Thibaut Pinot, the youngest rider in the race, claimed a huge scalp for his FDJ-Bigmat's team by winning stage eight of the Tour de France as Bradley Wiggins held onto the yellow jersey in Porrentruy. The 22-year-old Frenchman was urged every inch of the way by Directeur Sportif Marc Madiot after making his decisive break over the final climb of the day - the first category Col de la Croix. The group of favourites were led over the line by Cadel Evans (BMC), 26 seconds behind Pinot. Wiggins (Sky) retains the yellow jersey having held off an attack on the descent by Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) and a late surge by Evans to finish on the same time as his nearest rivals.
Video Highlights 08/07/2012: Belfort - Porrentruy (154 km - Stage 8 - Tour de France 2012)
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