Tour de France 2011 Time Standings Results Stage 17: Boasson HAGEN wins

Tour de France 2011 Time Standings Results Stage 17: Boasson HAGEN wins

Gap : France | Jul 20, 2011 at 12:00 PM PDT
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Tour de France2011 Stage17: Edvald Boasson Hagen 2nd wins.

Edvald Boasson HAGEN of Norway broke 40 seconds off the pack and won his second consecutive stage of the Tour de France 17th. Bauke MOLLEMA of Netherlands finishes second and Sandy CASAR of France got the third place.

Fellow compatriot Thor HUSHOVD was left far behind after narrowly missing him out yesterday 16th stage.

Thomas Voeckler who has still the yellow jersey comes home 26 down on the Evans group so he's still 1:19 ahead in the GC.

Voeckler now leads Cadel Evans (BMC) by one minute and 18 seconds, with Luxembourg's Frank Schleck in third at 1:23.

Spaniard Alberto Contador with 3 stages to go doubts if he still can pull victory, where he is still the favorite to win the tour. So far 2011 Tour de France coming into final days has no clear favorite to win.

Check the Tour de France 2011 Time Standings Stage 17, GO HERE!

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Edvald Boasson Hagen celebrates as he crosses the finish line
Edvald Boasson Hagen celebrates as he crosses the finish line
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