Froome is chasing, in the saddle, with a high cadence.
The maillot jaune has caught the Colombian.
Moreno is popped for Katusha.
Quintana is now on the front of the YJ group, which is 15 riders total.
Martin and Fuglsang are chugging along.
They've played this perfectly. Martin is 2:48 on GC, Fuglsang at 3:27. No need for the YJ group to react.
Fuglsang is a former elite XC racer. He can go downhill well and Martin's no slouch himself.
Andy Schleck is there with Froome.
The YJ group is growing again. Froome is on front.
Quintana winning fans with every jab
Good scenario for Martin; link up with select group on the flats and have a chance to win stage out of small bunch
The leaders are 1.2km from the finish with :40.
If they take more than a half-minute, I think Fuglsang and Martin will be fighting for the stage win.
Kreuziger is leading the chase again.
Riis should cut Kreuziger loose at some point of this Tour; looking stronger than Bertie at this point
Hmm, Movistar won't want to let this get away - Valverde could win the stage
He pulled the Spaniard to Ax 3 Domaines yesterday.
30km of descent, lots of asphalt to go to the finish
Wouter Poels makes a surge
Can Dan Martin carry his Liège–Bastogne–Liège victory to his first Tour stage win? Can Fuglsang turn Astana's misfortune around?
Lots of Basque fans up there on this summit
The Basques loves their racing
They're onto the descent.
Fuglsang is leading Martin.
Poels leads Froome at the front of the YJ group.
Froome slows and sees a gap through a switchback, but closes it down.
If they continue the descent like this, Martin will feel the gaps he is closing in the finale.
Kwiatkowski leads the YJ group on a short kicker with 28km to go.
"Contador is not in good shape. If he was, we would have seen attacks already." —Sean Kelly
Hesjedal is back with Porte, dragging along.
Quintana is leading now in the YJ group, upping the pace on the short ramp.
Fuglsang and Martin are back on the downhill, the Dane tucked onto his top tube.
Surprised to see nothing from Contador on that climb
25 km to go. Fulsang and Martin are flying once again.
Porte is getting some help from Hesjedal.
Movistar is leading the YJ group with three riders. Andy Schleck is trailing off the back.
It's quite a different scene back with Porte and Hesjedal, who still have a kilometer of climbing to go, than it was a few minutes ago. They're just gutting it out, and the fans are quite a bit more sedate.
Martin is feeding and then tucked back down to close on Fuglsang.
Thanks, Andy. Elbows out.