Britain’s Chris Froome soloed to a remarkable stage 15 win on Bastille Day atop Mont Ventoux to extend his overall lead in the Tour de France. Team Sky’s Froome left his main rivals trembling in his wake to win the longest stage of the 2013 Tour ahead of Colombia’s Nairo Quintana (Movistar) and move more than four minutes clear at the top of the general classification. A grimace turning to a triumphant grin, Froome crossed the line atop the famous moonscape of Mont Ventoux one minute and 40 seconds ahead of his big rival Alberto Contador, who finished sixth in the wheel of Saxo-Tinkoff team-mate Roman Kreuziger, to secure his second victory of the Tour after claiming stage eight at Ax3 Domaines.
Video Highlights 14/07/2013: Givors – Mont Ventoux (242 km – Stage 15 – Tour de France 2013)
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