David Millar was ecstatic after winning yesterday and said it was his proudest moment in cycling for ten years. He also said it bodes well for Great Britain's bid for glory at the Olympic road race in a couple of weeks. Millar, Chris Froome, Mark Cavendish and Wiggins - four of the five members of the Team GB road race team - have all won a stage at this year's Tour:
"The day worked out perfectly. It's my proudest win since my Tour victory at Béziers in 2002 as winning a road stage is always more emotional than winning a time trial or a prologue. It's taken our team going through turmoil to bring out the best of me.
"Our Olympic team is made up of Tour de France stage winners and that should make it quite a force. I never thought I would see Britons dominating like this at the Tour."