Tour de France 2017/9. Stage - Tour de France 2016/9. Etappe

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Stage winner ColombiaColombia Rigoberto Urán (CDT) 5:07:22 h
2. FranceFrance Warren Barguil (SUN) + 0:00 min
3. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Froome (SKY) + 0:00 min
4. FranceFrance Romain Bardet (ALM) + 0:00 min
5. ItalyItaly Fabio Aru (AST) + 0:00 min
6. DenmarkDenmark Jakob Fuglsang (AST) + 0:00 min
7. New ZealandNew Zealand George Bennett (TLJ) + 1:15 min
8. SpainSpain Mikel Landa (SKY) + 1:15 min
9. IrelandIreland Daniel Martin (QST) + 1:15 min
10. ColombiaColombia Nairo Quintana (MOV) + 1:15 min
most combative driver FranceFrance Warren Barguil (SUN)
Intermediate results after the 9th stage
Overall rating United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Froome (SKY) 38:26:28 h
2. ItalyItaly Fabio Aru (AST) + 0:18 min
3. FranceFrance Romain Bardet (ALM) + 0:51 min
Scoring GermanyGermany Marcel Kittel (QST) 212 Pts.
2. AustraliaAustralia Michael Matthews (SUN) 160 Pts.
3. GermanyGermany André Greipel (LTS) 130 Pts.
Mountain scoring FranceFrance Warren Barguil (SUN) 60 Pts.
2. SloveniaSlovenia Primož Roglič (TLJ) 30 points
3. FranceFrance Alexis Vuillermoz (ALM) 27 points
Young talent evaluation United KingdomUnited Kingdom Simon Yates (ORS) 38:28:30 h
2. South AfricaSouth Africa Louis Meintjes (UAD) + 2:58 min
3. FranceFrance Pierre Latour (ALM) + 3:28 min
Team ranking United KingdomUnited Kingdom Team Sky 115:25:25 h
2. FranceFrance Ag2r La Mondiale + 7:12 min
3. KazakhstanKazakhstan Astana Pro Team + 26:17 min

The 9th stage of the Tour de France 2017 took place on July 9, 2017. It led over 181.5 kilometers from Nantua to Chambéry . There was an intermediate sprint in Massignieu-de-Rives after 126.5 kilometers as well as a mountain classification of the 4th, two mountain classifications of the 3rd, a mountain classification of the 2nd category and three mountain ratings of the "Hors Catégorie".

The stage winner was Rigoberto Urán in the sprint of a top group of six in the photo finish ahead of Warren Barguil . Barguil, who was part of a 40-man breakaway group that had formed after 3.5 kilometers, was caught 11 kilometers from the finish by Romain Bardet , who pulled away from the group of favorites on the final descent. Bardet was again overtaken by the pursuers two kilometers from the target. The sprint winner Uran was unable to change the gear ratio in the finals due to a defective circuit. Chris Froome defended his yellow jersey as third of the day . [1]

The stage was overshadowed by numerous falls as a result of which several riders had to give up the race, including co-favorite Richie Porte , who fell on the last descent and the winner of the first stage, Geraint Thomas . [1] Seven drivers were taken out of the race because the waiting period was exceeded , including the winner of the 4th stage Arnaud Démare with three team helpers who tried in vain to keep him from being eliminated. [2] A total of twelve drivers retired. In addition, Rafał Majka came on the next day , who finished the stage after a fall, but closedtenth stage no longer started. [3]

Scoring

Intermediate sprint
in Massignieu-de-Rives
after 126.5 km to 279 m
1. AustraliaAustralia Michael Matthews (SUN) 20 points
2. BelgiumBelgium Jan Bakelants (ALM) 17 Pts.
3. FranceFrance Tony Gallopin (LTS) 15 points
4. GermanyGermany Simon Geschke (SUN) 13 points
5. BelgiumBelgium Tiesj Benoot (LTS) 11 points
6. SloveniaSlovenia Primož Roglič (TLJ) 10 points
7. NetherlandsNetherlands Bauke Mollema (TFS) 9 points
8. FranceFrance Warren Barguil (SUN) 8 points
9. SpainSpain Daniel Navarro (COF) 7 points
10. ColombiaColombia Jarlinson Pantano (TFS) 6 points
11. FranceFrance Alexis Vuillermoz (ALM) 5 points
12. ColombiaColombia Carlos Betancur (MOV) 4 points
13. PolandPoland Michał Kwiatkowski (SKY) 3 points
14. ColombiaColombia Sergio Henao (SKY) 2 points
15. SpainSpain Mikel Landa (SKY) 1 point
Stage finish
in Chambéry
after 181.5 km at 175 m
1. ColombiaColombia Rigoberto Urán (CDT) 20 points
2. FranceFrance Warren Barguil (ALM) 17 Pts.
3. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Froome (SKY) 15 points
4. FranceFrance Romain Bardet (ALM) 13 points
5. ItalyItaly Fabio Aru (AST) 11 points
6. DenmarkDenmark Jakob Fuglsang (AST) 10 points
7. United KingdomUnited Kingdom George Bennett (TLJ) 9 points
8. SpainSpain Mikel Landa (SKY) 8 points
9. IrelandIreland Daniel Martin (QST) 7 points
10. ColombiaColombia Nairo Quintana (MOV) 6 points
11. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Simon Yates (ORS) 5 points
12. BelgiumBelgium Tiesj Benoot (LTS) 4 points
13. SpainSpain Mikel Nieve (SKY) 3 points
14. South AfricaSouth Africa Louis Meintjes (UAD) 2 points
15. FranceFrance Pierre Latour (ALM) 1 point

Mountain ratings

Côte des Neyrolles
Category 2
after 3.5 km at 825 m
3.2 km at 7.2%
1. FranceFrance Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) 5 points
2. BelgiumBelgium Tim Wellens (LTS) 3 points
3. NetherlandsNetherlands Bauke Mollema (TFS) 2 points
4. FranceFrance Warren Barguil (SUN) 1 point
Col de Bérentin
Category 3
after 11 km at 1144 m
4.1 km at 6.1%
1. FranceFrance Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) 2 points
2. BelgiumBelgium Thomas De Gendt (LTS) 1 point
Côte de Franclens
Category 3
after 38 km on 484 m
2.4 km at 6%
1. BelgiumBelgium Thomas De Gendt (LTS) 2 points
2. KazakhstanKazakhstan Alexei Luzenko (AST) 1 point
Col de la Biche (Croix de Famban)
Category HC
after 67.5 km at 1316 m
10.5 km at 9%
1. SloveniaSlovenia Primož Roglič (LTS) 20 points
2. FranceFrance Alexis Vuillermoz (ALM) 15 points
3. FranceFrance Warren Barguil (SUN) 12 points
4. FranceFrance Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) 10 points
5. NetherlandsNetherlands Bauke Mollema (TFS) 8 points
6. FranceFrance Brice Feillu (TFS) 6 points
7. BelgiumBelgium Jan Bakelants (ALM) 4 points
8. SpainSpain Jesus Herrada (MOV) 2 points
Grand Colombier
category HC
after 91 km at 1501 m
8.5 km at 9.9%
1. FranceFrance Warren Barguil (SUN) 20 points
2. BelgiumBelgium Tiesj Benoot (LTS) 15 points
3. FranceFrance Alexis Vuillermoz (ALM) 12 points
4. SloveniaSlovenia Primož Roglič (LTS) 10 points
5. NetherlandsNetherlands Bauke Mollema (TFS) 8 points
6. ColombiaColombia Jarlinson Pantano (TFS) 6 points
7. SpainSpain Daniel Navarro (COF) 4 points
8. AustraliaAustralia Michael Matthews (SUN) 2 points
Côte de Jongieux
Category 4
after 134 km on 414 m
3.9 km at 4.2%
1. BelgiumBelgium Jan Bakelants (ALM) 1 point
Mont du Chat
category HC
after 155.5 km at 1504 m
8.7 km at 10.3%
1. FranceFrance Warren Barguil (SUN) 20 points
2. IrelandIreland Daniel Martin (QST) 15 points
3. DenmarkDenmark Jakob Fuglsang (AST) 12 points
4. United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Froome (SKY) 10 points
5. AustraliaAustralia Richie Porte (BMC) 8 points
6. FranceFrance Romain Bardet (ALM) 6 points
7. ItalyItaly Fabio Aru (AST) 4 points
8. ColombiaColombia Rigoberto Urán (CDT) 2 points

tasks

  • NetherlandsNetherlands Robert Gesink (TLJ): Task during the stage, after a fall.
  • ItalyItaly Manuele Mori (UAD): retired during the stage after a fall.
  • United KingdomUnited Kingdom Geraint Thomas (SKY): Task during the stage, after a fall.
  • AustraliaAustralia Richie Porte (BMC): Task during the stage, after a fall.
  • NetherlandsNetherlands Jos van Emden (TLJ): Task during the stage, after a fall.

Grace period exceeded

Individual evidence

  1. a b Uranium with a walk to victory, Barguil cheers too early. radsport-news.com, July 9, 2017, accessed July 13, 2017 .
  2. FDJ helpers do not let Démare down: four men out of the tour. radsport-news.com, July 9, 2017, accessed July 13, 2017 .
  3. Bora captain Majka has to leave the tour. radsport-news.com, July 10, 2017, accessed on July 13, 2017 .

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