Stage 9 of the 2012 Tour de France was completed on Monday, with Bradley Wiggins continuing his hold on the yellow jersey and finishing with the best time on the stage with a 51:24, 35 seconds ahead of the next best rider in Christopher Froome. Stage 9 is a 41.5 km trek from Arc-et-Senans to Besançon sprint that didn't have much of a climb for any of the riders during the individual time trial.
After Wiggins and Froome, Fabian Cancellara, who at one point held the yellow jersey early on, finished up in third place on the stage, 57 seconds behind the leader. Following Cancellara, Tejay Van Garderen and Sylvain Chavanel finished up in fourth and firth place, +1:06 and +1:24 behind Wiggins, respectively.
Cadel Evans, who is in second place overall behind Wiggins, finished the stage sixth coming in at +1:43 behind the stage winner.