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TdF Stage 19: July 21, 2017

Stage 19 from Embrun to Salon-de-Provence was the longest stage of this Tour edition (222 km). Twenty men escaped and stayed ahead. Edvald Boasson Hagen escaped from this group and took the stage win. The peloton had an offday and finished more than 12 minutes behind the stage winner. There was no danger for the overall lead of Chris Froome: he kept the yellow jersey.

Few participants managed to earn points in the game today. Stage 19 was won by, Henry Sorst of Germany. M. Bandrowski (Canada) finished second and Guy Edwards (Italy) claimed third place. In the overall rankings Frank Koper of The Netherlands is joined at the top position by fellow countryman Marcel Spanjer. The two leaders have a 16-point advantage over Mojho Cz (Czech Republic) who remained overall third.

Stage 19: July 21, 2017

  1. E. Boasson
  2. N. Arndt
  3. J. Keukeleire
  4. D. Bennati
  5. T. De Gendt
  6. S. Chavanel
  7. E. Gesbert
  8. J. Bakelants
  9. M. Albasini
  10. P. Perichon

Results stage 19: July 21, 2017 (Top 100)

   1.  22 Henry Sorst (Germany)
   2.  19 M. Bandrowski (Canada)
   3.  15 Guy Edwards (Italy)
   4.  13 Noah Verweij (The Netherlands)
   5.  12 Jeff Johnson (USA)
       12 Keith Edmiston (USA)
       12 Martin Blümer (Germany)
       12 Norbert Sorst (Germany)
   9.  11 Mark Coughlin (UK)
       11 Matthew Trice (UK/England)
       11 Simon White (France)
  12.  10 Lord Vader (United Nations)
  13.   9 Brad Warner (USA)
        9 Bret Jaeger (USA)
        9 Francis Lee (France)
        9 Francois Deldycke (Germany)
        9 Jim Green (USA)
        9 Olle Olausson (Sweden)
        9 Rajce Zdravi (Czech Republic)
        9 Thomas Storrødvann (Norway)
  21.   8 Marcel Spanjer (The Netherlands)
        8 Nick Walker (UK/Northern Ireland)
  23.   7 Gary Timberlake (Canada)
        7 Hans Reidt (The Netherlands)
        7 Paige Dusyk (Canada)
        7 Rob Spaans (The Netherlands)
        7 Sapna Sanagavarapu (USA)
  28.   6 Cameron Henderson (Australia)
        6 Fioara Reidt (The Netherlands)
        6 Lanterne Jaune (UK/Scotland)
        6 Lieve Billion (Belgium)
        6 Linda De Winter (Belgium)
        6 Wick Wheelers (UK/Scotland)
  34.   5 Andrew Torrance (UK)
        5 Dave Bell (UK)
        5 Suchi Sanagavarapu (USA)
        5 Wim Penninx (The Netherlands)
  38.   4 Anja Lex (Germany)
        4 Eb Mieghommel (The Netherlands)
        4 Karolina Tobiasson (Sweden)
  41.   3 Adrie van Geffen (The Netherlands)
        3 Balazs Barna (Hungary)
        3 Bastin Verweij (The Netherlands)
        3 Debbie Rowling (UK/England)
        3 Erix Schokker (The Netherlands)
        3 Judson VanDine (Canada/NB)
        3 Julian Ineson (New Zealand)
        3 Marcy Dalton (Canada)
        3 Marina Frankova (Ukraine)
        3 Matt McClain (USA)
        3 Michael Mangrich (USA)
  52.   2 Brian Gregg (USA)
        2 Daan Creemers (The Netherlands)
        2 Derek Seow (Australia)
        2 Jörgen Jonzon (Sweden)
        2 Karsten Sorst (Germany)
        2 Maaike Kuipers (The Netherlands)
        2 Mojho Cz (Czech Republic)
        2 Nicola Stout (New Zealand)
        2 Rien Post (The Netherlands)
        2 Robin van Koert (The Netherlands/USA)
        2 Rudi de Smit (The Netherlands)
        2 Stacy Schaubmayer (USA)
        2 Stephen Larson (USA)
        2 Xiaojun Creemers (The Netherlands)
  66.   1 Angelo Colombo (Italy)
        1 Bojan Kozelj (Slovenia)
        1 Bonoli Gabriele (Switzerland)
        1 Chris Hoekwater (USA)
        1 Chris Salko (USA)
        1 Claude Valette (New Zealand)
        1 Ed McVicker (USA)
        1 Frank Koper (The Netherlands)
        1 Gert Bernstein (USA)
        1 Ian Clark (UK/Scotland)
        1 Karu Meininki (Finland)
        1 Matthieu Jouan (France)
        1 Michal Barla (Slovakia)
        1 Rick Hoekwater (USA)
        1 Tom Scanlon (USA)
        1 Wicher Otten (The Netherlands)

Complete Stage Results


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