Team Sunweb’s Soren Kragh Andersen took a surprise win on stage 14 of the Tour de France with a late solo attack as Primoz Roglic maintained his lead in the yellow jersey.
Andersen sprung his attack with three kilometres to go, opening up a 15-second gap to take his first stage win.
Luka Mezgec was second with Simone Consonni third in a sprint for the remaining podium places in Lyon.
Peter Sagan was fourth, cutting into Sam Bennett’s green jersey lead.
More to follow.
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