Tour de France 2017 stage four highlights

Catch up with the action from the 2017 Tour de France's fourth stage from Mondorf-les-Bains to Vittel
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After a long day riding the punchy climbs of the Ardennes on stage three of the Tour de France, many riders would be looking to take it easy on today’s stage. Riding from Mondorf-les-Bains, the peloton take on 207.5km that included a intermediate sprint and a single categorised climb between them and Vittel.

The long transition stage would be one for sprinters being relatively flat and housing a small incline to the finish line. Peter Sagan, Greg Van Avermaet and Michael Matthews will all be savouring the chance to potentially add a stage win to their palmares before the peloton heads into the first mountain stage of the tour.

Catch-up with the best bits of the stage or read up on everything that happened on the third day of racing in our stage four report.

The 2017 Tour de France starts in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Saturday July 1 and finishes three weeks later in Paris on Sunday, July 23.