Tour de France back on track after sabotage
Pierrick Fedrigo wins stage 15, a day after the race was sabotaged by tacks scattered across the road.
Last Modified: 17 Jul 2012 03:25

A day after the Tour de France was sabotaged by tacks scattered across the road, the race is back on.

Stage 15 was won by Frenchman Pierrick Fedrigo, while Wiggins managed to hold onto the leader's yellow jersey.

Al Jazeera's Richard Parr reports.


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