Tour de France: Stage 10 and 11

Thomas Voeckler holds the Yellow Jersey, following Stage 11 (Wednesday 13th) of the Tour de France.

1 VOECKLER Thomas 181 TEAM EUROPCAR  FRA   45h 52’39” +00’00”

2 SANCHEZ Luis-Leon 47 RABOBANK CYCLING TEAM   ESP  45h 54’28” +01’49”

3 EVANS Cadel 141 BMC RACING TEAM   AUS  45h 55’05” +02’26”

4 SCHLECK Frank 18 TEAM LEOPARD-TREK   LUX  45h 55’08” +02’29”

5 SCHLECK Andy 11 TEAM LEOPARD-TREK   LUX  45h 55′ 16″ +02’37”

6 MARTIN Tony 175 HTC – HIGHROAD   GER  45h 55’17” +02’38”

7 VELITS Peter 179 HTC – HIGHROAD   SVK  45h 55’17” +02’38”

8 KLÖDEN Andréas 74 TEAM RADIOSHACK  GER  45h 55’22” +02’43”

9 GILBERT Philippe 32 OMEGA PHARMA – LOTTO  BEL  45h 55’34” +02’55”

10 FUGLSANG Jakob 13 TEAM LEOPARD-TREK  DEN  45h 55’47” +03’08”

Green Jersey:  CAVENDISH Mark 171 HTC – HIGHROAD  GBR  251 points

Polka Dot Jersey:  HOOGERLAND Johnny VACANSOLEIL-DCM  NED  22 points

White Jersey: GESINK Robert  NED  45h 56’40”

Team Competition: TEAM EUROPCAR  136h 55′ 55″

Stage 10

German Andre Greipel beat his former HTC team-mate Mark Cavendish, as the Omega Pharma-Lotto rider pipped him to the line.  Cavendish looked to have the won the stage with a mere 20 metres to go, but Andre Greipel just sneaked it in a bunch sprint.

Stage 10 result:

1. Andre Greipel (Omega Pharma) 3h 31′ 21″

2. Mark Cavendish (HTC-Highroad) +0’0″

3. Jose Joaquin Rojas (Movistar) +0’0″

4. Thor Hushovd (Garmin-Cervelo) +0’0″

5. Romain Feillu (Vacansoleil) +0’0″

6. Daniel Oss (Liquigas) +0’0″

7. Sebastien Hinault (AG2R) +0’0″

8. Borut Bozic (Vacansoleil) +0’0″

9. Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) +0’0″

10. Samuel Dumoulin (Cofidis) +0’0″

Stage 11 result:

In a rain soaked Lavaur, Mark Cavendish and Andre Greipel’s positions were reversed on Stage 11, as the British rider stormed to his 18th Tour stage win to claim the green jersey. just ahead of the bigPyreneesmountain tests.

Stage 11 result:

Mark Cavendish wins Stage 11 in Lavaur

1. Mark Cavendish (HTC-Highroad)  3h 46′ 07″

2. Andre Greipel (Omega Pharma-Lotto) +0’0″

3. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Cervelo) +0’0″

4. Denis Galimzyanov (Katusha) +0’0″

5. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team Sky) +0’0″

6. Romain Feillu (Vacansoleil) +0’0″

7. Jose Joaquin Rojas (Movistar) +0’0″

8. Sebastien Turgot (Europcar) +0’0″

9. Francisco Ventoso (Movistar) +0’0″

10. William Bonnet (FDJ) +0’0″

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