Cavendish out of Tour de France

Mark Cavendish's hopes for the Tour de France are over after a dramatic fall close to the finish line. His team confirmed he's pulled out with a shoulder injury. Marcel Kittel went on to win the first yellow jersey in Harrogate.

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Moment when Cavendish's day one jersey dream ends

British hopeful Mark Cavendish took a painful fall in a dramatic collision in the final sprint to the finish line of the first stage of the Tour de France in Harrogate.

Read: Yorkshire Tour dreams in the balance for Cavendish

Cavendish was left on the ground clutching his shoulder and writhing in pain, as German Marcel Kittel won the 190.5km opening stage.

Read: Ecstasy for Kittel and agony for Cavendish

He was able to pedal across the finish line, but did so holding his shoulder, and clearly in pain. Watch how the crash unfolded:

Pictures from ITV 4.

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