British pair Peter Williams and Kristian House won the sprint and king of the mountains jerseys.
What does KTM stand for?
KTM stands for King of The Mountains (forum)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The day's stage winner, Frenchman Thibaut Pinot, is 6-1 second favourite to win the King of the Mountains polka dot jersey and 15-8 to win the white jersey for the leading rider under 25.
The 48-year-old from Hinckley hung up his road racing wheels 23 years ago after a career that included a sixth-place finish for the GB team in the Tour of Britain, first in the Algogendas Classic and the Rutas del Vino in Spain, as well as being crowned King of the Mountains in the Tour of Belgium and finishing fourth in the Archer GP International Classic.
Swift eventually finished the stage 31st but was more than happy to take top spot in the King of the Mountains competition in his defence of that crown.
Rapha-Condor rider Kristian House also held on to the polka-dot jersey for the King of the Mountains after the gruelling 145.
The Frenchman, riding for the AG2R Prevoyance team, also snatched the lead in the King of the Mountains standings, his 54 points on the day's three climbs handing him the polka dot jersey as well as the prized yellow.
Frenchman Virenque grabbed both the front-runner's yellow jersey and the spotted jersey awarded to the king of the mountains with a breathtaking solo effort.
5-km longest stage of the Tour, which also brought him the King of the Mountains jersey, is probably the most important in his career.