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

Stage 17, Wednesday, July 25:
Bagnères de Luchon - St. Lary Soulon Col du Portet

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Wednesday, July 25: Stage 17, Bagnères de Luchon - St. Lary Soulon Col du Portet, 65 km

Stage 17 map & profile | Stage 17 photos

Nairo Quintana

Nairo Quintana takes a solo win at St. Lary Soulon.

stage 17 mountainsRated ascents:

Weather at Saint-Lary Soulan at 2:00 PM, local time: 27C (80F), mostly cloudy with the wind from the north at 6 km/hr (4 mph). Thunderstorms are possible in the late afternoon.

Organizer's Stage 17 preview: Stage 17 is a mountain stage designed purely for attackers. It’s been thirty years since such a short stage wasn’t put on the map: 38km from Tarbes to Pau but it was a morning half-stage won by Adrie Van der Poel (ten years after Bernard Hinault put the peloton on strike to protest against the split stages on the same day). 65km in the mountains is unprecedented.

Pre-race operations will offer a new kind of spectacle, including the necessary warm-up session because it’s the col de Peyresourde to start with! It’s not the hardest climb but it can make a difference from the gun, especially if some domestiques can’t make it back to the front of the bunch on time. Moreover, the final ascent is a grueling one. The col du Portet has been asphalted just a few weeks before the Tour. It’s the Souvenir Henri Desgrange, the highest peak of the whole race (at 2215m of altitude, 100 meters taller than the Tourmalet), just as hard as the Mont Ventoux! It’s a big test for race leader Geraint Thomas with runner up Chris Froome ready to take over, if needed.

It's an unprecedented start today, on a Formula 1-type grit, with the first riders on GC starting at the front according to their ranking. There's no neutral zone. After 100 metres of racing, it'll be the beginning of the ascent to col de Peyresourde.

The race: 146 riders began stage 17 at 3:15 PM, local time.

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

Nairo Quintana claimed the 19th Colombian stage victory at the Tour de France and the third this year after two bunch sprints by Fernando Gaviria, making the South American nation the most successful so far. The Movistar climber took the highest summit of the 105th edition in a solo move in the last climb to col du Portet. Geraint Thomas extended his lead in the overall ranking.

146 riders took the start of the 65-km long Pyrenean stage in Bagnères-de-Luchon. One non-starter: Philippe Gilbert (Quick Step). The top 10 riders on GC had a special position on the starting grit but Tanel Kangert (Astana) was the first attacker in the first kilometre. Nicolas Edet (Cofidis) was first to rejoin him but 5km before the first summit at Peyragudes, Kangert was alone in the lead again with an advantage of 25’’ over Jesus Herrada (Cofidis), Kristijan Durasek (UAE Team Emirates) and Julian Alaphilippe (Quick Step) who continued his quest for the King of the Mountain title. The Frenchman was second to the Estonian at the top.

Alaphilippe and Durasek rejoined Kangert two kilometres before the intermediate sprint at Loudenvielle (km 27.5) where the Astana rider passed in first position. Three minutes behind the leading trio, Pierre Latour was first to up the tempo for AG2R-La Mondiale 6km before the top summit of Val Louron, the second category 1 KOM of the day. Durasek lost contact with Alaphilippe and Kangert who crested the col de Val Louron in that order. 15km before the finish line at col du Portet, Kangert found himself alone in the lead again. Dan Martin (UAE Team Emirates) and Nairo Quintana (Movistar) attacked from the yellow jersey group. Chris Froome reacted to an attack by Primoz Roglic (LottoNL-Jumbo) but Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) eventually brought the yellow jersey back.

With 10km to go, Kangert had 50’’ lead over Alejandro Valverde, Quintana (Movistar) and Rafal Majka (Bora-Hansgrohe) and 1’30’’ over the yellow jersey group. Quintana and Majka seized the command of the race with 8.5km to go.

6.5km before the finish, Quintana rode away solo. Dan Martin (UAE Team Emirates) didn’t manage to bridge the gap to the Colombian. Romain Bardet (AG2R-La Mondiale) lost contact with the yellow jersey group. Froome also couldn’t hold the pace when Roglic sped up again with 1.5km to go but Thomas kept the situation under control and put up the fastest ride of the favourites in the last 300 metres. Tom Dumoulin moved into second place in the overall ranking behind the Welshman from Team Sky.

Here are our stage 17 live updates:

As expected, the peloton broke up immediately. After nine kilometers, 21 riders in three groups are ahead of the Yellow Jersey group. Tanel Kangert is alone in front and is 17 seconds ahead of a group of four containing KOM Julian Alaphilippe.

Km 19: Tanel Kangert was first over the Monté de Peyragudes followed by KOM Julian Alaphilippe fifteen seconds later with Jesus Herrada and Kristijan Durasek right with him.

Nairo Quintana had a mechanical. Teammate Andrey Amador gave him a wheel and he was quickly back with the peloton, which is 3min 28sec behind Kangert.

Km 25: Kangert was caught by Alaphilippe and Durasek on the descent.

The trio is 42 seconds ahead of a lone chasing Jesus Herrada. 70 seconds behind the Kangert trio is a group of 11 with Adam Yates, Bauke Mollema, Rafal Majka and Alejandro Valverde. The Yellow Jersey group is 3min 30sec behind the Kangert group.

Km 42: Tanel Kangert won the intermediate sprint at km 27.5. But of course, Polka-Dot jersey owner Julian Alaphilippe was first over the Col de Val Louron-Azet. The Valverde group followed at 35 seconds and the Yellow Jersey Group at 2min 10sec.

Peter Sagan crashed on the descent.

Km 59: On the slopes of the Col du Portet Nairo Quintana is off the front, 26 seconds ahead of a hard-chasing Rafal Majka. Dan Martin is only a few seconds further back. The Yellow Jersey group is 1min 11sec behind Quintana. Romain Bardet was dropped by the Yellow Jersey Group.

Peter Sagan is almost 13 minutes back.

Km 62: Nairo Quintana remains off the front, 25 seconds ahead of Dan Martin. Rafal Majka has joined the Yellow Jersey group, a minute back.

The finish: Nairo Quintana won the stage with Dan Martin coming in 28 seconds later. Geraint Thomas was third at 47 seconds.

Complete Results:

Stage 17 photos

65 kilometers raced at an average speed of 27.572 km/hr

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

GC after stage 17:

2,830.5 kilometers raced so far at an average speed of 40.109 km/hr

1 GERAINT THOMAS Sky 70hr 34min 11sec
2 TOM DUMOULIN Team Sunweb @ 1min 59sec
3 CHRIS FROOME Sky + 02' 31''
4 PRIMOŽ ROGLIC LottoNL-Jumbo + 02' 47''
5 NAIRO QUINTANA Movistar + 03' 30''
6 STEVEN KRUIJSWIJK LottoNL-Jumbo + 04' 19''
7 MIKEL LANDA Movistar + 04' 34''
8 ROMAIN BARDET Ag2r La Mondiale + 05' 13''
9 DANIEL MARTIN UAE-Team Emirates + 06' 33''
10 JAKOB FUGLSANG Astana + 09' 31''
11 ALEJANDRO VALVERDE Movistar + 11' 25''
12 ILNUR ZAKARIN Katusha-Alpecin + 11' 31''
13 BOB JUNGELS Quick-Step Floors + 14' 20''
14 PIERRE ROGER LATOUR Ag2r La Mondiale + 16' 03''
15 GUILLAUME MARTIN Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 22' 30''
16 EGAN ARLEY BERNAL Sky + 24' 34''
17 WARREN BARGUIL Fortuneo-Samsic + 26' 54''
18 BAUKE MOLLEMA Trek-Segafredo + 27' 22''
19 TANEL KANGERT Astana + 27' 35''
20 DAMIANO CARUSO BMC + 32' 56''
21 DOMENICO POZZOVIVO Bahrain-Merida + 33' 11''
22 GREG VAN AVERMAET BMC + 33' 47''
23 RAFAL MAJKA Bora-hansgrohe + 35' 08''
24 MIKEL NIEVE Mitchelton-Scott + 36' 13''
25 JON IZAGUIRRE Bahrain-Merida + 37' 24''
26 SIMON GESCHKE Team Sunweb + 41' 04''
27 LILIAN CALMEJANE Direct Energie + 43' 03''
28 GORKA IZAGUIRRE Bahrain-Merida + 43' 14''
29 ADAM YATES Mitchelton-Scott + 44' 05''
30 PIERRE ROLLAND EF Education First-Drapac + 45' 47''
31 JULIAN ALAPHILIPPE Quick-Step Floors + 01H 02' 49''
32 DANIEL FELIPE MARTINEZ EF Education First-Drapac + 01H 02' 51''
33 ROBERT GESINK LottoNL-Jumbo + 01H 05' 09''
34 JULIEN BERNARD Trek-Segafredo + 01H 07' 25''
35 TEJAY VAN GARDEREN BMC + 01H 08' 39''
36 RUDY MOLARD Groupama-FDJ + 01H 12' 06''
37 SYLVAIN CHAVANEL Direct Energie + 01H 13' 29''
38 DAVID GAUDU Groupama-FDJ + 01H 14' 08''
39 ARTHUR VICHOT Groupama-FDJ + 01H 15' 37''
40 MICHAEL VALGREN ANDERSEN Astana + 01H 21' 01''
41 AMAEL MOINARD Fortuneo-Samsic + 01H 21' 22''
42 NICOLAS EDET Cofidis + 01H 21' 26''
43 JESUS HERRADA Cofidis + 01H 23' 48''
44 DARYL IMPEY Mitchelton-Scott + 01H 23' 54''
45 KRISTIJAN ÐURASEK UAE-Team Emirates + 01H 25' 42''
46 ANTWAN TOLHOEK LottoNL-Jumbo + 01H 26' 02''
47 ANDREY AMADOR Movistar + 01H 28' 40''
48 MATHIAS FRANK Ag2r La Mondiale + 01H 31' 42''
49 OMAR FRAILE Astana + 01H 32' 41''
50 SØREN KRAGH ANDERSEN Team Sunweb + 01H 34' 04''
51 STEFAN KÜNG BMC + 01H 34' 20''
52 THOMAS DEGAND Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 01H 35' 24''
53 WOUT POELS Sky + 01H 36' 00''
54 MAXIME BOUET Fortuneo-Samsic + 01H 36' 36''
55 FRANCO PELLIZOTTI Bahrain-Merida + 01H 38' 02''
56 DANIEL NAVARRO Cofidis + 01H 40' 09''
57 LAURENS TEN DAM Team Sunweb + 01H 40' 14''
58 JASPER STUYVEN Trek-Segafredo + 01H 40' 16''
59 PAVEL KOCHETKOV Katusha-Alpecin + 01H 41' 19''
60 TOM-JELTE SLAGTER Dimension Data + 01H 41' 49''
61 MICHAL KWIATKOWSKI Sky + 01H 43' 17''
62 MARCO MINNAARD Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 01H 43' 57''
63 JESPER HANSEN Astana + 01H 47' 15''
64 THOMAS DE GENDT Lotto-Soudal + 01H 48' 09''
65 MARC SOLER Movistar + 01H 52' 05''
66 OLIVER NAESEN Ag2r La Mondiale + 01H 52' 43''
67 PETER SAGAN Bora-hansgrohe + 01H 53' 01''
68 JHON DARWIN ATAPUMA UAE-Team Emirates + 01H 54' 26''
69 MAGNUS CORT NIELSEN Astana + 01H 54' 53''
70 NIKIAS ARNDT Team Sunweb + 01H 58' 33''
71 TOBIAS LUDVIGSSON Groupama-FDJ + 02H 02' 02''
72 ROMAIN SICARD Direct Energie + 02H 03' 51''
73 CHAD HAGA Team Sunweb + 02H 04' 48''
74 GREGOR MÜHLBERGER Bora-hansgrohe + 02H 04' 57''
75 IAN BOSWELL Katusha-Alpecin + 02H 09' 28''
76 YVES LAMPAERT Quick-Step Floors + 02H 09' 43''
77 JULIEN VERMOTE Dimension Data + 02H 10' 29''
78 IMANOL ERVITI Movistar + 02H 12' 51''
79 KOEN DE KORT Trek-Segafredo + 02H 12' 54''
80 JONATHAN CASTROVIEJO Sky + 02H 12' 58''
81 JELLE VANENDERT Lotto-Soudal + 02H 13' 24''
82 PAUL MARTENS LottoNL-Jumbo + 02H 15' 09''
83 TOMS SKUJINS Trek-Segafredo + 02H 15' 49''
84 ANTHONY PEREZ Cofidis + 02H 16' 08''
85 SILVAN DILLIER Ag2r La Mondiale + 02H 16' 26''
86 EDVALD BOASSON HAGEN Dimension Data + 02H 18' 54''
87 ELIE GESBERT Fortuneo-Samsic + 02H 20' 07''
88 EDWARD THEUNS Team Sunweb + 02H 20' 42''
89 THOMAS BOUDAT Direct Energie + 02H 22' 24''
90 ANDREA PASQUALON Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 02H 23' 04''
91 NILS POLITT Katusha-Alpecin + 02H 24' 05''
92 YOANN OFFREDO Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 02H 25' 37''
93 MICHAEL SCHÄR BMC + 02H 25' 37''
94 PAWEL POLJANSKI Bora-hansgrohe + 02H 26' 59''
95 MARCUS BURGHARDT Bora-hansgrohe + 02H 28' 52''
96 JEROME COUSIN Direct Energie + 02H 29' 11''
97 KRISTIJAN KOREN Bahrain-Merida + 02H 32' 50''
98 JULIEN SIMON Cofidis + 02H 33' 10''
99 KEVIN LEDANOIS Fortuneo-Samsic + 02H 34' 21''
100 FLORIAN VACHON Fortuneo-Samsic + 02H 34' 55''
101 DION SMITH Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 02H 36' 10''
102 SIMON CLARKE EF Education First-Drapac + 02H 36' 13''
103 LAURENT PICHON Fortuneo-Samsic + 02H 36' 34''
104 RORY SUTHERLAND UAE-Team Emirates + 02H 37' 19''
105 SONNY COLBRELLI Bahrain-Merida + 02H 38' 15''
106 ROMAIN HARDY Fortuneo-Samsic + 02H 39' 12''
107 REINARDT VAN RENSBURG Dimension Data + 02H 39' 41''
108 DANIELE BENNATI Movistar + 02H 40' 39''
109 TOMASZ MARCZYNSKI Lotto-Soudal + 02H 41' 27''
110 MATHEW HAYMAN Mitchelton-Scott + 02H 41' 35''
111 JOHN DEGENKOLB Trek-Segafredo + 02H 43' 21''
112 SIMON GERRANS BMC + 02H 44' 29''
113 MICHAEL GOGL Trek-Segafredo + 02H 45' 07''
114 NIKI TERPSTRA Quick-Step Floors + 02H 46' 12''
115 SEP VANMARCKE EF Education First-Drapac + 02H 47' 06''
116 DANIEL OSS Bora-hansgrohe + 02H 47' 40''
117 ALEXANDER KRISTOFF UAE-Team Emirates + 02H 48' 34''
118 LUKE DURBRIDGE Mitchelton-Scott + 02H 52' 05''
119 JACK BAUER Mitchelton-Scott + 02H 54' 59''
120 MICHAEL HEPBURN Mitchelton-Scott + 02H 57' 11''
121 FABIEN GRELLIER Direct Energie + 02H 57' 16''
122 MARCO MARCATO UAE-Team Emirates + 02H 57' 17''
123 MACIEJ BODNAR Bora-hansgrohe + 02H 57' 50''
124 HEINRICH HAUSSLER Bahrain-Merida + 02H 58' 12''
125 GUILLAUME VAN KEIRSBULCK Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 02H 58' 18''
126 ANTHONY TURGIS Cofidis + 02H 58' 41''
127 OLIVIER LE GAC Groupama-FDJ + 03H 01' 23''
128 CHRISTOPHE LAPORTE Cofidis + 03H 03' 56''
129 LUKAS PÖSTLBERGER Bora-hansgrohe + 03H 05' 23''
130 TOM SCULLY EF Education First-Drapac + 03H 05' 32''
131 TIMOTHY DUPONT Wanty-Groupe Gobert + 03H 07' 05''
132 TAYLOR PHINNEY EF Education First-Drapac + 03H 07' 08''
133 LUKE ROWE Sky + 03H 08' 35''
134 OLIVIERO TROIA UAE-Team Emirates + 03H 09' 14''
135 DIMITRI CLAEYS Cofidis + 03H 09' 22''
136 RAMON SINKELDAM Groupama-FDJ + 03H 11' 14''
137 DAMIEN GAUDIN Direct Energie + 03H 11' 28''
138 MAXIMILIANO ARIEL RICHEZE Quick-Step Floors + 03H 14' 31''
139 ROBERTO FERRARI UAE-Team Emirates + 03H 15' 14''
140 ARNAUD DEMARE Groupama-FDJ + 03H 22' 23''
141 JASPER DE BUYST Lotto-Soudal + 03H 22' 58''
142 TIMO ROOSEN LottoNL-Jumbo + 03H 23' 24''
143 AMUND GRØNDAHL JANSEN LottoNL-Jumbo + 03H 25' 54''
144 JAY ROBERT THOMSON Dimension Data + 03H 26' 06''
145 JACOPO GUARNIERI Groupama-FDJ + 03H 27' 34''
146 LAWSON CRADDOCK EF Education First-Drapac + 03H 41' 40''

Stage 17 map:

2018 Tour de France stage 17 map

Stage 17 profile:

2018 Tour de france stage 17 profile

Stage 17 photos by Fotoreporter Sirotti:

Panorama

Another day in the big mountains.

Gegor Muhlberger

Gregor Muhlberger on the Col du Portet

Michal Kwiatkowski

Michal Kwiatkowski

Mikel Nieve

Mikel Nieve

Omar Fraile

Omar Fraile

Bob Jungels & Jasper Hansen

Bob Jungels leads Jesper Hansen.

Pierre Rolland

Pierre Rolland

Tanel Kangert and Alejandro Valverde

Tanel Kangert and Alejandro Valverde on the Col du Portet.

Jakob Fuglsang

Jakob Fuglsang

Rafal Majka

Rafal Majka

Chris Froome leads Mikel Landa

Chris Froome leads Mikel Landa

Poels, Wouter; Bernal Gomez, Arley; Geraint, Thomas

Team Sky leads Geraint Thomas.

Dan Martin

Dan Martin chasing hard on the Portet.

Nairo Quintana

But he's not going to catch stage winner Nairo Quintana.

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