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2018 Tour de France

STAGE 17: Bagneres-de-Luchon to Saint-Lary-Soulan

Wednesday, July 25, 9:10 a.m. – 11:40 a.m. ET

65 kilometers, three passes, in approximately two and a quarter hours — stage 17 will be a wild ride. It will start with an unorthodox format: The riders will be positioned according to their overall classification, with the top 20 lined up on a grid, as in a Formula 1 race.

The day after the first big Pyrenean stage — one that extends to 218 kilometers with three big passes — stage 17 will be the shortest Tour road stage in more than 30 years.

The distance wasn’t chosen at random. “It provides a small nod to the number of the Hautes-Pyrénées department where the whole stage will take place,” says Thierry Gouvenou. “[Tour director] Christian Prudhomme and I wanted to include a short stage that will be especially conducive to a big battle. The terrain around Bagnères-de-Luchon is ideal for this, and the opportunity to marry the stage distance with a certain symbolism was too good to miss.”

The shortest stage of the Tour could be the best of the race. Of the 65 kilometers on the day’s route, 43 will be spent climbing and 16 of them at an average gradient of more than eight percent.

“The layout of a Tour de France is like a menu where you have to mix and balance the ingredients carefully,” Gouvenou says. “After the 100-kilometer stage that featured last year between Saint-Girons and Foix, we wanted to push this formula a little further. Cycling is and must remain an endurance sport where long efforts are fundamental, but spicing that up with a little bit of the unknown really appealed to us. This will be an extremely intense stage and quite similar to the effort produced in an individual time trial.”

After climbing the Peyresourde to Peyragudes, and then to the Col de Val Louron-Azet, the route turns to the final climb of the Col du Portet, at 2,215 meters (higher than the Tourmalet) the highest point of the 2018 race. According to the particular criteria that ASO uses to determine the difficulty of the climbs, this new discovery is as difficult as Mont Ventoux.

The condition of the road meant that major resurfacing work had to be undertaken in the spring. The Tour will be the first race to ever use the climb.

Stage 17: Froome dropped; Quintana wins; Thomas secure

Nairo Quintana
Nairo Quintana attacked early on Col du Portet to win stage 17 of the Tour de France. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images

The short, brutally mountainous stage 17 was just as dramatic as Tour de France organizers had hoped it would be. Nairo Quintana (Movistar) won his first Tour stage in five years with an early attack Wednesday.

“I’m happy for the win. It was a day for the pure climbers,” said Quintana. “It’s also great for the morale of the team. It’s been frustrating, and sad because things didn’t work out the way we’d hoped. But we have to keep on fighting.”

In the GC race, Chris Froome faded from the picture before the final two kilometers as his Sky teammate Geraint Thomas added a few seconds to his yellow jersey lead.

After the 65km race, Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) was second overall, 1:59 behind after moving past Froome, who fell to third, 2:31 back.

“It’s a tough day,” said Thomas. “I was just feeling alright, and yeah it was a hard start to that last climb.”

The Tour de France used an unconventional grid start for stage 17 given how short and severe the race route was. Photo by Tim de Waele/Getty Images

Starting straight up the climb to Peyragudes via Col de Peyresourde from Bagnères-de-Luchon, the short stage was animated from the start.

Astana’s Tanel Kangert attacked early and topped out on the day’s first Cat. 1 climb alone.

On the descent, Julien Alaphilippe (Quick-Step) again used his masterful bike-handling skills to catch the Estonian before they reached the short valley.

There was no time to rest before the second category 1 climb began, the 7.4km ascent of Col de Val Louron-Azet. In his ongoing bid to collect king of the mountains points, Alaphilippe rode across the top of the climb first and later drifted back to the peloton, leaving Kangert to carry on alone up the fearsome Col du Portet.

Farther back, world champion Peter Sagan crashed heavily on the descent, requiring medical attention. He was able to continue the race and finished more than 26 minutes behind Quintana.

Tanel Kangert
Tanel Kangert was the day’s animator. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images

Only about a kilometer into the 16-kilometer finish climb, Quintana launched his attack. Although he had to stop twice on the day’s first climb to get a front wheel swap, the Colombian looked to be in rare form.

Dan Martin (UAE Team Emirates) followed Quintana for a little while but could not maintain the pace on the climb that averaged 8.7 percent gradient.

Primoz Roglic (LottoNL-Jumbo) also tried a move with about 15km to go. Froome followed him right away, forcing Dumoulin to chase down the duo. This allowed Thomas to sit back and let his team’s advantage in numbers play out.

“[Froome] wanted to try something so he went early with Roglic,” said Thomas. “I assumed he’d be good but he just wasn’t feeling too great toward the top.

“I just reacted as soon as Dumoulin moved, and that’s what I had to do.”

With 12 kilometers still to climb, Quintana saw a welcome sight up the road, his Movistar teammate Alejandro Valverde who had gone in an early breakaway up Val Louron-Azet.

Valverde did his best to pace Quintana over the next 12 kilometers.

Nairo Quintana
Quintana rode alone toward the top of Col du Portet. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images

Behind, the GC group had been whittled down to just nine men with Sky’s Wout Poels and youngster Egan Bernal driving the pace.

Into the final five kilometers, Quintana was alone off the front, having caught the intrepid escape by Kangert. Martin remained in no man’s land, chasing about 20 seconds behind. The GC group was about one minute back.

With only a few kilometers remaining, Roglic again tested the waters with an attack, as did his teammate Steven Kruijswijk.

Thomas covered the Slovenian Roglic’s move, but the elevated tempo dropped Froome, leaving just Thomas, Roglic, Dumoulin, and Kruijswijk in the group of favorites.

Dumoulin tried an acceleration of his own with two kilometers remaining, but it didn’t snap the elastic.

Finally, out of the tunnel on the last kick to the line, Thomas accelerated to take third and a few seconds as he finished 47 seconds behind Quintana with Martin second.

Nairo Quintana
Quintana took his first Tour stage win in five years on stage 17. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images

“Obviously, Dumoulin and Roglic, they were strong today,” Thomas added. “They were active — they’re the closest rivals to me.”

The race for yellow should have a ceasefire for one day Thursday as the 171km stage 18 from Trie-sure-Baise to Pau is a flat day for the sprinters. It remains to be seen if Sagan will be able to contend for a fourth stage win.

Thomas isn’t getting ahead of himself with a comfortable lead in yellow.

“I don’t let myself think about it,” he said. “It’s just day by day,” he said, adding that Froome should not be counted out.

“[Froome] is a fighter. I’m sure he’ll keep fighting all the way. It’s good to keep that advantage for myself and the team are in a great position.”

Froome added: “Geraint deserves to be in the yellow jersey, he’s earned it.”

Tour de France Stage 17 Results

RankNameTeamTime
1QUINTANA NairoMovistar Team2:21:27
2MARTIN DanUAE-Team Emirates0:28
3THOMAS GeraintTeam Sky0:47
4ROGLIČ PrimožTeam LottoNL-Jumbo0:52
5DUMOULIN TomTeam Sunweb ,,
6KRUIJSWIJK StevenTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:05
7BERNAL EganTeam Sky1:33
8FROOME ChrisTeam Sky1:35
9LANDA MikelMovistar Team,,
10ZAKARIN IlnurTeam Katusha - Alpecin2:01
11MAJKA RafałBORA - hansgrohe2:20
12VALVERDE AlejandroMovistar Team2:32
13BARDET RomainAG2R La Mondiale2:35
14GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ3:23
15FUGLSANG JakobAstana Pro Team4:00
16BARGUIL WarrenTeam Fortuneo - Samsic4:15
17JUNGELS BobQuick-Step Floors5:10
18HANSEN JesperAstana Pro Team,,
19POELS WoutTeam Sky5:12
20KANGERT TanelAstana Pro Team5:38
21TOLHOEK AntwanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo6:00
22PELLIZOTTI FrancoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team6:11
23LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale6:52
24EDET NicolasCofidis, Solutions Crédits8:12
25MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale9:08
26ĐURASEK KristijanUAE-Team Emirates,,
27VAN GARDEREN TejayBMC Racing Team,,
28IZAGIRRE GorkaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team9:59
29MARTIN GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert10:50
30ROLLAND PierreTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
31MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo,,
32VICHOT ArthurGroupama - FDJ,,
33FRAILE OmarAstana Pro Team11:30
34GESCHKE SimonTeam Sunweb 11:39
35HERRADA JesúsCofidis, Solutions Crédits12:22
36POZZOVIVO DomenicoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team13:25
37DEGAND ThomasWanty - Groupe Gobert,,
38CASTROVIEJO JonathanTeam Sky13:33
39IZAGIRRE IonBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
40NAVARRO DanielCofidis, Solutions Crédits,,
41MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe,,
42YATES AdamMitchelton-Scott,,
43KOCHETKOV PavelTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,
44ATAPUMA DarwinUAE-Team Emirates,,
45SICARD RomainDirect Energie,,
46BERNARD JulienTrek - Segafredo13:56
47ALAPHILIPPE JulianQuick-Step Floors14:05
48LUDVIGSSON TobiasGroupama - FDJ14:43
49CHAVANEL SylvainDirect Energie14:51
50ARNDT NikiasTeam Sunweb 15:07
51OFFREDO YoannWanty - Groupe Gobert15:24
52MINNAARD MarcoWanty - Groupe Gobert16:04
53MOLARD RudyGroupama - FDJ16:06
54GESINK RobertTeam LottoNL-Jumbo16:13
55CALMEJANE LilianDirect Energie16:16
56PEREZ AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits16:21
57NIEVE MikelMitchelton-Scott17:53
58TEN DAM LaurensTeam Sunweb 18:50
59KWIATKOWSKI MichałTeam Sky19:30
60SOLER MarcMovistar Team,,
61BOUET MaximeTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
62LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
63NAESEN OliverAG2R La Mondiale19:37
64STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo,,
65KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team,,
66FRANK MathiasAG2R La Mondiale,,
67VERMOTE JulienTeam Dimension Data,,
68VALGREN MichaelAstana Pro Team,,
69HAGA ChadTeam Sunweb ,,
70SUTHERLAND RoryUAE-Team Emirates,,
71VAN AVERMAET GregBMC Racing Team,,
72VAN KEIRSBULCK GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert,,
73CARUSO DamianoBMC Racing Team,,
74SCHÄR MichaelBMC Racing Team,,
75MARTENS PaulTeam LottoNL-Jumbo,,
76BOSWELL IanTeam Katusha - Alpecin,,
77ERVITI ImanolMovistar Team,,
78SIMON JulienCofidis, Solutions Crédits19:42
79BAUER JackMitchelton-Scott20:11
80THEUNS EdwardTeam Sunweb 20:37
81LAMPAERT YvesQuick-Step Floors20:39
82COUSIN JérômeDirect Energie20:41
83TURGIS AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits20:45
84MARCZYŃSKI TomaszLotto Soudal20:55
85DILLIER SilvanAG2R La Mondiale21:03
86THOMSON Jay RobertTeam Dimension Data21:44
87IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott,,
88PASQUALON AndreaWanty - Groupe Gobert22:03
89SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data22:12
90BOUDAT ThomasDirect Energie22:20
91VACHON FlorianTeam Fortuneo - Samsic23:06
92PICHON LaurentTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
93HARDY RomainTeam Fortuneo - Samsic23:08
94MOINARD AmaëlTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
95GESBERT ÉlieTeam Fortuneo - Samsic,,
96CLAEYS DimitriCofidis, Solutions Crédits23:22
97GERRANS SimonBMC Racing Team23:28
98DURBRIDGE LukeMitchelton-Scott,,
99SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert,,
100MARCATO MarcoUAE-Team Emirates,,
101JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtTeam Dimension Data,,
102LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ24:09
103POLITT NilsTeam Katusha - Alpecin24:31
104CORT MagnusAstana Pro Team24:36
105KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb ,,
106ROOSEN TimoTeam LottoNL-Jumbo24:39
107CLARKE SimonTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale24:43
108GAUDIN DamienDirect Energie25:22
109SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo25:25
110BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldTeam Dimension Data,,
111ROWE LukeTeam Sky25:29
112COLBRELLI SonnyBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team25:32
113TROIA OlivieroUAE-Team Emirates25:48
114OSS DanielBORA - hansgrohe,,
115DE BUYST JasperLotto Soudal,,
116DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal,,
117DE KORT KoenTrek - Segafredo,,
118GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie,,
119VANMARCKE SepTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
120DEGENKOLB JohnTrek - Segafredo,,
121HAYMAN MathewMitchelton-Scott,,
122PHINNEY TaylorTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
123HAUSSLER HeinrichBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
124SCULLY TomTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
125CRADDOCK LawsonTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale,,
126AMADOR AndreyMovistar Team,,
127BENNATI DanieleMovistar Team,,
128POLJAŃSKI PawełBORA - hansgrohe,,
129JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam LottoNL-Jumbo26:01
130TERPSTRA NikiQuick-Step Floors26:14
131PÖSTLBERGER LukasBORA - hansgrohe26:22
132GOGL MichaelTrek - Segafredo,,
133KOREN KristijanBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team,,
134SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe26:29
135BURGHARDT MarcusBORA - hansgrohe,,
136BODNAR MaciejBORA - hansgrohe26:39
137FERRARI RobertoUAE-Team Emirates27:18
138KRISTOFF AlexanderUAE-Team Emirates27:23
139LAPORTE ChristopheCofidis, Solutions Crédits27:36
140GUARNIERI JacopoGroupama - FDJ27:52
141RICHEZE MaximilianoQuick-Step Floors28:01
142DUPONT TimothyWanty - Groupe Gobert28:26
143SINKELDAM RamonGroupama - FDJ28:30
144VANENDERT JelleLotto Soudal28:59
145DÉMARE ArnaudGroupama - FDJ29:16
146HEPBURN MichaelMitchelton-Scott31:30
RankNameTeamTime
1THOMAS GeraintTeam Sky 70:34:11
2DUMOULIN TomTeam Sunweb 1:59
3FROOME ChrisTeam Sky2:31
4ROGLIČ PrimožTeam LottoNL-Jumbo2:47
5QUINTANA NairoMovistar Team3:30
6KRUIJSWIJK StevenTeam LottoNL-Jumbo4:19
7LANDA MikelMovistar Team4:34
8BARDET RomainAG2R La Mondiale5:13
9MARTIN DanUAE-Team Emirates6:33
10FUGLSANG JakobAstana Pro Team9:31
11VALVERDE AlejandroMovistar Team11:25
12ZAKARIN IlnurTeam Katusha - Alpecin11:31
13JUNGELS BobQuick-Step Floors14:20
14LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale16:03
15MARTIN GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert22:30
16BERNAL EganTeam Sky24:34
17BARGUIL WarrenTeam Fortuneo - Samsic26:54
18MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo27:22
19KANGERT TanelAstana Pro Team27:35
20CARUSO DamianoBMC Racing Team32:56
21POZZOVIVO DomenicoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team33:11
22VAN AVERMAET GregBMC Racing Team33:47
23MAJKA RafałBORA - hansgrohe35:08
24NIEVE MikelMitchelton-Scott36:13
25IZAGIRRE IonBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team37:24
26GESCHKE SimonTeam Sunweb 41:04
27CALMEJANE LilianDirect Energie43:03
28IZAGIRRE GorkaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team43:14
29YATES AdamMitchelton-Scott44:05
30ROLLAND PierreTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale45:47
31ALAPHILIPPE JulianQuick-Step Floors1:02:49
32MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale1:02:51
33GESINK RobertTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:05:09
34BERNARD JulienTrek - Segafredo1:07:25
35VAN GARDEREN TejayBMC Racing Team1:08:39
36MOLARD RudyGroupama - FDJ1:12:06
37CHAVANEL SylvainDirect Energie1:13:29
38GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ1:14:08
39VICHOT ArthurGroupama - FDJ1:15:37
40VALGREN MichaelAstana Pro Team1:21:01
41MOINARD AmaëlTeam Fortuneo - Samsic1:21:22
42EDET NicolasCofidis, Solutions Crédits1:21:26
43HERRADA JesúsCofidis, Solutions Crédits1:23:48
44IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott1:23:54
45ĐURASEK KristijanUAE-Team Emirates1:25:42
46TOLHOEK AntwanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:26:02
47AMADOR AndreyMovistar Team1:28:40
48FRANK MathiasAG2R La Mondiale1:31:42
49FRAILE OmarAstana Pro Team1:32:41
50KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb 1:34:04
51KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team1:34:20
52DEGAND ThomasWanty - Groupe Gobert1:35:24
53POELS WoutTeam Sky1:36:00
54BOUET MaximeTeam Fortuneo - Samsic1:36:36
55PELLIZOTTI FrancoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team1:38:02
56NAVARRO DanielCofidis, Solutions Crédits1:40:09
57TEN DAM LaurensTeam Sunweb 1:40:14
58STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo1:40:16
59KOCHETKOV PavelTeam Katusha - Alpecin1:41:19
60SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data1:41:49
61KWIATKOWSKI MichałTeam Sky1:43:17
62MINNAARD MarcoWanty - Groupe Gobert1:43:57
63HANSEN JesperAstana Pro Team1:47:15
64DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal1:48:09
65SOLER MarcMovistar Team1:52:05
66NAESEN OliverAG2R La Mondiale1:52:43
67SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe1:53:01
68ATAPUMA DarwinUAE-Team Emirates1:54:26
69CORT MagnusAstana Pro Team1:54:53
70ARNDT NikiasTeam Sunweb 1:58:33
71LUDVIGSSON TobiasGroupama - FDJ2:02:02
72SICARD RomainDirect Energie2:03:51
73HAGA ChadTeam Sunweb 2:04:48
74MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe2:04:57
75BOSWELL IanTeam Katusha - Alpecin2:09:28
76LAMPAERT YvesQuick-Step Floors2:09:43
77VERMOTE JulienTeam Dimension Data2:10:29
78ERVITI ImanolMovistar Team2:12:51
79DE KORT KoenTrek - Segafredo2:12:54
80CASTROVIEJO JonathanTeam Sky2:12:58
81VANENDERT JelleLotto Soudal2:13:24
82MARTENS PaulTeam LottoNL-Jumbo2:15:09
83SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo2:15:49
84PEREZ AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits2:16:08
85DILLIER SilvanAG2R La Mondiale2:16:26
86BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldTeam Dimension Data2:18:54
87GESBERT ÉlieTeam Fortuneo - Samsic2:20:07
88THEUNS EdwardTeam Sunweb 2:20:42
89BOUDAT ThomasDirect Energie2:22:24
90PASQUALON AndreaWanty - Groupe Gobert2:23:04
91POLITT NilsTeam Katusha - Alpecin2:24:05
92OFFREDO YoannWanty - Groupe Gobert2:25:37
93SCHÄR MichaelBMC Racing Team,,
94POLJAŃSKI PawełBORA - hansgrohe2:26:59
95BURGHARDT MarcusBORA - hansgrohe2:28:52
96COUSIN JérômeDirect Energie2:29:11
97KOREN KristijanBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team2:32:50
98SIMON JulienCofidis, Solutions Crédits2:33:10
99LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic2:34:21
100VACHON FlorianTeam Fortuneo - Samsic2:34:55
101SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert2:36:10
102CLARKE SimonTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale2:36:13
103PICHON LaurentTeam Fortuneo - Samsic2:36:34
104SUTHERLAND RoryUAE-Team Emirates2:37:19
105COLBRELLI SonnyBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team2:38:15
106HARDY RomainTeam Fortuneo - Samsic2:39:12
107JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtTeam Dimension Data2:39:41
108BENNATI DanieleMovistar Team2:40:39
109MARCZYŃSKI TomaszLotto Soudal2:41:27
110HAYMAN MathewMitchelton-Scott2:41:35
111DEGENKOLB JohnTrek - Segafredo2:43:21
112GERRANS SimonBMC Racing Team2:44:29
113GOGL MichaelTrek - Segafredo2:45:07
114TERPSTRA NikiQuick-Step Floors2:46:12
115VANMARCKE SepTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale2:47:06
116OSS DanielBORA - hansgrohe2:47:40
117KRISTOFF AlexanderUAE-Team Emirates2:48:34
118DURBRIDGE LukeMitchelton-Scott2:52:05
119BAUER JackMitchelton-Scott2:54:59
120HEPBURN MichaelMitchelton-Scott2:57:11
121GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie2:57:16
122MARCATO MarcoUAE-Team Emirates2:57:17
123BODNAR MaciejBORA - hansgrohe2:57:50
124HAUSSLER HeinrichBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team2:58:12
125VAN KEIRSBULCK GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert2:58:18
126TURGIS AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits2:58:41
127LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ3:01:23
128LAPORTE ChristopheCofidis, Solutions Crédits3:03:56
129PÖSTLBERGER LukasBORA - hansgrohe3:05:23
130SCULLY TomTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale3:05:32
131DUPONT TimothyWanty - Groupe Gobert3:07:05
132PHINNEY TaylorTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale3:07:08
133ROWE LukeTeam Sky3:08:35
134TROIA OlivieroUAE-Team Emirates3:09:14
135CLAEYS DimitriCofidis, Solutions Crédits3:09:22
136SINKELDAM RamonGroupama - FDJ3:11:14
137GAUDIN DamienDirect Energie3:11:28
138RICHEZE MaximilianoQuick-Step Floors3:14:31
139FERRARI RobertoUAE-Team Emirates3:15:14
140DÉMARE ArnaudGroupama - FDJ3:22:23
141DE BUYST JasperLotto Soudal3:22:58
142ROOSEN TimoTeam LottoNL-Jumbo3:23:24
143JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam LottoNL-Jumbo3:25:54
144THOMSON Jay RobertTeam Dimension Data3:26:06
145GUARNIERI JacopoGroupama - FDJ3:27:34
146CRADDOCK LawsonTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale3:41:40
RankNameTeamPoints
1SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe452
2KRISTOFF AlexanderUAE-Team Emirates170
3ALAPHILIPPE JulianQuick-Step Floors134
4DÉMARE ArnaudGroupama - FDJ133
5VAN AVERMAET GregBMC Racing Team130
6DEGENKOLB JohnTrek - Segafredo128
7PASQUALON AndreaWanty - Groupe Gobert100
8MARTIN DanUAE-Team Emirates85
9VALVERDE AlejandroMovistar Team82
10THOMAS GeraintTeam Sky78
11COLBRELLI SonnyBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team76
12DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal71
13CALMEJANE LilianDirect Energie69
14LAMPAERT YvesQuick-Step Floors63
15BOUDAT ThomasDirect Energie63
16EDET NicolasCofidis, Solutions Crédits62
17MAJKA RafałBORA - hansgrohe61
18MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo58
19CARUSO DamianoBMC Racing Team54
20PICHON LaurentTeam Fortuneo - Samsic53
21LAPORTE ChristopheCofidis, Solutions Crédits52
22GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie51
23COUSIN JérômeDirect Energie50
24STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo50
25FRAILE OmarAstana Pro Team47
26LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale46
27DUMOULIN TomTeam Sunweb 45
28CORT MagnusAstana Pro Team43
29CHAVANEL SylvainDirect Energie43
30ROGLIČ PrimožTeam LottoNL-Jumbo43
31IZAGIRRE IonBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team43
32BODNAR MaciejBORA - hansgrohe43
33DUPONT TimothyWanty - Groupe Gobert43
34KRUIJSWIJK StevenTeam LottoNL-Jumbo41
35YATES AdamMitchelton-Scott41
36FROOME ChrisTeam Sky40
37IMPEY DarylMitchelton-Scott39
38OSS DanielBORA - hansgrohe38
39QUINTANA NairoMovistar Team37
40BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldTeam Dimension Data37
41VALGREN MichaelAstana Pro Team36
42POZZOVIVO DomenicoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team32
43MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe32
44SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert32
45CLAEYS DimitriCofidis, Solutions Crédits32
46BARDET RomainAG2R La Mondiale31
47IZAGIRRE GorkaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team29
48HERRADA JesúsCofidis, Solutions Crédits29
49GESBERT ÉlieTeam Fortuneo - Samsic28
50RICHEZE MaximilianoQuick-Step Floors28
51BERNARD JulienTrek - Segafredo27
52ROLLAND PierreTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale26
53SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo26
54KANGERT TanelAstana Pro Team25
55NAVARRO DanielCofidis, Solutions Crédits25
56VERMOTE JulienTeam Dimension Data25
57VAN KEIRSBULCK GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert24
58SICARD RomainDirect Energie24
59SCHÄR MichaelBMC Racing Team23
60LANDA MikelMovistar Team21
61FUGLSANG JakobAstana Pro Team21
62JUNGELS BobQuick-Step Floors21
63GESINK RobertTeam LottoNL-Jumbo21
64ARNDT NikiasTeam Sunweb 21
65BARGUIL WarrenTeam Fortuneo - Samsic20
66SOLER MarcMovistar Team19
67PEREZ AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits19
68TURGIS AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits19
69GESCHKE SimonTeam Sunweb 18
70PÖSTLBERGER LukasBORA - hansgrohe18
71ĐURASEK KristijanUAE-Team Emirates17
72MINNAARD MarcoWanty - Groupe Gobert17
73LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic17
74JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtTeam Dimension Data17
75POLJAŃSKI PawełBORA - hansgrohe16
76POLITT NilsTeam Katusha - Alpecin15
77OFFREDO YoannWanty - Groupe Gobert15
78GAUDIN DamienDirect Energie15
79DE BUYST JasperLotto Soudal15
80DE KORT KoenTrek - Segafredo14
81TERPSTRA NikiQuick-Step Floors14
82SCULLY TomTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale13
83DILLIER SilvanAG2R La Mondiale12
84BERNAL EganTeam Sky11
85NIEVE MikelMitchelton-Scott11
86GUARNIERI JacopoGroupama - FDJ11
87MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale10
88SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data10
89PHINNEY TaylorTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale10
90ZAKARIN IlnurTeam Katusha - Alpecin9
91GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ9
92HAGA ChadTeam Sunweb 9
93MOLARD RudyGroupama - FDJ8
94VICHOT ArthurGroupama - FDJ8
95BURGHARDT MarcusBORA - hansgrohe8
96HAYMAN MathewMitchelton-Scott8
97BAUER JackMitchelton-Scott8
98LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ8
99MARTIN GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert7
100BOUET MaximeTeam Fortuneo - Samsic7
101KOREN KristijanBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team7
102BENNATI DanieleMovistar Team7
103TOLHOEK AntwanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo6
104KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb 6
105DEGAND ThomasWanty - Groupe Gobert6
106VANENDERT JelleLotto Soudal6
107SIMON JulienCofidis, Solutions Crédits6
108VAN GARDEREN TejayBMC Racing Team5
109KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team5
110TEN DAM LaurensTeam Sunweb 5
111ERVITI ImanolMovistar Team5
112AMADOR AndreyMovistar Team3
113PELLIZOTTI FrancoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team3
114HANSEN JesperAstana Pro Team3
115ATAPUMA DarwinUAE-Team Emirates3
116LUDVIGSSON TobiasGroupama - FDJ2
117SUTHERLAND RoryUAE-Team Emirates1
118HEPBURN MichaelMitchelton-Scott1
RankNameTeamPoints
1ALAPHILIPPE JulianQuick-Step Floors140
2BARGUIL WarrenTeam Fortuneo - Samsic73
3THOMAS GeraintTeam Sky54
4QUINTANA NairoMovistar Team40
5DUMOULIN TomTeam Sunweb 39
6MARTIN DanUAE-Team Emirates33
7KRUIJSWIJK StevenTeam LottoNL-Jumbo32
8MAJKA RafałBORA - hansgrohe31
9MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo29
10ROGLIČ PrimožTeam LottoNL-Jumbo26
11GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ25
12ROLLAND PierreTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale23
13KANGERT TanelAstana Pro Team22
14MOLARD RudyGroupama - FDJ22
15YATES AdamMitchelton-Scott20
16FROOME ChrisTeam Sky20
17NIEVE MikelMitchelton-Scott19
18CARUSO DamianoBMC Racing Team16
19CALMEJANE LilianDirect Energie15
20VAN AVERMAET GregBMC Racing Team15
21HERRADA JesúsCofidis, Solutions Crédits15
22DE GENDT ThomasLotto Soudal14
23GESINK RobertTeam LottoNL-Jumbo14
24GESBERT ÉlieTeam Fortuneo - Samsic14
25PEREZ AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits13
26POZZOVIVO DomenicoBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team13
27BARDET RomainAG2R La Mondiale12
28ĐURASEK KristijanUAE-Team Emirates12
29ATAPUMA DarwinUAE-Team Emirates12
30IZAGIRRE GorkaBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team10
31VALVERDE AlejandroMovistar Team10
32IZAGIRRE IonBahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team10
33SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo8
34LANDA MikelMovistar Team8
35BERNAL EganTeam Sky8
36CORT MagnusAstana Pro Team6
37FRAILE OmarAstana Pro Team5
38CHAVANEL SylvainDirect Energie4
39SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert4
40STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo4
41MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale3
42SLAGTER Tom-JelteTeam Dimension Data3
43GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie2
44SCULLY TomTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale2
45FUGLSANG JakobAstana Pro Team2
46ZAKARIN IlnurTeam Katusha - Alpecin2
47LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale2
48VALGREN MichaelAstana Pro Team2
49FRANK MathiasAG2R La Mondiale2
50MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe2
51MINNAARD MarcoWanty - Groupe Gobert1
52OFFREDO YoannWanty - Groupe Gobert1
53LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic1
54VICHOT ArthurGroupama - FDJ1
55SOLER MarcMovistar Team1
56SAGAN PeterBORA - hansgrohe1
57BAUER JackMitchelton-Scott1
RankNameTeamTime
1LATOUR PierreAG2R La Mondiale 70:50:14
2MARTIN GuillaumeWanty - Groupe Gobert6:27
3BERNAL EganTeam Sky8:31
4MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeTeam EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale46:48
5GAUDU David Groupama - FDJ58:05
6TOLHOEK AntwanTeam LottoNL-Jumbo1:09:59
7KRAGH ANDERSEN SørenTeam Sunweb 1:18:01
8KÜNG StefanBMC Racing Team1:18:17
9SOLER MarcMovistar Team1:36:02
10CORT MagnusAstana Pro Team1:38:50
11MÜHLBERGER GregorBORA - hansgrohe1:48:54
12GESBERT ÉlieTeam Fortuneo - Samsic2:04:04
13BOUDAT ThomasDirect Energie2:06:21
14POLITT NilsTeam Katusha - Alpecin2:08:02
15LEDANOIS KévinTeam Fortuneo - Samsic2:18:18
16SMITH DionWanty - Groupe Gobert2:20:07
17GOGL MichaelTrek - Segafredo2:29:04
18GRELLIER FabienDirect Energie2:41:13
19TURGIS AnthonyCofidis, Solutions Crédits2:42:38
20LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ2:45:20
21TROIA OlivieroUAE-Team Emirates2:53:11
22DE BUYST JasperLotto Soudal3:06:55
23ROOSEN TimoTeam LottoNL-Jumbo3:07:21
24JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam LottoNL-Jumbo3:09:51
RankNameTime
1Movistar Team 211:48:39
2Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team24:20
3Team Sky56:13
4Team LottoNL-Jumbo1:01:38
5Astana Pro Team1:05:35
6Team Sunweb 1:55:24
7AG2R La Mondiale2:00:54
8BMC Racing Team2:07:53
9Quick-Step Floors2:26:36
10Mitchelton-Scott2:27:42
11Trek - Segafredo3:01:21
12Cofidis, Solutions Crédits3:01:31
13Direct Energie3:07:06
14UAE-Team Emirates3:15:53
15Groupama - FDJ,,
16Team Fortuneo - Samsic3:31:01
17Wanty - Groupe Gobert3:35:37
18Team EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale3:38:22
19Team Katusha - Alpecin3:41:14
20BORA - hansgrohe3:45:17
21Team Dimension Data4:41:23
22Lotto Soudal6:03:44

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Because of the short nature of stage 17, the riders were staged in a grid format with the highest placed riders at the front. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Christian Prudhomme stood next to the pole position reserved for overall leader Geraint Thomas. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
The riders were staged and the gun went off. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Geraint Thomas led the main group wearing the yellow jersey. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
The attacks came early, and Julian Alaphilippe got into the action. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Lilian Calmejane was one of the first riders to go, followed by Thomas De Gendt. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
The peloton was content to ride together on the early climbs. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Stage 17 was a stage that Tom Dumoulin needed to attack on in order to move up in the overall. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Chris Froome set the pace for Geraint Thomas on stage 17. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Tanel Kangert managed to go solo out of the break and held the lead until the final climb of the day. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
In a tactical move by Movistar’s Alejandro Valverde was in an early break with intentions of setting up Nairo Quintana for an attack. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
After attacking with 12 kilometers to go, Nairo Quintana rode solo off the front for the final five kilometers of the stage. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Primoz Roglic made a move out of the GC group which was covered by Chris Froome. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Dan Martin chased after Nairo Quintana on the final climb. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Team Sky was the strongest team on the day with four riders in the final selection of GC favorites. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Chris Froome struggled to stay with the group. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Stage 17 was a day for the pure climbers. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Dan Martin went deep to chase Nairo Quintana but could not close the gap. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Quintana moved up in the standings on stage 17. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Geraint Thomas surged ahead of Tom Dumouin with 50 meters to go to the line. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
When Chris Froome showed signs of weakness Tom Dumoulin attacked followed by Geraint Thomas and Primoz Roglic. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Egan Bernal dropped back to help pace Chris Froome in the final kilometers of the stage. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Nairo Quintana crested the final climb to win stage 17 at the Tour de France. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Geraint Thomas never missed a step and finished strong in third place ahead of Tom Dumoulin grabbing bonus seconds and extending his lead in the overall. Photo: Justin Setterfield/Getty Images
Geraint Thomas defended the yellow jersey on stage 17. Photo: Justin Setterfield/Getty Images
Chris Froome
Chris Froome lost time on stage 17. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images