The 2013 Tour de France is entering the midway point with Stage 10 on Tuesday. It began in Saint-Gildas-des-Bois and is set to end in Saint-Malo after 197 kilometers.
The stage comes two days after Irishman Dan Martin picked up his first ever Tour win. He beat Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark to get the victory in Stage 9. Martin is the nephew of Stephen Roche, who became the Tour champion in 1987.
Chris Froome was able to hold onto the yellow jersey at the end of Sunday’s race. He remains the favorite to win the 100th Tour de France, which is set to conclude on July 21. Italy's Peter Sagan has the green jersey.
Viewers in the United States can watch the race on TV on the NBC Sports Network. Americans can also watch a live stream online with Tour de France Live. Click here for a live tracker of the race. Stage 10 began at 6:50 a.m. ET.