Marcel Kittel on the podium of Stage 4. Photo by Sirotti
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Gallery: Le Tour de France Stage 4

Stage 4 was the longest day of the Tour with Marcel Kittel literally butting up against Bryan Coquard after 232km as it came down to another photo finish to separate the pair by millimetres. 

Peter Sagan will continue onto Stage 5 in the yellow jersey.

Here are a number of photos from Stage 4 between Saumer and Limoges.

Stage 4: Saumer and Limoges was separated by 232km of road. Photo by Sirotti
Stage 4: Saumer and Limoges was separated by 232km of road. Photo by Sirotti
BMC have changed up their team bike colour for this year's Tour, opting for a white and red Swiss-Inspired scheme over the recognisable red and black of old. Photo by Sirotti
BMC have changed up their team bike colour for this year’s Tour, opting for a white and red Swiss-Inspired scheme over the recognisable red and black of old. Photo by Sirotti
The Direct Energie car at the start of Stage 4. Team rider Bryan Coquard missing a stage victory by just an inch. Photo by Sirotti
The Direct Energie car at the start of Stage 4. Team rider Bryan Coquard missing a stage victory by just an inch. Photo by Sirotti
The Stage 4 finish in Limoges. Photo by Sirotti
The Stage 4 finish in Limoges. Photo by Sirotti
Marcel Kittel took the stage win just beating Bryan Coquard from Direct Energie. Photo by Sirotti
Marcel Kittel took the stage win just beating Bryan Coquard from Direct Energie. Photo by Sirotti
Marcel Kittel on the podium of Stage 4. Photo by Sirotti
Marcel Kittel on the podium of Stage 4. Photo by Sirotti

 

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