Chris Froome and Tony Martin (Photo : Wikipedia)
Sprinters were on the move again on Tuesday with German Argos-Shimano pedal-pusher Marcel Kittel cruising to his second victory at the 2013 Tour de France. Kittel along with compatriot André Greipel and Great Britain's sprinter Mark Cavendish were the top three finishers at the conclusion of Stage 10 but Slovakian Peter Sagan still holds the green jersey with a decent fourth-place finish in the race.
Meanwhile, Great Britain's Chris Froome preserved his one minute and 25 seconds lead over Movistar biker Alejandro Valverde while Bauke Mollema, Laurens ten Dam, Roman Kreuziger, and two-time champ Alberto Contador all remain within striking distance in the General Classification Standings.
But everything will change soon when the Tour hits Stage 11 - the Individual Time Trial.
Avranches to Mont Saint-Michel 33 km (20.5 mi) individual time trial (ITT)
It will be the first of the two individual time trials slated in this year's tour. Froome, who still holds the yellow jersey after his sensational victory in Stage 8, will have another chance to further pad his lead because of his background as a solid individual time trial competitor. The Team Sky biker won the bronze medal in this discipline in last year's Olympic Games. But this kind of stage is always tailor-made for renowned individual team trial specialist Tony Martin of Omega Pharma-Quick Step.
TV Schedule, Streaming and Additional Information
NBC Sports Coverage of the 2013 Tour de France is scheduled to start (8:00 a.m ET). Online Streaming will be available on NBC Sports Extra, although it needs subscription fee.
The General Classification standings of the race is available on the Tour de France 2013 website .