2010 Tour de France: Stage 7, Tournus - Station des Rousses, 165.5 km

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    2010 Tour de France: Stage 7, Tournus - Station des Rousses, 165.5 km

    The Tour's first stage in the Alps has six climbs, three in the second category, two in the third, and one in the fourth. The two most difficult climbs are the last two, the Col de la Croix de la Serra and the Lamoura, both second-category climbs reaching over 1,000 m (3,300 ft) in elevation. 4 km (2.5 mi) of flat racing follow the Lamoura climb before the stage finish.

    At the finishing line, there may still be around thirty riders together. The slopes are not massively difficult, so it is not necessarily a stage for a major climber.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5waIljbbKvw]YouTube - Analysis of the stage 7[/ame]

    Stage Map
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    Stage Profile
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    The Last Climb
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    The Stage Climbs
    Km 51.5: Côte de l'Aubépin -> 4.9 km climb @ 5 % (Category 3)
    Km 69.0: Côte des Granges (DESSIA) -> 5.9 km climb @ 3.5 % (Category 4)
    Km 84.5: Côte d'Arinthod -> 8.5 km climb @ 4.7 % (Category 3)
    Km 104.0: Côte du barrage de Vouglans -> 6.6 km climb @ 5.6 % (Category 2)
    Km 134.5: Col de la Croix de la Serra -> 15.7 km climb @ 4.3 % (Category 2)
    Km 161.5: Côte de Lamoura -> 14.0 km climb @ 5 % (Category 2)

    General classification before stage 7

    1 Fabian Cancellara (Swi) Team Saxo Bank 28:37:30
    2 Geraint Thomas (GBr) Sky Professional Cycling Team 0:00:20
    3 Cadel Evans (Aus) BMC Racing Team 0:00:39
    4 Ryder Hesjedal (Can) Garmin - Transitions 0:00:46
    5 Sylvain Chavanel (Fra) Quick Step 0:01:01
    6 Andy Schleck (Lux) Team Saxo Bank 0:01:09
    7 Thor Hushovd (Nor) Cervelo Test Team 0:01:16
    8 Alexander Vinokourov (Kaz) Astana 0:01:31
    9 Alberto Contador Velasco (Spa) Astana 0:01:40
    10 Jurgen Van Den Broeck (Bel) Omega Pharma-Lotto 0:01:42
    ......
    13 Denis Menchov (Rus) Rabobank 0:01:49
    14 Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Sky Professional Cycling Team
    15 David Millar (GBr) Garmin - Transitions 0:02:06
    16 Roman Kreuziger (Cze) Liquigas-Doimo 0:02:24
    17 Luis León Sánchez Gil (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne 0:02:25
    18 Lance Armstrong (USA) Team Radioshack 0:02:30
    24 Levi Leipheimer (USA) Team Radioshack 0:02:53
    25 Jakob Fuglsang (Den) Team Saxo Bank 0:02:58
    27 Michael Rogers (Aus) Team HTC - Columbia 0:03:00
    28 Andreas Klöden (Ger) Team Radioshack 0:03:01
    31 Samuel Sánchez Gonzalez (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi 0:03:04
    42 Robert Gesink (Ned) Rabobank 0:03:16
    46 Carlos Sastre (Spa) Cervelo Test Team 0:03:19
    47 Ivan Basso (Ita) Liquigas-Doimo 0:03:20
     
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    Stage 7 News

    Chavanel kisses his medal again
    When Sylvain Chavanel took the yellow jersey at the Tour de France for the very first time in his career a few days ago, he rode across the finish line in Spa, Belgium, kissing the medal bearing the names of his two sons and thought this was the most beautiful day of his professional career. Today, in the medium mountain ski station of Les Rousses, he did it again, and was simply incredulous about what he had just achieved.
    Link: Chavanel Kisses His Medal Again | Cyclingnews.com

    Chavanel back in yellow after Tour de France 7th stage
    Frenchman Sylvain Chavanel took revenge on overnight race leader Fabian Cancellara Saturday by winning his second stage on the Tour de France to reclaim the yellow jersey. None of the yellow jersey contenders lost time on what was the first day in the mountains and Quick Step all-rounder Chavanel now holds a 1min 25sec lead on Australian Cadel Evans. Evans' fellow yellow jersey challenger Andy Schleck is fourth at 1:55, with reigning champion Alberto Contador sixth at 2:26 and seven-time champion Lance Armstrong 14th at 3:16.
    Quick Step all-rounder Chavanel won the second stage of the race in Spa on Monday to take the race lead from Swiss Olympic champion Fabian Cancellara.
    Link: AFP: Chavanel back in yellow after Tour de France 7th stage

    Garate got the green light to try and repeat Ventoux win
    Juan Manuel Garate came third in the first mountainous stage of this year’s Tour de France. He was of course the last man to win a mountain stage at the Tour de France as he triumphed atop Mont Ventoux on the penultimate day last year. He tried to repeat his performance in Les Rousses but couldn’t make it back up to Sylvain Chavanel.
    Link: Garate Got The Green Light To Try And Repeat Ventoux Win | Cyclingnews.com

    Double delight for Chavanel
    Sylvain Chavanel enjoyed a hugely-successful seventh stage of the Tour de France by not only achieving a fine breakaway victory, but also winning the yellow jersey back from Fabian Cancellara in the process. The Frenchman - who also triumphed on stage two - attacked from the peloton with six other riders on the penultimate climb of the day and bridged the gap to Quick-Step team-mate Jérôme Pineau before powering on to the finish line alone. Rafael Valls Ferri (Footon) was second, 57 seconds behind, with Rabobank's Juan Manuel Garate third, 30 seconds further adrift.
    Link: Sky Sports | Cycling | News | Double delight for Chavanel

    Sylvain Chavanel Retakes Tour de France Lead After Seventh Stage Victory
    France’s Sylvain Chavanel retook the lead in the Tour de France by winning today’s seventh stage. Chavanel of the Quick Step team regained the leader’s yellow jersey from Switzerland’s Fabian Cancellara in the (103- mile ride from Tournous to Station des Rousses. It was his second stage win in this year’s race and gives him a 1 minute, 25 second-lead over Australian Cadel Evans of BMC Racing.
    Link: Sylvain Chavanel Retakes Tour de France Lead After Seventh Stage Victory - Bloomberg

    First mountain stage sees jersey exchanges
    Team Sky's Thomas began the 165.5km seventh stage from Tournus to Les Rousses ski station in the Jura with a 49sec lead on Schleck and only 23sec off the pace of overnight leader Fabian Cancellara. It was believed race debutant Thomas might give his team a boost by racing into the yellow jersey but instead he had to hand over the white jersey, for the best placed rider aged 25 or under, after finishing a massive 5:18 behind stage winner Sylvain Chavanel of France.
    Link: First mountain stage sees jersey exchanges - SuperSport - Cycling

    Chavanel wins Tour's 7th stage in mountains
    France's Sylvain Chavanel has won the seventh stage of the Tour de France and recaptured the yellow jersey as the race entered the mountains. The Quick Step rider who also won the second stage raised a fist in joy as he completed the 101-mile route Saturday from Tournus to Station des Rousses ski station, with six low- to mid-grade climbs.
    Link: The Associated Press: Chavanel wins Tour's 7th stage in mountains

    French Rider Reclaims Jersey
    Sylvain Chavanel of the Quick Step team has reclaimed the Tour de France yellow jersey after winning the seventh stage from Tournus to Station des Rousses. The French rider, who also won the second stage at Spa on Monday, crossed the line alone in the first climbing stage of this year's event. He was almost one minute ahead of Spanish duo Rafael Valls and Juan Manuel Garate.
    Link: Tour De France: French Rider Sylvain Chavanel Reclaims Yellow Jersey After Winning Seventh Stage | World News | Sky News

    Cadel improves to second place
    Australian Cadel Evans improved to second overall in the Tour de France after a strong ride in the first mountain stage on Saturday. French rider Sylvain Chavanel of the Quick Step team broke away to win the seventh stage of 165km from Tournus to the ski station of Les Rousses and reclaim the yellow jersey.He’s a minute and a half clear of BMC rider Evans who finished the stage in the main bunch in 14th place.
    Link: Cadel improves to second place

    Redemption for a French Rider
    For Chavanel, one of four French riders in the top seven finishers, it was redemption. On the third day of the Tour, he had won the stage and the yellow jersey. But he lost that jersey a day later in Stage 3, when he fell at least twice on the cobblestones. As his compatriots cheered for him along the roadside, Chavanel more than made up for that on Saturday. His ride was good enough for him to take that jersey from Switzerland’s Fabian Cancellara, who could not keep up with the leaders. Cancellara fell to 58th place.
    Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/11/sports/cycling/11tour.html

    Ryder Hesjedal's split decision in today's Tour de France stage
    The Tour de France can be all about those split-second decisions, Victorian Ryder Hesjedal learned as he advanced to third place overall in the seventh stage today. Hesjedal said he thought about breaking away in today’s race with the seventh-stage winner Sylvain Chavanel of France.
    Link: Victorian Ryder Hesjedal's split decision in today's Tour de France stage

    Chavanel steals the show before the Alps
    For the second time in a week, Sylvain Chavanel capitalized on his rivals' missteps to seize the overall lead of the Tour de France on Saturday. While the leading contenders spent much of the 165.5-kms seventh stage watching one another, Chavanel negotiated the Tour's first real climbs and attacked at the right time to secure his second stage victory and the third of his career. It echoed his success in the second stage in Spa on Monday, when the Frenchman took advantage of a crash-riddled ride to claim the yellow jersey.
    Link: Chavanel steals the show before the Alps | Sports | Reuters

    Chavanel wins Stage 7 at Tour de France
    France - France's Sylvain Chavanel rode to a solo victory Saturday in Stage 7 of the Tour de France, the first mountain stage of the race, to reclaim the yellow jersey. Chavanel had ridden to a solo win Monday in a crash-filled Stage 2 to grab the coveted jersey from Switzerland's Fabian Cancellara. However, he lost it back to Cancellara the following day as he struggled with multiple flat tires on the cobblestoned
    Link: Chavanel wins Stage 7 at Tour de France | Other Sports | Sports | Toronto Sun

    Chavanel 'floating on cloud' after reclaiming Tour de France lead
    Sylvain Chavanel reclaimed the leader's yellow jersey at the Tour de France after a bold attack in Saturday's seventh stage gave him his second victory in this year's 97th edition of cycling's premier race. The Frenchman finished the 165.5-kilometer leg from Tournus to Station des Rousses ahead of Spaniards Rafael Valls Ferri and Juan Manuel Garate, having burned the reluctant chasing pack in the hot conditions.
    Link: Chavanel 'floating on cloud' after reclaiming Tour de France lead - CNN.com

    Leipheimer keeps an eye on Vinokourov
    Levi Leipheimer's task during stage 7 of the Tour de France was to mark Alexander Vinokourov (Astana). The RadioShack rider, who finished alongside Vinokourov in the lead group of GC contenders, said that the Astana rider was too dangerous to escape without company from someone on Lance Armstrong's Radioshack squad.
    Link: Leipheimer Keeps An Eye On Vinokourov | Cyclingnews.com

    Before the stage

    Schleck plays down Evans' yellow jersey threat
    Luxembourg’s Andy Schleck has played down the climbing threat of Australia’s Cadel Evans a day before the Tour de France heads into the Alps. Schleck is considered the main challenger to two-time winner Alberto Contador after he finished runner-up to the Spanish all-rounder in 2009, albeit over four minutes adrift. Ahead of three days in the Alps from Saturday to Tuesday - Monday is a rest day - the Saxo Bank climbing specialist is sixth overall at 30sec behind Evans, who has a 39sec deficit to race leader Fabian Cancellara.
    Link: Schleck plays down Evans' yellow jersey threat - Times LIVE

    Armstrong's team hope mountains will shake up Tour
    The Tour de France heads into the mountains after a crash-filed opening week, and Lance Armstrong's team is confident that the seven-time champion will start clawing time back off his main rivals. The 38-year-old Armstrong started the Tour with a strong prologue on the opening day in Rotterdam, but then dropped down the pecking order over the next few days of fraught racing and begins Saturday's seventh stage in 18th place. Riders will now be hoping for cooler weather after several days of exhausting heat frayed tempers. At the end of Friday's 141.3-mile route from Montargis to Gueugnon, there were even fisticuffs as one rider attacked another with his bike wheel once they had crossed the line.
    Link: The Associated Press: Armstrong's team hope mountains will shake up Tour

    Cunego says Tour time loss deliberate
    Sitting 23 minutes behind the race leaders heading into the Tour de France’s first mountain stage isn’t normally something a Giro d’Italia winner would be happy about, yet Damiano Cunego says his 166th position is deliberate. Cunego crashed prior to the cobblestone sections on stage three, but the Italian decided against minimising his losses and didn’t chase the peloton.
    Link: Cunego Says Tour Time Loss Deliberate | Cyclingnews.com

    The Alps are coming, and Armstrong will attack
    Friday’s Stage 6 sprint ended the first week of the Tour de France (counting the prologue time trial, which isn’t officially termed a stage because of its short length, there have been seven days of racing). Mark Cavendish won — his second in a row — and once again the contenders maintained their positions in the overall standings relative to each other. This means that, as I predicted yesterday, Lance Armstrong goes into the mountains with the worst standing he’s ever had since he began winning Tours.
    Link: Analysis: Alps are coming, and Lance will attack - Tour de France- nbcsports.msnbc.com

    All eyes on Armstrong as Tour rides into Alps
    Cadel Evans and Andy Schleck will be among the Tour de France contenders keeping their eyes glued to Lance Armstrong and his RadioShack team on Saturday as the seventh stage takes the race into the Alps. Ahead of the end of the sixth stage Friday Armstrong's deficit to Australia's Evans, the best placed contender in third place overall at 39secs, was 1min 51sec.
    Link: All eyes on Armstrong as Tour rides into Alps - Cycling - More Sports - Sports - The Times of India

    Armstrong wants RadioShack in attack mode
    Lance Armstrong is well aware that the crucial third week of what is his final Tour de France campaign will either shape or end his yellow jersey ambitions. But he has not ruled out being primed for his own attacks, or those from his key rivals, as the race heads steadily into the Alps this weekend. The hilly seventh stage on Saturday is a 165.5km ride from Tournus which finishes with an easy 14km climb to Les Rousses ski station. But it is the eighth stage that most of the yellow jersey contenders appear to have pinpointed. Armstrong finished the sixth stage here Friday in the safety of the peloton as Britain's Mark Cavendish took his second sprint win in as many days to claim his 12th career victory on the race.
    Link: AFP: Armstrong wants RadioShack in attack mode

    Evans well placed as Tour approaches Alps
    CADEL Evans, the world road champion, can look back on his first week of racing in the Tour de France with pride. He knows the terrain will begin to change in his favour today as the Alps loom.
    The personable Evans, who battles within himself, was clearly pleased with his third-stage ride over the cobblestoned roads known as the Hell of the North, when on Tuesday he took his chances and finished with the front six. He gained unexpected time on Alberto Contador, Lance Armstrong and Bradley Wiggins.
    Link: Evans well placed as Tour approaches Alps | The Australian

    Lance Armstrong waits to make move
    Lance Armstrong will make an attack in this Tour de France — no one doubts that. Where and when and how? That's to be a surprise. It might come as soon as Sunday, in the second Alps stage, which features a mountaintop finish in Morzine-Avoriaz. Or it might happen Tuesday, after the riders take their first day of rest and when some might feel enough extra energy to propel them over a top-rated climb at Madeleine.
    Link: Tour de France: Lance Armstrong waits to make move - Los Angeles Times

    Pineau ready for polka dot battle
    The current leader of the King of the Mountains classification at this year's Tour de France may not be a true climber, but he is determined to defend his jersey for as long as he possibly can. As the Tour hits the Alps, Jérôme Pineau (Quick Step) knows he won't be able to take the lead to Paris, but he has a plan to at least save his polka dot jersey over the first two mountain stages.
    Link: Pineau Ready For Polka Dot Battle | Cyclingnews.com

    Evans tips jersey battle tonight
    CADEL Evans predicts the yellow jersey battle will intensify in the Alps over the next two days. Currently sitting third overall behind Swiss Fabian Cancellara and Welshman Geraint Thomas, Evans is perfectly placed after surviving a dangerous first week. The Victorian excelled on the second stage over the cobbles from Wanze to Arenberg to claim the high ground among the general classification.
    Link: Cadel Evans tips yellow jersey battle to heat up as Tour de France reaches Alps | Herald Sun

    Mountains loom at Tour
    Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong is in 18th place after the 141-mile sixth stage from Montargis to Guegnon, won by Mark Cavendish for his second straight sprint-finish win. Armstrong is focused on this weekend. Today’s seventh stage is a 103-mile route along six low- to mid-grade climbs in the Jura range from Tournus to Station des Rousses.
    Link: Mountains loom at Tour - BostonHerald.com

    Leipheimer looks forward to the Alps
    Levi Leipheimer (RadioShack) spoke bullishly at the end of stage six of the Tour de France as he looked ahead to the coming days' rendezvous in the Alps, where he predicted that RadioShack would prove themselves "the best team in the mountains."
    Link: Leipheimer Looks Forward To The Alps | Cyclingnews.com
     
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    Nothing really challenging today, just up down up down all the way along. Most people will be able to hide in the bunch and it'll be a war of attrition with the sprinters and then the domestiques dropping off the back. I suspect that the peloton will still be 30 or 40 strong when they hit the finishing line unless one team really puts the hammer down.

    Still, with the average grade of most of these climbs being 4-5% you're going to need a very strong team to smash the race apart. They're probably going to be popping up these climbs at somewhere around 18mph. Anyone in the peloton, not facing wind resistance, will only be putting out roughly 75% of the power of the guy on the front. Now that's enough to drop sprinters and the weaker guys in the bunch but none of the main contenders are going to be put in trouble. If a team really puts the pace up on the steeper sections we might see a few cracks but I reckon only Radioshack is strong enough in the mountains to play that game. And they'll be thinking about tomorrow.

    So, my prediction, field gets narrowed down by the climbs and a strong man with a kick wins. Or possibly a break. Maybe Evans could take the stage?
     
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    Agreed, they'll be flying up these climbs. I doubt the tour will be won today ;) I hope they race hard though :cool: when combined with good racing, the roads are hard enough to produce time gaps for riders who are tired from the giro or not quite on form or are perhaps scared of getting busted by the drug testing wallopers.
     
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    I'm not sure I go along with Eld on this.
    I think this is going to be a difficult day for a lot of riders.

    6 climbs in this stage : difficult terrain for the roadmen like Freire and for sprinters like Petacchi.
    It will be interesting to see how Cavendish and Hushovd fare today in the first major mountain stage.

    I expect the lead men to mark one another but if there is any sign of weakness I expect them to put the boot in.

    Gonna watch all of todays stage - and then we have Uruguay/Germany for world cup third place play off!
    I'll be divorced at this rate:D
     
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    Go Germany :p
     
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    After looking at the GC I think Evans is the most likely to be in yellow after todays stage :cool:
     
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    Uruguay are not a bad side.

    Who are you backing to win the final, Steve - Holland or Spain?

    I think Holland just mught do it (apologies to our Spanish residents on this site).
     
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    You're giving your man the kiss o' death there, Steve:D

    Invariably if I back someone for the stage win, they collapse!
    I'd better not back Evans for today.


    I think you might see some like Kreuziger have a go today.
    Or maybe one of those nuggety Spanish climbers.
     
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    It will be interesting to see BMC at the front in the Alps. They're better than in Giro, but still far from Saxo and the Shack.
     
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    Nah he doesn't care what I think :eek:
     
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    Beautiful coutryside today. Hard to pick a winner; this stage is a good one for a breakaway or a really ambitious GC rider.
     
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    Looks very very warm today.
    Heat is clearly discernible.
    Jerseys are opened.


    cavendish is starting to struggle a little bit out there.
     
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    Eurosport saying that Kloden was complaining about the state of his hotel room.
    Bunk beds allegedly!
    His comment in L'Equipe today is that "we're obviously not footballers"
     
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    This is turning out to be a really interesting stage.

    Canc is suffering in the heat.

    Voekler's giving it a go.

    great racing.
     
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    Bodies all over the mountain on this last climb.

    Kloden dying 1,000 deaths.

    Great ride by Chavanel.

    Astana twisting the screw now
     
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    Hats off to Chavanel. He proved that stage to Spa wasn't a present from Cancellara... He did it again.
    It was opportunity to learn something about GC favorites. Rather who of them has the team, than who's the strongest.
     
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    Great ride by Chavanel, another stage win and the yellow jersey. Pineau also doing a great stage, clocking up lots of points for the polka dot jersey. Probably see him going off the front again on Tuesday.

    Can't wait until they post the full stage results, it'll be interesting to know who had the most team mates in that front group.
     
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    Radioshack with 4 riders in front group, Astana 3, Rabo 3 including Garate, Saxo, Liquigas and Sky 2.
    The Shack confirmed their strength despite leaving Kloden down the hill. Couple of Saxo's men stayed with Cancellara, Fuglsang amongst them. Astana showed potential and Liquigas underperformed, I'd say.
     
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EOJsrt8kP0]YouTube - 2010 Tour de France - Stage 7 post race interviews[/ame]

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzhHgKIO8gQ]YouTube - 2010 Tour de France - Stage 7 wrap with Mick Rogers[/ame]

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkAdDyxFOQQ]YouTube - Interview - Stage Winner 7[/ame]

    Stage 7 Results ( top 50 )

    1 Sylvain Chavanel (Fra) Quick Step 4:22:52
    2 Rafael Valls Ferri (Spa) Footon-Servetto 0:00:57
    3 Juan Manuel Gárate Cepa (Spa) Rabobank 0:01:27
    4 Thomas Voeckler (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:01:40
    5 Mathieu Perget (Fra) Caisse d'Epargne
    6 Daniel Moreno Fernandez (Spa) Omega Pharma-Lotto
    7 Pierrick Fedrigo (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:01:47
    8 Ryder Hesjedal (Can) Garmin - Transitions
    9 Ruben Plaza Molina (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne
    10 Eros Capecchi (Ita) Footon-Servetto
    11 Nicolas Roche (Irl) AG2R La Mondiale
    12 Linus Gerdemann (Ger) Team Milram
    13 Alberto Contador Velasco (Spa) Astana
    14 Cadel Evans (Aus) BMC Racing Team
    15 Cyril Gautier (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom
    16 Lance Armstrong (USA) Team Radioshack
    17 Damien Monier (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne
    18 Jurgen Van Den Broeck (Bel) Omega Pharma-Lotto
    19 Luis León Sánchez Gil (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne
    20 Andy Schleck (Lux) Team Saxo Bank
    21 Roman Kreuziger (Cze) Liquigas-Doimo
    22 Levi Leipheimer (USA) Team Radioshack
    23 Chris Anker Sørensen (Den) Team Saxo Bank
    24 Alexander Vinokourov (Kaz) Astana
    25 Pierre Rolland (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom
    26 Kevin De Weert (Bel) Quick Step
    27 Ivan Basso (Ita) Liquigas-Doimo
    28 Kanstantsin Siutsou (Blr) Team HTC - Columbia
    29 Denis Menchov (Rus) Rabobank
    30 Samuel Sánchez Gonzalez (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi
    31 Thomas Löfkvist (Swe) Sky Professional Cycling Team
    32 Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Sky Professional Cycling Team
    33 Daniel Navarro Garcia (Spa) Astana
    34 Johan Van Summeren (Bel) Garmin - Transitions
    35 Janez Brajkovic (Slo) Team Radioshack
    36 Christopher Horner (USA) Team Radioshack
    37 Robert Gesink (Ned) Rabobank
    38 Carlos Sastre (Spa) Cervelo Test Team
    39 Steve Morabito (Swi) BMC Racing Team
    40 Christophe Le Mevel (Fra) Française des Jeux
    41 Michael Rogers (Aus) Team HTC - Columbia
    42 Joaquin Rodriguez (Spa) Team Katusha
    43 Damiano Cunego (Ita) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:03:07
    44 Jérôme Pineau (Fra) Quick Step 0:03:55
    45 Christophe Kern (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:04:00
    46 Nicolas Vogondy (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom
    47 Sandy Casar (Fra) Française des Jeux
    48 John Gadret (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale
    49 Rémi Pauriol (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne
    50 Andreas Klöden (Ger) Team Radioshack

    General classification @ stage 7

    1 Sylvain Chavanel (Fra) Quick Step 33:01:23
    2 Cadel Evans (Aus) BMC Racing Team 0:01:25
    3 Ryder Hesjedal (Can) Garmin - Transitions 0:01:32
    4 Andy Schleck (Lux) Team Saxo Bank 0:01:55
    5 Alexander Vinokourov (Kaz) Astana 0:02:17
    6 Alberto Contador Velasco (Spa) Astana 0:02:26
    7 Jurgen Van Den Broeck (Bel) Omega Pharma-Lotto 0:02:28
    8 Nicolas Roche (Irl) AG2R La Mondiale
    9 Johan Van Summeren (Bel) Garmin - Transitions 0:02:33
    10 Denis Menchov (Rus) Rabobank 0:02:35
    11 Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Sky Professional Cycling Team
    12 Roman Kreuziger (Cze) Liquigas-Doimo 0:03:10
    13 Luis León Sánchez Gil (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne 0:03:11
    14 Lance Armstrong (USA) Team Radioshack 0:03:16
    15 Thomas Löfkvist (Swe) Sky Professional Cycling Team 0:03:20
    16 Rafael Valls Ferri (Spa) Footon-Servetto 0:03:39
    17 Levi Leipheimer (USA) Team Radioshack
    18 Juan Manuel Gárate Cepa (Spa) Rabobank 0:03:44
    19 Janez Brajkovic (Slo) Team Radioshack 0:03:46
    20 Michael Rogers (Aus) Team HTC - Columbia
    21 Samuel Sánchez Gonzalez (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi 0:03:50
    22 Christophe Le Mevel (Fra) Française des Jeux 0:03:58
    23 Robert Gesink (Ned) Rabobank 0:04:02
    24 Christopher Horner (USA) Team Radioshack 0:04:03
    25 Daniel Moreno Fernandez (Spa) Omega Pharma-Lotto 0:04:04
    26 Carlos Sastre (Spa) Cervelo Test Team 0:04:05
    27 Ivan Basso (Ita) Liquigas-Doimo 0:04:06
    28 Joaquin Rodriguez (Spa) Team Katusha 0:04:19
    29 Cyril Gautier (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:04:20
    30 Thomas Voeckler (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:04:35
    31 Geraint Thomas (GBr) Sky Professional Cycling Team 0:04:37
    32 Pierre Rolland (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:04:39
    33 Linus Gerdemann (Ger) Team Milram 0:05:19
    34 Damien Monier (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:05:31
    35 Andreas Klöden (Ger) Team Radioshack 0:06:00
    36 Bram Tankink (Ned) Rabobank 0:06:01
    37 Vladimir Karpets (Rus) Team Katusha 0:06:04
    38 Maxime Monfort (Bel) Team HTC - Columbia 0:06:05
    39 Sandy Casar (Fra) Française des Jeux 0:06:13
    40 Rémi Pauriol (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:06:26
    41 John Gadret (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale 0:06:29
    42 Christophe Kern (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:06:30
    43 Jérôme Pineau (Fra) Quick Step 0:07:41
    44 Ruben Plaza Molina (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne 0:07:50
    45 Christophe Riblon (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale 0:08:05
    46 Grischa Niermann (Ger) Rabobank 0:08:18
    47 Kevin De Weert (Bel) Quick Step 0:08:19
    48 Kanstantsin Siutsou (Blr) Team HTC - Columbia 0:08:22
    49 Pierrick Fedrigo (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:08:27
    50 Alexandr Kolobnev (Rus) Team Katusha 0:08:51
    51 Nicolas Vogondy (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:10:33
    52 Christian Knees (Ger) Team Milram 0:12:19
    53 José Ivan Gutierrez Palacios (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne 0:12:25
    54 Yaroslav Popovych (Ukr) Team Radioshack 0:12:27
    55 Julien El Farès (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:12:35
    56 Egoi Martinez De Esteban (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi 0:12:47
    57 Volodymir Gustov (Ukr) Cervelo Test Team
    58 Fabian Cancellara (Swi) Team Saxo Bank 0:13:11
    59 Carlos Barredo Llamazales (Spa) Quick Step 0:13:45
    60 Gorka Verdugo Marcotegui (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi 0:13:46
    61 Jakob Fuglsang (Den) Team Saxo Bank 0:14:56
    62 Rui Alberto Faria da Costa (Por) Caisse d'Epargne 0:15:12
    63 Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne 0:15:43
    64 Amaël Moinard (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:16:26
    65 Johannes Fröhlinger (Ger) Team Milram 0:16:33
    66 Thomas Rohregger (Aut) Team Milram 0:16:38
    67 Sébastien Minard (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:16:44
    68 Fabian Wegmann (Ger) Team Milram 0:16:54
    69 Iban Velasco Murillo (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi 0:16:56
    70 Danilo Hondo (Ger) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:17:08
    71 Alexander Kuschynski (Blr) Liquigas-Doimo 0:18:13
    72 Mathieu Perget (Fra) Caisse d'Epargne 0:19:24
    73 David Millar (GBr) Garmin - Transitions 0:20:02
    74 Steve Morabito (Swi) BMC Racing Team 0:20:15
    75 Christophe Moreau (Fra) Caisse d'Epargne 0:20:31
    76 Tony Martin (Ger) Team HTC - Columbia 0:20:48
    77 Mario Aerts (Bel) Omega Pharma-Lotto 0:20:56
    78 Arkaitz Duran Daroca (Spa) Footon-Servetto 0:21:02
    79 Aitor Perez Arrieta (Spa) Footon-Servetto 0:21:17
    80 Sergio Paulinho (Por) Team Radioshack 0:21:18
    81 Matthieu Ladagnous (Fra) Française des Jeux 0:21:27
    82 Jurgen Van De Walle (Bel) Quick Step 0:21:36
    83 Alessandro Ballan (Ita) BMC Racing Team 0:21:38
    84 Martin Elmiger (Swi) AG2R La Mondiale 0:21:39
    85 Juan Antonio Flecha Giannoni (Spa) Sky Professional Cycling Team 0:21:42
    86 Serge Pauwels (Bel) Sky Professional Cycling Team 0:21:45
    87 Benjamin Noval Gonzalez (Spa) Astana 0:21:46
    88 Michael Barry (Can) Sky Professional Cycling Team
    89 Mauro Da Dalto (Ita) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:21:54
    90 Inaki Isasi Flores (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi 0:21:59
    91 Eduard Vorganov (Rus) Team Katusha 0:22:07
    92 George Hincapie (USA) BMC Racing Team 0:22:23
    93 Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor) Sky Professional Cycling Team
    94 Thor Hushovd (Nor) Cervelo Test Team 0:22:32
    95 Alexandr Pliuschin (Mda) Team Katusha 0:23:02
    96 Imanol Erviti Ollo (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne 0:23:06
    97 Maxim Iglinskiy (Kaz) Astana 0:23:10
    98 Robbie McEwen (Aus) Team Katusha 0:24:05
    99 Andriy Grivko (Ukr) Astana 0:24:21
    100 Kristjan Koren (Slo) Liquigas-Doimo 0:24:23
    101 Jurgen Roelandts (Bel) Omega Pharma-Lotto 0:24:26
    102 Karsten Kroon (Ned) BMC Racing Team 0:24:54
    103 Steven Cummings (GBr) Sky Professional Cycling Team 0:25:00
    104 Yukiya Arashiro (Jpn) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:25:03
    105 Damiano Cunego (Ita) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:25:17
    106 Paolo Tiralongo (Ita) Astana 0:25:47
    107 Martijn Maaskant (Ned) Garmin - Transitions 0:25:57
    108 Daniel Oss (Ita) Liquigas-Doimo
    109 Rémy Di Grégorio (Fra) Française des Jeux 0:26:00
    110 Ruben Perez Moreno (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi 0:26:20
    111 Vasili Kiryienka (Blr) Caisse d'Epargne 0:26:49
    112 Robert Hunter (RSA) Garmin - Transitions 0:27:07
    113 Eros Capecchi (Ita) Footon-Servetto 0:28:41
    114 Luke Roberts (Aus) Team Milram
    115 Simon Gerrans (Aus) Sky Professional Cycling Team 0:28:52
    116 Oscar Freire Gomez (Spa) Rabobank 0:28:57
    117 Mauro Santambrogio (Ita) BMC Racing Team 0:28:58
    118 Anthony Charteau (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:29:08
    119 Sébastien Turgot (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:29:09
    120 Sylvester Szmyd (Pol) Liquigas-Doimo 0:29:11
    121 Matthieu Sprick (Fra) Bbox Bouygues Telecom 0:29:19
    122 Fabio Felline (Ita) Footon-Servetto 0:29:28
    123 Francis De Greef (Bel) Omega Pharma-Lotto 0:29:29
    124 Maarten Tjallingii (Ned) Rabobank 0:29:32
    125 Rinaldo Nocentini (Ita) AG2R La Mondiale
    126 Wesley Sulzberger (Aus) Française des Jeux 0:29:34
    127 Maarten Wijnants (Bel) Quick Step 0:29:36
    128 Mark Cavendish (GBr) Team HTC - Columbia 0:30:24
    129 Iban Mayoz Echeverria (Spa) Footon-Servetto 0:30:30
    130 Grégory Rast (Swi) Team Radioshack 0:30:31
    131 Lloyd Mondory (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale 0:30:34
    132 Alessandro Petacchi (Ita) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:30:47
    133 Sebastian Lang (Ger) Omega Pharma-Lotto 0:31:18
    134 Markus Eibegger (Aut) Footon-Servetto 0:31:21
    135 Daniel Navarro Garcia (Spa) Astana 0:31:22
    136 Serguei Ivanov (Rus) Team Katusha 0:31:42
    137 Brent Bookwalter (USA) BMC Racing Team 0:32:11
    138 Jens Voigt (Ger) Team Saxo Bank 0:32:36
    139 Koos Moerenhout (Ned) Rabobank 0:33:01
    140 Jérémy Roy (Fra) Française des Jeux 0:33:46
    141 Gerald Ciolek (Ger) Team Milram 0:33:55
    142 Bernhard Eisel (Aut) Team HTC - Columbia 0:33:57
    143 Francesco Gavazzi (Ita) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:34:12
    144 Lars Boom (Ned) Rabobank 0:34:24
    145 Mark Renshaw (Aus) Team HTC - Columbia 0:34:42
    146 Kevin Seeldrayers (Bel) Quick Step 0:35:37
    147 Jose Alberto Benitez Roman (Spa) Footon-Servetto 0:36:03
    148 Matti Breschel (Den) Team Saxo Bank 0:36:08
    149 Charles Wegelius (GBr) Omega Pharma-Lotto 0:36:16
    150 Jeremy Hunt (GBr) Cervelo Test Team 0:36:23
    151 Benoït Vaugrenard (Fra) Française des Jeux 0:36:44
    152 Mirco Lorenzetto (Ita) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:36:52
    153 Chris Anker Sørensen (Den) Team Saxo Bank 0:37:13
    154 Marcus Burghardt (Ger) BMC Racing Team 0:37:14
    155 Matthew Lloyd (Aus) Omega Pharma-Lotto 0:38:34
    156 Julian Dean (NZl) Garmin - Transitions 0:38:58
    157 Francesco Bellotti (Ita) Liquigas-Doimo 0:39:12
    158 Pavel Brutt (Rus) Team Katusha 0:40:31
    159 Daniel Lloyd (GBr) Cervelo Test Team 0:40:39
    160 Maxime Bouet (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale 0:40:42
    161 Manuel Quinziato (Ita) Liquigas-Doimo 0:41:28
    162 Brett Lancaster (Aus) Cervelo Test Team 0:41:32
    163 Brian Vandborg (Den) Liquigas-Doimo 0:41:36
    164 Anthony Geslin (Fra) Française des Jeux 0:41:43
    165 Dimitri Champion (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale 0:41:45
    166 Stéphane Auge (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:42:31
    167 David Zabriskie (USA) Garmin - Transitions 0:42:36
    168 Bert Grabsch (Ger) Team HTC - Columbia 0:43:06
    169 Francesco Reda (Ita) Quick Step 0:43:15
    170 Tyler Farrar (USA) Garmin - Transitions 0:43:16
    171 Stuart O'Grady (Aus) Team Saxo Bank 0:44:24
    172 Rein Taaramae (Est) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:44:39
    173 Roger Kluge (Ger) Team Milram 0:44:58
    174 David De La Fuente Rasilla (Spa) Astana 0:48:27
    175 Ignatas Konovalovas (Ltu) Cervelo Test Team 0:48:56
    176 Simon Spilak (Slo) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:49:14
    177 Nicki Sörensen (Den) Team Saxo Bank 0:49:24
    178 Dries Devenyns (Bel) Quick Step 0:50:51
    179 Andreas Klier (Ger) Cervelo Test Team
    180 Alan Perez Lezaun (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi 0:50:58
    181 Samuel Dumoulin (Fra) Cofidis, Le Credit en Ligne 0:52:03
    182 Grega Bole (Slo) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:56:12
    183 Adriano Malori (Ita) Lampre-Farnese Vini 0:56:55
    184 Dmitriy Muravyev (Kaz) Team Radioshack 0:56:59
    185 Anthony Roux (Fra) Française des Jeux 0:57:01
    186 Jesus Hernandez Blazquez (Spa) Astana 1:01:08
     
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