Nairo Quintana's Tour de France challenge falls flat on first summit finish

Before the Tour de France, Nairo Quintana said he and his Movistar team would have to "be more daring" in the race in light of there being but three summit stage finishes. On the first at La Planche des Belles Filles, there were no swashbuckling moves from the Colombian, however, as Quintana gave up another 14 seconds on new race leader Chris Froome (Team Sky).

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