Thomas: Yellow jersey would be "unbelievable"

Bradley Wiggins and Geraint Thomas, Tour de France 2010 stage 5

The best fortnight of Geraint Thomas's career continues. Two weeks ago, he outsprinted Peter Kennaugh to win the British national championships. Now he is sat second overall at the Tour de France and entertaining the thought of exchanging his white jersey for yellow after today's seventh stage from Tournus to Station des Rousses.

 "That would be unbelievable. I didn't even dream of getting the yellow jersey this year: to be in this position now, talking about grabbing the jersey, it's real crazy," he said, talking to Cycling Weekly at his hotel last night.

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