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Tejay van Garderen slipped from second to third overall Saturday at the Tour de France, but the BMC Racing Team's leader said he is not losing sight of a podium finish in Paris.

Van Garderen finished 25th, 39 seconds after Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team), who was out-sprinted at the finish by race leader Chris Froome (Team Sky). Quintana moved into second overall, 3:10 back of Froome, while van Garderen is a further 22 seconds behind.

 

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