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Roglič heads three-way battle for yellow

As the Tour de France entered its first rest day 11 riders were separated by just under two minutes at the top of the standings, but three have emerged as the favourites to stand atop the podium in Paris.

In scenes reminiscent of a sepia-tinged bygone era fans have been treated to a royal rumble of GC favourites on the slopes of the Pyrenees as leaders were left isolated early and duking it out toe-to-toe.

Slovenian Primož Roglič emerged from the Tour’s initial rounds with the prized yellow jersey on his shoulders, in the process confirming his

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