Tour de France 2017/5. Stage - Tour de France 2017/5. Etappe

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Stage winner ItalyItaly Fabio Aru (AST) 03:4:06 h
2. IrelandIreland Daniel Martin (QST) + 0:16 min
3. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Froome (SKY) + 0:20 min
4. AustraliaAustralia Richie Porte (BMC) + 0:20 min
5. FranceFrance Romain Bardet (ALM) + 0:24 min
6. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Simon Yates (ORS) + 0:26 min
7. ColombiaColombia Rigoberto Urán (CDT) + 0:26 min
8. SpainSpain Alberto Contador (TFS) + 0:26 min
9. ColombiaColombia Nairo Quintana (MOV) + 0:34 min
10. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Geraint Thomas (SKY) + 0:40 min
most combative driver BelgiumBelgium Philippe Gilbert (QST)
Intermediate results after the 5th stage
Overall rating United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Froome (SKY) 18:38:59 h
2. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Geraint Thomas (SKY) + 0:12 min
3. ItalyItaly Fabio Aru (AST) + 0:14 min
Scoring FranceFrance Arnaud Démare (FDJ) 127 Pts.
2. GermanyGermany Marcel Kittel (SUN) 87 Pts.
3. AustraliaAustralia Michael Matthews (TNK) 73 Pts.
Mountain scoring ItalyItaly Fabio Aru (AST) 10 points
2. IrelandIreland Daniel Martin (QST) 8 points
3. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Froome (SKY) 6 points
Young talent evaluation United KingdomUnited Kingdom Simon Yates (ORS) 18:39:42 h
2. FranceFrance Pierre Latour (ALM) + 0:24 min
3. South AfricaSouth Africa Louis Meintjes (UAD) + 0:41 min
Team ranking United KingdomUnited Kingdom Team Sky 12:42:28 h
2. United StatesUnited States BMC Racing Team + 1:59 min
3. FranceFrance Ag2r La Mondiale + 3:21 min

The 5th stage of the Tour de France 2017 took place on July 5th, 2017. It led over 160.5 kilometers from Vittel to the Planche des Belles Filles . There was an intermediate sprint in Faucogney after 102.5 kilometers as well as a mountain classification in the 3rd and 1st category.

Immediately after the start, an escape group of eight formed: Jan Bakelants (ALM), Mickaël Delage (FDJ), Edvald Boasson Hagen (DDD), Philippe Gilbert (QST), Thomas De Gendt (LTS), Thomas Voeckler (DEN), Dylan van Baarle (CDT) and Pierre-Luc Périchon (TFO). Tsgabu Grmay (TBM) tried a few minutes later with a counterattack to reach the escape group, but failed and was caught up again by the peloton. The leading group quickly gained a lead of around 3:40 minutes thanks to the teamwork of the BMC Racing Teamthen slowly began to fall. A few kilometers before the beginning of the final ascent, Gilbert attacked from the top group, only Bakelants could follow him. Behind them chased the peloton where Team Sky had taken over the work. After Gilbert and Bakelants had been overtaken 4 kilometers from the finish and many drivers had lost touch on the climb, a leading group of several people, including Simon Yates (ORS), Richie Porte (BMC), Daniel Martin (QST), Nairo Quintana ( MOV), Romain Bardet (ALM), Alberto Contador (TSF), Fabio Aru (AST) and Chris Froome(SKY) formed. Fabio Aru attacked 2.3 km from the finish and won the mountain finish as a soloist with 16 seconds ahead of Martin and 20 on Froome and Porte. [1]

Froome took over the yellow jersey from his team mate Geraint Thomas, who lost 40 seconds in tenth place. Aru took the lead in the mountain classification, Simon Yates the white jersey . Philippe Gilbert was named the most combative driver of the stage. In the points classification for the green jersey, Arnaud Démare (FDJ) remained in the lead. The leading team after the stage was still Team Sky around Chris Froome.

Scoring

Intermediate sprint
in Faucogney
after 102.5 km at 360 m
1. NorwayNorway Edvald Boasson Hagen (DDD) 20 points
2. BelgiumBelgium Philippe Gilbert (QST) 17 Pts.
3. BelgiumBelgium Thomas De Gendt (LTS) 15 points
4. FranceFrance Mickaël Delage (FDJ) 13 points
5. BelgiumBelgium Jan Bakelants (ALM) 11 points
6. FranceFrance Pierre-Luc Périchon (TFO) 10 points
7. NetherlandsNetherlands Dylan van Baarle (CDT) 9 points
8. FranceFrance Thomas Voeckler (DEN) 8 points
9. AustraliaAustralia Michael Matthews (SUN) 7 points
10. GermanyGermany Marcel Kittel (QST) 6 points
11. NorwayNorway Alexander Kristoff (KAT) 5 points
12. GermanyGermany Rick Zabel (KAT) 4 points
13. FranceFrance Arnaud Démare (FDJ) 3 points
14. ItalyItaly Sonny Colbrelli (TBM) 2 points
15. NetherlandsNetherlands Jos van Emden (TLJ) 1 point
Stage goal
in Planche des Belles Filles
after 160.5 km at 1035 m
1. ItalyItaly Fabio Aru (AST) 30 points
2. IrelandIreland Daniel Martin (QST) 25 points
3. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Froome (SKY) 22 points
4. AustraliaAustralia Richie Porte (BMC) 19 Pts.
5. FranceFrance Romain Bardet (ALM) 17 Pts.
6. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Simon Yates (ORS) 15 points
7. ColombiaColombia Rigoberto Urán (CDT) 13 points
8. SpainSpain Alberto Contador (TFS) 11 points
9. ColombiaColombia Nairo Quintana (MOV) 9 points
10. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Geraint Thomas (SKY) 7 points
11. South AfricaSouth Africa Louis Meintjes (UAD) 6 points
12. PolandPoland Rafał Majka (BOH) 5 points
13. IrelandIreland Nicolas Roche (BMC) 4 points
14. New ZealandNew Zealand George Bennett (TLJ) 3 points
15. SpainSpain Mikel Landa (SKY) 2 points

Mountain ratings

Côte d'Esmoulières
Category 3
after 107.5 km at 573 m
2.3 km at 8.0%
1. BelgiumBelgium Jan Bakelants (ALM) 2 points
2. FranceFrance Pierre-Luc Périchon (TFO) 1 point
Planche des Belles Filles
Category 1
after 160.5 km on 1035 m
5.9 km at 8.5%
1. ItalyItaly Fabio Aru (AST) 10 points
2. IrelandIreland Daniel Martin (QST) 8 points
3. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Froome (SKY) 6 points
4. AustraliaAustralia Richie Porte (BMC) 4 points
5. FranceFrance Romain Bardet (ALM) 2 points
6. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Simon Yates (ORS) 1 point

tasks

  • United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mark Cavendish (DDD): after falling in the last stage, not at the start

Weblinks

Commons : 5th stage of the Tour de France 2017 - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Aru follows in Nibali's footsteps in the championship jersey, Froome in yellow. radsport-news.com, July 5, 2017, accessed July 12, 2017 .