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Tour de France 2017: Stage 9 crashes, results, overall standings | Other Sports Sport News

Stage 9 of the Tour de France was marred by crashes taking several top cyclists out of the race, including Richie Porte, Geraint Thomas and Robert Gesink. Porte misread a turn and rode his bike off the road, causing him to slide into a wall at 72.5 km/hr. Thomas, who won Stage 1 of the Tour, suffered a broken collarbone and Gesink suffered a fractured L1 vertebra.

Despite the personnel losses, the 181.5-kilometer stage ended with an exciting photo finish as Colombian cyclist Rigoberto Uran won. 

MORE: Tour de France schedule, live TV coverage

Here’s what happened during the rest of Stage 9 of the 2017 Tour de France:

Tour de France 2017: Stage 9 results, winner

Results from Stage 9:

1. Rigoberto Uran, 05H 07′ 22”, B : 10”
2. Warren Barguil, 05H 07′ 22”, B : 06”
3. Christopher Froome, 05H 07′ 22”, B : 04”
4. Romain Bardet, 05H 07′ 22”
5. Fabio Aru, 05H 07′ 22”
6. Jakob Fuglsang, 05H 07′ 22”
7. George Bennett, 05H 08′ 37” + 01′ 15”
8. Mikel Landa, 05H 08′ 37” + 01′ 15”
9. Daniel Martin, 05H 08′ 37” + 01′ 15”
10. Nairo Quintana, 05H 08′ 37” + 01′ 15”

Tour de France standings after Stage 9

Below are the Tour de France standings after Stage 9:

1. Chris Froome, 38H 26′ 28”
2. Fabio Aru, 38H 26′ 46” + 00′ 18”
3. Romain Bardet, 38H 27′ 19” + 00′ 51”
4. Rigoberto Uran, 38H 27′ 23” + 00′ 55”
5. Jakob Fuglsang, 38H 28′ 05” + 01′ 37”
6. Daniel Martin, 38H 28′ 12” + 01′ 44”
7. Simon Yates, 38H 28′ 30” + 02′ 02”
8. Nairo Quintana, 38H 28′ 41” + 02′ 13”
9. Mikel Landa, 38H 29′ 34” + 03′ 06”
10. George Bennett, 38H 30′ 21” + 03′ 53”

Who is the top American rider?

Andrew Talansky is the top American after Stage 9 of the Tour de France. He finished in 103rd in Stage 9 and he’s in 31st place overall.

Tour de France: Stage 9 highlights

Richie Porte suffered a scary crash after misreading a turn.

Stage 9 yielded another photo finish as the leading cyclists sprinted to the finish line.

Tour de France: Live TV coverage of Stage 10

After a rest day Monday, NBC Sports Network will broadcast Stage 10 live beginning at 7:05 a.m. ET on Tuesday, July 11.

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