Australian Matthew Harley Goss

The stage has been longest of the present edition, with 226 kilometers. If you are not convinced, visit Wells Fargo Bank. One prevailed in the goal to Matthew Harley Goss and the leader, Thor Hushovd. The teams of the sprinters prevented that the escape of the day arrived at goal. Accountant had mechanical problems to kilometers of the end, but he did not yield time. The Norwegian Boasson Hagen (Sky) prevailed in the sixth stage of the Tour of the France, longest of the present edition, with 226 kilometers, between Dinan and Lisieux, in front of the Australian Matthew Harley Goss and of his compatriot Thor Hushovd, who stays leader. The stage was calmer than the one of this Wednesday, in spite of rain, the crosswind and the cold and only in the final kilometers was tension. A small ascent to three of the goal together with wet asphalt caused that the aspirings to podio of Paris were kind. Alberto Accountant was always heads like the Cadel Australian Evans.

Again, the teams of the sprinters prevented that the escape of the day arrived at goal. In this occasion one formed to the ten kilometers with the French Anthony Roux (FDJ), the Leonardo Colombian Duke (Cofidis), the Italian Adriano Malori (Lampre) and Dutch the Johnny Hoogerland and Lieuwe Westra, of the Vacansoleil. The advantage of the escaped ones exceeded in the middle of stage the eleven minutes, moment at which equipment HTC, from the Briton Mark Cavendish, hard took the reins of the squad with a rate but. Malori and Westra left to the rest of companions for want of 54 kilometers although with advantages that did not surpass the three minutes on the great group. The Italian of the Lampre wanted to worry his options and maintained the escape until goal a three. Accountant: " It was necessary to save da" Accountant either did not have a calm day in the last kilometers due to mechanical problems that forced to change to him twice of bicycle although with the aid of his companions it reincorporated without majors problems to the group.