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Tour de France results: Who won Stage 7, who leads overall standings

We break down the results from Stage 7 on Friday.

UAE Team Emirates team’s Slovenian rider Tadej Pogacar wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey (C) celebrates as he cycles past Jumbo-Visma team’s Danish rider Jonas Vingegaard (R) to win the 7th stage of the 109th edition of the Tour de France cycling race, 176,3 km between Tomblaine and La Super Planche des Belles Filles, in eastern France, on July 8, 2022. Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP via Getty Images

A dramatic overtaking by yellow jersey holder Tadej Pogacar with less than 50 meters to the finish line gave him the stage win as well to extend his lead at the Tour de France. At the summit of La Super Planche des Belles Filles, Pogacar was pulled to the finish line by Jonas Vingegaard for the bonus :10 for winning the stage.

The drama was with Lennard Kämna, who was less than a football field from claiming the stage win before simply running out of gas at the peak of the mountain. He was easily passed by Pogacar and Vingegaard, settling for fourth and not even a podium after a wonderful effort from the front all day.

Below are the top finishers from Stage 7.

Stage 7 top finishers

  1. Tadej Pogacar, UAE Team Emirates: 03H 58’ 40’’
  2. Jonas Vingegaard, Jumbo - Visma: Same Time
  3. Primoz Roglič, Jumbo - Visma: 03H 58’ 52’’
  4. Lennard Kämna, Bora - Hansgrohe: 03H 58’ 54’’
  5. Geraint Thomas, Ineos Grenadiers: Same Time
  6. David Gaudu, Groupama - Fdj: 03H 58’ 59’’
  7. Enric Mas, Movistar Team: 03H 59’ 01’’
  8. Romain Bardet, Team DSM: Same Time
  9. Adam Yates, Ineos Grenadiers: 03H 59’ 09’’
  10. Sepp Kuss, Jumbo - Visma: 03H 59’ 21’’