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17:17 local, 11:17 US EST  -  GC after Stage 14

17:13 local, 11:13 US EST  -  Stage 14 Top 10

17:13 local, 11:13 US EST  -  Alaphilppe still in Yellow!

17:11 local, 11:11 US EST  -  Pinot takes the stage win!

17:10 local, 11:10 US EST  -  Pinot attacks!

17:10 local, 11:10 US EST  -  Gerait Thomas has CRACKED BIG TIME!

17:09 local, 11:09 US EST  -  6 riders left!

17:09 local, 11:09 US EST  -  Thomas DROPPED!

17:09 local, 11:09 US EST  -  Alaphilppe is hanging on with 1 km to go!

17:08 local, 11:08 US EST  -  Buchmann comes to the from with Pinot, Bernal - Geraint Thomas is in trouble!

17:07 local, 11:07 US EST  -  Uran dropped

17:07 local, 11:07 US EST  -  Fuglsang dropped!

17:05 local, 11:05 US EST  -  2 kms to go, Jumbo-Visma sets the pace

17:04 local, 11:04 US EST  -  De Plus pops, Bennett takes over

17:03 local, 11:03 US EST  -  2.8 kms to go

17:02 local, 11:02 US EST  -  Valverde dropped

17:01 local, 11:01 US EST  -  Gaudau pops, Jumbo Visma set the pace, Alaphilippe at the back with 3.4 kms to go

17:00 local, 11:00 US EST  -  3.9 kms to go!

16:59 local, 10:59 US EST  -  Davide Gaudau from FDj attacks!

16:59 local, 10:59 US EST  -  Just 14 riders left!

16:58 local, 10:58 US EST  -  4.5 kms to go and Bernal and Thomas move up.

16:57 local, 10:57 US EST  -  Alaphilippe is at the back, he looks to be suffering but so is Bernal and Thomas and Valverde

16:56 local, 10:56 US EST  -  Gaudu pulls for Pinot and dishes out the hurt!

16:55 local, 10:55 US EST  -  Here go, riders are dropping out, Pouls, Mas and Porte being dropped!

16:53 local, 10:53 US EST  -  6 kms to go, Barguil only has 5 seconds lead

16:52 local, 10:52 US EST  -  Alaphilippe sits behind Team Ineos.

16:51 local, 10:51 US EST  -  Bauke Mollema dropped

16:48 local, 10:48 US EST  -  Pinot attacks, but the GC riders respond.

16:48 local, 10:48 US EST  -  Four team Ineos riders and four Junbo-Visma riders at the front

16:46 local, 10:46 US EST  -  Wout Pouls chats to Geraint Thomas

16:46 local, 10:46 US EST  -  Just 18 riders left in the Yellow jersey group!

16:44 local, 10:44 US EST  -  9.5 kms and French champion Warren Barguil attacks

16:44 local, 10:44 US EST  -  Movistar keep riding, they still have Landa and Valverde on GC

16:43 local, 10:43 US EST  - Quintana has been dropped!

16:42 local, 10:42 US EST  -  Lone leader Gesbert caught. 10.4 kms to go.

16:39 local, 10:39 US EST  -  Amador pops and pulls over, what a beast!

16:36 local, 10:36 US EST  -  11.7 kms to go

16:34 local, 10:34 US EST  -  Movistar's Amadour has been on the front for a long time.

16:33 local, 10:33 US EST  -  Dan Martin in trouble

16:26 local, 10:26 US EST  -  30 riders left in the Yellow jersey group with 13.5 kms to go.

16:20 local, 10:20 US EST  -  16 kms to to go and Sicard has around 50 secs lead

16:15 local, 10:15 US EST  -  Romain Sicard is still leading by 1m 25 secs.

16:10 local, 10:10 US EST  -  23 kms to go, the 3 breakaway leaders have been caught as we reach the Col du Tourmalet

16:09 local, 10:09 US EST  -  Movistar continue to set the pace in the Yellow jersey group, Adam Yates is back in this group for the moment.

16:02 local, 10:02 US EST  -  8 k ms to go to the start of the Tourmalet

16:02 local, 10:02 US EST  -  31 kms to go to the top of the Tourmalet, we expect a HUGE GC battle shortly.

16:01 local, 10:01 US EST  -  Sagan has given up getting any sprint points today

15:48 local, 09:48 US EST  -  There is only around 30 riders left in the Yellow jersey group

15:47 local, 09:47 US EST  -  Wellens got the max. KOM points ahea dof Nibali on the Col du Solour

15:37 local, 09:37 US EST  -  Just Wellens, Nibali and Zakarin out front with the whats left of the Yellow jersey group have 1m 19s

15:35 local, 09:35 US EST  -  Romain Bardet is around 3 minutes in arrears over the Col du Soulor.

15:34 local, 09:34 US EST  -  Alaphilippe is still there as they crest the Col du Soulor.

15:33 local, 09:33 US EST  -  Nibali and Wellens duke it out with 500 m to go to the top of the Soulor!

15:32 local, 09:32 US EST  -  There are maybe 40 riders left in the peloton now as Team Ineos and Movistar dish out the hurt!

15:30 local, 09:30 US EST  -  Adam Yates has been dropped with 3 kms to go.

15:30 local, 09:30 US EST  -  Romain Bardet has been dropped with 4 kms to go on the Col du Soulor

15:28 local, 09:28 US EST  -  Zackarin attacks to bridge across to Nibali and Wellens on the Col du Soulor

15:21 local, 09:21 US EST  -  60 kms to go and Wellens attacks and Nibali follows

15:19 local, 09:19 US EST  -  Up front Zackarin and Nibali start to pull away in the breakaway

15:18 local, 09:18 US EST  -  Team Ineos split the peloton with 62 kms to go

15:17 local, 09:17 US EST  -  5.6 kms to go to the top of the Soulor, Movistar and Inoes set a high pace.

15:17 local, 09:17 US EST  -  The pace is telling in the peloton as sprinters drop off the back. Trentin, Viviani, Kristoff, Richeze are among the men out the back on the Soulour.

14:45 local, 08:45 US EST  -  The next climb is the Col du Soulor, first category climb up to 1,747 metres

14:39 local, 08:39 US EST  -  77 kms to go and the breakaway has 2m 52s

14:39 local, 08:39 US EST  -  Great to see the President of France at the Tour!

14:36 local, 08:36 US EST  -  Riders in the breakaway are; Vincenzo Nibali, Matej Mohoric (Bahrain-Merida), Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe), Alexis Vuillermoz (AG2R-La Mondiale), Matthieu Ladagnous (Groupama-FDJ), Carlos Verona (Movistar), Luis León Sánchez (Astana), Sergio Henao (UAE Team Emirates), Lennard Kämna (Team Sunweb), Tim Wellens (Lotto Soudal), ilian Calmejane, Romain Sicard, Rein Taaramäe (Total Direct Énergie), Ilnur Zakarin and Marco Haller (Katusha-Alpecin), Guillaume Martin (Wanty-Groupe Gobert), Élie Gesbert (Arkéa-Samsic). They have a 2m

14:22 local, 08:22 US EST  -  The break are 30km from the top of the Col du Soulour, so around 19km from the base of the climb.

14:22 local, 08:22 US EST  -  Today's stage is quite short, 117 kms, but mostly uphill!

14:18 local, 08:18 US EST  -  About 17 riders in the breakaway, we'll get the full list shortly.

14:17 local, 08:17 US EST  -  Nibali crests the first climb the Cote de Labatmale to take max KOM points.

14:15 local, 08:15 US EST  -  Ilnur Zakarin is also in the breakaway, they have 2 minutes lead, no GC threats.

14:14 local, 08:14 US EST  -  Sagan and Nibali are in the breakaway, likewise Tim Wellens

14:02 local, 08:02 US EST  -  Tim Wellens will be looking for maximum KOM points, Sagan will want the sprint points but he has to get over the first two climbs to contest it.

14:01 local, 08:01 US EST  -  The stage has started on the anniversary of the first Moon Landing, 50 years ago!

13:56 local, 07:56 US EST  -  There is a protest by farmers in the road, so the race has been nuetralized, their protesting about Pig Farming

13:34 local, 07:34 US EST  -  We'll be covering the full stage today, so sit back, grab a beer and put your feet up!

13:34 local, 07:34 US EST  -  Hello, welcome to our coverage of Stage 14 of the Tour de France, the stage has just started.

Stage 14, Saturday July 20 2019 - Tarbes to Tourmalet - 117 km Mountain Finish

The 2,000m mark will force the riders to enter into a new dimension. They will reach it just before making it to the Col du Tourmalet, by the time the battle between the best climbers should be at its most entertaining. On a rather intense format, the stage will, before that, feature two other climbs: the Col du Soulor.

The Tourmalet is the mountain most visited by the Tour de France and first featured in 1910. This year's ascent is on a comparatively short stage of 117km. The final ascent to the summit finish is 19km long at an average of 7.4 percent and was the scene of a classic struggle in the fog in 2010 where Andy Schleck just edged Alberto Contador.

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