Froome hurried in the hills to Tour another lead, Kreuziger lost

The winner of the challenging 17th stage of the Tour de France was the Russian cyclist Ilnur Zakarin from the Katyusha stable and celebrated the first triumph of his first start at the “Old Lady”. A yellow jersey of 184.5 kilometers from Bern to Finhaut-Emosson with an eye-catcher retained Chris Chris Froome, who raised the lead in the lead for almost two and a half minutes. Czech driver Roman Kreuziger did not keep up with the main group of favorites, but he is still eleventh in the standings, the leader loses seven minutes and three seconds.

Twenty-six-year-old Zakarin stood for about six miles Other fugitives and arrived at the finish with an almost minute lead ahead of the second Colombian Jarlinson Pantan.Half finished Rafal Majka, a Polar, who came close to winning the championship.

Froome and Australian Ritchie Porte reached the goal with an eight-minute loss on the winner as the best of the top ten consecutive rankings. This led to Sky Leader Increased Leader Behind the Second Dutchman by Bauk Mollem for another 40 seconds. “Before the finish I was again unable to keep the rhythm of the best racers, and I had to slow down a bit, but in the last two kilometers I found my Rhythm and I jumped quite a lot of people.I think a lot of people paid a high tax and began to lose while I was starting to talk, “he said.” It is definitely unpleasant to have lost some time, but I still believe in Elite tenth because I finished today with a good feeling, “added the Czech rider, whose maximum and the best Czech result for the Tour is the fifth place in 2013.

On Thursday, this year’s second time trial from Sallanches To Megève, measuring only 17 km, but practically all leads uphill, starting at an altitude of 560 meters above sea level, the highest point is 659 higher.

Cycling stage Tour de France – 17. Stage: Bern – Finhaut-Emosson (184,5 km):
1. Zakarin (Russian / Catalyst) 4:36:33, 2. Pantano (Col./IAM) .Majka (Pol./Tinkoff) -1: 26, 4. Durask (Chorv./Lampre) -1: 32, 5. Feillu (Fr./Fortuneo) -2: 33, 6. Voeckler (Fr./Direct Energie) -2: 46, 7. Morzito (Swiss / FDJ) -4: 38, 10. Porte (It./AG2R) -2: 50, 8. Clement (Niz./IAM) (Austr./BMC) -7: 59,…23. Kreuziger (Czech Republic / Tinkoff) -9: 38, 65. Bárta (Czech Republic / Bora-Argon) -26: 15, 119. Vakoč (ČR / Etixx-Quick-Step) Running order:
1. Froome 77:25:10 2. Mollema (Niz./Trek-Segafredo) -2: 27 3. Yates (Brit. / Orica) -2: 53 4. Quintana (Kol./ Movistar -3: 27, 5. Bardet (Fr./AG2R) -4: 15, 6. Porte -4: 27, 7. Valverde (Spain / Movistar) -5: 19, 8. Aru (It./ Astana) -5: 35, 9. Martin (Ir./Etixx-Quick-Step) -5: 50, 10. Meintjes (JAR / Lampre) -6: 07, 11. Kreuziger -7: 03, . Bárta -2: 28: 14, 123. Vakoč -3: 00: 59.