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Tour de France stage 10 Live – Racing resumes with another chance for the sprinters

Mark Cavendish wins stage 13 of the 2013 Tour de France


Today’s finish location Saint-Amand-Montrond has welcomed the Tour de France on several occasions in the past, with Carlos Sastre confirming his 2008 Tour victory there in 2008. More recently, it played host to the arrival of stunning crosswind day on stage 13 of the 2013 Tour, where a group containing Mark Cavendish, Peter Sagan and Alberto Contador went up the road. The route that year was majorly heading southeast from Tours where the echelons developed, whereas today heads mostly south from Orléans so we may not see splits.

To catch up on what was an exhilarating first week of racing, read analysis from our expert Philippa York. She examines the state of play for the ‘big four’ Pogačar, Vingegaard, Evenepoel and Roglič and looks back at how things stand heading into today’s stage:

Racing is back at the Tour for the second week and the riders are departing from Orléans in just over an hour and a half. It’s a flat day on the menu with the sprinters all hopeful of another bunch sprint with fresh legs from their day of recovery. Read the preview for the day and check out the profile below:

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