Lyon (AP) - The Dane Sören Kragh Andersen has won the 14th stage of the 107th Tour de France.
The 26-year-old from the German Sunweb team won on Saturday after 194 kilometers from Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon single-handedly ahead of Luka Mezgec from Slovenia and the Italian Simone Consonni.
In the overall standings everything stayed the same.
The Slovenian Primoz Roglic, wearing the yellow jersey, is still 44 seconds ahead of his compatriot Tadej Pogacar.
Third is 59 seconds behind the Colombian winner of the previous year, Egan Bernal.
On Sunday, the 15th stage with the mountain finish on the 1501 meter high Grand Colombier will be the next battle between the top stars.
On the 174.5-kilometer section that starts in Lyon, the climbing tour starts after a good 100 kilometers, when you first have to master the Montée de la Selle de Fromental and then the Col de la Biche, two climbs in the first category.
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