Stage 16 of the Tour de France is now in the books. Frenchman Thomas Voeckler won the monstrous climbs in the Pyrenees to win the 16th stage with a time of five hours, 35 minutes and two seconds. With the stage win, Voeckler finds himself in 23rd place.
The current leader, Bradley Wiggins did his best to keep pace with his main competitors and will retain the yellow jersey for the 10th straight day. Wiggins finished the stage in 12th place, seven minutes behind Voeckler.
Wiggin's teammate Christopher Froome remained in second place overall as their team, Sky Procycling is continuing their dominance over the rest of the field.
Wiggins currently holds a two-minute lead over Froome and with just four stages remaining it would be surprising to see anyone but Wiggins win the Tour de France.
You can view highlights from Stage 16 here.
Here is how the leaderboard currently looks:
1. Bradley Wigggins
|2. Christopher Froome||Great Britain||74:17:37||Sky||27|
|3. Vincenzo Nibali||Italy||74:17:55||LIQ||27|
|4. Jurgen Van Den Broeck||Belgium||74:21:18||LTB||29|
|5. Haimar Zubeldia||Spain||74:22:45||RNT||35|
|6. Tejay Van Garderen||United States||74:23:27||BMC||23|
|7. Cadel Evans||Australia||74:23:38||BMC||35|
|8. Janez Brajkovic||Slovenia||74:24:41||AST||28|
|9. Pierre Rolland||France||74:25:42||EUC||25|
|10. Thibaut Pinot||France||74:27:19||FDJ||22|
On Deck: Stage 17
Stage 17 will feature a 143.5 kilometers trek which will force riders to climb to a max elevation of 1,755 meters. The last 61 meters will drain riders as they climb to Port de Bales. The climb will take them from 503 meters to the highest point on the ride, 1,755 meters.