4 JAKOB FUGLSANG Astana + 03' 12''
5 BOB JUNGELS Quick-Step Floors + 03' 20''
6 CHRIS FROOME Sky + 03' 21''
7 ADAM YATES Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
8 MIKEL LANDA Movistar s.t.
9 VINCENZO NIBALI Bahrain-Merida + 03' 27''
10 PRIMOŽ ROGLIC LottoNL-Jumbo + 03' 36''
11 TOM DUMOULIN Team Sunweb + 03' 42''
12 STEVEN KRUIJSWIJK LottoNL-Jumbo + 03' 45''
13 RAFAL MAJKA Bora-hansgrohe + 04' 02''
14 ROMAIN BARDET Ag2r La Mondiale + 04' 11''
15 BAUKE MOLLEMA Trek-Segafredo + 04' 28''
16 NAIRO QUINTANA Movistar + 04' 29''
17 DANIEL MARTIN UAE-Team Emirates + 05' 01''
18 ILNUR ZAKARIN Katusha-Alpecin + 05' 12''
19 SERGE PAUWELS Dimension Data s.t.
20 DOMENICO POZZOVIVO Bahrain-Merida + 05' 18''
21 LILIAN CALMEJANE Direct Energie + 05' 41''
22 RIGOBERTO URAN EF Education First-Drapac + 07' 08''
23 MIKEL NIEVE Mitchelton-Scott + 07' 11''
24 JON IZAGUIRRE Bahrain-Merida + 08' 06''
25 PIERRE ROGER LATOUR Ag2r La Mondiale + 10' 59''
26 WARREN BARGUIL Forutneo-Samsic + 11' 50''
27 DAMIANO CARUSO BMC + 11' 51''
28 JULIAN ALAPHILIPPE Quick-Step Floors + 12' 05''
29 GUILLAUME MARTIN Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 12' 53''
30 TANEL KANGERT Astana + 13' 09''
31 SØREN KRAGH ANDERSEN Team Sunweb + 15' 01''
32 TEJAY VAN GARDEREN BMC + 15' 13''
33 MAXIME BOUET Forutneo-Samsic + 17' 27''
34 AMAEL MOINARD Forutneo-Samsic + 19' 33''
35 EGAN ARLEY BERNAL Sky + 19' 46''
36 KRISTIJAN ÐURASEK UAE-Team Emirates + 19' 58''
37 JULIEN BERNARD Trek-Segafredo + 21' 21''
38 PIERRE ROLLAND EF Education First-Drapac + 21' 29''
39 PHILIPPE GILBERT Quick-Step Floors + 21' 36''
40 SYLVAIN CHAVANEL Direct Energie + 21' 50''
41 SIMON GESCHKE Team Sunweb + 22' 56''
42 ROBERT GESINK LottoNL-Jumbo + 23' 33''
43 DARYL IMPEY Mitchelton-Scott + 24' 02''
44 REIN TAARAMÄE Direct Energie + 24' 03''
45 RUDY MOLARD Groupama-FDJ + 25' 49''
46 DAVID GAUDU Groupama-FDJ + 26' 41''
47 ARTHUR VICHOT Groupama-FDJ + 27' 23''
48 TOM-JELTE SLAGTER Dimension Data + 27' 46''
49 PETER SAGAN Bora-hansgrohe + 27' 53''
50 JASPER STUYVEN Trek-Segafredo + 29' 08''
51 MATHIAS FRANK Ag2r La Mondiale + 30' 30''
52 STEFAN KÜNG BMC + 30' 58''
53 CHAD HAGA Team Sunweb + 32' 06''
54 EDVALD BOASSON HAGEN Dimension Data + 32' 11''
55 TONY GALLOPIN Ag2r La Mondiale + 32' 14''
56 ANDREY AMADOR Movistar + 32' 55''
57 MAGNUS CORT NIELSEN Astana + 33' 38''
58 GORKA IZAGUIRRE Bahrain-Merida + 33' 55''
59 OLIVER NAESEN Ag2r La Mondiale + 34' 35''
60 THOMAS BOUDAT Direct Energie + 34' 49''
61 OMAR FRAILE Astana + 34' 58''
62 MARCUS BURGHARDT Bora-hansgrohe + 34' 59''
63 PAVEL KOCHETKOV Katusha-Alpecin + 35' 39''
64 ANDREA PASQUALON Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 37' 46''
65 FRANCO PELLIZOTTI Bahrain-Merida + 37' 54''
66 MARCO MINNAARD Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 38' 25''
67 KOEN DE KORT Trek-Segafredo + 38' 41''
68 MICHAL KWIATKOWSKI Sky + 40' 05''
69 THOMAS DEGAND Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 40' 19''
70 NILS POLITT Katusha-Alpecin + 40' 31''
71 LAURENS TEN DAM Team Sunweb + 41' 38''
72 JOHN DEGENKOLB Trek-Segafredo + 41' 50''
73 MICHAEL GOGL Trek-Segafredo + 41' 54''
74 REINARDT VAN RENSBURG Dimension Data + 42' 22''
75 EDWARD THEUNS Team Sunweb + 43' 38''
76 JULIEN SIMON Cofidis + 43' 48''
77 DANIEL FELIPE MARTINEZ EF Education First-Drapac + 43' 55''
78 TOBIAS LUDVIGSSON Groupama-FDJ + 44' 14''
79 ALEXANDER KRISTOFF UAE-Team Emirates + 44' 20''
80 JELLE VANENDERT Lotto-Soudal + 44' 22''
81 JESUS HERRADA Cofidis + 45' 00''
82 YVES LAMPAERT Quick-Step Floors + 45' 09''
83 SONNY COLBRELLI Bahrain-Merida + 45' 31''
84 NIKIAS ARNDT Team Sunweb + 46' 22''
85 WOUT POELS Sky + 46' 35''
86 IMANOL ERVITI Movistar + 46' 39''
87 ANTWAN TOLHOEK LottoNL-Jumbo + 47' 03''
88 MICHAEL VALGREN ANDERSEN Astana + 47' 25''
89 DANIEL OSS Bora-hansgrohe + 47' 39''
90 PAUL MARTENS LottoNL-Jumbo + 48' 03''
91 JHON DARWIN ATAPUMA UAE-Team Emirates + 48' 46''
92 TOMS SKUJINS Trek-Segafredo + 48' 55''
93 SEP VANMARCKE EF Education First-Drapac + 49' 12''
94 MARC SOLER Movistar + 49' 20''
95 NICOLAS EDET Cofidis + 49' 52''
96 FERNANDO GAVIRIA Quick-Step Floors + 50' 07''
97 LUKE DURBRIDGE Mitchelton-Scott + 50' 17''
98 YOANN OFFREDO Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 50' 29''
99 MATHEW HAYMAN Mitchelton-Scott + 50' 31''
100 THOMAS DE GENDT Lotto-Soudal s.t.
101 ELIE GESBERT Forutneo-Samsic + 50' 50''
102 ROMAIN HARDY Forutneo-Samsic + 50' 54''
103 ROMAIN SICARD Direct Energie + 50' 55''
104 KRISTIJAN KOREN Bahrain-Merida + 51' 10''
105 GREGOR MÜHLBERGER Bora-hansgrohe + 51' 35''
106 FLORIAN VACHON Forutneo-Samsic + 51' 40''
107 MARCO MARCATO UAE-Team Emirates + 52' 37''
108 SILVAN DILLIER Ag2r La Mondiale + 52' 37''
109 DION SMITH Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 53' 54''
110 JEROME COUSIN Direct Energie + 54' 14''
111 SIMON CLARKE EF Education First-Drapac + 54' 34''
112 HEINRICH HAUSSLER Bahrain-Merida + 54' 38''
113 LAURENT PICHON Forutneo-Samsic + 54' 41''
114 JACK BAUER Mitchelton-Scott + 55' 32''
115 PAWEL POLJANSKI Bora-hansgrohe + 55' 59''
116 IAN BOSWELL Katusha-Alpecin + 56' 09''
117 DMITRIY GRUZDEV Astana + 56' 20''
118 GIANNI MOSCON Sky + 58' 31''
119 JESPER HANSEN Astana + 59' 29''
120 TOMASZ MARCZYNSKI Lotto-Soudal + 01H 00' 22''
121 JULIEN VERMOTE Dimension Data + 01H 00' 23''
122 TIM DECLERCQ Quick-Step Floors + 01H 01' 34''
123 LUKAS PÖSTLBERGER Bora-hansgrohe + 01H 01' 37''
124 RAMON SINKELDAM Groupama-FDJ + 01H 01' 42''
125 TOM SCULLY EF Education First-Drapac + 01H 01' 59''
126 NIKI TERPSTRA Quick-Step Floors + 01H 02' 10''
127 MICHAEL SCHÄR BMC + 01H 02' 12''
128 ARNAUD DEMARE Groupama-FDJ + 01H 02' 21''
129 MAXIMILIANO ARIEL RICHEZE Quick-Step Floors + 01H 02' 30''
130 OLIVIER LE GAC Groupama-FDJ + 01H 02' 54''
131 DAMIEN HOWSON Mitchelton-Scott + 01H 02' 55''
132 OLIVIERO TROIA UAE-Team Emirates + 01H 02' 56''
133 ANDRÉ GREIPEL Lotto-Soudal + 01H 03' 30''
134 PATRICK BEVIN BMC + 01H 03' 34''
135 MICHAEL HEPBURN Mitchelton-Scott + 01H 04' 42''
136 SIMON GERRANS BMC + 01H 04' 56''
137 KEVIN LEDANOIS Forutneo-Samsic + 01H 05' 26''
138 JONATHAN CASTROVIEJO Sky + 01H 05' 46''
139 TAYLOR PHINNEY EF Education First-Drapac + 01H 06' 11''
140 TIMOTHY DUPONT Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 01H 07' 08''
141 ROBERTO FERRARI UAE-Team Emirates + 01H 07' 15''
142 LUKE ROWE Sky + 01H 08' 03''
143 DANIEL NAVARRO Cofidis + 01H 08' 22''
144 MARCEL SIEBERG Lotto-Soudal + 01H 09' 00''
145 DAMIEN GAUDIN Direct Energie + 01H 09' 25''
146 ANTHONY PEREZ Cofidis + 01H 09' 28''
147 CHRISTOPHE LAPORTE Cofidis + 01H 09' 49''
148 MARK CAVENDISH Dimension Data + 01H 11' 00''
149 GUILLAUME VAN KEIRSBULCK Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 01H 11' 19''
150 DANIELE BENNATI Movistar + 01H 11' 19''
151 RORY SUTHERLAND UAE-Team Emirates + 01H 11' 39''
152 MACIEJ BODNAR Bora-hansgrohe + 01H 12' 01''
153 FABIEN GRELLIER Direct Energie + 01H 15' 49''
154 DIMITRI CLAEYS Cofidis + 01H 16' 17''
155 JACOPO GUARNIERI Groupama-FDJ + 01H 16' 23''
156 RICK ZABEL Katusha-Alpecin + 01H 19' 26''
157 JASPER DE BUYST Lotto-Soudal + 01H 20' 46''
158 ANTHONY TURGIS Cofidis + 01H 21' 24''
159 TIMO ROOSEN LottoNL-Jumbo + 01H 24' 49''
160 DYLAN GROENEWEGEN LottoNL-Jumbo + 01H 28' 09''
161 JAY ROBERT THOMSON Dimension Data + 01H 28' 35''
162 AMUND GRØNDAHL JANSEN LottoNL-Jumbo + 01H 29' 24''
163 MARK RENSHAW Dimension Data + 01H 29' 30''
164 MARCEL KITTEL Katusha-Alpecin + 01H 32' 16''
165 LAWSON CRADDOCK EF Education First-Drapac + 01H 46' 07''

Stage 10 map:

2018 Tour de france stage 10 map

Stage 10 profile:

2018 Tour de France stage 10 profile

Stage 10 photos by Fotoreporter Sirotti:

Panorama

We've got a far different landscape now than we had with Sunday's cobbles,

Dylan Groenewegen

making it tough for masters of the big sprints like Dylan Groenewegen

Team Sky

Team Sky leads the peloton up the Croix Fry.

Juloan Alaphilippe

Julian Alaphilippe descends the Colombière on his way to winning the stage.

Tamarae & Izaguirre

Rein Taaramae & Jon Izaguirre are losing ground as they chase Alaphilippe.

Greg van avermaet

Not very far behind is race leader Greg van Avermaet. He'll start stage 11 in yellow.

Julian Alaphilippe

The stage is Julian Alaphilippe's

Julian Alphilippe

Alaphilippe enjoys his well-earned victory.

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