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Live Reporting

By Jack Skelton

All times stated are UK

  1. Farewell

    Join us tomorrow to see if Julian Alaphilippe can retain his yellow jersey and whether Geraint Thomas can put any more time into his rivals.

    The report of Caleb Ewan's maiden Tour win is building here.

    Adam Yates' stage-by-stage guide is here.

    And you can download the BeSpoke podcast here.

    Catch you tomorrow. Au revoir!

  2. Post update

    Caleb Ewan's victory today means 10 different winners from the 10 individual stages so far, the first time that has happened since 1996.

    Will there be an 11th different winner tomorrow?

  3. Stage 12 profile

    Julian Alaphilippe carries the yellow jersey into the Pyrenees, with some serious climbing set to get under way tomorrow on stage 12.

    Alaphilippe just might be able to hang on through stage 12 into Friday's time trial.

    Stage 12 profile
  4. GC after stage 11

    1. Julian Alaphilippe (Fra/Deceuninck Quick-Step) 47hrs 18mins 41secs
    2. Geraint Thomas (GB/Team Ineos) +1min 12secs
    3. Egan Bernal (Col/Team Ineos) +1min 16secs
    4. Steven Kruijswijk (Ned/Jumbo-Visma) +1min 27secs
    5. Emanuel Buchmann (Ger/Bora-Hansgrohe) +1min 45secs
    6. Enric Mas (Spa/Deceuninck Quick-Step) +1min 46secs
    7. Adam Yates (GB/Mitchelton-Scott) +1min 47secs
    8. Nairo Quintana (Col/Movistar) +2mins 04secs
    9. Daniel Martin (Ire/UAE Team Emirates) +2mins 09secs
    10. Thibaut Pinot (Fra/Groupama-FDJ) +2mins 33secs
  5. Post update

    Stage 11 winner Caleb Ewan: "I can't believe it, I've been close in the last four sprints and my team never lost faith in me and I never lost faith in my sprinting. I knew if everything came together I could be fastest on the day and today I showed that.

    "With 10km to go I was caught behind my team-mate Jasper de Buyst so was at the back of the bunch but Roger Kluge came back for me and took me to Dylan Groenewegen's wheel in the last few kilometres and once I was there I had some time to recover and had the legs on me to win.

    "Since childhood there is no other race I've dreamt of winning. Watching in Australia, the Tour seems so far away - I can't believe I'm even here but to win a stage is a dream come true."

  6. Post update

    What Warren Barguil is doing getting 10th in a bunch sprint, I don't know.

    Anyway, Jumbo-Visma did everything almost perfectly in their lead out, Dylan Groenewegen just didn't have the edge to beat Caleb Ewan today.

  7. Post update

    France's Julian Alaphilippe retains the yellow jersey.

    And Britain's Geraint Thomas finished safely in the bunch and remains second overall.

    Giulio Ciccone is the big GC casualty today, starting the day 10th but losing a lot of time after being caught up in a crash with about 28km to go.

  8. Stage 11 results

    1. Caleb Ewan (Aus/Lotto Soudal)
    2. Dylan Groenewegen (Ned/Jumbo-Visma)
    3. Elia Viviani (Ita/Deceuninck Quick-Step)
    4. Peter Sagan (Svk/Bora-Hansgrohe)
    5. Jens Debusschere (Ger/Katusha-Alpecin)
    6. Sonny Colbrelli (Ita/Bahrain-Merida)
    7. Jasper Philipsen (Bel/UAE Team Emirates)
    8. Cees Bol (Ned/Sunweb)
    9. Alexander Kristoff (Nor/UAE Team Emirates)
    10. Warren Barguil (Fra/Arkea Samsic)
  9. Post update

    The diminutive Aussie Caleb Ewan lets out a roar of joy as he's mobbed by his Lotto Soudal team-mates.

    That was a tough finish for the Belgian squad - Jasper de Buyst took a tumble into a ditch and Ewan was held up slightly by that but got himself back into prime position.

    A first Tour de France stage win in his debut Tour.

  10. Post update

    Tremendous, fighting riding by Caleb Ewan. You've got to have express speed to reel in Dylan Groenewegen.

    Elia Viviani and Peter Sagan trailed in behind, both slightly caught out of position down the finishing straight.

  11. Post update

    Rob Hayles

    Ex-GB cyclist on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, in France

    Ewan fought that all the way to the line. When Groenewegen jumps he usually takes bike lengths out of his rivals.

  12. Post update

    Simon Brotherton

    Commentator on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra

    This is a big day in Caleb Ewan's career. He had the look of someone who had been beaten so many times but wasn't going to let it happen again.

  13. Ewan wins stage 11

    So tight. No chance of calling this one without a photo finish...

    And it reveals that Lotto Soudal's Caleb Ewan has won his first Tour de France stage!

    The Australian hunted down Dylan Groenewegen and pipped him on the line.

  14. 250m to go

    Teunissen launches Groenewegen.

    Here comes Caleb Ewan!

    It's Groenewegen v Ewan for the stage win...

  15. 500m to go

    Teunissen is leading out Groenewegen. A supreme effort from this Tour's first yellow jersey.

  16. 1km to go

    Groenewegen, Sagan, Matthews all up there. Viviani lurking.

  17. 1.5km to go

    Oss goes.

    Peter Sagan is going to have to follow the Jumbo-Visma train now.

    Sunweb are up there - for Michael Mathews or Nikias Arndt?

  18. 2km to go

    The GC leaders can relax a little, getting into the final 3km.

    Britain's Alex Dowsett hits the front, in service of Marco Haller and Nils Politt.

    He swings off now. Daniel Oss hits the front for Peter Sagan, followed by Jumbo-Visma.

  19. 3km to go

    Daniel Oss leads Peter Sagan near the front.

    Jumbo-Visma still making the running.

    Lotto Soudal get up there for Caleb Ewan. It was Jasper de Buyst who went into the ditch just now from the Belgian team.

  20. 4km to go

    Jumbo-Visma's train is still on the front, followed by Bora-Hansgrohe for Peter Sagan.

    Sunweb are in the middle for Michael Matthews.

    Yellow jersey Julian Alaphilippe is taking Elia Viviani to the front. All class.