Sagan crosses the finish line ahead of Froome, wearing the leader’s yellow jersey. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
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Chris Froome showed again he will attack his rivals on every terrain as the Briton extended his overall lead in the Tour de France with a surprising move in Wednesday's 11th stage, which was won with panache by world champion Peter Sagan.Sagan, already a stage winner in Cherbourg, outsprinted Froome to take the day's laurels and deliver an almost final blow to Mark Cavendish in the green jersey race after the Briton was left behind in the finale because of a mechanical problem.Sagan, Froome and Bodnar finished six seconds ahead of the pack, which means the defending Tour champion extended his lead by 12 seconds as he collected six bonus seconds for his second place ahead of Thursday's much-feared 12th stage which ends up Mont Ventoux.
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