Neck to neck in the 10th
The leading men of the 10th stage of the Tour de France — including Italy's Marco Marcato, France's Anthony Delaplace and France's Arthur Vichot — start their breakaway on July 12 in the 158-kilometer (98.2-mile) course between Aurillac, in south central France, and Carmaux. The annual bicycle race, which has taken place almost every summer since 1903, draws millions of enthusiasts every year who line the side of roads to get the best view. (Photo: Joel Sagat/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)
Cheering on the pack
Norway fans cheer and wave flags as a pack of cyclists participating in the Tour de France speed down the road in the 10th stage, the shortest stage of the 2011 race. Andre Greipel of Germany won the stage. (Photo: Joel Sagat/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)
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Big Snapshot: Tour de France
MNN's photo of the day. Cyclists participate in the tenth stage of the 2011 Tour de France race in southwestern France's Aurillac and Carmaux on July 12.