Britain’s Chris Froome (wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey), Australia’s Richie Porte (in red and black), Colombia’s Nairo Quintana (second from right) and Italy’s Fabio Aru (far right) climbed toward Mont du Chat pass during the ninth stage of the Tour de France on Sunday.
Britain’s Chris Froome (wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey), Australia’s Richie Porte (in red and black), Colombia’s Nairo Quintana (second from right) and Italy’s Fabio Aru (far right) climbed toward Mont du Chat pass during the ninth stage of the Tour de France on Sunday. Christophe Ena The Associated Press
Britain’s Chris Froome (wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey), Australia’s Richie Porte (in red and black), Colombia’s Nairo Quintana (second from right) and Italy’s Fabio Aru (far right) climbed toward Mont du Chat pass during the ninth stage of the Tour de France on Sunday. Christophe Ena The Associated Press

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July 09, 2017 8:06 PM