Dan Martin falls to seventh as Michael Matthews claims Stage 16

Posted July 19, 2017

Also there were Rigoberto Uran of Cannondale-Drapac, fourth this morning, and Yates, who moves sixth overall, just 1 second ahead of Martin and 2 minutes 2 seconds off the race lead. "The officials saw it". The snafu solved the mystery of "who does Mikel Landa work for?" We submit our takes on the subject, along with a fiery take from a former Tour de France victor. "And the goal of my preparation for the Tour de France was to head into the third week feeling the way I'm feeling now".

Wednesday's 17th stage will take the riders over the fearsome 2,642-metre Galibier peak where Aru is sure to attack, closing with a 28-kilometre descent to ski resort Serre Chevalier, while Thursday's 18th stage offers the last summit finish against the dramatic backdrop of the Col d'Izoard at 2,360 metres.

Michael Matthews improved his chances of winning the points classification after his Sunweb team worked hard to keep green jersey holder Marcel Kittel out of contention.

He made the most of a slightly uphill section 500 meters from the line and accelerated after Greg Van Avermaet launched the sprint.

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Tempers frayed after the stage.

But German Degenkolb was angered by the line Matthews took in the finish and waved his hand at the Aussie as they crossed the line. "I left a space between me and the barrier", Matthews said, adding that Degenkolb had grabbed him by the neck after the finish. I didn't change my line, I sprinted in a straight line. "I think it won't sink in until tomorrow morning".

On a hard terrain with constant up-and-downs across the lush forests of Massif Central, several attacks had taken place during the first hour of racing.

Bennett's Lotto team confirmed the 27-year-old had been suffering from illness in recent days.