Slovakian rider Peter Sagan on Monday won Stage 16 of the 2016 Tour de France, a 209 kilometer (130 mile) run from Moirans enMontagne in France to Berne, Switzerland.
The Tinkoff rider crossed the line in 4 hours, 26 minutes, 2 seconds, marking his 3rd individual career stage win in this year's Tour.
He was followed by Norwegians Alexander Kristoff (Team Katusha) and Sondre Holst Enger (IAM cycling).
The top three positions in the general classification remained unchanged from Sunday.
Briton Chris Froome (Team Sky) kept the yellow jersey after Stage 16, retaining the lead in the overall classifications
Dutch rider Bauke Mollema (TrekSegafredo) ranked second place, 0:01:47 behind the leader.
Briton, Adam Yates (OricaBikeexchange) ranked third place, 0:02:45 behind Froome.