Belgian Teuns and Wanty-Gobert’s Martin of France ended 13 seconds ahead of the peloton despite a late attempt to rein them in by the chasing pack which included Britain’s Chris Froome, who is looking for a record fourth overall win in the eight-stage race.
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Four-time Tour de France winner Froome is preparing for this year’s Grand Boucle and is a part of six-man group 24sec behind Teuns on the general leaderboard.
Tuesday’s 177 km third stage heads north through rolling hills from Le Puy-en-Velay to the town of Riom outside Clermont-Ferrand.
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