Kenneth Van Bilsen (Cofidis) had let Daniel Teklehaimanet (MTN-Qhubeka) take the final King of the Mountain points on the road, thus putting the Eritrean into the Maillot Pois. This is the first time that a black African (or an Eritrean) has ever pulled on a classification leader's jersey in any Grand Tour. But once Teklehaimanet and Perrig Quemeneur (Europcar) had dropped their pace, Van Bilsen attacked them in an effort to go for a solo victory. After all, nothing ventured, nothing gained.
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