Britain’s defending champion Geraint Thomas moved up to second in the Tour de France after a dramatic conclusion to stage 10.
Along with overall race leader Julian Alaphilippe, Thomas benefited from a late split in the peloton that caught many race rivals by surprise.
The 33-year-old had started out from Saint-Flour to Albi – the final stage before the first rest day – in fifth.
Belgian Wout van Aert edged out Elia Viviani in a thrilling sprint finish.
Speaking to ITV 4, Thomas, who is hoping to be the first rider since Miguel Indurain in 1992 to successfully defend his title as a first-time Tour winner, said: “I had a really good day in the end.