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Thursday, 19 July 2018

Tour de France, stage 12

Vincenzo Nibali (SNO) finished seventh atop l'Alpe d'Huez. For Lisa, Dan Martin finished twelfth.

Fernando Gaviria (RSR) and André Greipel (SNO) abandoned during today's stage.

Nibali remains fourth overall with Martin still in tenth place.

Peter Sagan (SNO) still heads the points classification with Philippe Gilbert, also for Steve, sixth and Greg van Avaermat (RSR) eighth.

Julian Alaphilippe (RSR) leads in the mountains competition.

Scores: RSR=0, SNO=0
LeTour: RSR=98, SNO=41
Totals: RSR=371, SNO=358

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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Tour de France, stage 11

Dan Martin (RSR) finished sixth today. For Steve, Vincenzo Nibali was ninth.

Mark Cavendish (SNO) and Marcel Kittel (RSR) failed to finish inside the time limit for the stage and will not be allowed to start tomorrow.

Nibali is now up to fourth overall with Martin tenth and Adam Yates (SNO) sixteenth.

For Steve, Peter Sagan still leads the points competition from Fernando Gaviria (RSR) with André Greipel (SNO) sixth.

Julian Alaphilippe, for Lisa, wears the polka-dot jersey with Greg van Avermaet (RSR) seventh on the mountains classification.

Scores: RSR=0, SNO=0
LeTour: RSR=98, SNO=41
Totals: RSR=371, SNO=358

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Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Tour de France, stage 10

Julian Alaphilippe (RSR) won today's stage with Greg van Avermaet, also for Lisa, fourth. For Steve, Adam Yates came home in thirteenth place.

Van Avermaet retains the Yellow Jersey of overall leader. Adam Yates (SNO) moves up to seventh overall and Vincenzo Nibali, also for Steve, to ninth. Rafał Majka (RSR) drops down to thirteenth, Bauke Mollema (SNO) slips a place to fifteenth and Dan Martin, for Lisa, is now seventeenth.

Peter Sagan (SNO) still heads the points classification. Fernando Gaviria (RSR) is now more than one hundred  points adrift in second place. André Greipel (SNO) is still sixth on points.

After the first Alpine mountain stage of this year's tour, Alaphilippe takes over the leader's jersey in the mountains competition and van Avermaet is now sixth on that classification.

Scores: RSR=13, SNO=0
LeTour: RSR=98, SNO=41
Totals: RSR=371, SNO=358

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Sunday, 15 July 2018

Tour de France, stage 9

Greg van Avermaet (RSR) was narrowly beaten into second place as three riders came in together at the end of today's stage over the pavé to Roubaix, Philippe Gilbert (SNO) won the sprint for fourth place.

Van Avermaet continues to hold the overall leader's yellow jersey going into the first rest day. Gilbert moves up to third. Rafał Majka (RSR) is now up to sixth with Adam Yates, Vincenzo Nibali and Bauke Mollema (all SNO) with, twelfth and fourteenth.

Peter Sagan (SNO) tightened his grip on the green jersey even further with Fernando Gaviria (RSR) ow more than eighty points adrift in second place.  André Greipel (SNO) is sixth on points.

No mountains today, so Dan Martin (RSR) remains fifth on that classification.

Scores: RSR=10, SNO=1
LeTour: RSR=85, SNO=41
Totals: RSR=358, SNO=358

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Saturday, 14 July 2018

Tour de France, stage 8

Peter Sagan (SNO) finished second on today's stage. Marcel Kittel (RSR) was fifteenth.

Greg van Avermaet (RSR) still leads the race overall. Philippe Gilbert (SNO) moves up to to fourth and Rafał Majka (RSR) to eighth. Adam Yates is still thirteenth for Steve with Vincenzo Nibali and Bauke Mollema, both also SNO, now up to fifteenth and seventeenth as Julian Alaphilippe (RSR) tumbles down the classification to eighteenth.

Sagan extended his lead over Fernando Gaviria (RSR) in the points competition but André Greipel, for Steve, drops down to sixth.

Dan Martin (RSR) is still fifth on the mountains classification.

Scores: RSR=6, SNO=4
LeTour: RSR=75, SNO=40
Totals: RSR=348, SNO=357

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Friday, 13 July 2018

Tour de France, stage 7

For the first time in this Tour, none of our riders took the win today! Fernando Gaviria (RSR) was second with Peter Sagan (SNO) third.

There was no change at the top of the overall classification so Greg van Avermaet, for Lisa, still holds the yellow jersey. Julian Alaphilippe (RSR) is fourth with Philippe Gilbert (SNO) fifth, Rafał Majka (RSR) ninth, Adam Yates (SNO) thirteenth, Vincenzo Nibali, also for Steve, sixteenth and Bauke Mollema (SNO) eighteenth.

Sagan still leads the points competition from Gaviria with André Greipel (SNO) fourth.

Dan Martin (RSR) lies fifth on the mountains classification.

Scores: RSR=10, SNO=2
LeTour: RSR=69, SNO=36
Totals: RSR=342, SNO=353

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Thursday, 12 July 2018

Tour de France, stage 6

Dan Martin (RSR) won today on the Mûr de Bretagne with Julian Alaphilippe, also for Lisa, fourth. Adam Yates was sixth for Steve.

Greg van Avermat (RSR) still leads overall with Alaphilippe up to fourth as Philippe Gilbert (SNO) slips down to fifth. Rafał Majka (RSR) moves up to ninth and Adam Yates (SNO) to thirteenth. Vincenzo Nibali, also for Steve, is now sixteenth and Bauke Mollema (SNO) eighteenth.

Peter Sagan (SNO) holds the green jersey as the leader of the points classification from Fernando Gaviria (RSR), still second. André Greipel, for Steve, is still fourth on points but Marcel Kittel, for Lisa, drops to eighth.

Martin enters the Mountains competition on fifth place.

Scores: RSR=13, SNO=0
LeTur:RSR=59, SNO=34
Totals: RSR=332, SNO=351

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