Chris Froome and the 2017 Tour de France’s other competitors will enjoy yet another relatively flat route in Stage 7 of the race. Aside from a category-four climb three-quarters of the way through, the 213.5-kilometre route from Troyes to Nuits-Saint-Georges is well-suited to the sprinters.Marcel Kittel won the sprint finish in Stage 6, his second victory in this year’s Tour having also won Stage 2, and his 11th overall. Indeed, it was a largely relaxed day for those competing for the yellow jersey, and Friday could see more of the same given the similarly flat profile of Stage 7 and comparable length of the route.
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