The Pyrenees and short and intense stage with three climbs and a fast descent to the finish. Hard Lavaur: the Vent d’autan? The tramontane? No, the Bora got up instead. The German team exploited the uphill start to leave rival sprinters tasting their breakfast a second time. At first it looked like they’d drive the
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