A brief review of Wednesday’s Stage 10 at the Tour de France: Stage 10: Chambéry, France to Gap, France, covering 111.2 miles winding out of the mountains.
Winner: Team RadioShack’s Sergio Paulinho won by the width of his tire in 5 hours, 10 minutes, 56 seconds.
Who’s in yellow: With no changes in the overall standings, Andy Schleck of Luxembourg remained in the lead, 41 seconds ahead of second-place Alberto Contador.
Where’s Lance? While his teammate won the stage, Armstrong stayed in 31st place in the overall standings, 15 minutes, 54 seconds behind Schleck.