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2013 Tour de France
100th edition: June 29 - July 21, 2013

Stage 14 results and photos

Back to 2013 Tour de France | Photos from Stage 14 (posted below results and maps) |

Saturday, July 13: Stage 14, St Pourçain sur Sioule - Lyon, 191 km

climbsRated Ascents:

Stage 14 finish

Weather: At the finish in Lyon at 12:45 PM local time it's 25C (77F) and forecast to climb to 27C (81F). Sky is fair, changing to full sun. Wind is from the north at 11 kph (7 mph), rising later to 19 kph (12 mph). Humidity is 47%.

The Race: All 181 of yesterday's finishers started today.

By the 30th kilometer a four-man break with Jens Voigt had established a slim lead of 30 seconds. Just as it looked like the escape would be absorbed a group of 14 made it across. With 104 km to go the big break's lead was 54 seconds. The stage's first hour was raced at a blistering 48.1 km/hr.

Then things settled down. With 42 km to go the escape was five minutes ahead of the Sky-led peloton.

Bam! The first real attacks in the break (the pack was 6min 30sec back) came on the penultimate climb, the Côte de la Duchère. Over the top Julien Simon timed it just right and quickly got a real gap. As he started the last climb, the Croix Russe, Simon had 14 seconds with Blel Kadri in hot pursuit. Over the top and with 9 km to go Simon had 30 seconds.

The chase was disorganized. At four km to go Simon had just 15 seconds while Tejay Van Garderen in the break kept attacking, but always getting caught and then, finally, dropped.

Michael Albasini caught Simon with 1 km to go and then the others bridged. Matteo Trentin came from far back to win the stage, Italy's first stage win this Tour. France and Spain are still without a stage victory.

Christophe Froome had an easy ride today and successfully defended his lead.

Results: 181 classified finishers

  1. Matteo Trentin (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) 4hr 15min 11sec. 44.9 km/hr
  2. Michael Albasini (Orica-GreenEdge) s.t.
  3. Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) s.t.
  4. José Joaquin Rojas (Movistar) s.t.
  5. Egoitz Garcia (Cofidis) s.t.
  6. Lars Ytting Bak (Lotto-Belisol) s.t.
  7. Simon Geschke (Argos-Shimano) s.t.
  8. Arthur Vichot (FDJ) st.
  9. Pavel Brutt (Katusha) s.t.
  10. Cyril Gautier (Europcar) s.t.
  11. Julien Simon (Sojasun) s.t.
  12. Jan Bakelants (Radio Shack) s.t.
  13. Blel Kadri (Ag2r) @ 10sec
  14. Marcus Burghardt (BMC) s.t.
  15. Imanol Erviti (Movistar) @ 46sec
  16. Tejay Van garderen (BMC) @ 1min 35sec
  17. Jens Voigt (Radio Shack) @ 4min 31sec
  18. David Millar (Garmin-Sharp) s.t.
  19. Ian Stannard (Sky) @ 7min 17sec
  20. Kanstantsin Siutsou (Sky) s.t.
  21. Peter Kennaugh (Sky) s.t.
  22. Christopher Froome (Sky) s.t.
  23. Matteo Tosatto (Saxo-Tinkoff) s.t.
  24. Alberto Contador (Saxo-Tinkoff) s.t.
  25. Richie Porte (Sky) s.t.
  26. Daniele Bennati (Saxo-Tinkoff) s.t.
  27. Robert Gesink (Belkin) s.t.
  28. Roman Kreuziger (Saxo-Tinkoff) s.t.
  29. Bauke Mollema (Belkin) s.t.
  30. Jonathan Castroviejo (Movistar) s.t.
  31. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) s.t.
  32. Sébastien Moinard (Ag2r) s.t.
  33. Michael Rogers (Saxo-Tinkoff) s.t.
  34. Nairo Alexander Quintana (Movistar) s.t.
  35. Lars Boom (Belkin) s.t.
  36. Nicolas Roche (Saxo-Tinkoff) s.t.
  37. Francesco Gavazzi (Astana) s.t.
  38. Andrey Amador (Movistar) s.t.
  39. Samuel Dumoulin (Ag2r) s.t.
  40. Christophe Riblon (Ag2r) s.t.
  41. Hubert Dupont (Ag2r) s.t.
  42. Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) s.t.
  43. Cadel Evans (BMC) s.t.
  44. Philippe Gilbert (BMC) s.t.
  45. André Greipel (Lotto-Belisol) s.t.
  46. Marcel Sieberg (Lotto-Belisol) s.t.
  47. Stuart O'Grady (Orica-GreenEdge) s.t.
  48. Joaquin Rodriguez (Katusha) s.t.
  49. Ruben Perez (Euskaltel) s.t.
  50. Daniel Martin (Garmin-Sharp) s.t.

General Classification: 2,325.5 km raced so far at an average speed of 41.99 km/hr

  1. Christopher Froome (Sky) 55hr 22min 58sec
  2. Bauke Mollema (Belkin) @ 2min 28sec
  3. Alberto Contador (Saxo-Tinkoff) @ 2min 45sec
  4. Roman Kreuziger (Saxo-Tinkoff) @ 2min 48sec
  5. Laurens Ten Dam @ 3min 1sec
  6. Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) @ 4min 39sec
  7. Michal Kwiatkowski (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) @ 4min 44sec
  8. Nairo Alexander Quintana (Movistar) @ 5min 18sec
  9. Jean-Christophe Péraud (Ag2r) @ 5min 39sec
  10. Joaquin Rodriguez (Katusha) @ 5min 48sec
  11. Daniel Martin (Garmin-Sharp) @ 5min 52sec
  12. Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) @ 5min 54sec
  13. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 6min 54sec
  14. Michael Rogers (Saxo-Tinkoff) @ 7min 28sec
  15. Andy Schleck (Radio Shack) @ 8min 32sec
  16. Maxime Monfort (Radio Shack) @ 10min 16sec
  17. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) @ 12min 10sec
  18. Rui Alberto Costa (Movistar) @ 14min 22sec
  19. Daniel Navarro (Cofidis) @ 14min 50sec
  20. Sylvain Chavanel (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) @ 14min 57sec
  21. Mikel Nieve (Euskaltel) @ 16min 49sec
  22. Daniel Moreno (Katusha) @ 18min 36sec
  23. Igor Anton (Euskaltel) @ 19mn 43sec
  24. Steve Morabito (BMC) @ 19min 59sec
  25. Romain Bardet (Ag2r) @ 20min 35sec
  26. José Serpa (Lampre-Merida) @ 21min 1sec
  27. Wouter Poels (Vacansoleil) @ 21min 54sec
  28. Jan Bakelants (Radio Shack) @ 24min 12sec
  29. Pierre Rolland (Europcar) @ 25min 33sec
  30. Davide Malacarne (Europcar) @ 26min 42sec
  31. Richie Porte (Sky) @ 30min 4sec
  32. Robert Gesink (Belkin) @ 20min 17sec
  33. John Gadret (Ag2r) @ 32min 14sec
  34. Tejay Van garderen (BMC) @ 32min 26sec
  35. Eduard Vorganov (Katusha) @ 32min 48sec
  36. Nicolas Roche (Saxo-Tinkoff) @ 33min 15sec
  37. Maxime Mederel (Sojasun) @ 33min 40sec
  38. Przemyslaw Niemiec (Lampre-Merida) @ 33min 43sec
  39. Andreas Klöden (Radio Shack) @ 34min 13sec
  40. Arnold Jeannesson (FDJ) @ 36min 5sec
  41. Cyril Gautier (Europcar) @ 36min 30sec
  42. Hubert Dupont (Ag2r) @ 36min 43sec
  43. Arthur Vichot (FDJ) @ 37min 8sec
  44. Peter Velits (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) @ 37min 40sec
  45. Mikel Astarloza (Euskaltel) @ 37min 48sec
  46. Damiano Cunego (Lampre-Merida) @ 38min 36sec
  47. Haimar Zubeldia (Radio Shack) @ 38min 42sec
  48. Ruben Plaza (Movistar) @ 40min 49sec
  49. Bram Tankink (Belkin) @ 41min 24sec
  50. Daryl Impey (Orica-GreenEdge) @ 44min 38sec


  1. Pierre Rolland (Europcar): 50 points
  2. Christopher Froome (sky): 33
  3. Richie Porte (Sky): 28
  4. Nairo Alexander Quintana (Movistar): 26
  5. Mikel Nieve (Euskaltel): 21


  1. Peter Sagan (Cannondale): 357 points
  2. Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma-Quick Step): 273
  3. André Greipel (Lotto-Belisol): 217
  4. Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano): 177
  5. Alexander Kristoff (Katusha): 157

Young Rider:

  1. Michal Kwiatkowski (Omega Pharma-Quick step) 55hr 27min 42sec
  2. Nairo Alexander Quintana (Movistar) @ 34sec
  3. Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) @ 1min 10sec
  4. Romain Bardet (Ag2r) @ 15min 51sec
  5. Tejay Van Garderen (BMC) @ 27min 42sec

Team Classification:

  1. Saxo-Tinkoff: 165hr 29min 45sec
  2. Movistar @ 2min 26sec
  3. Belkin @ 2min 32sec
  4. Ag2r @ 3min 30sec
  5. Radio Shack @ 4min 44sec

Stage 14 map

Stage 14 map

Stage 14 profile

Stage 14 profile

Photos from Stage 14:

Julien Simon

Julien Simon lit out on the penultimate hill and wasn't caught until the final kilometer.

Lars Ytting Bak

Lars Ytting Bak

David Millar and Jens Voigt

David Millar and Jens Voigt

Stage 14 finish

Matteo Trentin started his sprint from way back, but he had the best legs.

Blel Kadri

Blel Kadri (Ag2r) and Marcus Burghardt (BMC) tried to get away, but their moves were neutralized by the other riders in the break.

Tejay Van Garderen

Tejay Van Garderen attacked the break several times and then was dropped.

Steve morabito and Mark Cavendish

Steve Morabito (BMC) and Mark Cavendish (white jersey)


Sky led in the peloton more than seven minutes after Matteo Trentin had won the stage.

Matteo Trentin

Stage winner Matteo Trentin. This was his first professional win.

Chris Froome

Chris Froome had an easy ride today and will start tomorrow's stage to Mt. Ventoux in yellow.