Lotto Soudal rider Caleb Ewan of Australia and Team Jumbo-Visma rider Dylan Groenewegen of the Netherlands finish. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
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Australian Caleb Ewan picked up his first Tour de France stage win in a mass sprint at Toulouse Wednesday as Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe kept the overall lead. With defending champion Geraint Thomas and his Ineos teammate Egan Bernal also finishing in the pack, there was no change in the overall top three after a 167-kilometer run from Albi to Toulouse, marked by a fall that forced Nairo Quintana into a successful race to catch up.Sprint points leader Peter Sagan of Slovakia kept his green jersey after finishing fourth behind Ewan.There are two major mountains on the menu on stage 12 with yellow jersey Alaphilippe vowing to defend his lead.
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