2014 Tour de France – Stage 11 – Tony Gallopin of France wins the stage after breakaway, Andrew Talansky suffers off the back
Stage 11 – Tony Gallopin of France beats the peloton to the line after solo breakaway; suffering from earlier crashes, American Andrew Talansky struggles to beat the time cutoff.
Stage 10 – Former champion Alberto Contador breaks his leg and bike in high speed crash, Vincenzo Nibali attacks on final climb to win the stage and take back the yellow jersey.
Stage 9 – Breakaways rule the day, Tony Martin wins the stage, Frenchman Tony Gallopin takes the lead; will wear yellow on Bastille day
Stage 8 – Blel Kadri of France got his first stage win after breaking away on the day’s first climb.
Stage 7 – Italy’s Matteo Trentin takes the stage win in a photo finish ahead of Slovakia’s Peter Sagan.
Stage 6 – Wet weather continues to plague the tour, Vincenzo Nibali retains the yellow jersey, Germany’s Andre Greipel sprints to the stage win.
Stage 5 – Rain and cobbles take their toll. Netherland’s Lars Boom takes the stage win. Defending champion Christopher Froome crashes twice on wet pavement, abandons Tour
Stage 4 – Marcel Kittel wins again. Defending champion Christopher Froome injured in crash.
Stage 3 – Germany’s Marcel Kittel wins second stage in sprint.
Stage 2 – Astana team rider Vincenzo Nibali of Italy wins the stage, takes the yellow jersey.
Stage 1- Britain’s Mark Cavendish crashes near the finish line, abandons tour.