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were with at the time of the incident.

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Take Garmin Sharp Andrew Talansky for example. The American GC contender initially appeared on the results from Stage 1 as having finished 4:15 behind stage winner Marcel Kittel after getting tied up in the crash at the end of the stage. Had this gap stood, Talansky hopes of a podium finish in Nike Air Max Royal 1

Article 20 is designed to protect riders who become unfortunate victims of crashes and mechanicals in the final three kilometers (the rule used to pertain only to the final kilometer, but was changed to 3km prior to the 2005 Tour). On the surface it just the fair thing to do, but there an added benefit: It theoretically gives riders who have no business mixing it up in a field sprint one less reason to take dangerous risks in order to protect their GC placings. So it encourages men like Team Sky Chris Froome, Tinkoff Saxo Alberto Contador, and Astana Vincenzo Nibali to get out of the way Nike Air Max Zero Gumtree

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Paris would have been over only a day into the race. But within an hour of the stage finish, Nike Air Max 1 Essential White & Dark Armory Blue Talansky time was adjusted, and while the result still shows him finishing 194th (between several riders who were dropped long before the finish line), the gap between him and Kittel on GC is 0 All thanks to Article 20.

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Article 20 states: the event that a rider or riders suffer a fall, puncture or mechanical incident in the last 3 kilometers and such an incident is duly recognized, the rider or riders involved are credited with the same finishing time of the rider or riders they Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire Iridescent

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And sorry, sprinters, the rule does not apply during time trials or summit finishes, so letting the air out of your tires three kilometers from the top of Alpe d won help you make the time cut. After all, rules are rules.

and let the sprinters do their thing.

So does Article 20 stop GC riders like Froome and Talansky from taking risks at the end of sprint stages? Apparently not. But does it protect them from the consequences when they do? Absolutely.

Then why did Chris Froome to a sixth place finish in Stage 1? Well, while Article 20 protects riders from losing time as a result of crashes, it doesn protect them from crashing in the first place. Despite what we saw today from Omega Pharma Mark Cavendish and Orica GreenEdge Simon Gerrans, Froome knows that the safest place to be is at the front, so he made sure to position himself at the head of the race. He just lucky he chose someplace to be other than behind Cav and Gerrans.

We seen it happen countless times before when a crash inside the final few kilometers of a stage brings a pile of riders to the ground and holds up dozens more. But what happens when a GC contender loses time as a result? Well, if the crash occurs inside the final three kilometers of the stage, he doesn thanks to Article 20 of the Tour de France rulebook.

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