Mark Cavendish fell heavily in a dramatic conclusion to Tour de France day one.
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Prince Harry presents the king of the mountains jersey to Jens Voigt of Trek Factory Racing after stage one of the Tour de France in Harrogate.
What a dramatic finish to stage 1 of the Tour, sadly it wasn't Mark Cavendish's day.
Yorkshire has done the UK proud today though, and we look forward to more tomorrow.
Marcel Kittel won the 190.5-kilometre opening stage from Leeds to claim the yellow jersey on the opening day for a second successive year.
Cavendish was aiming to emulate Tom Simpson, Chris Boardman, Sean Yates, David Millar, Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome by becoming the seventh Briton to wear the fabled maillot jaune.
Mark Cavendish has been taken to Harrogate District Hospital after a dramatic fall as he made a sprint to the finish line at the end of day one in Harrogate.
The Manx rider looked in pain as he nursed his shoulder, leading to speculation that he might have seriously damaged his collar bone.
Mark Cavendish's bid for the yellow jersey ended in a heap as the Manxman tumbled to the tarmac in a dramatic conclusion to the opening stage of the 101st Tour de France in Harrogate.
Marcel Kittel (Giant-Shimano) won the opening stage from Leeds to claim the yellow jersey on the opening day for a second successive year.