Tour De France 2013 Stage 6 Aix-En-Provence To Montpellier Review

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Updated: July 4, 2013

For what was an uneventful day, Andre Greipel took his first stage win of this year’s Tour De France. Peter Sagan finished just ahead of Marcel Kittel and Mark Cavendish to take his third second place finish in this year’s Tour, but still is unable to get that much wanted stage win. Gerrans finished too far behind to be able to retain the yellow jersey, so it was his team-mate Impey who took it, making him the first South-African to wear the yellow jersey.

As usual someone tried breaking away within the first kilometre of the race, that racer was Mate (COF), the maximum amount of time he got ahead of the peloton was 5 minutes 30 seconds at 19

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kilometres into the race. Mate led the race for over 40 kilometres, and the peloton looked like catching him just before the intermediate sprint. At 44 kilometres, the only escape of the day was over and Mate rejoined the peloton.

Orica GreenEdge and Omega Pharma-Quick Step were leading the peloton as the race was leading up to the sprint. As predicted, strong winds came in at 40 kilometres an hour, and could have been a consequential cause of Quintana’s crash when he hit the

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gutter on the side of the road, he was not seriously injured and got back on his bike. Bouhanni (FDJ) was trailing behind the peloton, presumably because of his gastric problems, he kept behind the team cars but was determined to continue racing.

Lotto appeared near the front when the line for the intermediate sprint approached, especially Greipel who jumped ahead of everyone. Greipel came 1st (20 Pts), followed by, Mark Cavendish (17 Pts), Kristoff (15 Pts), Sagan (13 Pts) and Steegmans (11 Pts). Siutso accelerated a little bit to get in front of the peloton and take the only point for the King Of The Mountain jersey.

Bouhanni and Kesiakoff both pulled out of the race leaving the Tour with 191 riders and now there are only 7 riders in Team Astana. Sagan stopped at one moment to change both his wheels which could have proven costly but Sagan caught up calmly and smoothly with more suited wheels for the

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wind. There were a fair amount of crashes involving, Rodriguez, Cavendish and Brajkovic in the last half of the race.

With 2 kilometres to go, Argos were leading the peloton and almost blocking all the others to set up a stage win for Stage 1 Winner, Marcel Kittel. Lotto managed to find their way through on their left-hand side and get Greipel in a reasonable position for the sprint to win the stage. Mark Cavendish had almost no support near the end of the race from his team-mates and wriggled his way through some cyclists to get near the front. Near the last corner, Sagan looked in no position to win the stage with him and his team trailing but as Sagan continued he found his way through the crowd. Greipel got ahead of Cavendish and made it look certain that he was going to win, then Cavendish got over-taken by Sagan and Kittel in the last hundred metres to come fourth.

Stage Classification

1 GER A. Greipel Lotto 3:59:02
2 SVK P. Sagan Cannondale +0
3 GER M. Kittel Argos +0
4 GBR M. Cavendish O.Ph.-Q-Step +0
5 SPA J. Lobato Euskaltel +0
6 NOR A. Kristoff Katyusha +0
7 SPA J. Rojas Movistar +0
8 NED D. van Poppel Vacansoleil +0
9 ITA R. Ferrari Lampre +0
10 FRA S. Dumoulin AG2R +0
18 GBR C. Froome Team Sky +5
32 IRL N. Roche Saxo-Tinkoff +5
42 IRL D. Martin Garmin +5
103 GBR I. Stannard Team Sky +5
165 GBR D. Millar Garmin +05:18
167 GBR G. Thomas Team Sky +05:18
169 GBR P. Kennaugh Team Sky +05:18

 

General Classification

1 RSA D. Impey Orica 22:18:17
2 NOR E. Boasson Hagen Team Sky +3
3 AUS S. Gerrans Orica +5
4 SWI M. Albasini Orica +5
5 POL M. Kwiatkowski O.Ph.-Q-Step +6
6 FRA Sy. Chavanel O.Ph.-Q-Step +6
7 GBR C. Froome Team Sky +8
8 AUS R. Porte Team Sky +8
9 IRL N. Roche Saxo-Tinkoff +14
10 CZE R. Kreuziger Saxo-Tinkoff +14
16 IRL D. Martin Garmin +22
97 GBR P. Kennaugh Team Sky +14:36
104 GBR D. Millar Garmin +15:43
137 GBR M. Cavendish O.Ph.-Q-Step +26:50
167 GBR I. Stannard Team Sky +36:16
186 GBR G. Thomas Team Sky +43:03

Team Classification

1 Orica 66:03:04
2 Team Sky +8
3 Saxo – Tinkoff +19
4 Movistar +25
5 Garmin +27
6 Lampre +30
7 Vacansoleil +33
8 Katyusha +33
9 BMC Racing +36
10 RadioShack +38
11 Belkin +47
12 FDJ.fr +52
13 AG2R +1:09
14 Sojasun +1:15
15 Europcar +1:23
16 Euskaltel +1:29
17 Cofidis +1:30
18 Cannondale +2:02
19 Astana +10:08
20 Lotto +13:00
21 Omega Pharma – Quick-Step +17:40
22 Argos +53:35

Points Classification

1 SVK P. Sagan Cannondale 159 Pts
2 GER A. Greipel Lotto 130 Pts
3 GBR M. Cavendish O.Ph.-Q-Step 119 Pts

Mountains Classification

1 FRA P. Rolland Europcar 10 Pts
2 AUS S. Clarke Orica 5 Pts
3 FRA B. Kadri AG2R 5 Pts

Under 25 Classification

1 POL M. Kwiatkowski O.Ph.-Q-Step 22:18:23
2 USA A. Talansky Garmin +16
3 COL N. Quintana Movistar +19

 

“Tour De France 2013 Stage 6 Aix-En-Provence To Montpellier Review” written by Seb True

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