Criterium du Dauphine: Chris Froome slips to seventh but remains in touch with leaders
Elia Viviani wins second stage from Chatel to Oyonnax
Monday 03 June 2013
Chris Froome slipped to seventh place overall but stayed in touch with the leaders after the second stage of the Criterium du Dauphine from Chatel to Oyonnax today.
The 28-year-old finished near the front of the peleton in the traditional Tour de France warm-up race, with the stage won by Elia Viviani in a sprint finish.
Having started the day in fifth place, Froome dropped two places but has the same time as third-placed Frenchman Tony Gallopin, one minute and 57 seconds behind leader David Veilleux of Canada.
Froome's Team Sky team-mate Geraint Thomas moved up to 10th place, and has the same time as Froome.
Viviani's fast finish saw off second-placed Belgian Gianni Meersman with Gallopin in third. Meersman is also in second place overall.
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