Stage 14 of the Tour de France was completed Sunday morning, and Spaniard Luis Leon Sanchez was the winner. That wasn't the story of the day, however, as riders survived a dramatic day which featured unruly spectators throwing tacks on the course and causing tire damage to about 30 cyclists.
One of the riders effect was defending champion and leader Bradley Wiggins, who, despite finishing 15-plus minutes behind the leader, will still wear the yellow jersey.
Meanwhile, Queens, NY native George Hincapie finished Stage 14 in 44th place and is currently 41st overall. Hincapie trails the leader by one hour, five minutes and 55 seconds. Tejay Van Garderen is the top American racer as he is in seventh place overall.
For updated standings after Stage 14, visit http://tourdefrance.nbcsports.com/standings.