Britain's Mark Cavendish proved he can win without a lead-out train by outsprinting Andre Greipel to take stage two of the Tour de France in the Belgian town of Tournai. An exciting finale saw the world champion from Team Sky come from behind to pip Germany's Greipel of Lotto-Belisol, with another former HTC rider – Australian Matt Goss (Orica-GreenEdge) – settling for third place. It was Cavendish's 21st career win on the Tour – but his first outside France. The 26-year-old Manxman is now just one victory shy of Lance Armstrong's tally of 22 wins on the world's greatest cycling race.
Video Highlights 02/07/2012: Visé - Tournai (207 km - Stage 2 - Tour de France 2012)
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