Germany's Marcel Kittel won Stage 10 of the 2013 Tour de France, edging fellow German Andre Greipel in a chaotic finish down the home stretch. It's his second stage victory of the NBA Live Mobile Coins Tour, having also won Stage 1.Stage 10 moved away from the mountains and was a mostly flat 197-kilometer ride from Saint-Gildas-des-Bois to Saint
Malo. As a result, there was a massive glut of cyclists packed together sprinting towards the finish, with Kittel and Greipel neck-and-neck up front. Mark Cavendish was closely behind them, and ended up bumping an unknown rider, causing him to spin out.The Tour de France's official Twitter feed has a picture of the dramatic finish, which shows Kittel edging Greipel by less than a tire length.
And here's a GIF of the crash, via @FX_RalletCurrent Tour leader Chris Froome finished 24th, just six seconds behind. He will retain the yellow jersey for another day.Here are the Top 5 results of Stage 10:1. Marcel Kittel, Argos-Shimano: 4:53:252. Andre Greipel, Lotto-Belisol: +0:003. Mark Cavendish, Omega: +0:004. Peter Sagan.
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