CHAMBERY, France — Pre-race favorite Richie Porte’s Tour de France came to a brutal end when the Australian suffered a heavy crash on a descent during the ninth stage on Sunday. The BMC Racing rider hit the rocks on his right-hand side and was attended to by medics, who carried him into an ambulance on...
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