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Julian Alaphilippe of Team Quick-Step climbed brilliantly to secure victory in Stage 10 of the Tour de France, as the race hit the Alps for the first time.

An emotional Alaphilippe took the first Tour stage win of his career ahead of Spain’s Jon Izaguirre Insausti.

Belgium’s Greg van Avermaet finished fourth to extend his overall lead.

Briton Geraint Thomas is now two minutes behind in the general classification, while four-time winner Chris Froome and Adam Yates trail by a further minute.

Overall leader Greg Van Avermaet was part of the breakaway group for large parts of the stage and finished just under two minutes behind Alaphilippe to retain the yellow jersey.

LE GRAND BORNAND, France (Reuters) – French rider Julian Alaphilippe climbed impressively to win the 10th stage of the Tour de France on Tuesday, a 158.5-kilometre ride from Annecy to Le Grand Bornand.

Team Sky riders Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas remained in the peleton for the duration of the stage and are now over two minutes behind Van Avermaet in General Classification.

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It was the first stage victory by a home rider at this year’s Tour, and Alaphilippe crossed the line to an exuberant reception from the French fans.

Belgium’s Greg Van Avermaet was part of the breakaway group and finished fourth to maintain his grip on the yellow jersey

As the tour headed to the mountains for the first time following yesterday’s rest day, a group of 21 riders including Van Avermaet broke early from the peleton.

ROUBAIX, France — Mouth gaping, his huge body bent over the bike, Tim Declercq is doing the dirtiest job at the world’s most prestigious cycling race.

The 29-year-old Belgian cyclist is riding at the front of the pack, his 1.90-meter (6.2-feet) frame taking the full brunt of headwinds, mile after long mile, day after day at the Tour de France.

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The Belgian rider was joined in the lead by fellow General Classification contender Philippe Gilbert and green jersey leader Peter Sagan but Team Sky riders Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome remained behind.

The 158.5 km stage from Annecy to Le Grand-Bornard featured three category one climbs, including two in the final 30 km.

ROUBAIX, France — Mouth gaping, his huge body bent over the bike, Tim Declercq is doing the dirtiest job at the world’s most prestigious cycling race.

The 29-year-old Belgian cyclist is riding at the front of the pack, his 1.90-meter (6.2-feet) frame taking the full brunt of headwinds, mile after long mile, day after day at the Tour de France.

And he is loving every moment.

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