Who's out of the Tour de France

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By The Associated Press, Associated Press

A look at who's out of the Tour de France after a series of crashes through the first eight stages (includes cyclist, country, team, injury)

Stage 3:

— Kanstantsin Sivtsov, Belarus (Sky), broken left shin

— Jose Joaquin Rojas, Spain (Movistar), broken collarbone

— Maarten Tjallingii, Netherlands (Rabobank), broken left hip

Stage 5:

— Marcel Kittel, Germany (Argos-Shimano), stomach trouble

Stage 6:

— Amets Txurruka, Spain (Euskaltel-Euskadi), broken collarbone

— Ryder Hesjedal, Canada (Garmin-Sharp), injured left leg and hip

— Robert Hunter, South Africa (Garmin-Sharp), injured spine

— Jose Ivan Gutierrez, Spain (Movistar), injured knee

— Imanol Erviti, Spain (Movistar), injured knee

— Hubert Dupont, France (AG2R-La Mondiale), broken bones, sprained ankle

— Maarten Wynants, Belgium (Rabobank), broken ribs, perforated lung

— Oscar Freire, Spain, (Katusha), punctured lung, broken rib

— Tom Danielson, U.S. (Garmin-Sharp), separated left shoulder, sprained neck, chest contusion, deep abrasions.

— Wouter Poels, Netherlands (Vacansoleil), broken ribs, torn kidney and spleen, bruised lungs

— David Vigano, Italy (Lampre), broken collarbone

— Mikel Astarloza, Spain (Euskaltel-Euskadi), injured elbow

— Johannes Froehlinger, Germany (Argos-Shimano), broken finger

Stage 7:

— Anthony Delaplace, France (Saur-Sojasun), broken wrist

Stage 8:

— Samuel Sanchez, Spain (Euskaltel-Euskadi), broken collarbone

— Gorka Verdugo, Spain (Euskaltel-Euskadi), injured hip

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