Saturday July 23rd, 2016

Stage 20Megève / Morzine-Avoriaz

Start 13h00 (Local time)

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Summary - Stage 20 (Megève / Morzine) - Tour de France 2016

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Ion Izagirre claimed his first Tour de France stage victory as he arrived solo in Morzine after riding away from Vincenzo Nibali and Jarlinson Pantano in the downhill of col de Joux-Plane. Romain Bardet and Nairo Quintana took no risk to secured their spot on the final podium along with Chris Froome on the eve of the Parisian parade.

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“I'm very cold, very tired but very happy as well. With three stage victories and two distinctive jerseys, we have reversed the bad luck we endured at the beginning. I want to congratulate Chris Froome for his victory but we're also happy with our two jerseys [green and polka dot].”

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“Ion [Izagirre] took me by surprise in the downhill. He went very fast. He was at the limit and I didn't manage to catch him. I'm happy for him because he's a great rider and he always helped me a lot. This was a very difficult stage because of the rain and the downhills. There were very dangerous. I'm happy with the second place. You can't always win. It's been a good last week for me. It gives me confidence and motivation for the future.”

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“I was never meant to be focused over three weeks of racing. Yesterday I had my only real bad day and I saved myself pretty well. I maintained the white jersey and I'm super happy with that. The podium would have been nice but this is the Tour de France. It's only my second attempt. I'm happy with my performance and the team is too.”

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“I was expecting to be the super combative… last year. So, ok, I'm happy with it this year. It seems like the 2012 Tour de France when I won three stages and the green jersey. We made it up pretty well for the loss of Alberto Contador but that's normal because we're among the best teams in the world. I'm happy to finished this last week of mountains and I'm looking forward to tomorrow in Paris.”

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“I'm pretty sore, all my knee and my back, but my legs were better today than yesterday after the crash. I had that four minutes gap to play with. It gave me a breathing space. I just had to stay in front. It's a huge relief to cross that finish line. The last 24 hours have been pretty chaotic but my team-mates helped me so much to keep the yellow jersey on my shoulders. It's an amazing feeling [to win the Tour]. It could be like the first one again.”

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Romain Bardet (Ag2R): "It's a lot of emotion, I'm going to repeat myself but last night we took a lot of time to enjoy it and we were able to go back into it today to retain this second place. We managed the day well. It's an exceptional performance and we can be proud to have succeeded in these conditions. To be honest, I wanted to finish at the highest position I could in line with my abilities. I really enjoyed myself, I felt comfortable with the leaders, we were able to take risks and...

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Nairo Quintana: "I finish very happy. Three Tours, three podiums, it's a lot of joy. We finished this Tour on a stage win but also with the team victory, it's the first time. We did the best we could. We were rewarded and very happy with Ion's stage victory. We came with a more ambitious objective, we tried but this is the greets race in the world. I must be happy with this third place. I suffered from allergies but I felt better in the last couple of days. I thanks all the Colombians and...

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“There were many quality riders in our breakaway group. So we're very happy to finish ahead of them and win the stage. Beating Nibali in a downhill is something that counts in a career but Pantano also descents very well. I'm super happy. We came here with the SueñoAmarillo (yellow dream) but Froome was the strongest. At the end of the day, we're happy with a spot on the podium [Quintana third], a stage win and the teams' classification victory.”

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In recent years, the Tour de France has had a grand finale like at L'Alpe d'Huez last year on the eve of the Parisian parade. The novelty of 2016 is a downhill grand finale! Joux-Plane isn't just another climb. It's one of the Alpine passes the riders fear the most. Even Lance Armstrong was afraid of that one… It's the last of four climbs featured in a relatively short stage (146.5km). Everything can happen, say Romain Bardet and Chris Froome, among others. They know the history and the...

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Newsflashes (Local time)

17:11Top 5

1. Ion Izagirre

2. Jarlinson Pantano

3. Vincenzo Nibali

4. Julian Alaphilippe

5. Rui Costa

17:09Ion Izagirre wins at Morzine

Ion Izagirre delivers Spain's first stage victory at the 2016 Tour de France

17:074km to go

Izagirre alone in the lead

17:05It's a wet downhill

Pouring rain in the descent of Joux-Plane

17:03Izagirre alone in the descent

Ion Izagirre has gone solo in the downhill. 5km to go.

17:0215 riders with Froome

The yellow jersey group led by Team Sky is reduced to 15 riders.

16:59Pantano the most aggressive rider of the day

Jarlinson Pantano has been designated the most aggressive rider of the day after Peter Sagan was named supercombative of the whole Tour de France.

16:56Pantano first at Joux-Plane

Jarlinson Pantano precedes Nibali and Izagirre at col de Joux-Plane

16:53No more team-mate with Bardet

Alexis Vuillermoz got dropped from the yellow jersey group. Romain Bardet has no more team-mate.

16:51Froome 3.20 behind

Team Sky ups the tempo. The yellow jersey group is 3.20 behind Nibali. Izagirre and Pantano are close to Nibali 1.3km to go to the summit of Joux-Plane.

16:48Izagirre behind Nibali

Ion Izagirre catches Alaphilippe and Pantano. He attacks straight away to try and catch Nibali. Alaphilippe can't follow.

16:45Nibali alone in the lead

With 15km to go, Nibali goes solo

16:44Nibali in the lead

Vincenzo Nibali catches Pantano and Alaphilippe. He speeds up straight away.

16:43Pantano counter-attacks

Pantano attacks Alaphilippe but the Frenchman responds.

16:41Purito on the move

Joaquim Rodriguez goes away from the yellow jersey group. Bauke Mollema is reeled in. This is a fight for the top 10! Purito wants to exit the Tour on a high note. He was second to Romain Bardet yesterday.

16:39Alaphilippe tries to go solo

5km to the top of Joux-Plane, Julian Alaphilippe attacks Jarlinson Pantano for the second time.

16:38Nibali on the roads of L'Etape du Tour

Today's stage is contested on the same course - at the exception of the col de la Ramaz - as L'Etape du Tour, the maxi fun ride organized before the riders of the Tour de France pass by. Last year, it was the stage to La Toussuire, eventually won by Nibali. Two years ago it was the stage to Hautacam, eventually won by Nibali. The Shark of the Strait is a candidate again! 

16:33Vincenzo Nibali races for himself

Vincenzo Nibali has been informed of Fabio Aru's trouble, so he attacks from the Kreuziger group to try and come across to Pantano and Alaphilippe rather than waiting for this team leader.

16:30Mollema in action

After being dropped in the col de la Ramaz, Bauke Mollema has made it back and now attacks from the yellow jersey group.

16:28Pantano on the path of Herrera and Parra

Two Colombians have won at Morzine in the past: Luis Herrera (at Avoriaz) in 1985 and Fabio Parra in 1988. Jarlinson Pantano knows his cycling history pretty well...

16:2620km to go: still Pantano and Alaphilippe

Pantano and Alaphilippe with 1.43 over the 9-man Kreuziger group. Peloton led by Orica at 5.30. Fabio Aru is getting dropped from the yellow jersey.

16:21Peter Sagan super combative of the 2016 Tour de France

Peter Sagan (Tinkoff) has been designated the most aggressive rider of the whole Tour de France with 3 votes while Thomas De Gendt got two and Jarlinson Pantano one.

16:18Alaphilippe and Pantano in Joux-Plane

Alaphilippe and Pantano are at the bottom of the last HC climb of the Tour de France.

16:16Adam Yates: "I'm only a few seconds away from the podium"

Adam Yates (Orica-Bike Exchange) told this morning: "One last effort and it looks like I'm going to keep this white jersey. I'm fourth and only a few seconds away from the podium. If they are opportunities to grab a few seconds in the last climb I will take it for sure."

16:14AG2R and Orica at the head of the peloton

AG2R-La Mondiale and Orica-BikeExchange have seized the reins of the peloton to bring the deficit to Kreuziger down and save the positions of Romain Bardet and Adam Yates on GC.

16:1130km to go

With 30 km to go, Alaphilippe and Pantano are 50 seconds ahead of the Kreuziger group and 6.50 ahead of the peloton. Kreuziger is again virtually second in the overall ranking.

16:09Let's wait for the jury's decision...

After the public voted, let's see what the jury decides. Some of the members have appreciated Thomas De Gendt's fighting spirit a lot...

16:06Pantano has the favours of the public

The public was invited to vote for the super combative price of the Tour de France until 4pm today. Jarlinson Pantano is clearly ahead of everyone else.

16:00Peloton at 6 minutes

At the head of the peloton: Luis Leon Sanchez and Alexey Lutsenko, followed by Diego Rosa and Tanel Kangert. They're six minutes behind Alaphilippe and Pantano.

15:54Alaphilippe and Pantano at the front

Julian Alaphilippe and Jarlinson Pantano have passed Thomas De Gendt to make a new leading duo in the downhill of col de la Ramaz.

15:45Third first place at a summit for De Gendt

Results at col de la Ramaz (km 93.5)

1. Thomas De Gendt, 10 pts

2. Rui Costa, 8 pts

3. Pierre Rolland, 6 pts

4. Jarlinson Pantano, 4 pts

5. Roman Kreuziger, 2 pts

6. Julian Alaphilippe, 1 pt

At 1.25: Gougeard

At 1.45: Fuglsang, Konrad, Kelderman

15:411km to the top: De Gendt in the lead

1km before the col de la Ramaz, De Gendt remains alone in the lead. Rolland and Rui Costa at 24 seconds. The Kreuziger group at 44 seconds. Peloton at 4.40.

15:36Rolland and Rui Costa behind De Gendt

Rolland and Rui Costa chase De Gendt down.

15:34Gougeard no longer at the front

Alexis Gougeard has been brought back and distanced by the group led by Kreuziger and De Gendt. Peloton at 4.45 with 56km to go.

15:30Mollema in trouble

Bauke Mollema is in trouble at the back of the pack.

15:29Bakelants and Vullermoz shake up the peloton

After the effort by Astana, it's now Bakelants and Vullermoz who shake up the peloton for AG2R-La Mondiale

15:27Gougeard in the lead

6km from the top of La Ramaz, Alexis Gougeard is alone in the lead after he came across following his puncture.

15:16Sagan gives up

With 62km to go, Peter Sagan gives up. His job at the service of Roman Kreuziger is over. Alexis Gougeard has a flat tyre. Six riders left at the front.

15:08Riders dropped uphill

Some riders are dropped from the Rui Costa group up to the col de la Ramaz: Erviti, Gastauer, Schleck, Stuyven, Teklehaimanot and Matthews. But Peter Sagan keeps pulling at the front!

15:0542km in the second hour

39.9km/h: average speed since the start

15:01Astana on the hunt

Astana has taken over from Team Sky at the head of the peloton with 70km to go. Andriy Grivko pulls with a great determination. They're 5.48 behind the leading eight riders.

14:581.15 to the first chasers

Chavanel, Juul Jensen and Van Baarle have gone clear of the first chasing group. They're 1.15 down on the eight leaders.

14:54Sagan restarts... under the rain

With 72km to go, Peter Sagan pulls again under the pouring rain.

14:51Less cooperation at the front

The eight leading riders aren't pulling strongly any more. They're 6.22 ahead of the peloton, which maintains Kreuziger virtually in the second place overall.

14:49The former Liquigas team...

The three most active riders in that lead group of eight are Peter Sagan, Roman Kreuziger and Vincenzo Nibali. They're all former members of the last top Italian team Liquigas. Nibali and Kreuziger rode their first Tour de France together in 2008, fighting against Andy Schleck for the white jersey. Nibali and Sagan were team-mates for Sagan's first Tour de France in 2012. Nibali finished third overall and Sagan won three stages and the green jersey. They've remained friends.

14:46Eight riders in the lead

Eight riders have gone clear from the front group in the valley with 80km to go: Izagirre, Nibali, Sagan and Kreuziger, Rui Costa, Pantano, Alaphilippe and Gougeard. They've 50 seconds lead over their former breakaway companions.

14:37Henao back in the leading group

Sergio Henao has made it back to the front group after his puncture. Daniel Teklehaimanot has also come across.

14:36Stef Clement the second best rider since the first rest day

Procyclinstats has counted the times since the first rest day (after stage 9 in Arcalis). Interestingly, Dutchman Stef Clement who is not exactly a pure climber is the rider who has also the less to Chris Froome! Here are the time gaps since the exit of the Pyrenees: 1. Chris Froome, 2. Stef Clement at 0.36, 3. Richie Porte at 3.07, 4. Romain Bardet at 3.27, 5. Nairo Quintana at 4.04. Further down, Bauke Mollema is only the eleventh scorer with a deficit of 6.26 whereas he's now 7.42 down on...

14:35Tom Dumoulin still hopefull for Rio

Double stage winner Tom Dumoulin was forced to abandon after a crash yesterday. He has a clean fracture of the radius but still hopes to recover on time for the Rio Olympics.

14:34End of Grand Tours: no luck for Dutchmen...

This is the third Grand Tour in a row that a Dutchman has fallen off the podium in the second or third last day. That's what Bauke Mollema has done yesterday, from second to tenth, after Tom Dumoulin dropped from first to sixth at the 2015 Vuelta a España and Steven Kruijswijk from first to fourth at the Giro d'Italia in May.

14:32To a record number of finishers?

175 riders are still in the race. The record number of finishers was 170 at the 2010 Tour de France.

14:31Rui Costa with the red bib

Rui Costa has the red bib of the most aggressive rider yesterday. He's in the breakaway again. The super combative of the 2016 Tour de France will be disgnated tonight.

14:285.10 in the downhill

The peloton is also in the downhill of La Colombière with an increased deficit: 5.10. Roman Kreuziger is soon virtually in second position overall.

14:25Henao has a flat tyre

Team Sky's only rider in the front group Sergio Henao has a flat tyre. He's fixed by the neutral service.

14:24De Gendt first at la Colombière

Results at col de la Colombière (km 45.5)

1. Thomas De Gendt, 10 pts

2. Jarlinson Pantano, 8 pts

3. Patrick Konrad, 6 pts

4. Alexis Gougeard, 4 pts

5. George Bennett, 2 pts

6. Vincenzo Nibali, 1 pt

Warren Barguil has rejoined the leading group right at the top.

Peloton at 4.40.

14:21Movistar rides for the teams' classification

Movistar was the most consistent team again yesterday. Their lead over Team Sky is now 3.46.

They have send three riders to the front today: Imanol Erviti, Nelson Oliveira and Ion Izagirre.

14:17Barguil and Teklehaimanot to close the gap

Climbing to col de la Colombière, Warren Barguil and Daniel Teklehaimanot are about to reach the leading group from which Imanol Erviti has been dropped.

14:16Tour de France 2017 - The fans top the bill

The day before this year's finish on the Champs-Elysées, the Tour de France is already looking ahead to its next edition. The idea is to engage the public at large through operation “Imagine le Tour 2017”, launched today to give greater space to the creativity of fans of the Tour de France, who will have a chance to design the official poster for the next edition very soon. Starting in August, anyone can propose their finest visual creation and hope to become the author of a visual...

14:12Peter Sagan pulls at the front

Peter Sagan does most of the work at the front of the breakaway group. He obviously does it for Roman Kreuziger who is 12th on GC, no threat for the yellow jersey because he's 9.45 down but the lanky Czech climber is 5.34 down on Romain Bardet's second place. Time gap between those two: 4.15 with 104km to go.

14:08The 30 leading riders are:

Sergio Henao (Sky), Imanol Erviti, Ion Izagirre and Nelson Oliveira (Movistar), Vincenzo Nibali and Jakob Fuglsang (Astana), Peter Sagan and Roman Kreuziger (Tinkoff), Ben Gastauer, Cyril Gautier and Alexis Gougeard (AG2R-La Mondiale), Wilco Kelderman and George Bennett (Lotto-Jumbo), Frank Schleck and Jasper Stuyven (Trek), Jarlinson Pantano (IAM), Pierre Rolland, Tom-Jelte Slagter and Dylan van Baarle (Cannondale), Patrick Konrad (Bora), Ilnur Zakarin (Katusha), Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida),...

14:0637.8km in the first hour

37.8km have been covered in the first hour of racing by the leading 30 riders.

14:03Adam Yates to defend the white jersey

Adam Yates is in the white jersey. He lost 33 seconds to runner up Louis Meintjes yesterday. The difference is now 2.16.

14:02Majka with the polka dot jersey

Rafal Majka is in the polka dot jersey with 209 points. He has mathematically won the King of the Mountains prize yesterday at the HC Montée de Bisanne.

Thomas De Gendt and Jarlinson Pantano fight for the second place overall today.

13:59Top 15

Results of the intermediate sprint at Le Grand-Bornand (km 33.5)

1. Michael Matthews, 20 pts

2. Thomas De Gendt, 17 pts

3. Peter Sagan, 15 pts

4. Wilco Kelderman, 13 pts

5. Rui Costa, 11 pts

6. Dylan Van Baarle, 10 pts

7. Roman Kreuziger, 9 pts

8. Sergio Henao, 8 pts

9. Nelson Oliveira, 7 pts

10. Vincenzo Nibali, 6 pts

11. Alexis Gougeard, 5 pts

12. Tony Gallopin, 4 pts

13. Chris Juul Jensen, 3...

13:56Peloton at 3 minutes

On the line of the intermediate sprint, the peloton is 3 minutes behind the 30 leaders.

13:55Start of col de la Colombière

The 30 breakaway riders start climbing to col de la Colombière, a difficult one classified in first category.

13:53Matthews first at the intermediate sprint

Michael Matthews has won the intermediate sprint at le Grand Bornand.

13:52On dry roads now

Sagan leads the front group on dry roads at Le Grand Bornand. Intermediate sprint ahead.

13:49De Gendt reeled in

De Gendt is caught after 30km of racing by part of the Sagan group. Sagan and Matthews seem to be gearing up for the intermediate sprint at Le Grand Bornand, km 33.5.

13:47Peloton at 2.15

De Gendt still in the lead. Erviti has come across to the Sagan group. Peloton at 2.15. 28km covered.

13:4615° on the wet road

It rains in the downhill of col des Aravis, with an outside temperature of 15°.

13:44Gaps at les Aravis

Results and time gap at col des Aravis (km 21)

1. De Gendt, 5 pts

... 0.30

2. Pantano, 3 pts

3. Gougeard, 2 pts

4. Kreuziger, 1 pt

... 0.50


... 1.10

Barguil, Teklehaimanot, Vakoc

... 1.35

Richeze, Vakoc, Feillu

... 2.05

Peloton led by Team Sky

13:40De Gendt first at col des Aravis

De Gendt still alone in the lead.

13:37De Gendt with 22 seconds

Thomas De Gendt (Lotto-Soudal) climbs to the col des Aravais with 22 seconds of an advantage over Sergio Henao (Sky), Ion Izagirre and Nelson Oliveira (Movistar), Vincenzo Nibali and Jakob Fuglsang (Astana), Peter Sagan and Roman Kreuziger (Tinkoff), Ben Gastauer, Cyril Gautier and Alexis Gougeard (AG2R-La Mondiale), Wilco Kelderman and George Bennett (Lotto-Jumbo), Frank Schleck and Jasper Stuyven (Trek), Jarlinson Pantano (IAM), Pierre Rolland, Tom-Jelte Slagter and Dylan van Baarle...

13:32Teklehaimanot attacks from the peloton

The gap between De Gendt and the yellow jersey group is 1.20. Daniel Teklehaimanot (DiData) goes solo from that group.

13:31De Gendt goes solo

Thomas De Gendt (Lotto-Soudal) goes away solo. He's possibly defending his second place in the KOM competition...

13:27At the front...

Also in the leading group: Reichenbach, Zakarin, Rui Costa, Rolland, Gallopin, De Gendt, Schleck... AG2R-La Mondiale set the pace of this group.

13:25Roman Kreuziger in the front group

Roman Kreuziger is probably the highest ranked of the 37 leaders, he's 12th at 9.45. Warren Barguil tries to bridge the gap to the leading group by himself.

13:2337 riders in the lead

37 riders from the leading group 38 seconds ahead of the second group led by Team Sky. Peter Sagan is at the front.

13:21Peloton close to the leading group

The peloton is split. The first part is getting close to the 19 leaders 2km before climbing to col des Aravis.

13:20Nibali and Van Baarle at the front

Vincenzo Nibali and Dylan Van Baarle join the leaders. 19 riders at the front.

13:19Peloton at 14 seconds

The peloton is led by a very determined Vincenzo Nibali in a downhill, only 14 seconds behind the 17 leaders, at km 12.

13:1817 riders in the lead

Zakarin and Alaphilippe have rejoined Imanol Erviti (Movistar), Ben Gastauer and Alexis Gougeard (AG2R-La Mondiale), Wilco Kelderman (Lotto-Jumbo), Jasper Stuyven (Trek), Pierre Rolland (Cannondale), Roy Curvers (Giant), Cesare Benedetti (Bora), Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida), Tony Gallopin (Lotto-Soudal), Sylvain Chavanel and Fabrice Jeandesbosz (Direct Energie), Petr Vakoc (Etixx), Nicolas Edet (Cofidis) and Michael Matthews (Orica) at the front.

13:17Alaphilippe in the front group

Roy Curvers has been dropped from the front group and replaced by Julian Alaphilippe (Etixx). Ilnur Zakarin (Katusha) and Thomas De Gendt (Lotto-Soudal) have escaped from the peloton to chase the 15 leaders down.

13:14The 15 leaders are:

Imanol Erviti (Movistar), Ben Gastauer and Alexis Gougeard (AG2R-La Mondiale), Wilco Kelderman (Lotto-Jumbo), Jasper Stuyven (Trek), Pierre Rolland (Cannondale), Roy Curvers (Giant), Cesare Benedetti (Bora), Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida), Tony Gallopin (Lotto-Soudal), Sylvain Chavanel and Fabrice Jeandesbosz (Direct Energie), Petr Vakoc (Etixx), Nicolas Edet (Cofidis) and Michael Matthews (Orica).

13:1115 riders in the lead

10 counter-attackers have rejoined the leading quintet at km 9.

13:08Five leaders

Correction for the composition of the breakaway: Chavanel (Direct Energie), Edet (Cofidis), Vakoc (Etixx), Kelderman (Lotto-Jumbo) and Benedetti (Bora).

13:06Five riders in the lead

Attackers seem to be: Chavanel, Edet, Vermote, Lindeman, Benedetti. Lots of action!

13:05Frenchmen on fire

Pierre Rolland was the first attacker despite his bruises from yesterday's crash. He's reined in but another Frenchman takes over: Sylvain Chavanel.

13:04The race is on

The start proper has been given at 13.03.

13:03Peter Sagan in green

Peter Sagan is in the green jersey with 425 points. He has mathematically won the points classification since stage 17.

13:02Chris Froome in yellow

Chris Froome is in the yellow jersey for the 12th day. He crashed yesterday but didn't lose much. His new runner up is stage 19 winner Romain Bardet, with a deficit of 4.11. Nairo Quintana has moved up to third at 4.27. It's only the second time for the Colombian on the podium this year. He was also third after stage 12 to Mont Ventoux. Adam Yates has dropped from third to fourth. He also got a 10 seconds penalty yesterday for a Madison relay with his team-mate Ruben Plaza. Richie Porte is...

13:01Chris Froome: "I feel better this morning than last night"

Race leader Chris Froome told Francetélévisions on the start line (in French): “I feel better this morning than last night. Of course it hurts a bit but I hope for a day with no problem. I slept very well last night. I was very tired!”

12:59Riders on the move

The peloton is moving towards the start proper.

12:58Romain Bardet: "I hope to be pushed by the public again"

Yesterday's winner and now runner up Romain Bardet told Francetélévisions on the start line: “Yesterday I was carried away by the emotions the crowd. I hope to be pushed by the public as well today. That should help us reach our goals. I'm a good downhill rider. Risks have to be taken carefully. I didn't taken too many risks yesterday.”

12:56A minute of silence

The riders are on the start line for a minute as a tribute to the victims of the attack in Munich yesterday. Christian Prudhomme, German champion André Greipel and Chris Froome are on the front line.


Welcome to the live coverage of stage 20 in the 103rd Tour de France, from Megève to Morzine, 146.5 km. This is the last mountain stage with four big climbs including Joux-Plane and its tricky downhill to Morzine.


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