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Defending champion Geraint Thomas said “anything that could go wrong, went wrong” at this year’s Tour de France despite being set to finish second. The Briton will finish runner-up to Ineos team-mate Egan Bernal if they both cross the finish line on Sunday’s largely processional race round Paris. Thomas said this year’s race had been
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Britain’s Geraint Thomas dropped to third overall at the Tour de France but remained 95 seconds behind leader Julian Alaphilippe after Nairo Quintana won a mountainous stage 18 to Valloire. Colombian Quintana attacked from a leading bunch, 7km from the summit of the Galibier, for a fine solo victory. Defending champion Thomas rode away from
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