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2011 Tour De France Results: Andre Greipel Edges Out Mark Cavendish

In a race to the finish of Stage 10 in the 2011 Tour de France, Andre Greipel finished half of a wheel ahead of Mark Cavendish to win the stage. This was his first win in a Tour de France and his first time beating Cavendish head-to-head. Jose Joaquin Rojas, Thor Hushovd and Romain Feillu finished out the top five.

MArco Marcato won three of the four climbs, picking up five points. Thomas Voeckler took the final climb and is second (17 points) in the King of the Mountains competition behind Johnny Hoogerland (22). Philippe Gilbert wears the green jersey with 226 points, just ahead of Jose Joaquin Rojas at 209 points.

Thomas Voeckler retained the yellow jersey at 42:06:32. He has a 1:49 lead over Luis-Leon Sanchez and a 2:26 advantage over Cadel Evans. Thor Hushovd is still in 24th place (42:11:45), but teammate Tom Danielson is in 17th at 42:10:54.

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