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Tour de France: Britain's Chris Froome wins Stage 15, remains in overall lead
Tour de France: Britain's Chris Froome wins Stage 15, remains in overall lead

As the Tour de France enters its second and final rest day Monday, five things to know: 1. ONE DAY, TWO JERSEYS: Chris Froome of Britain finished Sunday with the stage victory, the yellow jersey still on his back and an even bigger lead over his main rival, Alberto Contador. He also got a bonus: The red-and-white polka-dot jersey awarded to the top climber. Froome picked up enough points on the 13-mile ascent of Mont Ventoux to take it from Pierre Rolland of France, who started Stage 15 with it. Froome leads the climbing classification with 83 points, 17 more than Nairo Quintana of Colombia and 30 more than Mikel Nieve of Spain. Rolland dropped to fourth. Because Froome has the yellow...

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