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Simon Yates: “It's still a long way to go”

interview13.07.2017Stage 12- Pau / Peyragudes

“It was a hard day again. It's still a long way to go and there's a nervous stage tomorrow. I'm sure Sky and Froome haven't said their last word. I'm still up there fighting with the world's best rider. I can be happy with my ride.”

The interview in video

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Simon Yates: "Still a long way to go"

  • Simon Yates: "Still a long way to go"
  • Bardet wins at Peyragudes, Aru takes the yellow jersey

    The overall classification of the 104th Tour de France was shaken up in the last 300 metres of the “marathon-stage” in the Pyrenees. After Team Sky controlled it all, Chris Froome lost contact to Romain Bardet who won his third stage in three years and Fabio Aru who moved into the lead three years after his compatriot Vincenzo Nibali won the Tour as the reigning Italian champion.

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