Jarlinson Panton (IAM Cycling) outsprinted Rafal Majka (Tinkoff) to win stage 15 of the 2016 Tour de France, as Chris Froome (Team Sky) retained his overall advantage in the yellow jersey.
On a stage packed with climbing, there was little drama for the GC men as the breakaway contested the stage – Pantano and Majka the last two survivors from a 30-strong group.
Tinkoff’s Polish champion made his move as they crested the Lacets du Grand Colombier but Colombian Pantano bridged back across on the descent and won a two-up sprint.
Majka’s consolation was the reclaiming of the polka dot jersey, which he won in 2014 too, and he now holds a 37-point advantage over second-placed Thomas de Gendt (Lotto-Soudal).
Froome, meanwhile, was safely in the peloton with none of his GC rivals able to make a move on a stage which packed in six categorised climbs in all.