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2014 Tour de France
101st edition: July 5- July 27, 2014

Stage 11 results and photos

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Wednesday, July 16: Stage 11, Besançon - Oyonnax, 187.5 km

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tony Gallopin wins stage 11

Tony Gallopin wins stage 11. Photo ©Sirotti

Rated ascents:

The Race: It took a while for the day's break to go clear. Martin Elmiger (IAM), Cyril Lemoine (Cofidis) and Anthony Delaplace (Bretagne-Séché Environnement) escaped after about 33 kilometers of racing. Their gap eventually grew to over six minutes. After about a hundred kilometers into the stage, Cannondale and Orica-GreenEdge started bringing the escapees back.

As the lumpy second-half of the stage was reached, Andrew Talansky got into trouble. At one point, clearly suffering from agonizing pain in his back after two crashes in earlier stages, he dismounted and had a long talk with staff in the team car. He got back on his bike and eventually finished more than a half hour down, but within the time limit. He can start tomorrow.

Nicolas Roche made a bid to join the break, but Omega Pharma's Tony Martin chased everyone down. Martin's high-speed descending caused a split in the pack.

Late in the stage on an unrated climb Tony Gallopin took off with Michael Rogers, Michal Kwiatkowski and Peter Sagan for company. The quartet formed a working break. Gallopin tired to get away and was brought back. Undaunted, he went again.

The other three looked at each other for just those few, crucial seconds. Too late. Gallopin had bolted and was hustling for the finish. The other three were quickly reeled in.

Gallopin had just enough of a gap to take his hands off the bars to salute the crowd. Nice ride.

The top of the GC ranks remained unchanged except that Rui Costa was on the wrong side of the peloton split and dropped out of the top 10.

Complete Results: more photos coming...

Winner's average speed: 42.3 km/hr

1 Tony Gallopin LOTTO-BELISOL 4hr 25min 45sec
2 John Degenkolb TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO
3 Matteo Trentin OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP
4 Daniele Bennati TINKOFF-SAXO
5 Simon Gerrans ORICA GREENEDGE
6 José Joaquin Rojas  MOVISTAR TEAM
7 Greg Van Avermaet BMC RACING TEAM
8 Samuel Dumoulin AG2R LA MONDIALE
9 Peter Sagan CANNONDALE
10 Kévin Reza TEAM EUROPCAR
11 Romain Bardet AG2R LA MONDIALE
12 Sylvain Chavanel IAM CYCLING
13 Bram Tankink BELKIN PRO CYCLING
14 Bauke Mollema BELKIN PRO CYCLING
15 Jurgen Van Den Broeck LOTTO-BELISOL
16 Paul Voss TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA
17 Jakob Fuglsang ASTANA PRO TEAM
18 Frank Schleck TREK FACTORY RACING
19 Geraint Thomas TEAM SKY
20 Vincenzo Nibali ASTANA PRO TEAM
21 Alejandro Valverde MOVISTAR TEAM
22 Jean-Christophe Péraud AG2R LA MONDIALE
23 Leopold Konig TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA
24 Richie Porte TEAM SKY
25 Rafal Majka TINKOFF-SAXO
26 Tejay Van Garderen BMC RACING TEAM
27 Steven Kruijswijk BELKIN PRO CYCLING
28 Michal Kwiatkowski OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP
29 Mikel Nieve Iturralde TEAM SKY
30 Thibaut Pinot FDJ.FR
31 Haimar Zubeldia Agirre TREK FACTORY RACING
32 Laurens Ten Dam BELKIN PRO CYCLING
33 Christopher Horner LAMPRE - MERIDA
34 Pierre Rolland TEAM EUROPCAR
35 Tanel Kangert ASTANA PRO TEAM
36 John Gadret MOVISTAR TEAM @ 7 seconds
37 Arnold Jeannesson FDJ.FR
38 Michal Golas OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 00' 09''
39 Michael Rogers TINKOFF-SAXO + 00' 12''
40 Tom Dumoulin TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 00' 24''
41 Alessandro De Marchi CANNONDALE + 00' 27''
42 Daniel Oss BMC RACING TEAM + 00' 42''
43 Yury Trofimov TEAM KATUSHA
44 Julien Simon COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS
45 Giovanni Visconti MOVISTAR TEAM
46 Cedric Pineau FDJ.FR + 01' 30''
47 Jon Izaguirre Insausti MOVISTAR TEAM + 01' 32''
48 Rui Alberto Costa  LAMPRE - MERIDA + 01' 36''
49 Michael Schär BMC RACING TEAM
50 Peter Velits BMC RACING TEAM
51 Florian Guillou BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
52 Brice Feillu BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
53 Jan Bakelants OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP
54 Rudy Molard COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS
55 Peter Stetina BMC RACING TEAM
56 Blel Kadri AG2R LA MONDIALE
57 Daniel Navarro Garcia COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS
58 Tony Martin OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP
59 Cyril Gautier TEAM EUROPCAR
60 Luis Angel Mate COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS
61 Kristijan Durasek LAMPRE - MERIDA
62 Sergio Paulinho   TINKOFF-SAXO
63 Bryan Coquard TEAM EUROPCAR
64 Luke Durbridge ORICA GREENEDGE
65 Thomas Voeckler TEAM EUROPCAR
66 Ruben Plaza Molina MOVISTAR TEAM
67 Rafael Valls LAMPRE - MERIDA + 01' 42''
68 Michael Albasini ORICA GREENEDGE + 02' 27''
69 Sébastien Reichenbach IAM CYCLING
70 Gatis Smukulis TEAM KATUSHA + 04' 06''
71 Lars Bak LOTTO-BELISOL
72 Ben Gastauer AG2R LA MONDIALE + 05' 08''
73 Matteo Tosatto TINKOFF-SAXO + 07' 27''
74 Nicolas Edet COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 08' 00''
75 Marcel Wyss IAM CYCLING
76 Rein Taaramäe COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS
77 Yohann Gene TEAM EUROPCAR
78 Mikael Cherel AG2R LA MONDIALE
79 Matthew Busche TREK FACTORY RACING + 08' 14''
80 Martin Elmiger IAM CYCLING
81 Arnaud Gerard BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
82 David De La Cruz  TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA
83 Benat Intxausti MOVISTAR TEAM
84 Florian Vachon BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
85 Jesus Herrada Lopez MOVISTAR TEAM
86 Nicolas Roche TINKOFF-SAXO
87 Dries Devenyns TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO
88 Bartosz Huzarski TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 09' 42''
89 Perrig Quemeneur TEAM EUROPCAR
90 José Serpa LAMPRE - MERIDA
91 Adam Hansen LOTTO-BELISOL
92 Matteo Montaguti AG2R LA MONDIALE + 10' 56''
93 Joaquim Rodriguez TEAM KATUSHA
94 Simon Yates ORICA GREENEDGE
95 Marco Marcato CANNONDALE
96 Maciej Bodnar CANNONDALE
97 Michele Scarponi ASTANA PRO TEAM
98 Svein Tuft ORICA GREENEDGE + 14' 27''
99 Tom Jelte Slagter  GARMIN - SHARP
100 Simon Spilak TEAM KATUSHA
101 Alessandro Petacchi OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 18' 25''
102 Niki Terpstra OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP
103 Lars Boom BELKIN PRO CYCLING
104 Nelson Oliveira LAMPRE - MERIDA
105 Fabio Sabatini CANNONDALE
106 Cyril Lemoine COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS
107 Adrien Petit COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS
108 Alessandro Vanotti ASTANA PRO TEAM
109 Andriy Grivko ASTANA PRO TEAM
110 Lieuwe Westra ASTANA PRO TEAM
111 Maxim Iglinskiy ASTANA PRO TEAM
112 Koen De Kort TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO
113 Armindo Fonseca BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
114 Anthony Delaplace BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
115 José Pimenta Costa Mendes TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA
116 Tiago Machado TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA
117 Janier Acevedo  GARMIN - SHARP
118 Roy Curvers TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO
119 Bernhard Eisel TEAM SKY
120 Michael Morkov TINKOFF-SAXO
121 Imanol Erviti Ollo MOVISTAR TEAM
122 Gregory Rast TREK FACTORY RACING
123 Jurgen Roelandts LOTTO-BELISOL
124 Markel Irizar Arranburu TREK FACTORY RACING
125 David Lopez Garcia TEAM SKY
126 Jérôme Pineau IAM CYCLING
127 Jan Barta TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA
128 Simon Clarke ORICA GREENEDGE
129 Jens Keukeleire ORICA GREENEDGE
130 Johan Van Summeren GARMIN - SHARP
131 Jens Voigt TREK FACTORY RACING
132 Benjamin King GARMIN - SHARP
133 Yukiya Arashiro TEAM EUROPCAR
134 Andreas Schillinger TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA
135 Heinrich Haussler IAM CYCLING
136 Amaël Moinard BMC RACING TEAM
137 Maarten Wynants BELKIN PRO CYCLING
138 Thomas Leezer BELKIN PRO CYCLING
139 Sébastien Minard AG2R LA MONDIALE
140 Alexandre Pichot TEAM EUROPCAR
141 Danny Pate TEAM SKY
142 Dmitriy Gruzdev ASTANA PRO TEAM
143 Jérémy Roy FDJ.FR
144 Matthieu Ladagnous FDJ.FR
145 Alex Howes GARMIN - SHARP
146 Vasili Kiryienka TEAM SKY
147 Benoit Jarrier BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
148 Cheng Ji TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 20' 26''
149 William Bonnet FDJ.FR
150 Marcel Sieberg LOTTO-BELISOL
151 Mark Renshaw OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP
152 André Greipel LOTTO-BELISOL
153 Mickaël Delage FDJ.FR
154 Kristijan Koren CANNONDALE
155 Arthur Vichot FDJ.FR
156 Marcel Kittel TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO
157 Tom Veelers TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO
158 Arnaud Demare FDJ.FR
159 Albert Timmer TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO
160 Romain Feillu BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
161 Christian Meier ORICA GREENEDGE
162 Alexander Kristoff TEAM KATUSHA
163 Alexander Porsev TEAM KATUSHA
164 Elia Viviani CANNONDALE
165 Sep Vanmarcke BELKIN PRO CYCLING
166 Sebastian Langeveld GARMIN - SHARP
167 Zakkari Dempster TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA
168 Davide Cimolai LAMPRE - MERIDA
169 Christophe Riblon AG2R LA MONDIALE
170 Marcus Burghardt BMC RACING TEAM
171 Marc Marino Jean CANNONDALE
172 Jean-Marc Bideau BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT
173 Vladimir Isaichev TEAM KATUSHA
174 Ramunas Navardauskas GARMIN - SHARP
175 Reto Hollenstein IAM CYCLING
176 Luca Paolini TEAM KATUSHA
177 Roger Kluge IAM CYCLING
178 Jack Bauer GARMIN - SHARP
179 Andrew Talansky GARMIN - SHARP + 32' 05''

GC after Stage 11: 1,971 km raced so far at an average speed of 41.945 km/hr

1 Vincenzo Nibali ASTANA PRO TEAM 46hr 59min 23sec
2 Richie Porte TEAM SKY @ 2min 23sec
3 Alejandro Valverde  MOVISTAR TEAM + 02' 47''
4 Romain Bardet AG2R LA MONDIALE + 03' 01''
5 Tony Gallopin LOTTO-BELISOL + 03' 12''
6 Thibaut Pinot FDJ.FR + 03' 47''
7 Tejay Van Garderen BMC RACING TEAM + 03' 56''
8 Jean-Christophe Péraud AG2R LA MONDIALE + 03' 57''
9 Bauke Mollema BELKIN PRO CYCLING + 04' 08''
10 Jurgen Van Den Broeck LOTTO-BELISOL + 04' 18''
11 Jakob Fuglsang ASTANA PRO TEAM + 04' 31''
12 Michal Kwiatkowski OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 04' 39''
13 Geraint Thomas TEAM SKY + 05' 17''
14 Alberto Costa Rui LAMPRE - MERIDA + 05' 34''
15 Mikel Nieve Iturralde TEAM SKY + 06' 03''
16 Pierre Rolland TEAM EUROPCAR + 06' 47''
17 Christopher Horner LAMPRE - MERIDA + 07' 33''
18 Laurens Ten Dam BELKIN PRO CYCLING + 07' 42''
19 Haimar Zubeldia Agirre TREK FACTORY RACING + 08' 01''
20 Leopold Konig TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 08' 25''
21 Cyril Gautier TEAM EUROPCAR + 09' 12''
22 Yury Trofimov TEAM KATUSHA + 10' 32''
23 Steven Kruijswijk BELKIN PRO CYCLING + 10' 35''
24 Brice Feillu BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 11' 32''
25 Frank Schleck TREK FACTORY RACING + 11' 51''
26 Tanel Kangert ASTANA PRO TEAM + 15' 27''
27 Tom Dumoulin TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 15' 43''
28 Jan Bakelants OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 19' 50''
29 John Gadret MOVISTAR TEAM + 21' 27''
30 Peter Velits BMC RACING TEAM + 24' 24''
31 Bram Tankink BELKIN PRO CYCLING + 25' 51''
32 Tony Martin OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 28' 24''
33 Ben Gastauer AG2R LA MONDIALE + 35' 06''
34 Greg Van Avermaet BMC RACING TEAM + 39' 58''
35 Peter Sagan CANNONDALE + 41' 08''
36 Giovanni Visconti MOVISTAR TEAM + 41' 22''
37 Daniel Navarro Garcia COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 42' 16''
38 Kristijan Durasek LAMPRE - MERIDA + 42' 52''
39 Arnold Jeannesson FDJ.FR + 43' 44''
40 Michele Scarponi ASTANA PRO TEAM + 44' 32''
41 José Joaquin Rojas  MOVISTAR TEAM + 45' 26''
42 Michael Rogers TINKOFF-SAXO + 46' 14''
43 Michal Golas OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 46' 46''
44 Andrew Talansky GARMIN - SHARP + 47' 09''
45 Michael Schär BMC RACING TEAM + 50' 59''
46 Sylvain Chavanel IAM CYCLING + 51' 02''
47 Luis Angel Mate  COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 51' 09''
48 Marcel Wyss IAM CYCLING + 53' 12''
49 Paul Voss TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 53' 29''
50 Arthur Vichot FDJ.FR + 55' 03''
51 Tom Jelte Slagter  GARMIN - SHARP + 55' 09''
52 Nicolas Roche TINKOFF-SAXO + 55' 10''
53 Simon Gerrans ORICA GREENEDGE + 55' 39''
54 Jon Izaguirre Insausti MOVISTAR TEAM + 56' 15''
55 Daniel Oss BMC RACING TEAM + 56' 26''
56 Rafael Valls LAMPRE - MERIDA + 56' 33''
57 José Serpa LAMPRE - MERIDA + 57' 09''
58 Michael Albasini ORICA GREENEDGE + 58' 14''
59 Martin Elmiger IAM CYCLING + 58' 47''
60 Thomas Voeckler TEAM EUROPCAR + 58' 50''
61 Peter Stetina BMC RACING TEAM + 59' 58''
62 Jens Keukeleire ORICA GREENEDGE + 01h 00' 08''
63 Amaël Moinard BMC RACING TEAM + 01h 02' 31''
64 Tiago Machado TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 01h 02' 37''
65 Alessandro De Marchi CANNONDALE + 01h 07' 49''
66 Mikael Cherel AG2R LA MONDIALE + 01h 08' 07''
67 Marco Marcato CANNONDALE + 01h 08' 14''
68 Matteo Trentin OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 01h 08' 28''
69 Joaquim Rodriguez TEAM KATUSHA + 01h 08' 30''
70 Simon Spilak TEAM KATUSHA + 01h 09' 49''
71 Nicolas Edet COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 01h 12' 16''
72 Adam Hansen LOTTO-BELISOL + 01h 13' 37''
73 Sep Vanmarcke BELKIN PRO CYCLING + 01h 14' 18''
74 Matteo Montaguti AG2R LA MONDIALE + 01h 14' 21''
75 Lars Bak LOTTO-BELISOL + 01h 15' 52''
76 Florian Guillou BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 01h 16' 02''
77 Lieuwe Westra ASTANA PRO TEAM + 01h 18' 20''
78 Jesus Herrada Lopez MOVISTAR TEAM + 01h 18' 53''
79 Niki Terpstra OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 01h 19' 22''
80 Nelson Oliveira LAMPRE - MERIDA + 01h 20' 11''
81 Julien Simon COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 01h 20' 19''
82 Rudy Molard COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 01h 20' 20''
83 Matthieu Ladagnous FDJ.FR + 01h 20' 26''
84 Blel Kadri AG2R LA MONDIALE + 01h 20' 40''
85 Gregory Rast TREK FACTORY RACING + 01h 20' 59''
86 Johan Van Summeren GARMIN - SHARP + 01h 21' 01''
87 Ruben Plaza Molina MOVISTAR TEAM + 01h 22' 27''
88 Cyril Lemoine COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 01h 22' 32''
89 Markel Irizar Arranburu TREK FACTORY RACING + 01h 22' 54''
90 Sébastien Reichenbach IAM CYCLING + 01h 23' 01''
91 Jens Voigt TREK FACTORY RACING + 01h 23' 09''
92 Koen De Kort TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 01h 24' 09''
93 Kévin Reza TEAM EUROPCAR + 01h 24' 16''
94 Daniele Bennati TINKOFF-SAXO + 01h 24' 18''
95 Benjamin King GARMIN - SHARP + 01h 24' 34''
96 Simon Clarke ORICA GREENEDGE + 01h 25' 31''
97 Vasili Kiryienka TEAM SKY + 01h 25' 36''
98 Sébastien Minard AG2R LA MONDIALE + 01h 25' 44''
99 Samuel Dumoulin AG2R LA MONDIALE + 01h 26' 04''
100 Jérémy Roy FDJ.FR + 01h 26' 27''
101 Bryan Coquard TEAM EUROPCAR + 01h 26' 30''
102 Sergio Paulinho   TINKOFF-SAXO + 01h 26' 43''
103 Jan Barta TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 01h 26' 51''
104 Fabio Sabatini CANNONDALE + 01h 26' 54''
105 Luke Durbridge ORICA GREENEDGE + 01h 27' 26''
106 Maciej Bodnar CANNONDALE + 01h 27' 40''
107 Jérôme Pineau IAM CYCLING + 01h 27' 42''
108 Bartosz Huzarski TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 01h 27' 48''
109 Heinrich Haussler IAM CYCLING + 01h 27' 50''
110 Yukiya Arashiro TEAM EUROPCAR + 01h 28' 16''
111 Andriy Grivko ASTANA PRO TEAM + 01h 29' 36''
112 Benat Intxausti MOVISTAR TEAM + 01h 30' 12''
113 Jurgen Roelandts LOTTO-BELISOL + 01h 30' 24''
114 Simon Yates ORICA GREENEDGE + 01h 31' 02''
115 Perrig Quemeneur TEAM EUROPCAR + 01h 33' 08''
116 David Lopez Garcia TEAM SKY + 01h 33' 28''
117 Lars Boom BELKIN PRO CYCLING + 01h 34' 09''
118 Maarten Wynants BELKIN PRO CYCLING + 01h 34' 10''
119 Roy Curvers TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 01h 34' 33''
120 Gatis Smukulis TEAM KATUSHA + 01h 34' 33''
121 Rein Taaramäe COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 01h 35' 30''
122 Imanol Erviti Ollo MOVISTAR TEAM + 01h 36' 41''
123 Sebastian Langeveld GARMIN - SHARP + 01h 37' 05''
124 John Degenkolb TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 01h 38' 25''
125 Alexandre Pichot TEAM EUROPCAR + 01h 38' 44''
126 Florian Vachon BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 01h 39' 44''
127 Reto Hollenstein IAM CYCLING + 01h 39' 59''
128 Cedric Pineau FDJ.FR + 01h 40' 35''
129 Yohann Gene TEAM EUROPCAR + 01h 40' 43''
130 Rafal Majka TINKOFF-SAXO + 01h 43' 14''
131 Alexander Kristoff TEAM KATUSHA + 01h 43' 32''
132 Alexander Porsev TEAM KATUSHA + 01h 44' 06''
133 Jean-Marc Bideau BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 01h 44' 21''
134 Alex Howes GARMIN - SHARP + 01h 46' 49''
135 Svein Tuft ORICA GREENEDGE + 01h 48' 18''
136 Anthony Delaplace BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 01h 48' 29''
137 Maxim Iglinskiy ASTANA PRO TEAM + 01h 49' 07''
138 Dmitriy Gruzdev ASTANA PRO TEAM + 01h 49' 09''
139 Thomas Leezer BELKIN PRO CYCLING + 01h 49' 14''
140 Christian Meier ORICA GREENEDGE + 01h 51' 09''
141 Matteo Tosatto TINKOFF-SAXO + 01h 52' 01''
142 Luca Paolini TEAM KATUSHA + 01h 52' 48''
143 Kristijan Koren CANNONDALE + 01h 53' 25''
144 Matthew Busche TREK FACTORY RACING + 01h 55' 20''
145 Jack Bauer GARMIN - SHARP + 01h 57' 08''
146 Dries Devenyns TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 01h 57' 27''
147 Mark Renshaw OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 01h 58' 09''
148 Arnaud Gerard BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 01h 58' 35''
149 Bernhard Eisel TEAM SKY + 01h 58' 53''
150 Marcus Burghardt BMC RACING TEAM + 01h 58' 59''
151 David De La Cruz  TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 01h 59' 13''
152 José Pimenta Costa Mendes TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 01h 59' 40''
153 Christophe Riblon AG2R LA MONDIALE + 02h 00' 32''
154 Tom Veelers TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 02h 02' 11''
155 Marcel Sieberg LOTTO-BELISOL + 02h 03' 10''
156 Alessandro Vanotti ASTANA PRO TEAM + 02h 03' 55''
157 Albert Timmer TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 02h 04' 07''
158 Armindo Fonseca BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 02h 05' 15''
159 Vladimir Isaichev TEAM KATUSHA + 02h 05' 55''
160 Roger Kluge IAM CYCLING + 02h 06' 24''
161 Zakkari Dempster TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 02h 07' 56''
162 Danny Pate TEAM SKY + 02h 09' 24''
163 Ramunas Navardauskas GARMIN - SHARP + 02h 09' 32''
164 Michael Morkov TINKOFF-SAXO + 02h 09' 37''
165 André Greipel LOTTO-BELISOL + 02h 10' 09''
166 Benoit Jarrier BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 02h 10' 30''
167 Janier Alexis Acevedo  GARMIN - SHARP + 02h 11' 04''
168 Mickaël Delage FDJ.FR + 02h 11' 35''
169 Alessandro Petacchi OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 02h 13' 03''
170 Andreas Schillinger TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 02h 13' 17''
171 Romain Feillu BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 02h 14' 43''
172 Jean Marc Marino  CANNONDALE + 02h 15' 02''
173 Adrien Petit COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 02h 15' 10''
174 Marcel Kittel TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 02h 15' 43''
175 William Bonnet FDJ.FR + 02h 17' 01''
176 Davide Cimolai LAMPRE - MERIDA + 02h 18' 21''
177 Arnaud Demare FDJ.FR + 02h 19' 29''
178 Elia Viviani CANNONDALE + 02h 27' 35''
179 Cheng Ji TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 02h 41' 27''

Points Classification:

1 Peter Sagan CANNONDALE 301 points
2 Bryan Coquard TEAM EUROPCAR 164
3 Marcel Kittel TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 157
4 Alexander Kristoff TEAM KATUSHA 127
5 André Greipel LOTTO-BELISOL 111
6 Mark Renshaw OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 110
7 Greg Van Avermaet BMC RACING TEAM 100
8 Vincenzo Nibali ASTANA PRO TEAM 95
9 Tony Gallopin LOTTO-BELISOL 87
10 Tony Martin OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 76
11 Matteo Trentin OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 76
12 Samuel Dumoulin AG2R LA MONDIALE 66
13 Blel Kadri AG2R LA MONDIALE 63
14 José Joaquin Rojas  MOVISTAR TEAM 60
15 Sylvain Chavanel IAM CYCLING 55
16 Daniel Oss BMC RACING TEAM 54
17 Sep Vanmarcke BELKIN PRO CYCLING 53
18 Tom Dumoulin TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 51
19 Lieuwe Westra ASTANA PRO TEAM 48
20 Cyril Lemoine COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 44
21 Arnaud Demare FDJ.FR 44
22 Michal Kwiatkowski OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 43
23 Ramunas Navardauskas GARMIN - SHARP 42
24 Martin Elmiger IAM CYCLING 41
25 Alexandre Pichot TEAM EUROPCAR 40
26 Simon Gerrans ORICA GREENEDGE 39
27 Romain Feillu BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 38
28 Michael Albasini ORICA GREENEDGE 37
29 Alejandro Valverde  MOVISTAR TEAM 36
30 Romain Bardet AG2R LA MONDIALE 35
31 Nicolas Edet COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 35
32 Kévin Reza TEAM EUROPCAR 35
33 Thibaut Pinot FDJ.FR 34
34 Jakob Fuglsang ASTANA PRO TEAM 32
35 Thomas Voeckler TEAM EUROPCAR 31
36 Lars Boom BELKIN PRO CYCLING 30
37 Tejay Van Garderen BMC RACING TEAM 30
38 Luis Angel Mate  COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 30
39 Anthony Delaplace BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 30
40 Cyril Gautier TEAM EUROPCAR 29
41 Elia Viviani CANNONDALE 29
42 Richie Porte TEAM SKY 28
43 Jean-Christophe Péraud AG2R LA MONDIALE 28
44 Matteo Montaguti AG2R LA MONDIALE 28
45 Heinrich Haussler IAM CYCLING 28
46 Perrig Quemeneur TEAM EUROPCAR 28
47 Niki Terpstra OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 26
48 Matthew Busche TREK FACTORY RACING 26
49 John Degenkolb TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 25
50 Alessandro Petacchi OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 25
51 Bauke Mollema BELKIN PRO CYCLING 24
52 Arnaud Gerard BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 24
53 Alessandro De Marchi CANNONDALE 23
54 Jan Barta TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 23
55 Michael Rogers TINKOFF-SAXO 22
56 Daniele Bennati TINKOFF-SAXO 22
57 Mikael Cherel AG2R LA MONDIALE 21
58 Jens Voigt TREK FACTORY RACING 20
59 Jean-Marc Bideau BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 20
60 Thomas Leezer BELKIN PRO CYCLING 20
61 Marco Marcato CANNONDALE 20
62 Fabio Sabatini CANNONDALE 18
63 Maciej Bodnar CANNONDALE 18
64 Tom Veelers TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 18
65 Jurgen Van Den Broeck LOTTO-BELISOL 17
66 Simon Clarke ORICA GREENEDGE 17
67 David De La Cruz  TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 17
68 Adrien Petit COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 17
69 Joaquim Rodriguez TEAM KATUSHA 16
70 Alberto Costa Rui LAMPRE - MERIDA 15
71 Jens Keukeleire ORICA GREENEDGE 15
72 Jérôme Pineau IAM CYCLING 15
73 Christophe Riblon AG2R LA MONDIALE 15
74 Benoit Jarrier BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 15
75 Davide Cimolai LAMPRE - MERIDA 14
76 Steven Kruijswijk BELKIN PRO CYCLING 13
77 Daniel Navarro Garcia COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 13
78 Markel Irizar Arranburu TREK FACTORY RACING 13
79 Giovanni Visconti MOVISTAR TEAM 12
80 Brice Feillu BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 11
81 Simon Yates ORICA GREENEDGE 11
82 Rein Taaramäe COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 11
83 Armindo Fonseca BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 11
84 Mikel Nieve Iturralde TEAM SKY 10
85 Amaël Moinard BMC RACING TEAM 10
86 Adam Hansen LOTTO-BELISOL 10
87 Bartosz Huzarski TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 10
88 Yohann Gene TEAM EUROPCAR 10
89 Zakkari Dempster TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 10
90 Pierre Rolland TEAM EUROPCAR 9
91 Alexander Porsev TEAM KATUSHA 9
92 Leopold Konig TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 8
93 Andrew Talansky GARMIN - SHARP 8
94 Paul Voss TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 8
95 Christian Meier ORICA GREENEDGE 8
96 Kristijan Koren CANNONDALE 8
97 Michele Scarponi ASTANA PRO TEAM 7
98 Roy Curvers TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 7
99 Arthur Vichot FDJ.FR 6
100 Rafal Majka TINKOFF-SAXO 6
101 Dries Devenyns TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 6
102 Cheng Ji TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 5
103 Geraint Thomas TEAM SKY 4
104 Bram Tankink BELKIN PRO CYCLING 4
105 Rafael Valls LAMPRE - MERIDA 4
106 Lars Bak LOTTO-BELISOL 4
107 Sergio Paulinho   TINKOFF-SAXO 4
108 Reto Hollenstein IAM CYCLING 4
109 Albert Timmer TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 4
110 Haimar Zubeldia Agirre TREK FACTORY RACING 3
111 Jan Bakelants OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 3
112 Marcel Wyss IAM CYCLING 3
113 Koen De Kort TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 3
114 Andriy Grivko ASTANA PRO TEAM 3
115 Jurgen Roelandts LOTTO-BELISOL 3
116 Jean Marc Marino  CANNONDALE 3
117 John Gadret MOVISTAR TEAM 2
118 Dmitriy Gruzdev ASTANA PRO TEAM 2
119 Jérémy Roy FDJ.FR 1
120 Alessandro Vanotti ASTANA PRO TEAM 1
121 Mickaël Delage FDJ.FR 1
122 Sebastian Langeveld GARMIN - SHARP -4
123 Tom Jelte Slagter  GARMIN - SHARP -5
124 Sébastien Minard AG2R LA MONDIALE -5
125 Tiago Machado TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA -13
126 Andreas Schillinger TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA -20

Mountains Classification:

1 Joaquim Rodriguez TEAM KATUSHA 51 points
2 Thomas Voeckler TEAM EUROPCAR 34
3 Tony Martin OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 26
4 Vincenzo Nibali ASTANA PRO TEAM 20
5 Alessandro De Marchi CANNONDALE 18
6 Blel Kadri AG2R LA MONDIALE 17
7 Thibaut Pinot FDJ.FR 16
8 Alejandro Valverde  MOVISTAR TEAM 12
9 Giovanni Visconti MOVISTAR TEAM 12
10 Nicolas Edet COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 12
11 Michal Kwiatkowski OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 11
12 Amaël Moinard BMC RACING TEAM 10
13 Jean-Christophe Péraud AG2R LA MONDIALE 9
14 Cyril Lemoine COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 6
15 Sylvain Chavanel IAM CYCLING 6
16 Martin Elmiger IAM CYCLING 5
17 Simon Yates ORICA GREENEDGE 5
18 Jens Voigt TREK FACTORY RACING 4
19 Romain Bardet AG2R LA MONDIALE 4
20 Lieuwe Westra ASTANA PRO TEAM 4
21 Christophe Riblon AG2R LA MONDIALE 4
22 Nicolas Roche TINKOFF-SAXO 3
23 Luis Angel Mate  COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 3
24 Pierre Rolland TEAM EUROPCAR 2
25 Tom Jelte Slagter  GARMIN - SHARP 2
26 Perrig Quemeneur TEAM EUROPCAR 2
27 Tejay Van Garderen BMC RACING TEAM 2
28 Brice Feillu BRETAGNE - SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 2
29 Peter Sagan CANNONDALE 2
30 Niki Terpstra OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 2
31 David De La Cruz TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 2
32 Greg Van Avermaet BMC RACING TEAM 1
33 Andriy Grivko ASTANA PRO TEAM 1
34 Benoit Jarrier BRETAGNE - SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT 1
35 Tom Dumoulin TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO 1
36 Jan Bakelants OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP 1
37 Andrew Talansky GARMIN - SHARP 1
38 Tiago Machado TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA 1
39 Lars Bak LOTTO-BELISOL 1
40 Rein Taaramäe COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS 1

Young Rider Classification:

1 Romain Bardet AG2R LA MONDIALE 47hr 2min 24sec
2 Thibaut Pinot FDJ.FR @ 46sec
3 Michal Kwiatkowski OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 01' 38''
4 Tom Dumoulin TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 12' 42''
5 Peter Sagan CANNONDALE + 38' 07''
6 Tom Jelte Slagter  GARMIN - SHARP + 52' 08''
7 Jon Izaguirre Insausti MOVISTAR TEAM + 53' 14''
8 Matteo Trentin OMEGA PHARMA-QUICK STEP + 01h 05' 27''
9 Jesus Herrada Lopez MOVISTAR TEAM + 01h 15' 52''
10 Nelson Oliveira LAMPRE - MERIDA + 01h 17' 10''
11 Rudy Molard COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 01h 17' 19''
12 Sébastien Reichenbach IAM CYCLING + 01h 20' 00''
13 Benjamin King GARMIN - SHARP + 01h 21' 33''
14 Bryan Coquard TEAM EUROPCAR + 01h 23' 29''
15 Luke Durbridge ORICA GREENEDGE + 01h 24' 25''
16 Simon Yates ORICA GREENEDGE + 01h 28' 01''
17 John Degenkolb TEAM GIANT-SHIMANO + 01h 35' 24''
18 Rafal Majka TINKOFF-SAXO + 01h 40' 13''
19 Anthony Delaplace BRETAGNE-SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 01h 45' 28''
20 David De La Cruz TEAM NETAPP-ENDURA + 01h 56' 12''
21 Armindo Fonseca BRETAGNE - SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 02h 02' 14''
22 Benoit Jarrier BRETAGNE - SECHE ENVIRONNEMENT + 02h 07' 29''
23 Adrien Petit COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS + 02h 12' 09''
24 Davide Cimolai LAMPRE - MERIDA + 02h 15' 20''
25 Arnaud Demare FDJ.FR + 02h 16' 28''
26 Elia Viviani CANNONDALE + 02h 24' 34''  

Team Classificaton:

1 Ag2R La Mondiale 141hr 5min 43sec
2 Astana Pro Team @ 3min 19sec
3 Belkin Pro Cycling + 04' 25''
4 Team Sky + 04' 56''
5 BMC Racing Team + 21' 20''
6 Movistar Team + 22' 34''
7 Lampre - Merida + 27' 16''
8 Team Europcar + 29' 23''
9 Omega Pharma-Quick Step + 30' 07''
10 Trek Factory Racing + 43' 31''
11 Cofidis, Solutions Credits + 47' 29''
12 Team Katusha + 49' 53''
13 Lotto-Belisol + 52' 03''
14 FDJ.Fr + 54' 13''
15 Team Netapp-Endura + 01h 00' 11''
16 Iam Cycling + 01h 11' 01''
17 Tinkoff-Saxo + 01h 37' 52''
18 Orica Greenedge + 01h 42' 47''
19 Garmin - Sharp + 01h 48' 07''
20 Team Giant-Shimano + 02h 13' 09''
21 Cannondale + 02h 13' 23''
22 Bretagne-Seche Environnement + 02h 22' 49''  

Stage 11 photos:

Vincenzo Nibali heads to the start

Vincenzo Nibali heads to the start. Photo ©Sirotti

Frank Schleck

Frank Schleck at the sign in. Photo ©Sirotti

Peter Sagan

Peter Sagan. Photo ©Sirotti

Romain Bardet

Best young rider Romain Bardet. Photo ©Sirotti

Bauke Mollema

Bauke Mollema. Photo ©Sirotti

Time to start

Time to start racing. Photo ©Sirotti

Tony Gallopin

After being caught, Tony Gallopin goes again. Here he drives hard for the line. Photo ©Sirotti.

PEter Sagan, michael Rogers amd Michal kwiatkowski

Peter Sagan, Michal Kwiatkowski and Michael Rogers chase Gallopin, but they hesitated for jsut a few seconds before taking up the pursuit. Photo ©Sirotti

Vincenzo Nibali

Vincenzo Nibali was vigilant and finished with the front group and avoided any time loss. Photo ©Sirotti

Geraint Thomas

Geraint Thomas. Photo ©Sirotti

Rui Costa

Rui Costa was on the wrong side of the peloton split. He dropped out of the top ten. Photo ©Sirotti

Nicolas Roche

Nicolas Roche (Tinkoff-Saxo). Photo ©Sirotti

Stage 11 finish

The pack passed Gallopin just after the line. They were all given the same time. Photo ©Sirotti

John Degenkolb

Big John Degenkolb was second after coming from way back. Photo ©Sirotti

Tony Gallopin

Stage winner Tony Gallopin. Photo ©Sirotti

Vincenzo Nibali

Vincenzo Nibali will start stage 12 in yellow. Photo ©Sirotti

Stage 11 live updates:

Weather at Besançon, 12:45 PM local time: 25c (77F), wind from the north at 10 km/hr (6 mph), sunny with a forecast to warm to 27C (81F). Humidity 46%. Sounds like a nice day for a bicycle race.

Km 8: 179 riders started today. Fabian Cancellara withdrew yesterday to prepare for the world championships this fall.

A break of four riders - Jérémy Roy (FDJ), Gregory Rast (Trek) and Jérôme Pineau (IAM), Dries Devenyns (Giant) - attempted to make a break of it, but the move was quickly snuffed.

Km 20: The peloton isn't being very generous so far. Adam Hansen, Sylvain Chavanel and Peter Sagan have each tried to escape solo and all were brought back. Average speed so far has been a speedy 51.6 k/hr.

Monday's stage turned everything upside down. Only Peter Sagan kept his classification leadership. Vincenzo Nibali became the new yellow jersey, Joaquin Rodriguez has the polka-dots, Romain Bardet is the best young rider and Ag2r took over the team classification.

Km 34: We may have our break: Martin Elmiger (IAM), Cyril Lemoine (Cofidis) and Anthony Delaplace (Bretagne-Séché Environnement). The trio is 1min 10sec ahead of the peloton.

And what is Tinkoff-Saxo going to do now that both Alberto Contador and Jesus Hernandez have crashed out? The team still has a lot of horsepower in Michael Rogers, Nicolas Roche, Sergio Paulinho, Daniele Bennati, Michael Morkov and Rafal Majka. None are riders who can have realistic ambitions for wearing yellow in Paris, but there are lots of other way a team can make an impact. Michael Morkov explained, “It totally changes our way of racing. It's a new race for us. We'll try and go for stage wins, myself included. We have a lot of guys in the team who are fresh and ready to attack. Today it's probably a good day for breakaways. The last part of the stage is hard. It's a question of getting into the right group.”

Km 40: This is the break that will go. The gap has gone out to 2min 30sec.

Km 50: Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle! The trio of Martin Elmiger (IAM), Cyril Lemoine (Cofidis) and Anthony Delaplace (Bretagne-Séché Environnement) is now riding 6min 10sec ahead of the pack.

Km 65: Enough of that! Cannondale and Orica-GreenEdge have strung out the peloton and reduced the trio's lead to five minutes. Astana rides massed near the front. Andrew Talansky, who has had such a rough start to this year's Tour rides at the back.

Km 75: Cannondale, led by Elia Viviani is leading the pack. The gap is down to 4min 40sec. As the peloton roared through Montrond a speed check sign showed 55 km/hr.

Km 92: Cyril Lemoine was the first of the break riders to cross the intermediate sprint line. André Greipel was fourth, followed by Marcel Kittel. Peter Sagan did not contest the sprint and crossed in 11th place. The break's lead is 4min 4sec.

Km 100, 87.5 km to go: The riders have gone through the feed zone and some have stopped to relieve themselves before the road starts getting lumpy. There will be four categorized ascents in the final 40 kilometers. The gap has gone back out to 4min 32sec. Cannondale, Orica-GreenEdge, FDJ and Astana are at the front.

Km 106: Oh no! Andrew Talansky is coming off. He's had a flat tire then stopped to take a "natural break", but can't go the speed of the pack and continues to lose ground. His team, Garmin-Sharp, has so far not sent any riders back to help him regain the field. He's on his own and the pack works to chase down the break that is 3min 36sec up the road.

Km 114: Talansky is 1min 20sec behind the peloton. Still no help sent back to him. Talansky is not only suffering from two crashes, he went deep when he won the Dauphiné a few weeks ago. Riders who win the Dauphiné regularly have trouble in the Tour. Lance Armstrong regretted his winning the Dauphiné in 2003, saying he should have let Iban Mayo win the damn race.

Km 126: The break is descending 2min 55sec ahead of the field before the start of the first categorized climb, the third-category Côte de Rogna. Talansky is more than three minutes behind the peloton.

Km 132: Garmin-Sharp is at the front, chasing. Talansky is obviously being written off. The break's - Martin Elmiger (IAM), Cyril Lemoine (Cofidis) and Anthony Delaplace (Bretagne-Séché Environnement) - gap is down to 2min 34sec.

Km 135: On the Côte de Rogna, lots of riders are being dropped as Garmin-Sharp taps out a serious pace. Anthony Delaplace has been dropped from the break. Talansky will probably have to limit his time loss today to about 25 minutes to avoid being eliminated. He's about eight minutes behind now.

Talansky is off his bike, clearly suffering from serious back pain. He's talking to team staff by the side of the road. Looks to me like he's abandoning.

Km 144: Talansky got back on his bike. Martin Elmiger was first over the Rogna, Lemoine was dropped and has been absorbed by the field. Nicolas Roche and Jan Bakelants are now trying to chase down Elmiger. The pair are a half-minute behind Elmiger and another half-minute in front of the peloton. They are on the third-category Côte de Choux with its 11% patch of gradient.

Km 150: Elmiger is first over the Côte de Choux with Roche and Bakelants just 10 seconds back. The pack is just 40 seconds behind Elmiger. Talansky is 17 minutes back.

The chasing pair have caught Elmiger. Jesus Herrada and Cyril Gautier have set off and are pursuing the lead trio. They are on the fourth-category Côte de Désertin. Herrada and Gautier have the lead trio in sight. The pack is just a half-minute back.

Km 152: The catch has been made. Now there are five off the front: Gautier (Europcar), Herrada (Movistar), Elmiger (IAM), Roche (Tinkoff) and Bakelants (OPQS). The pack chases at 32 seconds. Over the top, the break riders did not contest the KOM points as Elmiger led them over.

Cannondale led the pack over a half-minute later. Simon Gerrans, who has voiced ambitions for a stage win today, is near the front.

Km 168: Roche has taken off and the other escapees have been reeled in. Roche crests the third category Côte d'Échallon with just nine second's lead over the peloton. Michele Scarponi and José Serpa crashed, but both look to be back up.

The descent is very technical, which will play to Roche's advantage.

Nope. Tony Martin has dragged the field up to Roche. Martin leads with Nibali near the front. Looks like a small gap has formed because of Martin's pressure.

Km 174: Tony Gallopin is trying to get away on the descent. It looks like the peloton has come back together. Nope, there is still a split.

10 km to go: Sagan, Nibali are at the front. Sagan leads. Gallopin still has about 10 seconds. The riders are flying crazy-fast down the road. They are going 70 km/hr.

5 km to go: Tinkoff-Saxo's Michael Rogers leads the peloton. Gallopin has just a few seconds lead. Gallopin has been caught by Sagan, Rogers and Kwiatkowski. The quartet have formed a working break.

2.5 km to go: Gallopin goes again. He's got a gap that he might keep to the end.

Under the red kite: Gallopin looks back. He's got it! The Sagan group has been caught.

The finish: Gallopin has time to take both hands off the bars to salute the corwd. Just a few feet behind John Degenkold looks to have won the field sprint with a fantastic jump, coming from way back.

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Stage 11 map

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