A brief look at Sunday’s 14th stage of the Tour de France: Stage: Riders went on a 114.7-mile trek from Revel to the ski resort of Ax-3 Domaines that included a major climb and an uphill finish.
Winner: Christophe Riblon of France took a solo victory after dropping all the members of his breakaway group. He finished in 4 hours, 52 minutes, 42 seconds — 54 seconds ahead of Denis Menchov of Russia and Samuel Sanchez of Spain.
Who’s in yellow: Andy Schleck of Luxembourg kept the overall lead, finishing alongside his closest rival, defending champion Alberto Contador. The Spaniard remained 31 seconds behind, with Sanchez two minutes further back.
Where’s Lance?: Armstrong finished in 70th place in Stage 14 and is 38th overall, 39:44 behind Schleck.