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Lopez survived the incident but it created a concertina effect behind in the peloton which saw former winner Andy Schleck go down in a spill.

LONDON, July 7, 2014 (AFP) Marcel Kittel emphasized his status as the best sprinter in the world by winning Monday's third stage of the Tour de France in a bunch finish at Buckingham Palace, London.

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On a day that was always a near certainty to end in a bunch sprint the 18 WorldTour teams didn't bother to get involved in the breakaway, leaving two of the four invited wild card teams to jump on the chance for some extended time in front of the television cameras.

Launched perfectly by his Giant Shimano team, the battle behind Kittel was merely for his back wheel and the slipstream his huge frame provides.

Race leader and yellow jersey wearer Vincenzo Nibali kept out of trouble while twice former winner Alberto Contador tested his legs in the final few kilometers by keeping near the front, more to stay away from potential danger than to try to finish high up.

Kittel simply led home a procession, turning the final dash to the line into a demonstration of his pace and power.

Marcel Kittel Wins Stage 3 of 2014 Tour de France

Reigning champion Chris Froome was another to enjoy a fairly anonymous day, although the same could not be said for his Sky teammate David Lopez, who clipped a fan that had strayed too far out into the road to take a picture.

The 26 year old German won his second stage out of three at this year's Grand Boucle as he proved too strong for the competition down the final straight. Without former world champion and 25 time Tour stage winner Mark Cavendish for competition, Kittel looked in a class of his own.

Peter Sagan, who took second on the stage ahead of Australian Mark Renshaw, won that particular battle but never had the strength to try and dive out from behind Kittel to go for the win. Slovak Sagan at least held onto his green points jersey.

Peter Sagan had another good day despite failing to win the stage. The Slovakian Champion took fourth at the day intermediate sprint and second Nike Air Force 1 Ultra Flyknit South Africa in the final sprint to extend his lead in the green jersey competition. The Cannondale Pro Cycling rider now leads the points classification by 27 points over Kittel and 29 points over Europcar Bryan Coquard. With Sagan consistently scoring points at both intermediate sprints and stage finishes, it already beginning to look as if the green jersey will be Sagan for the duration of the race.

NetApp Endura's GC hope Leopold Koning (who won a stage atop Mt. Diablo in last year's Tour of California) lost 1:02 today. That's not a great way to start a Tour in which he was hoping to score a top 10 finish by the time the race ends in Paris.

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Kittel compatriot, Andre Greipel of Lotto Belisol was conspicuously absent in today sprint after his team did so much work throughout the stage to position him for the stage win. Greipel coasted in just off the back of the group Kittel out sprinted for the win. Perhaps a mechanical ruined his chances, or maybe he just Air Force 1 White Croc

Having suffered over Sunday's grueling 201km hilly grind from York to Sheffield, the overall contenders took it easy through Monday's stage.

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The Tour returns to France for Stage 4, a 163.5km stage from le Touquet Paris Plage to Lille M With riders looking ahead to Wednesday cobbled Stage 5 the GC is expected to remain unchanged. Two Category 4 climbs could see a change to the King of the Mountains competition, as Cofidis Frenchman Cyril Lemoine holds only a 1 point lead over Ag2r la Mondiale Blel Kadri, and a 2 point advantage over Trek Factory Racing Jens Voigt. With no climbs on Stage 5, the rider wearing the polka dot jersey by the end of the day tomorrow will hold it until Thursday, so expect a battle for the day two KOMs. Beyond that, another field sprint is likely. Will Kittel score his third win in four days?

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We running out of superlatives to describe Marcel Kittel and Giant Shimano teammates. Kittel had an armchair ride to the finish line. Once leadout man Tom Veelers pulled off, no one was able to come out of the big German slipstream. It seems for now that Nike Air Force 1 Size 7

Cavendish crashed on the finish to the first stage in Harrogate on Saturday and dislocated his collarbone, withdrawing from the race before the start of Sunday's second stage from York.

the Tour de France heads across the English Channel to France and while the riders and selected team staff will enjoy a short plane ride, the rest of the Tour entourage might be delayed. A Eurotunnel train has stalled in the tunnel, causing delays and forcing tunnel officials to restrict all non essential travel. Other accredited race vehicles, including our own Bicycling cars, will take a ferry from Dover to Calais. For riders, the transfer will take 2 to 3 hours. For everyone else, it 4 to 5 total.

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giving up nearly 15 minutes on the GC yesterday, Spain's Joaquin Rodriguez continues to lose time despite finishing third overall last year. To be fair, he's not riding this year to win after building the first half of his season around May's Tour of Italy but dropping out after first week crash. "Purito" is riding the Tour to train for the Tour of Spain in August and to likely target a mountain stage win or two later in the race. Losing time during the first week means little to him as long as he stays healthy and quietly builds form.

and Andy Schleck lost 1:05 today and now sit 1:21 and 2:24 down on GC. It's hard to imagine them making an impact on GC, but falling out of overall contention might help them break free to win a stage later in the Tour.

on flatter stages, the peloton is sprinting for second.

interesting note about tomorrow Stage 4: While most intermediate sprints take place on flat roads, tomorrow is uphill and immediately followed by a 1km cobbled descent. After the breakaway scoops up the first few places, the stage will be set for Sagan rider who excels on uphill finishes extend his lead in the green jersey competition.

close but Bideau gave up the ghost with 8km left and Barta battled on for another 2km before succumbing to the inevitable.

Frenchman Jean Marc Bideau and Jan Barta of the Czech Republic were the escapees of the day, heading off straight from the start and lasting almost 150km in the lead.

knew he was beaten and didn want to take unnecessary risks just for a top 10 finish. That said, Greipel traditionally takes a few days to find his legs at the Tour. His earliest stage victory came on Stage 4 in the 2012 Tour.

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