Sagan sprints to beat Alaphilippe at the end of the 183 km second stage
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Alberto Contador's Tour de France chances took another knock Sunday as the Spaniard lost time to the big favorites, crashing for the second time in as many days during the second stage won by his teammate and world champion Peter Sagan.Contador, who fell off his bike 60 kilometers into the 183 km ride from Saint Lo, crossed the finish line 48 seconds behind Sagan and the other top guns at the exception of Australian Richie Porte (BMC).Sagan, the first rider to swap the rainbow jersey for the yellow jersey since Cadel Evans in 2010, looks set to retain his lead in Monday's third stage, a mostly flat ride over 223.5 km from Granville to Angers. Asked how long he hoped he could retain the yellow jersey, Sagan said: "I don't care.
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