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15:41 Top 5: Top 5 :   1.     Fernando Gaviria   2.     Peter Sagan   3.     Marcel Kittel   4.     Alexander Kristoff   5.     Christophe Laporte The group of Froome, Porte and Yates finishes at 50 seconds, Quintana at 1'5''
15:34 Gaviria wins stage 1: Fernando Gaviria wins stage 1.
15:31 Mechanical for Quintana: Nairo Quintana has a mechanical and watches the Froome group to try and get back to the pack.
15:29 Froome crashes: Chris Froome crashes
15:26 Offredo the most aggressive: Most aggressive rider of the day: Yoann Offredo.
15:24 All together with 10km to go: 10km to go. All together.
15:23 Démare caught in a crash: Arnaud Démare is caught in a crash.
15:19 3 seconds bonus for Cousin: Sprint bonus at Maillezais, km 187.5: 1. Cousin, 3 seconds 2. Offredo, 2 3. Naesen, 1
15:16 Naesen goes solo: Oliver Naesen is alone in between the breakaway and the bunch, possibly targeting the bonus sprint with 13.5km to go.
15:06 30 seconds left: With 23km to go, the time gap is 30 seconds. Offredo attacks.
15:01 Kevin Ledanois in the polka dot jersey: Kevin Ledanois wins the sprint at côte de Vix. He'll get the polka dot jersey.
15:01 Kevin Ledanois in the polka dot jersey: Kevin Ledanois wins the sprint at côte de Vix. He'll get the polka dot jersey.
14:58 Offredo speeds up: Offredo speeds up ahead of the côte de Vix. The fight for the polka dot jersey is on.
14:56 Antwan Tolhoek is back in the pack: Dutch rookie Antwan Tolhoek went down. He's back in the pack.
14:51 1'15'' with 35km to go: The deficit of the peloton is 1'15'' with 35km to go.
14:43 Mark Cavendish: "Not easy to win my 31st Tour stage": Mark Cavendish told letour.fr this morning: "Winning a 31st Tour stage is the goal but it's not as easy as it seems. This is the hardest sports event in the world but we'll give it a shot. It's a nice hot day with a lot of public. That's what makes the Tour so special, being so close to the public. It's great as long as everybody's safe."
14:42 1'45'' with 45km to go: With 45km to go, the time gap is 1'45''.
14:39 1'45'' with 45km to go: The time gap between the leading trio and the peloton is 1'45'' with 45km to go.
14:38 Offredo like last year: Yoann Offredo covered 373km in breakaways on his first Tour de France last year. Shall he forge on until 15km to go to Fontenay-le-Comte, he'll reach half of his previous total...
14:17 2'10'' with 60km to go: 60km before the end, the deficit of the peloton is 2'10''.
14:15 Almost 45km/h average: After three hours of racing, the average speed is 44.9km/h. The leading trio has covered 45.4km in the third hour.
14:02 Gaviria first of the bunch at the intermediate sprint: Result of the intermediate sprint at La Tranche-sur-Mer, km 119.5 :   1. Jérôme Cousin, 20 points   2. Kevin Ledanois, 17   3. Yoann Offredo, 15   At 2’10’’:   4. Fernando Gaviria, 13   5. André Greipel, 11   6. Arnaud Démare, 10   7. Maciej Bodnar, 9   8. Mark Cavendish, 8   9. Peter Sagan, 7   10. Alexander Kristoff, 6   11. Andrea Pasqualon, 5   12. Marcel Kittel, 4   13. Maximiliano Richeze, 3   14. Rick Zabel, 2   15. Marcus Burghardt, 1
14:00 1'45'': The peloton sped up before the sprint. Time gap reduced to 1'45''.
13:55 Craddock at the back: Lawson Craddock is on his way back to the pack but he seems in pain (shoulder).
13:51 Cousin wins the first intermediate sprint: Jérôme Cousin wins the intermediate sprint at La Tranche-sur-Mer ahead of Kevin Ledanois and Yoann Offredo.
13:45 5km to the intermediate sprint: The leading trio is 5km away from the intermediate sprint at La Tranche-sur-Mer, km 119.5
13:38 Craddock on the ground: Lawson Craddock (EF) crashed in the feed zone. He's back on his bike.
13:36 Benoît Genauzeau: "The goal is the polka dot jersey": Questioned for France Televisions by his long-time friend Thomas Voeckler, Direct Energie’s sport director Benoît Genauzeau said: “It was our intention to have one rider in the breakaway to extend the pleasure we have had to host the Grand Départ in Vendée since the beginning of the week. Jérôme Cousin was designated for breaking away. The goal is the polka dot jersey. But the scenario isn’t what we hoped for. The peloton isn’t taking any risk. Hopefully in the feed zone they’ll let the breakaway riders breathe a bit.”
13:29 Offredo, Cousin and Ledanois still ahead at half way: At half way into the 201km long race, Offredo, Cousin and Ledanois remain at the front with an advantage of 2'30'' over the peloton still led bu Ludvigsson, Gesink, Thompson and De Clercq.
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