Belgian cyclist Wout van Aert stretched his arms out wide ready to celebrate victory in stage three of the Criterium du Dauphine on Tuesday but was left feeling "really ashamed" after France’s David Gaudu defeated him at the finish line.
"You have to watch the replay," van Aert said. "I raised the arms a bit too early and I'm actually really ashamed to lose it like that, just a big disappointment to not finish off our work today, and being so close.
"I had it in my hands. I just had it ... it's even something when you see it with someone else you question how it's possible - but now I understand the feeling."