Tom Veelers called on Tour de France organizers to eject Mark Cavendish from cycling’s most prestigious race after the two riders collided near the finish line of yesterday’s Stage 10.
Sky’s Chris Froome kept the overall lead as Marcel Kittel of Argos-Shimano outsprinted Mark Cavendish to win the 12th stage of the Tour de France by half a wheel after a crash on the approach to the finish.
Britain’s Mark Cavendish won the seventh stage of cycling’s Tour de France, as Norway’s Thor Hushovd kept the race-leading yellow jersey.
World champion cyclist Mark Cavendish crashed with about a mile left of stage four of the Tour de France. Andre Greipel won the stage.
Mark Cavendish became the first Briton to win the men’s cycling road race world title in 46 years after taking today’s event in a sprint finish.
"I follow the road, I'm not going to hit the barriers."
- Mark Cavendish on Jul 09, 2013