Wout van Aert won the fourth stage of the Tour de France and took the overall lead.
The Belgian had finished second in each of the first three stages of the race, but this time his plan worked perfectly.
He held on after a breathtaking attack up the final climb.
Van Aert is in the general classification.
Jasper was behind him and won a bunch sprint to the line and thought he had won the stage.
A cross helped split the pack as they tried to stay with Van Aert on the climb.
There's more to come.
This is the first thing. Wout van Aert was in action for 4 hours.
There are two Jasper is from Bel/Alpecin-deceuninck.
There are three. The time is the same forChristoph Laporte.
There are four. The time is the same for Alexander Kristoff and Intermarche.
There are five. It's the same time as Peter Sagan.
There are six. Luca Mozzato is at the same time.
There are seven. Danny van Poppel is the same person.
There are eight. The time is the same for Hugo Hofstetter.
There are nine. The time is the same for Michael Matthews.
There are ten. The time is the same for Benjamin Thomas.
This is the first thing. Wout van Aert is 13 hours and 43 minutes.
There are two Yves Lampaert has a time of 25 seconds.
There are three. A man named Tadaj Pogacar is a member of the team of the United States of America.
There are four. Mads Pedersen is from Den/ Trek-Segafredo.
There are five. Van der Poel is a member of the Ned/Alpecin- Deceuninck.
There are six. The time is 40 seconds for the Den/Jumbo- Visma.
There are seven. The man is named Primoz Roglic.
There are eight. Adam Yates is a member of the Ineos grenadiers.
There are nine. FDJ is the same time as Swi/ Groupama.
There are ten. Tom Pidcock is a member of the Ineos grenadiers.