"I would have loved to have put my hands up and tried to win the stage. I gave it everything today. I don't have any regrets. Where I've come from over the last three years, battling back from my accident to finish third on one of the hardest stages in the Tour, I can be really happy with that. I'm going to keep pushing. I don't know what my limits are."
"It's made my Tour de France so far. Even if something happens and I get dropped every day, I don't care. A stage win at my first Tour, it's not bad."
-Tom Pidcock. The 22-year-old is the youngest to win a stage on the Alpe d'Huez.