The 2013 Tour de France concluded Stage 5 on Wednesday, and while British cyclist Mark Cavendish won the day, Australian Simon Gerrans maintained his lead and kept the yellow jersey. Gerrans, who had only won a single stage of the Tour de France in his career before this year, remains just ahead of Orica Greenedge teammates Daryl Impey and Michael Albasini.
For Cavendish, it was the 24th stage win at the Tour de France in his career, but the member of the Omega Pharma-Quick Step team remains 26:50 behind Gerrans and sits in 146th place. Omega teammates Michal Kwiatkowski of Belgium and Sylvain Chavanel, also of Belgium, round out the top five leaders thus far.
Last year's winner Bradley Wiggins, the first Brit to ever win the Tour de France, is not competing this year. Sky Procycling teammate Christopher Froome, one of the favorites this year, sits in seventh place. Two-time winner Alberto Contador of Spain, who had his third title stripped of him in 2010 after a positive doping test, is in 11th place.
Click here for the full standings as of Wednesday. The Tour concludes on July 21.