Fabio Aru on losing Tour de France lead: 'I paid for being in a bad position'

Fabio Aru may have lost the Tour de France lead due to 'bad positioning' but says he could get the time back in the Alps in the coming week

Fabio Aru on stage 14 of the 2017 Tour de France

(Image credit: Yuzuru Sunada)

Italian Fabio Aru (Astana) slips out of the Tour de France's yellow jersey in stage 14 to Rodez today, paying for his "bad position" in uphill kick while Sky's Chris Froome rode back into the lead.

Aru went from six seconds ahead to 18 seconds back, losing 24 seconds to the group with Froome in the short 500-metre uphill sprint.

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