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Vincenzo Nibali extends Tour de France lead with second in Stage 14
Vincenzo Nibali extends Tour de France lead with second in Stage 14

Rafal Majka of Poland won the 14th stage of the Tour de France — a second day of punishing Alpine climbs and over the highest point on the race circuit — as Vincenzo Nibali again extended his overall lead by finishing second on Saturday. Majka led a breakaway on the final climb in the 110-mile roller-coaster course over two infamous climbs, including the 7,742-foot Izoard pass, and a finish up to Risoul ski station. The one-two result was the flip of Friday's entree into the Alps: Nibali won and Majka was second. Majka's victory was the first on this Tour by his Tinkoff-Saxo Bank team, which lost main leader Alberto Contador when he crashed out injured on Stage...

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