Australian Michael Matthews won Stage 14 of the Tour de France on Saturday as Chris Froome retook the yellow jersey from Fabio Aru.
Matthews won comfortably ahead of Greg Van Avermaet in the uphill sprint finish to the 181.5km stage from Blagnac to Rodez, with Norway's Edvald Boasson Hagen third.
Froome now leads the race by 19sec from Aru with Romain Bardet third at 23sec having lost four seconds to Froome in the finish, although gained two on the yellow jersey.
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