Tour De France 2013 Stage 21 Versailles To Paris Champs-Elysees Review

Updated: July 21, 2013

The winner has been decided and it was hardly doubted before the 21st stage of this year’s Tour De France. On the day Marcel Kittel broke Mark Cavendish’s streak of victories at the Champs-Elysees to win his fourth stage of this year’s Tour. Froome crossed the line just under 1 minute after everyone else so that he could cross the line with his team-mates who helped him immensely to win the yellow jersey.

Sergey Lagutin (VCD) was involved in a crash early on in the race on a narrow road, the accident wasn’t serious and he was back on his bike straight afterwards.

On Cote de Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse, the leader of the peloton, Geert Steegmans (OPQ) took the only point available on the mountain.

On the road to Paris, Chris Froome celebrated with a glass of champagne while he was riding.

Froome Enjoys Some Champagne

Rojas (MOV) took the final point of this year’s Tour De France on cote de Chateaufort.

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the Champs-Elysees, Flecha (VCD), Meyer (OGE), Millar (GRS) and El Fares (SOJ) attacked and reached a small advantage over the peloton. Millar and Flecha broke away from the other two and got about 35 seconds ahead of the peloton. At the intermediate sprint Flecha took 20 points, Millar (17 Pts), El Fares (15 Pts), Meyer (13 Pts), Morabito (11 Pts), Cousin (10 Pts), Gesink (9Pts)….

Westra abandoned the whole Tour 38 kilometres from the end.

When Millar and Flecha’s lead lowered, Millar decided to speed up to keep an advantage over the peloton. Roy attacked the peloton and caught up with Millar who looked to try and take the stage on his own impressively. Millar’s group was quickly caught up and took over by Valverde (MOV), Tanking (BEL) and Quinziato (BMC).

With one lap to go the escapees were caught and it was about who could set up their sprinter. Omega Pharma-Quick Step were the best placed near the end as Lotto-Belisol tried setting up Greipel as Marcel Kittel was just behind Greipel. Cavendish was badly placed as Marcel Kittel kicked a couple of seconds before Greipel and Cavendish. Cavendish tried coming up on the outside but couldn’t get passed Greipel and Kittel.

Tour De France 2013 Top Three Enjoy Cigars

Stage Classification

1 GER M. Kittel Argos 3:06:14
2 GER A. Greipel Lotto +0
3 GBR M. Cavendish O.Ph.-Q-Step +0
4 SVK P. Sagan Cannondale +0
5 ITA R. Ferrari Lampre +0
6 NOR A. Kristoff Katyusha +0
7 FRA K. Reza Europcar +0
8 FRA Y. Gène Europcar +0
9 ITA D. Bennati Saxo-Tinkoff +0
10 BRA M. Fischer +0
122 IRL N. Roche Saxo-Tinkoff +41
123 IRL D. Martin Garmin +41
126 GBR P. Kennaugh Team Sky +53
128 GBR C. Froome Team Sky +53
129 GBR G. Thomas Team Sky +53
130 GBR I. Stannard Team Sky +53
162 GBR D. Millar Garmin +3:13

General Classification

1 GBR C. Froome Team Sky 83:56:40
2 COL N. Quintana Movistar +4:20
3 SPA Joa. Rodríguez Katyusha +5:04
4 SPA A. Contador Saxo-Tinkoff +6:27
5 CZE R. Kreuziger Saxo-Tinkoff +7:27
6 NED B. Mollema Belkin +11:42
7 DEN J. Fuglsang Astana +12:17
8 SPA A. Valverde Movistar +15:26
9 SPA D. Navarro Cofidis +15:52
10 USA A. Talansky Garmin +17:39
33 IRL D. Martin Garmin +1:13:08
40 IRL N. Roche Saxo-Tinkoff +1:34:17
77 GBR P. Kennaugh Team Sky +2:33:46
113 GBR D. Millar Garmin +3:14:25
135 GBR I. Stannard Team Sky +3:38:49
140 GBR G. Thomas Team Sky +3:43:34
148 GBR M. Cavendish O.Ph.-Q-Step +3:52:04

Team Classification

1 Saxo – Tinkoff 251:11:07
2 AG2R +8:28
3 RadioShack +9:02
4 Movistar +22:49
5 Belkin +38:30
6 Katyusha +1:03:48
7 Euskaltel +1:30:34
8 Omega Pharma – Quick-Step +1:50:25
9 Team Sky +1:56:42
10 Cofidis +2:07:11
11 Garmin +2:13:32
12 BMC Racing +2:26:23
13 Europcar +2:32:29
14 +2:50:51
15 Sojasun +3:47:22
16 Lampre +4:06:47
17 Vacansoleil +4:26:40
18 Astana +4:58:00
19 Orica +5:36:44
20 Lotto +5:58:39
21 Argos +6:09:36
22 Cannondale +6:21:09

Points Classification

1 SVK P. Sagan Cannondale 409 Pts
2 GBR M. Cavendish O.Ph.-Q-Step 312 Pts
3 GER A. Greipel Lotto 267 Pts

Mountain Classification

1 COL N. Quintana Movistar 147 Pts
2 GBR C. Froome Team Sky 136 Pts
3 FRA P. Rolland Europcar 117 Pts

Under 25 Classification

1 COL N. Quintana Movistar 84:01:00
2 USA A. Talansky Garmin +13:19
3 POL M. Kwiatkowski O.Ph.-Q-Step +14:39


“Tour De France 2013 Stage 21 Versailles To Paris Champs-Elysees Review” written by Seb True

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