David Millar won Stage 12 of the 2012 Tour de France on Friday by outsprinting Jean-Christophe Peraud.
Millar's win in the 140.4-mile stage from Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Annonay-Davézieux did not allow anyone to catch overall leader Bradley Wiggins. Wiggins still has a 2'05" lead on second-place rider Chris Froome. Vincenzo Nabali is 2'23" behind the leader and Cadel Evans' ninth-place finish on Friday has him 3'19" behind Wiggins.
American rider Tejay van Garderen is 6'57" off the lead in seventh place overall. Van Garderen still leads the young rider classification. He is 1'54" ahead of Thibault Pinot, who is 10th in the overall classification.
Stage 13 will be a 134.8-mile ride from Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux to Cap d'Agde. The stage will end by the Mediterranean Sea.
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