Stage 17: La Mure / Serre-Chevalier

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Overview

183km | Mountain

Climbers battling it out for the Yellow Jersey will have two more days to express themselves, to change the outcome or comfort a decent lead and gain precious time. Heading towards Serre-Chevalier, we will give them the most prestigious of what the Alps has to offer: the Col de la Croix de Fer and then the Galibier back after a 6-year absence, going up the Télégraphe. It's now up to them.

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Stage Results

Riders who scored points on Stage 17

Stage position
  • 1.
    ROGLIC Primoz 166 - Team LottoNL-Jumbo
    50
  • 2.
    URAN Rigoberto 188 - Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team
    40
  • 3.
    FROOME Christopher 1 - Team Sky
    32
  • 4.
    BARDET Romain 11 - AG2R La Mondiale
    24
  • 5.
    BARGUIL Warren 143 - Team Sunweb
    20
  • 6.
    LANDA Mikel 6 - Team Sky
    18
  • 7.
    MARTIN Daniel 105 - Quick-Step Floors
    16
  • 8.
    CONTADOR Alberto 31 - Trek - Segafredo
    14
  • 9.
    MEINTJES Louis 61 - UAE Team Emirates
    12
  • 10.
    ARU Fabio 51 - Astana Pro Team
    10
General classification
  • 1.
    FROOME Christopher 1 - Team Sky
    30
Sprinters
  • 1.
    MATTHEWS Michael 141 - Team Sunweb
    15
King of the Mountains
  • 1.
    BARGUIL Warren 143 - Team Sunweb
    15
Young rider
  • 1.
    YATES Simon 89 - ORICA - Scott
    15
Combative
  • 1.
    CONTADOR Alberto 31 - Trek - Segafredo
    30
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Top scoring riders on Stage 17

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