The middle week of the Tour de France – stages ten to 15 – saw Chris Froome (Team Sky) dominate the general classification in his bid to become the second successive Briton to win cycling’s greatest race.

An incident-packed week also saw Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma-QuickStep) bounce back to record his second victory of the 2013 race and 25th Tour stage win in total to move the Manx Missile up to joint third in the all-time list and becomes the new title holder of “most road stage wins in the tour throughout Tour de France history” [all the other greats have bumped up their totals with time trials].

Meanwhile, Cavendish’s team-mate, Tony Martin, won the individual time trial on stage 11 at an astonishing average speed of 54.271km/h. That’s just one of the stats plucked from our latest infographic provided by Cycling Shorts partners RoadCyclingUK – week two in numbers.

Tour de France - Week 2 in Numbers

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