Team Trek Segafredos Bauke Mollema of Netherlands rides during the 14th phase of the 108th edition of the Tour de France biking race, 183 km between Carcassonne and Quillan, on July 10, 2021. (Photo by Thomas SAMSON/ AFP) (Photo by THOMAS SAMSON/AFP via Getty Images).
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Bauke Mollema of Team Trek Segafredo has won Stage 14 at the 108th Tour de France on 10 July.
Bauke Mollema maintained only a very little lead over the fastest part of the peloton in order to win the 184 kilometres long Stage 14 of the Tour de France from Carcassone to Quillan on July 10.
Bauke Mollema breaks away to win his second Tour phase.
Bauke Mollema likewise was awarded the most combative rider of the stage as he handled to break away and keep going for most of the phase leaving the group behind.
He averaged 71.6 kilometres per hour over the whole phase but was 41.6 kilometres per hour in the final 20 kilometres of the stage.
His very first stage triumph remained in 2017 and was another one tried and ended up solo.
Tour de France total standings after Stage 14.
Guillaume Martin took time on other riders to go up into the second spot general behind race leader Tadej Pogacar.
Rigoberto Uran is now in third location overall though has actually lost no time with Jonas Vingegaard in 4th, Richard Carapaz in fifth and Ben OConnor now in sixth place.
Canadian Michael Wood took the mountains category lead from Nairo Quintana averaging 21 kilometres per hour on the climbs up however Pogacar keeps the white jersey for the best young rider.
Mark Cavendish came over the line way behind a lot of others however retained enough points to keep the green jersey for the sprint points leader