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There has already been some huge news this morning, with defending champion Egan Bernal abandoning the race.
Ineos Grenadiers announced Bernal’s withdrawal prior to the start of this key mountain stage.
The Colombian, 23, lost more than seven minutes to leader Primoz Roglic on Sunday’s Grand Colombier climb.
After Tuesday’s stage 16, Bernal was 16th in the general classification, just over 19 minutes off the lead.
“This is obviously not how I wanted my Tour de France to end, but I agree that it is the right decision for me in the circumstances,” said Bernal.