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Giro d'Italia - Stage 21 - Monza to Milano
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1. Emden (NED) 2. Dumoulin (NED) 3. Quinziato (ITA) 4. Kiryienka (BLR) 5. Rosskopf (USA) 6. Barta (CZE) 7. Preidler (AUT) 8. Jungels (LUX) 9. Tratnik (SLO) 10. Bikkazakova (CRC)
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2011 Tour de France stage 17 photos by Graham Watson
Col de Montgenèvre With the break up the road, the peloton settled in for a day of climbing, but it was clear the big fight would come at the end. BOASSON ESCAPE 1 Europcar at work Europcar gets to work to protect their guy in yellow. Sky's options Sky put two riders in the big break. Voeckler Despite a couple of unnerving bobbles on the final descent, Voeckler managed to save his jersey … for another day, at least. The break It took two tries and more than 50k before the day’s break formed. Roche Roche tried to bridge to the break. He got close, but didn’t quite make it. Chase duty Europcar spent much of the day working to protect Voeckler’s hold on yellow. Evans Evans put the pressure on the favorites on the day’s final climb. The chasing trio De Weert, Roche and Hoogerland try to bridge. Perez Moreno Perez Moreno attacked on the climb to Sestrières, but was caught on the Côte de Pramartino. Heading to a showdown Lampre sets tempo as teams jockey for position in the charge to the final climb. BMC BMC took command of the peloton early on the Côte de Pramartino. TOUR DE FRANCE - STAGE SEVENTEEN 2011 Tour de France, stage 17 Danielson Danielson holds on to a spot in the top 10 Contador, Schleck and Voeckler Contador attacked and Andy Schleck and Voeckler were the first to react. Frank Schleck Frank Schleck ups the tempo on the final climb. If at first ... On the heels of a disappointing second-place finish on Tuesday, Boasson Hagen came right back and won on Wednesday. Voeckler Voeckler is having a terrific run in yellow. When will it come to an end? Will it? Cavendish in green Cavendish his holding on to a nice lead in the points competition.