Paris: Renowned British cyclist Marc Cavendish has won the tenth stage of the Tour de France cycle race.
This is the third victory of Mark Cavendish, 36, in the Tour de Bicycle Race. Mark Cavendish has also won the fourth and sixth rounds of the Tour de France cycle race
Belgian cyclist Wout van Arte was second, Belgian cyclist Jasper Phillipson third, French cyclist Nesser Bohani fourth and Australian cyclist Michael Matthew Zappan fifth.
The tenth stage of the Tour de France cycle race covered a distance of 190.7 km from Albert Wells to Valence, which was won by 36-year-old British cyclist Mark Cavendish.
Mark Cavendish took the first position, covering the required distance of the tenth stage in 4 hours 14 minutes and 07 seconds. This is the third victory of 36-year-old Mark Cavendish in Tordi France.
Belgian cyclist Wout van Arte was second in the race, Belgian cyclist Jasper Phillipson was third, French cyclist Nesser Bohani was fourth and Australian cyclist Michael Mathews was fifth.
French cyclist Arnaud Demare finished fourth and Slovakian cyclist Peter Sagan finished fifth. From the eighth stage of the race, the famous Slovenian cyclist and defending champion Tجdez Pogآarka holds the yellow jersey.