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Romain Bardet: "An exciting race in the days ahead"

interview14.07.2017Stage 13- Saint-Girons / Foix

It was a very tactical stage, more than physical, because the leaders were watching each other closely. It's a pity that some are already calculating in the second week as we allowed back in the game some riders we had managed to drop. I hope we won't regret it in Paris. I was doing fine but it was not easy to have some freedom especially with a finale that did not suit attacks. I had to be content with following today. It was a great race today with some great riders like Contador or Quintana who were hurt in their pride and made it back into contention, as well as Mikel Landa, who is very dangerous. Behind, it was a waiting game and it's a pity even though it will make the race more exciting in the days ahead.

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    French riders hadn't won a stage of the Tour de France on Bastille Day since David Moncoutié in Digne in 2005. Warren Barguil did it as he attacked from the gun, rode on the offensive again for the polka dot jersey and outsprinted no less than Nairo Quintana, Alberto Contador and Mikel Landa to claim the fourth French stage win this year after Arnaud Démare, Lilian Calmejane and Romain Bardet. He's also the first Breton rider to win at the Tour since Pascal Lino in 1993. Behind the four...

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