4:40 pm, Sat 29 Jun 2013
The organisers of the Tour de France were forced to move the finish line of the first stage of the competition twice after the Orica Greenedge team bus became stuck at the finish line.
Riders were told the race would finish at three kilometres (two miles) from the line.
But organisers were able to re-instate the finish after the bus was moved.
4:26 pm, Sat 29 Jun 2013
The organisers of the Tour de France Stage 1 have announced that all competitors involved in a crash near the three kilometre mark, will get the same time for the stage.
This is due to the finish line being moved at the last minute because of a bus crash.
For the latest on the Tour de France visit ITV Cycling.
4:17 pm, Sat 29 Jun 2013
The bus stuck under a barrier at the end of the Tour de France stage 1
Credit: ITV Cycling
The organisers of the Tour de France stage 1 were forced to move the end of the race to a new finish line after a bus got stuck under a barrier. Marcel Kittel won the stage and the bus was eventually pulled free.
For the latest updates on the stage visit ITV Cycling.
4:08 pm, Sat 29 Jun 2013
A bus has crashed into the finish line at the Tour de France Stage 1 and is stuck there, reports ITV Cycling. The peloton of elite athletes are in the final few kilometres of the end of the stage.
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