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How did Cavendish do in Stage 17?

How did Cavendish do in Stage 17?

Cavendish survives another time cut Mark Cavendish made it comfortably inside the time cut for stage 17 on the top of the Col du Portet, as he stays in the race and continues to look good at having a shot at breaking the stage winners record when the roads flatten again.

Who won stage 17?

Santiago Buitrago
Santiago Buitrago takes emotional win at Giro d’Italia stage 17 as Richard Carapaz defends overall lead – Results. The 22-year-old Colombian from the Bahrain-Victorious team powered past Mathieu van der Poel and Gijs Leemreize on the final climb to claim his first victory in a Grand Tour.

Who came second in the Tour de France 2012?

Chris Froome
2012 Tour de France

Winner Bradley Wiggins ( GBR ) (Team Sky)
Second Chris Froome ( GBR ) (Team Sky)
Third Vincenzo Nibali ( ITA ) (Liquigas–Cannondale)
Points Peter Sagan ( SVK ) (Liquigas–Cannondale)
Mountains Thomas Voeckler ( FRA ) (Team Europcar)

Who won the 15th stage of the Tour de France?

Sepp Kuss
Tour de France Stage 15 Results Sepp Kuss added his name to the list of Tour de France stage winners as he attacked his way to victory during Sunday’s difficult day in the Pyrenees.

Has Mark Cavendish lost his points?

Mark Cavendish was docked enough green jersey points to lose his lead in the points classification with one stage remaining in the Tour of Oman after violating UCI guidelines. Cavendish was fined 300 Swiss francs and lost nine points after he pushed off a race vehicle during stage 5.

Did Cavendish make the time cutoff?

Cavendish beats time cut at Tour de France as Démare, Coquard miss out. Green jersey holder Mark Cavendish (Deceuninck-QuickStep) was among the last men to make the time cut on a brutally hard stage 9 of the Tour de France in the Alps on Sunday, finishing with three teammates just 1:32 ahead of the 37:20 cut-off point.

Did cavendish finish stage 17?

The British rider, who has already won four stages in this year’s race, and has drawn level with Eddy Merckx for the all-time record of 34 stage wins, finished stage 17 from Muret to the Col du Portet over half an hour down on the winner but a full five minutes inside the time-cut.

Who won Tour de France most times?

Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault, and Miguel Indurain, have won the most Tours with five each. Indurain is the only man to win five consecutive Tours.

Did Cavendish get cut-off stage 15?

Britain’s Mark Cavendish rolled over the line with just under nine minutes to spare from the cut-off time and will retain the green jersey as the points classification leader when the race resumes after Monday’s rest day.

Has an American ever won the Tour de France?

Greg LeMond, in full Gregory James LeMond, (born June 26, 1961, Lakewood, California, U.S.), American bicycle racer who was the first non-European rider to win the Tour de France, the most celebrated and challenging event in cycling.