Yates twins hope to join forces in a pro team

Better than a photo finish, Thursday's stage in the Tour de l'Avenir delivered a family photo. The first two riders having crossed the line in Morzine, in the Alps, are not only teammates from Great Britain, but brothers, and more exactly twin brothers. Simon Yates won ahead of brother Adam and France's Alexis Gougeard in a three-man sprint. The former took a second win in the "little Tour de France" two years after his first victory, while the latter moved up into the second position overall, with 1:03 to Spain's Ruben Fernandez.

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