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yellow jersey

n
(Cycle Racing) (in the Tour de France) a yellow jersey worn by the overall leader
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TAP) -- Algerian rider Bengayou Abderaouf won Sunday the fifth stage of the Tour d'Algerie cycling 2017, between Laghouat and Djelfa, while the Tunisian Ali Nouisri lost his yellow jersey leader.
CHRIS FROOME was booed in Yellow Jersey rival Romain Bardet's backyard - but made a stunning fightback to preserve his Tour de France lead.
Defending champion Chris Froome gained time on Italian Fabio Aru to win back the yellow jersey.
CHRIS Froome surrendered the yellow jersey to Fabio Aru as Romain Bardet won stage 12 of the Tour de France in Peyragudes.
Astana's Aru will wear the yellow jersey for the first time in his career, while Froome has handed it over for the second time in his, having also lost it after stage four in 2015 before reclaiming it at the end of stage seven and carrying it to Paris.
GERAINT Thomas was in shock after winning his first career Tour de France stage and taking the yellow jersey as Team Sky enjoyed a dream start to the 2017 edition on the soaking streets of Dusseldorf.
Overall leader Jan Paul Morales checked in next towing several others but kept the yellow jersey safely with him with Philippine Navy-Standard Insurance teammate Roque close behind in overall standings.
STEVE Cummings seized the Tour of Britain's yellow jersey in Dartmoor yesterday after Julien Vermote wilted on the sixth stage.
And he tweeted a picture of his sevenmonth-old son Kellan, wearing an infant Yellow Jersey, next to a Tour podium toy lion, saying: "Just 113km left until I get to see this little guy.
I want to come back and fight for the Yellow Jersey again next year because it's every cyclist's dream to win the Tour de France, the biggest honour in our sport.
CHRIS Froome offered his "deepest sympathies" to victims of the terrorist attack in Nice after strengthening his grip on the Tour de France's yellow jersey.
On Saturday, for example, Froome stood atop a podium in the Pyrenean town of Bagneres-de-Luchon, proud wearer of a yellow jersey that, barring disaster, will still be his in Paris in just under a fortnight's time.