Tour de France 2017: Chris Froome stays second as France's Barguil wins on Bastille Day

Britain's Chris Froome failed to reclaim the leader's yellow jersey as Frenchman Warren Barguil took stage 13 of the Tour de France on Bastille Day.

Warren Barguil
Warren Barguil

Italy's Fabio Aru retained the overall lead as Team Sky rider Froome finished eighth on a thrilling 101km stage.

Sunweb rider Barguil won in a sprint finish from a four-man breakaway in Foix, beating Nairo Quintana, Alberto Contador and Team Sky's Mikel Landa.

Britain's Simon Yates extended his lead in the best young rider's white jersey.

Froome trails Astana rider Aru by six seconds, but is now joined in the top five on general classification by team-mate Landa.

Barguil is the first French rider to win a Tour stage on Bastille Day - France's national day - since David Moncoutie in 2005.