2011 Tour de France Standings Update, Stage 3

Two stages are in the books in the 2011 Tour de France. American sprinter Tyler Farrar, partially thanks to some disorganization in the peloton and a great lead-out from his team, won his first career Tour de France stage, winning a sprint on Stage 3. HTC-Highroad, the team of Mark Cavendish, appeared to be in control for most of the lead-in to the sprint, but Garmin-Cervelo eventually took control at the front of the pack and were successful in getting a second stage win of the tour, after winning the team time trial in Stage 2.

Here is the overall individual standings after the third stage. Thor Hushovd is in the yellow jersey, Jose Joaquin Rojas holds the green and Philippe Gilbert continues to hold the polkadot jersey.

 

Standing Rider Rider number bib Team Time Gaps
1. HUSHOVD Thor 51 TEAM GARMIN - CERVELO 9h 46' 46"  
2. MILLAR David 56 TEAM GARMIN - CERVELO 9h 46' 46" + 00' 00"
3. EVANS Cadel 141 BMC RACING TEAM 9h 46' 47" + 00' 01"
4. THOMAS Geraint 117 SKY PROCYCLING 9h 46' 50" + 00' 04"
5. GERDEMANN Linus 14 TEAM LEOPARD-TREK 9h 46' 50" + 00' 04"
6. HAGEN Edvald Boasson 114 SKY PROCYCLING 9h 46' 50" + 00' 04"
7. SCHLECK Frank 18 TEAM LEOPARD-TREK 9h 46' 50" + 00' 04"
8. SCHLECK Andy 11 TEAM LEOPARD-TREK 9h 46' 50" + 00' 04"
9. FUGLSANG Jakob 13 TEAM LEOPARD-TREK 9h 46' 50" + 00' 04"
10. WIGGINS Bradley 111 SKY PROCYCLING 9h 46' 50" + 00' 04"


And here is where the teams stand after three days of racing. The top ten stayed exactly the same from the 2nd stage. Six teams remain ahead of the pack with Garmin-Cervelo clinging to the lead.

Standing Team Time Gaps
1. TEAM GARMIN - CERVELO 28h 30' 42"  
2. BMC RACING TEAM 28h 30' 43" + 00' 01"
3. TEAM LEOPARD-TREK 28h 30' 46" + 00' 04"
4. SKY PROCYCLING 28h 30' 46" + 00' 04"
5. HTC - HIGHROAD 28h 30' 47" + 00' 05"
6. TEAM RADIOSHACK 28h 30' 52" + 00' 10"
7. PRO TEAM ASTANA 28h 31' 14" + 00' 32"
8. OMEGA PHARMA - LOTTO 28h 31' 15" + 00' 33"
9. TEAM EUROPCAR 28h 31' 32" + 00' 50"
10. QUICK STEP CYCLING TEAM 28h 31' 38" + 00' 56"

 

If you're looking for live coverage and updates online, be sure to stay with our 2011 Tour de France StoryStream. Get geared up for the 2011 Tour de France with Podium Cafe's five storylines to watch. Also be sure to check out the full route and schedule for this year's race

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