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Trentin wins Tour stage 17, Alaphilippe keeps lead

Italian Matteo Trentin wins Tour de France stage 17 in Gap after he surged forward alone from a mass breakaway. Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe keeps the overall lead as the Tour goes into three huge Alpine stages.

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