The two-horse sprint of Dani Martinez and Lennard Kamna near the finish line 13 of the Tour de France 2020 bike race is no different from the slow-motion video due to both exhaustion.
Primoz Roglic continues to keep the yellow shirt after 13 races of Tour de France 2020. Even the gap between him and defending champion Egan Bernal widens. Meanwhile, Dani Martinez won the Tour de France for the first time in his career when the team conquered the top of Puy Mary.
During the sprint near the finish line, Lennard Kamna tried to speed past Dani Martinez but was quickly captured. After that, both were slow to finish due to exhaustion with a time difference of more than 6 minutes compared to the group of yellow shirt candidates.
Thanks to the quick split with his best friend, Slovenian Tadej Pogacar, Roglic was 38 seconds faster than Bernal after a 191.5 km route from Chatel-Guyon.
Roglic with compatriot Pogacar made an excellent breakthrough
Increasing the gap helps Jumbo-Visma’s Roglic keep his yellow shirt lighter due to 44 seconds more than Pogacar, who took 81 seconds due to the wind in the 7th leg. Defending champion Bernal was pushed to third place for 59 seconds behind and gave Pogacar the best young racers shirt.
Dani Martinez slowly reached the finish line against Lennard Kamna
Interestingly, before the start of the 13th leg, the gap for the Top 10 was recorded as the tightest since the 1947 Tour de France, but the last pass changed everything.
French racers Guillaume Martin and Romain Bardet, which started in third and fourth place, both popped out of the Top 10. By contrast, the Colombians made a spectacular break with Rigoberto Uran, Nairo Quintana, and Miguel Angel Lopez taking up the remaining spots in the Top 6.
Once holding the yellow shirt a few days ago, Adam Yates ranked 7th, 1 minute 42 seconds behind the yellow shirt.
Results of the 14th race of the Tour de France
In the last 10 km of the 14th leg of the Tour de France 2020 bicycle race, the riders took turns leading until Soren Kragh Andersen took the lead.
In the 10 kilometers of the 14th Tour de France 2020 in Lyon, the leading position has changed hands several times. Sunweb’s Denmark driver Soren Kragh Andersen made a superb strike to the near lead.
Primoz Roglic still kept the yellow shirt on the lack of drama day. His Slovenian compatriot Luka Mezgec finished second, and Simon Consonni was third.