Julian Alaphilippe is no longer the leader of the Tour de France, after the French superstar was handed a time penalty for taking an illegal feed on stage five – we want to hear your thoughts on the incident.
The Irishman taking the green jersey was overshadowed losing the yellow after receiving a time penalty
A win for mountain domestique Wout van Aert and some bizarre behaviour in the bunch – don’t miss these moments
Yates becomes the ninth British rider to wear the yellow jersey
Wout van Aert said stage four of the Tour de France was “maybe the most easy stage I’ve ever ridden,” as he won the day from a bunch sprint.
Julian Alaphilippe lost his Tour de France yellow jersey on stage four after being handed a time penalty.
The Belgian made it two in two for Jumbo-Visma after outsprinting Cees Bol to the line
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