Movistar Hemorrhage More Time At The Tour De France

Mikel Landa (Movistar)

Despite sitting more than three minutes down, Mikel Landa still harbours hopes that he and his Movistar team can take overall victory at the Tour de France and believes he has seen the first signs of panic from Team Sky on stage 12 on Alpe d'Huez. Landa's former teammate Geraint Thomas won his second consecutive stage to extend his lead in the overall classification, but the Spaniard believes that the team looked rushed and there will be moments when that can be exploited in the coming stages. "To win it will be really complicated, we know what is to come but we have to go and fight for the victory, a podium, whatever it is," Landa told the press after the stage. "Today, I think that we saw Sky a little more hurried, although they have won again. I think that with every day that passes, we can open up ...

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