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2018 Tour de France

STAGE 10: Annecy to Le Grand-Bornand

Tuesday, July 17, 7:35 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. ET

With stage 10, ASO is bringing professional cycling back toward its roots — and onto dirt. The route will tackle the kind of unsurfaced road that the peloton would have raced on in pre-war times. The last time the Tour faced a mountain road of this type was in 1987, during stage 20 between Villard-de-Lans and Alpe d’Huez. Frenchman Denis Roux led over the Col du Coq, where the final 300 meters were unpaved.

This year, the Plateau de Glières climb will follow the Col de la Croix Fry. Coming the day after the first rest day, the tough six-kilometer ascent, averaging 11 percent, will bring some surprises, especially the unsurfaced section that extends for 1.8 kilometers beyond the summit.

“Team leaders will have to have lots of support around them in case of punctures,” warns route director Thierry Gouvenou.

The section across the Plateau de Glières, which lies at 1,390 meters above sea level, comes 68.5 kilometers into stage 10. Since the stage is 159 kilometers in total, the unsurfaced section isn’t likely to have a decisive impact on the general classification. Certainly, it should have far less impact than the passes that follow it, the Romme and the Colombière, which are more obvious tests before the riders plummet into Le Grand-Bornand. This sequence of climbs, which has only featured on one occasion in previous Tour history, produced a huge spectacle in 2009, when Fränk Schleck claimed the stage.

The impetus for the introduction of Plateau des Glières to the Tour route is, however, not only driven by sporting considerations. “We are going there with a focus on history as much as sport and aesthetics,” says Tour director Christian Prudhomme. In March 1944, 463 Resistance fighters took refuge on the Plateau de Glières, in the heart of Haute-Savoie’s Bornes massif. Surrounded by 5,000 German soldiers and members of the Vichy militia, 121 were killed. It has been the site of the National Monument to the Resistance since 2003. Today a monumental sculpture resides at the spot — 15 meters high and 21 meters wide, it depicts the sun resting in a hand.

Tour de France, stage 10

Stage 10: Alaphilippe's maiden win; Van Avermaet attacks to keep yellow

Julian Alaphilippe
Julian Alaphilippe took his maiden Tour de France stage win on Tuesday. Photo: Tim de Waele | Getty Images

After tirelessly animating the day’s breakaway, Julian Alaphilippe was rewarded with his first career stage win at the Tour de France in stage 10 Tuesday.

Quick-Step’s Frenchman was disappointed to miss out on a chance to win stage 6 atop the short Mur de Bretagne climb, a finale that would ordinarily suit him. He got redemption in Le Grand-Bornand after 158.5 kilometers of mountainous racing, with Ion Izagirre (Bahrain-Merida) second and Rein Taaramae (Direct Energie) third.

“I can’t describe it. Going for a win like this was a big dream for me,” said Alaphilippe, who twice came close to winning a stage on his debut in 2016 before being sidelined by injury in 2017. “I’ve worked really hard for this. Not everyone realizes how important it is for a cyclist to take part in the Tour. For a Frenchman, it’s simply unavoidable.”

Alaphilippe was joined by one of his fellow classics specialists in the day’s big breakaway, Greg Van Avermaet (BMC). The Belgian went off the front with the early move to preserve his yellow jersey. He did that and then some. With a fourth-place finish, Van Avermaet extended his overall lead to 2:22 over Geraint Thomas (Team Sky).

“You have to read the racing situation a little bit, I think, and that’s what I did,” Van Avermaet said. “I was waiting for the right moment and then I got in a big group with the guys who want to win the stage, and I was able to keep the yellow jersey.”

On the Tour’s first trip into the Alps, lots of riders were clamoring to get in the day’s breakaway.

However, it was a bit unusual to see the yellow jersey make the move of about 21 riders early in the day. The GC outfits seemed content to let the Olympic champion ride away. Team Sky set a steady tempo on the front of the peloton.

“I had to find the right moment, and when they went on the big climb I thought I’d just see how Sky reacted and they didn’t react,” said Van Avermaet. “I took six or seven minutes, and I knew it would be a good day for me.”

Over the first big climb, the Cat. 1 Col de la Croix Fry, Rudy Molard (FDJ) and Taaramae attacked.

They were brought back in time for the next challenge, Plateau de Glières, which was hors categorie. When the 13-rider break reached the dirt on this steep climb, averaging 11.2 percent, Alaphilippe first indicated his intentions, attacking alone.

Julian Alaphilippe
Julian Alaphilippe attacked on the Plateau de Glières in stage 10. Photo: Tim de Waele | Getty Images

The Van Avermaet group managed Alaphilippe’s move and brought him back with a long valley before Col de Romme.

On this penultimate climb, Taaramae again went off the front, and this time it looked like his move might stick. Warren Barguil (Fortuneo-Samsic) tried to ride across the gap and failed.

But then, about 30 kilometers from the finish, Alaphilippe jumped again.

He rode across the gap to the Estonian and soon dispatched Taaramae in the final 500 meters of the Cat. 1 climb.

Although Taaramae briefly rejoined the Frenchman, he couldn’t keep up on the sinuous descent. Alaphilippe rode up and over the Col de la Colombière and took a solo victory.

“I’m happy the last 10 kilometers was downhill because it gave me the chance to understand what was happening to me,” Alaphilippe added.

Behind, in the main group led by Team Sky, most of the GC favorites were content to keep their powder dry. However, the steady pace, as well as a late attack by Dan Martin (Quick-Step Floors), saw Rigoberto Uran (EF Education First-Drapac) come unglued on the last climb.

The Colombian, who finished second in last year’s Tour, lost more than 2:30 to the Froome group.

Someone from that GC group — perhaps Froome’s teammate Thomas — will take yellow from Van Avermaet Wednesday as stage 11 features four categorized climbs over 108.5km and an uphill finish on La Rosiere at the end of a 17.6km climb.

“I think this was the max — I went deep today,” Van Avermaet added. “It will be super hard to keep it. I have really no intention. Tomorrow it’ll be over.”

Tour de France Stage 10 Results

RankNameTeamTime
1ALAPHILIPPE JulianQuick-Step Floors4:25:27
2IZAGIRRE IonBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team1:34
3TAARAMÄE ReinDirect Energie1:40
4VAN AVERMAET GregBMC Racing Team1:44
5PAUWELS SergeTeam Dimension Data,,
6CALMEJANE LilianDirect Energie2:24
7MARTIN DanUAE-Team Emirates3:23
8ROGLIČ PrimožTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,
9GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ,,
10THOMAS GeraintTeam Sky,,
11BARDET RomainAG2R La Mondiale,,
12KRUIJSWIJK StevenTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,
13YATES AdamMitchelton-Scott,,
14FUGLSANG JakobAstana Pro Team,,
15FROOME ChrisTeam Sky,,
16DUMOULIN TomTeam Sunweb ,,
17VALVERDE AlejandroMovistar Team,,
18QUINTANA NairoMovistar Team,,
19NIBALI VincenzoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
20LANDA MikelMovistar Team,,
21MOLARD RudyGroupama - FDJ,,
22LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale,,
23MARTIN GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert3:28
24BERNAL EganTeam Sky3:38
25GESINK RobertTeam LottoNL-Jumbo3:55
26JUNGELS BobQuick-Step Floors4:14
27CARUSO DamianoBMC Racing Team,,
28POZZOVIVO DomenicoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
29NIEVE MikelMitchelton-Scott,,
30MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo,,
31ZAKARIN IlnurTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,
32MAJKA RafałBORA - hansgrohe,,
33POELS WoutTeam Sky4:26
34URÁN RigobertoTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale5:59
35KANGERT TanelAstana Pro Team8:14
36TOLHOEK AntwanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,
37VICHOT ArthurGroupama - FDJ9:47
38TEN DAM LaurensTeam Sunweb 10:52
39HERRADA JesúsCofidis, Solutions Crédits,,
40BERNARD JulienTrek - Segafredo,,
41BOSWELL IanTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,
42FRANK MathiasAG2R La Mondiale,,
43HANSEN JesperAstana Pro Team,,
44VAN GARDEREN TejayBMC Racing Team,,
45IZAGIRRE GorkaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
46BARGUIL WarrenTeam Fortuneo - Samsic10:57
47HOWSON DamienMitchelton-Scott11:25
48KWIATKOWSKI MichałTeam Sky,,
49BOUET MaximeTeam Fortuneo - Samsic12:11
50SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data,,
51ĐURASEK KristijanUAE-Team Emirates,,
52MOINARD AmaëlTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
53GESBERT ÉlieTeam Fortuneo - Samsic14:54
54KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb 15:02
55GESCHKE SimonTeam Sunweb 15:03
56DEGAND ThomasWanty - Groupe Gobert17:42
57ATAPUMA DarwinUAE-Team Emirates17:47
58GALLOPIN TonyAG2R La Mondiale18:25
59ARNDT NikiasTeam Sunweb 18:52
60KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team,,
61PASQUALON AndreaWanty - Groupe Gobert,,
62STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo,,
63MINNAARD MarcoWanty - Groupe Gobert,,
64LUDVIGSSON TobiasGroupama - FDJ,,
65HAGA ChadTeam Sunweb ,,
66MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
67KOCHETKOV PavelTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,
68PELLIZOTTI FrancoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
69CHAVANEL SylvainDirect Energie,,
70DE KORT KoenTrek - Segafredo,,
71CLARKE SimonTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
72IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott,,
73VALGREN MichaelAstana Pro Team,,
74ROLLAND PierreTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
75AMADOR AndreyMovistar Team,,
76FRAILE OmarAstana Pro Team,,
77CASTROVIEJO JonathanTeam Sky,,
78EDET NicolasCofidis, Solutions Crédits21:28
79PEREZ AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits,,
80DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal,,
81SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo,,
82MARTENS PaulTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,
83BEVIN PatrickBMC Racing Team,,
84GOGL MichaelTrek - Segafredo21:33
85SCHÄR MichaelBMC Racing Team22:36
86OFFREDO YoannWanty - Groupe Gobert,,
87GILBERT PhilippeQuick-Step Floors,,
88SOLER MarcMovistar Team24:28
89DILLIER SilvanAG2R La Mondiale25:03
90TURGIS AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits,,
91THEUNS EdwardTeam Sunweb ,,
92PICHON LaurentTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
93LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
94CLAEYS DimitriCofidis, Solutions Crédits,,
95GERRANS SimonBMC Racing Team,,
96NAESEN OliverAG2R La Mondiale,,
97DECLERCQ TimQuick-Step Floors,,
98MARCZYŃSKI TomaszLotto Soudal,,
99LAMPAERT YvesQuick-Step Floors,,
100VANENDERT JelleLotto Soudal,,
101VACHON FlorianTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
102ERVITI ImanolMovistar Team,,
103SUTHERLAND RoryUAE-Team Emirates,,
104POLJAŃSKI PawełBORA - hansgrohe,,
105SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert,,
106NAVARRO DanielCofidis, Solutions Crédits,,
107CORT MagnusAstana Pro Team,,
108SIMON JulienCofidis, Solutions Crédits,,
109SICARD RomainDirect Energie,,
110MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe,,
111GRUZDEV DmitriyAstana Pro Team,,
112COLBRELLI SonnyBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
113DURBRIDGE LukeMitchelton-Scott25:23
114HAYMAN MathewMitchelton-Scott,,
115SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe26:29
116OSS DanielBORA - hansgrohe,,
117MARCATO MarcoUAE-Team Emirates27:50
118POLITT NilsTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,
119PHINNEY TaylorTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
120JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtTeam Dimension Data,,
121KRISTOFF AlexanderUAE-Team Emirates,,
122BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldTeam Dimension Data,,
123DEGENKOLB JohnTrek - Segafredo,,
124SINKELDAM RamonGroupama - FDJ,,
125SIEBERG MarcelLotto Soudal,,
126DE BUYST JasperLotto Soudal,,
127TERPSTRA NikiQuick-Step Floors,,
128TROIA OlivieroUAE-Team Emirates,,
129PÖSTLBERGER LukasBORA - hansgrohe,,
130BURGHARDT MarcusBORA - hansgrohe,,
131GAVIRIA FernandoQuick-Step Floors,,
132GREIPEL AndréLotto Soudal,,
133GUARNIERI JacopoGroupama - FDJ,,
134ROWE LukeTeam Sky,,
135THOMSON Jay RobertTeam Dimension Data,,
136LAPORTE ChristopheCofidis, Solutions Crédits,,
137GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie,,
138MOSCON GianniTeam Sky,,
139BOUDAT ThomasDirect Energie,,
140KOREN KristijanBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
141BODNAR MaciejBORA - hansgrohe,,
142HAUSSLER HeinrichBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
143COUSIN JérômeDirect Energie,,
144LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ,,
145SCULLY TomTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
146DÉMARE ArnaudGroupama - FDJ,,
147RICHEZE MaximilianoQuick-Step Floors,,
148GAUDIN DamienDirect Energie,,
149VANMARCKE SepTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
150BENNATI DanieleMovistar Team,,
151HARDY RomainTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
152FERRARI RobertoUAE-Team Emirates,,
153CRADDOCK LawsonTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
154BAUER JackMitchelton-Scott29:56
155VERMOTE JulienTeam Dimension Data34:02
156VAN KEIRSBULCK GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert,,
157JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,
158DUPONT TimothyWanty - Groupe Gobert,,
159CAVENDISH MarkTeam Dimension Data,,
160ROOSEN TimoTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,
161ZABEL RickTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,
162KITTEL MarcelTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,
163HEPBURN MichaelMitchelton-Scott,,
164GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,
165RENSHAW MarkTeam Dimension Data,,
RankNameTeamTime
1VAN AVERMAET GregBMC Racing Team 40:34:28
2THOMAS GeraintTeam Sky2:22
3VALVERDE AlejandroMovistar Team3:10
4FUGLSANG JakobAstana Pro Team3:12
5JUNGELS BobQuick-Step Floors3:20
6FROOME ChrisTeam Sky3:21
7YATES AdamMitchelton-Scott,,
8LANDA MikelMovistar Team,,
9NIBALI VincenzoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team3:27
10ROGLIČ PrimožTeam LottoNL-Jumbo3:36
11DUMOULIN TomTeam Sunweb 3:42
12KRUIJSWIJK StevenTeam LottoNL-Jumbo3:45
13MAJKA RafałBORA - hansgrohe4:02
14BARDET RomainAG2R La Mondiale4:11
15MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo4:28
16QUINTANA NairoMovistar Team4:29
17MARTIN DanUAE-Team Emirates5:01
18ZAKARIN IlnurTeam Katusha - Alpecin5:12
19PAUWELS SergeTeam Dimension Data,,
20POZZOVIVO DomenicoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team5:18
21CALMEJANE LilianDirect Energie5:41
22URÁN RigobertoTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale7:08
23NIEVE MikelMitchelton-Scott7:11
24IZAGIRRE IonBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team8:06
25LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale10:59
26BARGUIL WarrenTeam Fortuneo - Samsic11:50
27CARUSO DamianoBMC Racing Team11:51
28ALAPHILIPPE JulianQuick-Step Floors12:05
29MARTIN GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert12:53
30KANGERT TanelAstana Pro Team13:09
31KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb 15:01
32VAN GARDEREN TejayBMC Racing Team15:13
33BOUET MaximeTeam Fortuneo - Samsic17:27
34MOINARD AmaëlTeam Fortuneo - Samsic19:33
35BERNAL EganTeam Sky19:46
36ĐURASEK KristijanUAE-Team Emirates19:58
37BERNARD JulienTrek - Segafredo21:21
38ROLLAND PierreTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale21:29
39GILBERT PhilippeQuick-Step Floors21:36
40CHAVANEL SylvainDirect Energie21:50
41GESCHKE SimonTeam Sunweb 22:56
42GESINK RobertTeam LottoNL-Jumbo23:33
43IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott24:02
44TAARAMÄE ReinDirect Energie24:03
45MOLARD RudyGroupama - FDJ25:49
46GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ26:41
47VICHOT ArthurGroupama - FDJ27:23
48SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data27:46
49SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe27:53
50STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo29:08
51FRANK MathiasAG2R La Mondiale30:30
52KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team30:58
53HAGA ChadTeam Sunweb 32:06
54BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldTeam Dimension Data32:11
55GALLOPIN TonyAG2R La Mondiale32:14
56AMADOR AndreyMovistar Team32:55
57CORT MagnusAstana Pro Team33:38
58IZAGIRRE GorkaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team33:55
59NAESEN OliverAG2R La Mondiale34:35
60BOUDAT ThomasDirect Energie34:49
61FRAILE OmarAstana Pro Team34:58
62BURGHARDT MarcusBORA - hansgrohe34:59
63KOCHETKOV PavelTeam Katusha - Alpecin35:39
64PASQUALON AndreaWanty - Groupe Gobert37:46
65PELLIZOTTI FrancoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team37:54
66MINNAARD MarcoWanty - Groupe Gobert38:25
67DE KORT KoenTrek - Segafredo38:41
68KWIATKOWSKI MichałTeam Sky40:05
69DEGAND ThomasWanty - Groupe Gobert40:19
70POLITT NilsTeam Katusha - Alpecin40:31
71TEN DAM LaurensTeam Sunweb 41:38
72DEGENKOLB JohnTrek - Segafredo41:50
73GOGL MichaelTrek - Segafredo41:54
74JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtTeam Dimension Data42:22
75THEUNS EdwardTeam Sunweb 43:38
76SIMON JulienCofidis, Solutions Crédits43:48
77MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale43:55
78LUDVIGSSON TobiasGroupama - FDJ44:14
79KRISTOFF AlexanderUAE-Team Emirates44:20
80VANENDERT JelleLotto Soudal44:22
81HERRADA JesúsCofidis, Solutions Crédits45:00
82LAMPAERT YvesQuick-Step Floors45:09
83COLBRELLI SonnyBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team45:31
84ARNDT NikiasTeam Sunweb 46:22
85POELS WoutTeam Sky46:35
86ERVITI ImanolMovistar Team46:39
87TOLHOEK AntwanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo47:03
88VALGREN MichaelAstana Pro Team47:25
89OSS DanielBORA - hansgrohe47:39
90MARTENS PaulTeam LottoNL-Jumbo48:03
91ATAPUMA DarwinUAE-Team Emirates48:46
92SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo48:55
93VANMARCKE SepTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale49:12
94SOLER MarcMovistar Team49:20
95EDET NicolasCofidis, Solutions Crédits49:52
96GAVIRIA FernandoQuick-Step Floors50:07
97DURBRIDGE LukeMitchelton-Scott50:17
98OFFREDO YoannWanty - Groupe Gobert50:29
99HAYMAN MathewMitchelton-Scott50:31
100DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal,,
101GESBERT ÉlieTeam Fortuneo - Samsic50:50
102HARDY RomainTeam Fortuneo - Samsic50:54
103SICARD RomainDirect Energie50:55
104KOREN KristijanBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team51:10
105MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe51:35
106VACHON FlorianTeam Fortuneo - Samsic51:40
107MARCATO MarcoUAE-Team Emirates52:37
108DILLIER SilvanAG2R La Mondiale,,
109SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert53:54
110COUSIN JérômeDirect Energie54:14
111CLARKE SimonTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale54:34
112HAUSSLER HeinrichBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team54:38
113PICHON LaurentTeam Fortuneo - Samsic54:41
114BAUER JackMitchelton-Scott55:32
115POLJAŃSKI PawełBORA - hansgrohe55:59
116BOSWELL IanTeam Katusha - Alpecin56:09
117GRUZDEV DmitriyAstana Pro Team56:20
118MOSCON GianniTeam Sky58:31
119HANSEN JesperAstana Pro Team59:29
120MARCZYŃSKI TomaszLotto Soudal1:00:22
121VERMOTE JulienTeam Dimension Data1:00:23
122DECLERCQ TimQuick-Step Floors1:01:34
123PÖSTLBERGER LukasBORA - hansgrohe1:01:37
124SINKELDAM RamonGroupama - FDJ1:01:42
125SCULLY TomTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale1:01:59
126TERPSTRA NikiQuick-Step Floors1:02:10
127SCHÄR MichaelBMC Racing Team1:02:12
128DÉMARE ArnaudGroupama - FDJ1:02:21
129RICHEZE MaximilianoQuick-Step Floors1:02:30
130LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ1:02:54
131HOWSON DamienMitchelton-Scott1:02:55
132TROIA OlivieroUAE-Team Emirates1:02:56
133GREIPEL AndréLotto Soudal1:03:30
134BEVIN PatrickBMC Racing Team1:03:34
135HEPBURN MichaelMitchelton-Scott1:04:42
136GERRANS SimonBMC Racing Team1:04:56
137LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic1:05:26
138CASTROVIEJO JonathanTeam Sky1:05:46
139PHINNEY TaylorTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale1:06:11
140DUPONT TimothyWanty - Groupe Gobert1:07:08
141FERRARI RobertoUAE-Team Emirates1:07:15
142ROWE LukeTeam Sky1:08:03
143NAVARRO DanielCofidis, Solutions Crédits1:08:22
144SIEBERG MarcelLotto Soudal1:09:00
145GAUDIN DamienDirect Energie1:09:25
146PEREZ AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits1:09:28
147LAPORTE ChristopheCofidis, Solutions Crédits1:09:49
148CAVENDISH MarkTeam Dimension Data1:11:00
149VAN KEIRSBULCK GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert1:11:19
150BENNATI DanieleMovistar Team,,
151SUTHERLAND RoryUAE-Team Emirates1:11:39
152BODNAR MaciejBORA - hansgrohe1:12:01
153GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie1:15:49
154CLAEYS DimitriCofidis, Solutions Crédits1:16:17
155GUARNIERI JacopoGroupama - FDJ1:16:23
156ZABEL RickTeam Katusha - Alpecin1:19:26
157DE BUYST JasperLotto Soudal1:20:46
158TURGIS AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits1:21:24
159ROOSEN TimoTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:24:49
160GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:28:09
161THOMSON Jay RobertTeam Dimension Data1:28:35
162JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:29:24
163RENSHAW MarkTeam Dimension Data1:29:30
164KITTEL MarcelTeam Katusha - Alpecin1:32:16
165CRADDOCK LawsonTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale1:46:07
RankNameTeamPoints
1SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe319
2GAVIRIA FernandoQuick-Step Floors218
3GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo132
4KRISTOFF AlexanderUAE-Team Emirates129
5DÉMARE ArnaudGroupama - FDJ106
6GREIPEL AndréLotto Soudal106
7DEGENKOLB JohnTrek - Segafredo100
8PASQUALON AndreaWanty - Groupe Gobert72
9GILBERT PhilippeQuick-Step Floors70
10VAN AVERMAET GregBMC Racing Team69
11ALAPHILIPPE JulianQuick-Step Floors64
12COLBRELLI SonnyBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team64
13MARTIN DanUAE-Team Emirates54
14KITTEL MarcelTeam Katusha - Alpecin54
15VALVERDE AlejandroMovistar Team53
16COUSIN JérômeDirect Energie50
17CALMEJANE LilianDirect Energie45
18CHAVANEL SylvainDirect Energie43
19PICHON LaurentTeam Fortuneo - Samsic40
20DUPONT TimothyWanty - Groupe Gobert40
21OSS DanielBORA - hansgrohe38
22BOUDAT ThomasDirect Energie35
23LAMPAERT YvesQuick-Step Floors34
24BODNAR MaciejBORA - hansgrohe33
25EDET NicolasCofidis, Solutions Crédits32
26LAPORTE ChristopheCofidis, Solutions Crédits32
27GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie31
28DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal30
29LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale29
30RICHEZE MaximilianoQuick-Step Floors28
31CAVENDISH MarkTeam Dimension Data28
32MAJKA RafałBORA - hansgrohe26
33VAN KEIRSBULCK GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert24
34THOMAS GeraintTeam Sky23
35SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert23
36GESBERT ÉlieTeam Fortuneo - Samsic22
37STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo20
38GAUDIN DamienDirect Energie20
39JUNGELS BobQuick-Step Floors18
40YATES AdamMitchelton-Scott18
41IZAGIRRE IonBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team18
42IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott18
43MINNAARD MarcoWanty - Groupe Gobert17
44PÖSTLBERGER LukasBORA - hansgrohe17
45LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic17
46CLAEYS DimitriCofidis, Solutions Crédits17
47TURGIS AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits17
48NIBALI VincenzoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team16
49PAUWELS SergeTeam Dimension Data16
50VERMOTE JulienTeam Dimension Data16
51ROGLIČ PrimožTeam LottoNL-Jumbo15
52TAARAMÄE ReinDirect Energie15
53OFFREDO YoannWanty - Groupe Gobert15
54PEREZ AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits15
55DE BUYST JasperLotto Soudal15
56BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldTeam Dimension Data14
57MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo13
58GALLOPIN TonyAG2R La Mondiale13
59FUGLSANG JakobAstana Pro Team12
60ARNDT NikiasTeam Sunweb 12
61KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb 11
62JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtTeam Dimension Data11
63SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data10
64FRAILE OmarAstana Pro Team10
65HAGA ChadTeam Sunweb 9
66SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo9
67BEVIN PatrickBMC Racing Team9
68ZABEL RickTeam Katusha - Alpecin9
69BAUER JackMitchelton-Scott8
70LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ8
71GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ7
72TERPSTRA NikiQuick-Step Floors7
73GUARNIERI JacopoGroupama - FDJ7
74BURGHARDT MarcusBORA - hansgrohe6
75SIMON JulienCofidis, Solutions Crédits6
76TOLHOEK AntwanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo6
77DECLERCQ TimQuick-Step Floors6
78SCHÄR MichaelBMC Racing Team6
79BARDET RomainAG2R La Mondiale5
80BARGUIL WarrenTeam Fortuneo - Samsic5
81MOLARD RudyGroupama - FDJ5
82KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team5
83POLITT NilsTeam Katusha - Alpecin5
84FROOME ChrisTeam Sky4
85KRUIJSWIJK StevenTeam LottoNL-Jumbo4
86QUINTANA NairoMovistar Team4
87MOINARD AmaëlTeam Fortuneo - Samsic3
88PHINNEY TaylorTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale3
89MARTIN GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert2
90AMADOR AndreyMovistar Team2
91VANENDERT JelleLotto Soudal2
92ZAKARIN IlnurTeam Katusha - Alpecin1
93MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe1
94SUTHERLAND RoryUAE-Team Emirates1
RankNameTeamPoints
1ALAPHILIPPE JulianQuick-Step Floors41
2TAARAMÄE ReinDirect Energie28
3PAUWELS SergeTeam Dimension Data24
4MOLARD RudyGroupama - FDJ22
5GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ21
6VAN AVERMAET GregBMC Racing Team15
7IZAGIRRE IonBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team10
8SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo6
9CALMEJANE LilianDirect Energie6
10GESINK RobertTeam LottoNL-Jumbo5
11CHAVANEL SylvainDirect Energie4
12SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert4
13MARTIN DanUAE-Team Emirates2
14GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie2
15GILBERT PhilippeQuick-Step Floors2
16MINNAARD MarcoWanty - Groupe Gobert1
17OFFREDO YoannWanty - Groupe Gobert1
18LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic1
19PEREZ AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits1
20LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale1
21BAUER JackMitchelton-Scott1
RankNameTeamTime
1LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale 40:45:27
2MARTIN GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert1:54
3KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb 4:02
4BERNAL EganTeam Sky8:47
5GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ15:42
6KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team19:59
7CORT MagnusAstana Pro Team22:39
8BOUDAT ThomasDirect Energie23:50
9POLITT NilsTeam Katusha - Alpecin29:32
10GOGL MichaelTrek - Segafredo30:55
11MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale32:56
12TOLHOEK AntwanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo36:04
13SOLER MarcMovistar Team38:21
14GAVIRIA FernandoQuick-Step Floors39:08
15GESBERT ÉlieTeam Fortuneo - Samsic39:51
16MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe40:36
17SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert42:55
18MOSCON GianniTeam Sky47:32
19LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ51:55
20TROIA OlivieroUAE-Team Emirates51:57
21LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic54:27
22GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie1:04:50
23ZABEL RickTeam Katusha - Alpecin1:08:27
24DE BUYST JasperLotto Soudal1:09:47
25TURGIS AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits1:10:25
26ROOSEN TimoTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:13:50
27GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:17:10
28JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:18:25
RankNameTime
1Movistar Team 122:34:07
2Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team0:18
3Team LottoNL-Jumbo3:10
4BMC Racing Team8:26
5Team Sky9:54
6Mitchelton-Scott,,
7AG2R La Mondiale10:30
8Quick-Step Floors11:50
9Astana Pro Team17:36
10Team Sunweb 20:25
11Direct Energie22:07
12Groupama - FDJ23:31
13Trek - Segafredo26:50
14Team Fortuneo - Samsic32:48
15Team Katusha - Alpecin33:38
16UAE-Team Emirates35:44
17Team EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale40:32
18Team Dimension Data40:50
19BORA - hansgrohe46:43
20Wanty - Groupe Gobert47:33
21Lotto Soudal1:16:53
22Cofidis, Solutions Crédits1:24:46

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Stage 10 was 158 kilometers from Annecy to Le Grand-Bornand. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Soren Kragh Andersen’s bike was checked for a hidden motor before the start of stage 10. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Alexander Vinokourov was interviewed before the start in Annecy. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Michael Rasmussen visited the start of stage 10. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
John Degenkolb was still riding high after his stage 9 victory on the cobbles. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Chris Froome and Dan Martin caught up before the start of stage 10. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Romain Bardet turned the camera on the media before the stage. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Vincenzo Nibali led the GC group down the final descent of the day. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Greg Van Avermaet got into the break on stage 10 trying to hold onto yellow. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Bob Jungels got into an aero tuck. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Peter Sagan and Lukas Postlberger waited for the peloton after being in the break. Photo by Tim de Waele/Getty Image
Team Sky controlled the race at the front end of the GC group. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Julian Alaphilippe attacked out of the break. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Luke Rowe grabbed water and energy gels in the feed zone. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Thomas De Gendt was caught up in a cloud of dust kicked up by the team cars on a gravel section of the course. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Julian Alaphilippe made a solo descent of the Col de la Colombière. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Julian Alaphilippe went on the attack on stage 10, chasing KOM point and trying for a stage win. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Julian Alaphilippe came into the finish welcomed by a cheering crowd. Photo: Justin Setterfield/Getty Images
With an attack out of the breakaway, Julian Alaphilippe won stage 10. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Julian Alaphilippe moved into the lead of the mountains classification. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Greg Van Avermaet held onto the yellow jersey for another day at the Tour de France. Photo: Justin Setterfield/Getty Images