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During the pursuit Michal Kwiatkowski bumped into Dumoulin which caused a violent crash and interrupted the rhythm and pace Team Jumbo was setting in pursuit of the breakaway.
Stage three departed the Allianz Riviera en route to Sisteron and initially saw a relaxed mood in the main field due to many, if not most riders still feeling sore from the harsh conditions suffered on the first stage.
Perez won enough points to take the jersey from Cosnefroy and was therefore in the virtual jersey when they both fell back from the group to rejoin the peloton leaving Cousin on his own with over a hundred kilometres to go.
Perez however, crashed into his team car, and then the side of the mountain on the descent when the car suddenly stopped in front of him and was left no choice but to abandon the race.
Stage four was anticipated to be the first test among the GC riders to see who was in the best form being as the stage finished with a climb.
The breakaway of six riders formed and took the majority of the intermediate sprint and mountains points with one of the riders, Tiesj Benoot crashing and actually splitting his seatpost in two.
Wout Van Aert and Sepp Kuss set the pacemaking late in the stage shaking off everyone but the group of favorites.
Kuss drove a dominant pace all the way up the climb when with meters to go Guillaume Martin attacked and Kuss peeled off as his teammate Roglic and the rest of the favorites pursued.
Roglic won the stage definitively  with Tadej Pogacar coming in 2nd, Martin finishing 3rd, Nairo Quintana in 4th and Alaphilippe finishing 5th retaining the yellow jersey.
Other favorites in Defending champ Egan Bernal, Dumoulin, Lopez, Mikel Landa and 2nd place overall Adam Yates also came across in good order.
Stage five was a flat stage in which several breakaways were attempted, but none actually succeeded. Cosnefroy grabbed the two points to stay in the polka dot jersey while Sam Bennett took the intermediate sprint points and finished 3rd at the finish line, behind Cees Bol and stage winner Wout Van Aert, to claim the green jersey from Sagan.
As a result, Yates took over the Maillot Jaune, although he was less than pleased to learn that he was being awarded it in this manner as he stated, "Nobody wants to take the jersey like this.
I was on the bus and we were about to leave for the hotel when I got the call…. The stage saw a large group of riders form an escape bunch including Van Avermaet, Roche, Cavagna , Powless , Herrada , Lutsenko , Oss and Edvald Boasson Hagen.
Their gap eventually exceeded six minutes and Herrada, Van Avermaet, Lutsenko and Powless would survive to finish ahead of the peloton with Lutsenko riding away from everyone and soloing to victory.
Stage seven saw a major split in the main field due in part to the weather, with very high crosswinds creating splits in the peloton, and due to the extreme pace set very early on in the stage by the Ineos Grenadiers and Team Bora on the first climb of the day, who were trying to drop the competition of Peter Sagan who was aiming to reclaim the green jersey from Bennett.
Riders who had their hopes at victory or a podium finish take a serious hit included Mollema, Pogacar, Landa , Porte and Carapaz while Bernal, Roglic, Dumoulin, Lopez, Yates, Uran , Pinot , Bardet Quintana and Guillaume Martin survived in the lead group securing their position.
The most significant breakaway attempt of the day came from veteran Belgian rider Thomas De Gendt , who rode solo for about 60 kilometers, but he was caught by the lead group long before the finish.
At the finish line Wout Van Aert took his second stage win in three days besting Boasson Hagen and Bryan Coquard at the line.
Yates remained in the overall lead, Sagan was back in the green jersey and Bernal took the White Jersey from Pogacar. Stage eight was a mountain stage where a breakaway of thirteen riders eventually formed and began to build a gap.
Being as none of the escaped riders were a threat to the GC contenders the peloton allowed them to extend their advantage. The intermediate sprint was won by Cousin with Cosnefroy defending the polka dot jersey taking maximum points on the first climb of the day which was the infamous Col de Mente.
With the gap back to the main field continuously growing it became clear the breakaway riders would fight amongst themselves for the stage win on the upcoming Port de Bales and Col de Peyresourde.
Nans Peters and Ilnur Zakarin had the strongest legs and fought for the stage win, with Peters attacking and dropping Zakarin to solo to victory.
If my role was to sit in the group and support Rigo Among the GC contenders there were some shakeups, notably including top French contender Pinot seeing his chances slip away due to a back injury, Alaphilippe struggling and also losing over ten minutes and Tom Dumoulin losing two minutes.
Gaining time was Tadej Pogacar , who attacked on the final climb making up some of the time he lost in the crosswinds the previous day, putting himself back into the top 10 in the process.
Stage nine was the second Pyreneean mountain stage. Four riders had abandoned the race the previous stage leaving riders to sign in and start the stage.
EF Pro Cycling and Trek—Segafredo also attempted to get a breakaway formed and Alaphilippe of Deceuninck—Quick-Step took a shot at trying to get away as well.
Tom Dumoulin became the most powerful super-domestique in the race when he sacrificed himself for the team during the previous stage  and in conjunction with the climbing abilities of George Bennett, Wout Van Aert and Sepp Kuss team Jumbo was proving to be the strongest team in the Tour.
Fabio Aru of team UAE Team Emirates , who had come into the race as team leader, fell into difficulty and off the back leaving Pogacar, who was riding in his first Tour, as the GC hope for the team.
Egan Bernal was the next rider to attack and of the final group only Roglic, Landa and Pogacar went with him. He was not dropped however, so hope for the stage win was not yet lost, and these five riders rode on towards the finish.
Hirschi launched his sprint first, however Pogacar and Roglic bested him on the line with Pogacar becoming the youngest stage winner in decades and Roglic becoming the first Slovenian rider to wear the yellow jersey as the majority of the other GC riders limited their losses to about ten seconds or so, not including time bonuses.
Before the start of the stage it was revealed that Director of the Tour de France Christian Prudhomme had tested positive for COVID The attacks came as soon as 'the race is on' was declared with Stefan Küng of Team FDJ and Michael Schär of CCC Team being the two riders who escaped the peloton.
The pace of the main field was for the most part controlled by Deceuninck and Lotto—Soudal as they intended the stage to finish in a bunch sprint. There were a few crashes, including one between 7th place Pogacar and 3rd place Guillaume Martin, neither of whom lost time but they both had to put in a hard chase to get back to the group.
Coquard, Greipel, Pedersen and Elia Viviani were all there in the end but the podium was filled by Sagan, Ewan and Sam Bennett, who claimed his first stage win in the Tour de France.
Bennett also reclaimed the green jersey from Sagan and would not relinquish the Maillot Vert for the rest of the Tour.
This would end up becoming the first time Peter Sagan finished a Tour de France where he did not win the Points Competition.
Stage eleven was another flat stage suited perfectly for a bunch sprint and this is what it turned out to be once the Most Combative Rider and only breakaway rider in Mathieu Ladagnous was caught by the bunch.
Ewan won the day in a photo-finish with Sagan initially finishing 2nd followed by Bennett in 3rd. Ewan said of the win, "Once you have one you want two, and now I have two.
I want a third on the Champs Elysees I didn't know if I'd won because I threw my bike and was looking down… but sometimes you can just feel it.
This decision moved Bennett up to 2nd for the stage and made a notable difference in the green jersey standings. Team Sunweb had lost their GC hope in Tom Dumoulin in the off-season, and the rider they intended to support during the Tour, former Green Jersey winner Michael Matthews ,  was absent with injury so they had come into the race with nothing to hope for but stage wins.
They had several riders survive in the final group and two of them attacked near the end of the stage but it was Marc Hirschi who was able to stay away.
His teammates Roche, Benoot and Kragh-Andersen refused to cooperate with Reichenbach, Rolland, Schachmann, Quentin Pacher and the others trying to chase him down.
After coming up just short twice already, Hirschi won the stage in convincing fashion with no changes coming in the overall situation.
Stage thirteen saw numerous breakaway attempts early in the day but none of them managed to escape. Back down the road in the overall situation Primoz Roglic attacked in an effort to build on his small lead.
His attack worked as many of the GC contenders lost half a minute or more. Pogacar joined Roglic and stayed with him, as a result jumping from 7th place to 2nd place while Bernal dropped to 3rd.
Bardet came into the day in 4th but along with Mollema suffered a crash and had to abandon the race. Martin fell out of the top 10 as Ritchie Porte rode strongly and broke into the top 10 for the first time.
It was a tailor-made stage for Sagan, who had won several stages like this throughout his career and had more stage wins than any other rider in the Tour.
The early breakaway consisted of Stefan Küng and Edward Theuns with Theuns winning the maximum intermediate sprint points and Küng dropping him on the climbs to claim the KOM points.
Sagan was able to claim more points than Bennett in the sprints but Team Sunweb was working hard to control the bunch as they had several surviving riders including Benoot , Andersen , Hirschi and even their sprinter Cees Bol , virtually any one of whom would be capable of winning the stage.
The overall situation at the end of the second week remained static. Roglic and Team Jumbo were firmly in command of the race as he maintained his lead of just under a minute on Pogacar and defending champ Bernal and just over a minute on Uran and Quintana.
The hardest part of the Tour was just ahead however, as beginning in stage fifteen there would be four consecutive high mountain stages in the Alps, which would be followed by more climbing with a difficult individual time trial.
There were several attempts to get a breakaway formed early in stage fifteen but the accelerations of Sagan and Bennett fighting for intermediate sprint points frustrated all attempts.
Eventually a group of eight would break free but they were unable to gain enough time to threaten for a stage win. Matteo Trentin of CCC Team , who was in 3rd place in the points competition, attacked the breakaway and gained a lead of about twenty seconds while claiming the maximum intermediate sprint points, but he was eventually caught by the other breakaway riders.
Back down the road in the main field there was a fairly serious crash when Bob Jungels accidentally grazed the front tire of Sergio Higuita causing the latter to viciously crash into the pavement.
He remounted and tried to ride on but before long the pain set in and Higuita realized he might have been seriously hurt and had to abandon.
He was taken to the hospital as a precaution; fortunately x-rays showed no broken bones. These two were the final two riders up the road when the group of favorites caught them at the foot of the final climb, the Col du Grand Colombier , with the Rolland being awarded Most Combative Rider.
On this climb Jumbo-Visma riders Van Aert, Bennett, Kuss and Dumoulin set a vicious pace that put many riders into serious difficulty including Guillaume Martin, Egan Bernal and Nairo Quintana.
The climb was seventeen kilometers long and about halfway through Yates attacked and got away briefly, but was only able to stay away for a kilometer or so before he was caught.
As it neared the final kilometer one of the only riders still strong enough to attack after the assault of the Jumbo-Visma riders was Ritchie Porte.