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Tour de France results: Who won Stage 13, who leads overall standings

We break down the results from Stage 13 on Friday.

109th Tour de France 2022 - Stage 13
Mads Pedersen of Denmark and Team Trek - Segafredo, Fred Wright of United Kingdom and Team Bahrain Victorious and Hugo Houle of Canada and Team Israel - Premier Tech compete in the breakaway while fans cheer during the 109th Tour de France 2022, Stage 13 a 192,6km stage from Le Bourg d’Oisans to Saint-Etienne 488m / #TDF2022 / #WorldTour / on July 15, 2022 in Saint-Etienne, France.
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Former world champion Mads Pedersen won his first stage ever at the Tour de France as part of a three-man breakaway on the 192.6 km trip from Le Bourg d’Oisans to Saint-Étienne on Friday. The flat stage follows several days of rides through the Alps, and recovery of energy was the order of the day for most of the field.

The peloton elected to allow a six-man breakaway to stay in front, and Pedersen made a move from that group with about 15 km remaining. He was joined by Fred Wright and Hugo Houle, but the strength of Pedersen as a sprinter made the outcome not much in doubt even inside of a mile remaining.

The yellow jersey remains with Jonas Vingegaard, with Tadej Pogacar and the rest of the peloton all crossing the same time.

Stage 13 top finishers

  1. M. Pedersen, Trek - Segafredo: 04h 13’ 03’’
  2. F. Wright, Bahrain Victorious: 04h 13’ 03’’
  3. H. HouleIsrael, Premier Tech: 04h 13’ 03’’
  4. S. Küng, Groupama - Fdj: 04h 13’ 33’’
  5. M. Jorgenson, Movistar Team: 04h 13’ 33’’
  6. F. GannaIneos Grenadiers: 04h 13’ 33’’
  7. W. Van Aert, Jumbo - Visma: 04h 18’ 48’’
  8. F. Senechal, Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team: 04h 18’ 48’’
  9. L. Mozzato, B&B Hotels - Ktm: 04h 18’ 48’’
  10. A. Pasqualon, Intermarche - Wanty - Gobert Materiaux: 04h 18’ 48’’