The Jumbo-Visma rider secures France's first win at the 2022 Tour de France.
Jonas Vingegaard waited for Tadej Pogačar after a last-descent crash and then widened his grip on the yellow jersey.
Brandon McNulty rode at the front to blow up the peloton and crossed the line third to win the most combative prize.
The Canadian wins the attack-riddled 16th stage across the French Pyrénées while Jonas Vingegaard fends off Tadej Pogačar.
Jonas Vingegaard survives with race lead intact after crashing with 56k to go.
The Australian put in a fine performance to drop his breakaway companions.
Day's escape move stays clear following crash by Caleb Ewan.
The Ineos Grenadiers rider soars away from the breakaway to take biggest road victory of his career.
Two-time Tour de France champion cannot follow as Jumbo-Visma breaks open the race.
Lennard Kämna comes close to yellow jersey but Tadej Pogačar defends lead by 11 seconds.
Tadej Pogačar retains his grip on the yellow jersey as Thibaut Pinot falls short in emotional chase.
Pogačar crosses line third and extends GC lead.
UAE-Team Emirates dominates extra steep summit to launch Pogačar to second stage win in two days.
Wout van Aert out of yellow as Pogačar takes race lead, and Powless misses out.
Jumbo-Visma lights up race on final climb to distance sprinters and unleash yellow jersey for stunning stage win.
By-the-books bunch sprint stage sees pile up at 10km to go, leaving Bahrain-Victorious and EF Education-EasyPost captains losing time.
Winds don't blow right for splits on huge Great Belt bridges but huge crash in final three kilometers could cause issues for days to come.
Tour de France stage 1: Yves Lampaert goes faster than favorites for shock stage win and yellow jersey
Tadej Pogačar makes huge ride to finish third on the stage and set the tone on title defense as Lampaert surprises the specialists for victory.
Tour de France stage 21: Wout van Aert wins Champs-Élysées sprint as Tadej Pogačar seals second Tour title
Mark Cavendish misses win number 35 after chaotic sprint, van Aert scores hat trick of victories across mountain, time trial and sprint stages.
Tadej Pogačar rides conservative TT to finish eighth on the stage and comfortably retain his yellow jersey, Jonas Vingegaard secures second-place ahead of Paris.
Mark Cavendish will have to wait until the final stage 21 to try to score his 35th career Tour stage victory.
The top three overall places remained unchanged, but the Pyrénées shook up the GC behind the podium positions.
Jonas Vingegaard and Richard Carapaz battled for stage and GC positions in the final 5km of the uphill finish.
There was no change to the general classification, with Tadej Pogačar guarding the yellow jersey with more than five minutes advantage.
Mollema attacked out of the day's break with 42km to go and held off a quartet of chasers, Guillaume Martin vaults up to second on GC.
The Deceuninck-Quick-Step sprinter is poised to set a new record should he take just one more Tour de France stage win.
The leaders of the four jersey competitions — yellow, green, polka dots, and white — rode easily in the peloton with no change to standings.
Tadej Pogačar held onto the yellow jersey, marking his general classification rivals for the entire stage.
Tadej Pogačar maintained his position as leader of the general classification.
O'Connor storms into GC contention with long-range solo move, Pogačar attacks GC group in final kilometers with assertion of authority.
Pogačar attacked from the GC group at 30km to go to mop up the breakaway and scoop the yellow jersey after Teuns wins from the break.
Mathieu van der Poel defended the yellow jersey from the front of the race, riding in the breakaway group.
Mathieu van der Poel defends yellow jersey, maintaining an eight-second margin ahead of Tadej Pogačar.
Mathieu van der Poel defends overall while Tadej Pogačar climbs to second on the general classification.
Mathieu van der Poel rides another day in the leader's yellow jersey.
Tour de France stage 3: Tim Merlier stays clear for win as crashes shuffle sprinters and GC placings
Mathieu van der Poel retained the yellow jersey in his inaugural Tour de France.
Van der Poel takes stage and yellow jersey with blazing 700-meter attack in hilltop finish. Tadej Pogačar, Primož Roglič finish second and third-place.
Alaphilippe swaps rainbow jersey for yellow after crash-marred opening stage.