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France's Thomas Voeckler has won this year's Tour de Yorkshire after finishing third in last year's race. He clinched the title after winning Sunday's final stage with a 198km ride from Middlesbrough to Scarborough.
He took advantage of a lapse in concentration by Nicolas Roche during a sprint to the finish. The highest placed British finisher was Adam Yates from Bury.
There have been large crowds lining the route of the Tour de Yorkshire for its third and final day. The riders set off from Middlesbrough this morning before heading through North Yorkshire to Scarborough.
The event was praised by the director of the Tour de France. Christian Prudhomme said Yorkshire has put itself at the heart of cycling. James Webster reports:
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Large crowds have gathered in Northallerton to watch the Tour de Yorkshire. Today is stage three of the race with the cyclists travelling from Middlesbrough through North Yorkshire to Scarborough. Despite the rain many people turned out to cheer on the riders:
Disruption continues on rail services to and from York, including on the mainline between Newcastle and Kings Cross.
Network Rail say they contacted police this morning after reports of a woman's body on a section of train line at Moor Lane, Copmanthorpe,
That section is currently closed whilst North Yorkshire Police and British Transport Police undertake enquiries to determine the identity of the woman.
Inspector Mark Henderson from North Yorkshire Police said:
"Police are currently making enquires to identify the woman and inform her next of kin. Moor Lane remains closed at this time and there is a temporary stop on the main railway line which is expected to cause some disruption."
Calendar's josh Stead tweets as the Tour riders pass through Northallerton.
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Large crowds gathered in Great Ayton to watch this year's Tour de Yorkshire pass through the village.