The winner of the Kamna stage determined to finish alone for the first victory of the Tour de France


If Tuesday’s stage winner, Lennard Kämna, had a thought in mind as he climbed the penultimate climb of the day just behind a Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers) in charge, it was almost certainly “not in a sprint, not in a sprint. “It wasn’t just that Kämna’s biggest professional victory, a stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné last month, came thanks to a solo breakaway. Or that the Bora-Hansgrohe pro was outmatched when Dani Martinez (EF Pro Cycling) reached the summit of Puy Mary last Friday when he and his teammate Max Schachmann had initially passed the Colombian in the climb by two against a.


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