Pantano in the 15th stage of the Tour overpassed Majka, Froome leads on

Colombier Jarlinson Pantano has won the 15th Cycle Tour de France. Life success and premiere triumph in the Grand Tour races was won by a twenty-seven-year-old rider in Culoz’s leading duo, defeating Polak Rafal Majka.

“I’ve dreamed of it all my life Happy, “said Pantano, who had made Majk in the last descent before the finish. “Majka has already won some tournaments, so I was careful.But I had a good feeling, and I knew that if I did, I would have a good chance of winning, “he commented in a final match with Vuelta last year’s third man who had already won three rounds of the Tour de France and won a top race last year. >

Even after one of the toughest stages of this year, when the peloton had to climb six climbs in the Alps, the yellow jersey led British double winner Chris Froome with a lead of 1:47 minutes before Bauk Moll of the Netherlands. > Froome watched sporadic attempts to start rivals from Italy’s Fabio Arua, Alejandro Valverde from Spain or Frenchman Roma Bardet. “We were in the forefront all day.The team went fantastic and we are glad that it was so smooth today, “Sky team leader said.

Froome has arrived at the 160 km long stage with a loss of over three minutes in a group with all the favorites. Roman Kreuziger, who is still in the eleventh position, lost only the American Tejay van Garderen, who dropped from sixth to eighth.

“It was a very challenging stage because it was 160 miles . I felt good, I was there with the best, which was important, and I hope it will be like this in the last week, “said Kreuziger.

On Monday, a 209-kilometer long Starting at Moirans-en-Montagne and aiming at Bern in Switzerland.

Cycling Tour de France – 15th.Stage: Bourg-en-Bresse – Culoz (160 km):
1. Pantano (Col./IAM) 4:24:49, 2. Majka (Pol./Tinkoff) the same time, 3. Vuillermoz (Fr./AG2R), 4. Reichenbach (Swiss / FDJ) both -6, 5. Alaphilippe (Fr./Etixx-Quick-Step) -22, 6. Pauwels (Belgium / Dimension Data), 7. Rolland (Fr./Cannondale) both -25, 8. Zakarin (Russian / Kathusha), 9. Navarro (Sp. / Cofidis) both -1: 30, 10. Slagter (Niz./Cannondale) -2: 08,…19. Kreuziger (Czech Republic / Tinkoff) -3: 07, 72. Bárta (Czech Republic / Bora Argon) -21: 03, 111. Vakoč (CZ / Etixx-Quick-Step) -26: 32.

strong> Running order:
1. Froome (Brit./Sky) 68:14:36, 2. Mollema (Niz./Trek-Segafredo) -1: 47, 3. Yates (Brit./Orica) -2: 45, 4. Quintana (Kol./ Movistar) -2: 59, 5. Valverde (Sp. / Movistar) -3: 17, 6. Bardet (Fr./AG2R) -4: 04, 7. Porte (Austr./BMC) Van Garderen (USA / BMC) -4: 47, 9.Martin (Ir./Etixx-Quick-Step) -5: 03, 10. Aru (It./Astana) -5: 16, 11. Kreuziger -5: 24,…95. Bárta -2: 08: 59, 134. Vakoč -2: 35: 08.