The Canadian Houle completes a breakaway in Foix, Vingegaardd continues to lead

the canadian Hugo Houle He won this Tuesday in the first Pyrenean stage of the Tour de France, after a long break with the arrival in Foix, ahead of the Frenchman Valentin Maudois, his teammates and compatriot Michael Woods and the American from Movistar. Matthew Jorgenson.

Houle, 31, a Team Israel cyclist, became the first Canadian to win in rounds since his current athletic director, Steve Bauer.

Danish Jonas Vingaard He retained the yellow jersey after crossing the finish line almost 6 minutes after the winner, in a group that also included second-placed Slovenian Tadej Pogacar, who repeatedly attacked him on the climb to the Col de Lers , the penultimate port of the day.

English Geraint Thomas retained the fourth position, but the Colombian Nairobi Quintanawho stayed with the best, improved one place by beating the French Romain Bardetwho couldn’t keep up with the leading group and was abandoned for more than 3 minutes.

The Colombian from Arkea is 4.15 from the leader and remains 1.32 from third.

The Spaniard Enrique Morewho attacked in the port of Lers, was finally rescued and lost almost 3 minutes with the best, which left him outside the top 10 of the general.

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