Friday, July 21st | Stage 19 | 222.5km

Embrun / Salon-de-Provence

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Simon Yates: “Few seconds will count at the end”

interview14.07.2017Stage 13- Saint-Girons / Foix

“The pace was really strong on the final climb. For sure everybody was hurting. I didn't have the kick to really go. I rode at my rhythm to the top. It was nice to come back. In the descent, I managed to get away. With Dan [Martin], we worked well until the finish line. I gained only a few seconds but I'm sure it'll count at the end. A short stage like today only creates positive racing at the difference of yesterday.”

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