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Scott Wilson in Harrogate: "Cavendish walks through post-race area, doesn't speak to the press, and goes straight on to the team bus. Expectation is that je'll be assessed as soon as possible to see if he is fit enough to race tomorrow."
Scott Wilson in Harrogate: "Shouldn't be forgotten that it's another win for Kittel, who has been Cavendish's biggest rival for a while now. Cancellara's break briefly looked like upsetting everyone, but Kittel was always perfectly positioned to pounce."
Can understand why Cavendish was so desperate to win that stage but not very smart in context of whole event.— @dbainestoronto 05 July 2014
Scott Wilson in Harrogate: "Replays suggest that Cavendish was going for a gap that wasn't there. Looks like a damaged collarbone."
Scott Wilson in Harrogate: "20,000 in the fan park had a massive intake of breath when Cavendish went down. Wasn't obvious for a second it was him, but when announced there was a huge scream.
"Big round of applause now though as an injured Cavendish goes across the line."
Pain on the face of Mark Cavendish but unsure whether it's the pain of losing sprint finish or injury picked up in the crash - possibly both.
Marcel Kittel wins Tour de France Stage One.
Disaster for Cavendish after crashing in sprint finish.
Cavendish's Omega Pharma-Quick-Step looked in control but one rider breaks clear - Fabian Cancellarar
Cavendish team out front with minutes to go but have they gone to early?
#tdf and a hard days work is done for Lars Bak and he drops back.— @Procyclingeu 05 July 2014
Here is the final km of todays stage #TdF http://t.co/ueZ0rlbRKb”— @Procyclingeu 05 July 2014
7km to go: Teams vying for best position for sprint finish to Harrogate.
Peloton together, no one breaking out from the pack but with just nine miles to go time's running out.
The peloton passes over the Grinton Moor earlier.
Peloton passing Ripon. Crowds today have been amazing. Very proud of all police officers and staff. Should be an exciting finish.— @McIntoshKenneth 05 July 2014
Stuart Minting in Ripon: "Peloton flashes through Ripon negotiating several roundabouts without incident with twenty kilometres to go to the finish."
RT @grey1069: Ripon by pass. Great crowd. #TDFPolicePics http://t.co/OS0MJccjoQ— @RiponRover 05 July 2014
Best selfie ever made! #TDF #TDFyorkshire http://t.co/JZXyfKMQt1— @GodSaveTheVelo 05 July 2014
Riders pass through Masham, home of The Black Sheep Brewery and Theakstons Brewery, but sadly no time to stop for a pint.
Scott Wilson in Harrogate: "Alessandro Pettachi, Mark Cavendish's main lead out rider is not part of the main leading group - a major blow to his hopes of winning the decisive sprint."
38km to go as the riders head for Ripon. Prime Minister David Cameron waits for the Tour to arrive at the finish in Harrogate.
Been a brilliant stage in the Tour de France, great coverage on TV of the best countryside in the world. http://t.co/8B2KQVGLGW— @handyandy_andy 05 July 2014
RT @NYorksPolice: Anyone in #Harrogate? Give our helicopter @NPAS_CarrGate a wave! #TDFPolicePics #TDF #TourNY @letour @letouryorkshire htt…— @letourHG 05 July 2014
RT @Bettys1919: The Harrogate finish line from above our Cafe Tea Room. @letouryorkshire #tdf http://t.co/btYhE5KK5f— @runningrobderby 05 July 2014
#tdf Middleham the place where @MarkCavendish got lost on his recon trip to the Yorkshire stages— @Procyclingeu 05 July 2014
@letour just headed through middleham. One of my favourite places.— @chirper79 05 July 2014
Riders arrive in Leyburn with Voigt now caught by the chasing pack. No one yet to break out at front.
Live points so far:
- J Voigt 20
- N Edet 17
- B Jarrier 15
- B Coquard 13
- A Greipel 11
- P Sagan 10
- M Cavendish 9
- K Reza 8
- A Petacchi 7
- M Bodnar
Peloton passes through village of Muker earlier.
Voigt has done it. The oldest rider in the Tour has secured the polko dot jersey for stage two after crossing the Grinton Moor line in first place.
Jens Voigt half a mile from top of Grinton Moor climb. First to cross line at top and he'll secure polko dot jersey for tomorrow's stage.
Third time riders in peloton have had to stop while the road clears ahead. This time on Grinton Moor climb.
Voigt two minutes ahead but peloton has split into two chasing packs. Tour has passed Muker, on its way to Gunnerside.
The Tour de France Publicity caravan on stage one of the Tour de France passes through the village of Reeth, Yorkshire.
Voigt has taken an early one point lead in the King of the Mountains classification after leading the way over the Buttertubs climb.
@itvcycling asking where these spectators at Buttertubs have parked - my husband cycled there. 47 miles - set off at 5.30am!!— @fandabbydoz 05 July 2014
Staggeringly large crowds on the buttertubs for the tour looks like most of Yorkshire have come out to watch #TDF2014 #YorkshireGrandDepart— @FrancisNorman 05 July 2014
Aged 42, current leader on the road Jens Voigt is the oldest rider in this year's race. The German has worn the leader's yellow jersey twice before in the Tour de France. Voigt has just crossed the top of Buttertubs Pass, almost three-and-a-half minutes ahead of his closest rivals and more than four-and-a-half minutes in front of the peleton.
Finally the caravane has arrived here in #Masham! #TDF http://t.co/CYPWrwMliK— @BBCYork 05 July 2014
That fella's just cycled through Hawes and not stopped for fromage! Sacrilege. #tdf— @Cath_Preston 05 July 2014
Leader Voigt through Hawes, 5km away from Buttertubs.
Ever wondered how the Mechanic knows which spare bike is which on the Rack?? This guide tells him!! #garminsharp #tdf http://t.co/PVyRzm7ZPN— @CyclingShortsUK 05 July 2014
Froomey in Draughton. Allez! @letouryorkshire #TDF http://t.co/pExmu946Xi— @mrbradhoulston 05 July 2014
Yorkshire scenery looks astonishingly beautiful on the Tour de France coverage. So much for 'grim up north' #TDF— @jameslatham_ 05 July 2014
@Kiss_my_Panache and Wensleydale cheese!— @ChrisRHE 05 July 2014
Team bottles should be full of gravy on this stage. #TDF— @Kiss_my_Panache 05 July 2014
Jens Voigt moves 1 minute ahead of Edet and Jarrier, who are 4 minutes ahead of the peloton. Jens still found time to give a little wave to fans who shouted encouragement at him.
Hannah Chapman in Grinton Moor: "The anticipation is building and the atmosphere is amazing. Everyone is chanting 'Yorkshire, Yorkshire'. We've got some very ingenious farmers here, they've parked up on the side of the road and are sitting in their tractor buckets."
#TDF approaching Hawes where Mrs S & I were married 40 yrs ago this month, & Bainbridge where wedding reception was held at Rose & Crown.— @Sadgrovem 05 July 2014
Approximately 2.5 hours of racing to go as riders approach Bainbridge.
Our attempt at high-fiving the @NYorksPolice rider! http://t.co/pAAP0Uqy2k— @paul450tvr 05 July 2014
"@BBCYork: MT @AbigailSPaul "#Masham is buzzing! Brilliant atmosphere" #TDF http://t.co/0GnlLPi61X" aye it is - amazing scenes! #echotdf— @paul450tvr 05 July 2014
Scott Wilson in Harrogate: "Entire road out of Harrogate heading towards Ripon is now lined ten deep. Race seems to be panning out for a bunch sprint with leading trio not really opening up enough of a gap to stay clear. Will be much clearer after Butterrubs though."
Bryan Coquard has scored his 1st sprint points as he crossed the line in Newbiggin ahead of the big sprinters André Greipel & Peter Sagan— @RealAstar 05 July 2014
"@letouryorkshire: Hands up if you spotted these jazzy little fellas. #TDF http://t.co/K92TkC6qgv" Yeah!— @BrendaPoller 05 July 2014
Stuart Minting in Ripon: "Tour organisers ASO draw applause as they climb hedges beside series of roundabouts to give directions to the riders. Small peleton of North Yorkshire police officers on mountain bikes draws larger cheers. Police pose with fans from Australia and allow them to wear their helmets as the officers wave Australian flags."
Jens Voigt takes the 1st sprint points of #LeTour at Newbiggin. Should be interesting in 3 mins time. Look out for Sagan & Cavendish! #TdF— @BetVictor 05 July 2014
Jens Voigt has sprinted for the intermediate sprint at Newbiggin, and kept going! He’s left the two Frenchmen behind. #TDF2014— @itvcycling 05 July 2014
Riders approaching sprint finish at Newbiggin. Leaders 3'34" ahead of peloton. 111km to go.
Oh dear, bit of a traffic jam on the cote de cray - move those spectators back! #TDF #TDFyorkshire #crowded— @pestell37 05 July 2014
Ilkley fan park watching the climb of 'Cote de Cray' #tdf2014 @cyclingweekly http://t.co/qNhirKdNCt— @RobertSulley 05 July 2014
As suspected, a jam at the Cote de Cray. Some riders having to stop very briefly while road is cleared.
Narrow gaps for leaders to get through as fans fill road at Cote de Cray. Not sure how peloton is going to fit?
Riders at Cote de Cray ahead of sprint into Newbiggin.
Approximately 60km to go before the riders reach Grinton Moor.
Publicity caravan going through #Reeth now #TdF http://t.co/rwGpZTrzRw— @steve_hume 05 July 2014
The moment the race leaders passed through Addingham. Great scenes! https://t.co/pLaV4Ui8pH #tdf2014 #tdf #tdfbd #tdfyorkshire— @AlbFreeman 05 July 2014
Buckden up next with leaders Voigt, Edet and Jarrier three minutes ahead of peloton.
Below, the riders leave Harewood House earlier today.
I'm so proud. You can keep London and the south. Yorkshire is where its at this weekend. Sheffield do us proud tomorrow. #tdf— @GlynCowlishaw 05 July 2014
This bloody #TDF commentator on itv chuffing loves dry stone walls dunt he?!— @livvytomlin 05 July 2014
RT @StuWelch: The TdF leaders passing through Cracoe...#letour #tdf http://t.co/9XFerofhtN— @Blanch6144 05 July 2014
Enterprising yorkshireman finds ideal vantage point for LeTour #letour #TdF http://t.co/wUVUZ9fKwm— @StuWelch 05 July 2014
Welcome to Yorkshire! We'll done mankini guy #echotdf http://t.co/iDRgJSv2gr— @AboutDarlington 05 July 2014
Scott Wilson in Harrogate: "An estimated 20,000 people now in the fan park. Most supporting Cavendish. Race pace is quick so leaders might get to Harrogate slightly earlier than expected for the finish."
You can tell the #TDF is in Yorkshire, a good few minutes commentary on dry stone walls.— @mhalliday 05 July 2014
Supporting the manx missile today @petatodd #tdf http://t.co/oBKuVoJHmC— @LindaKatieKelly 05 July 2014
A police officer gets cheered on by the crowd as he makes a climb before stage one of the Tour de France passes over the Grinton Moor, Yorkshire.
Northern Echo reporter Stuart Minting in Ripon: "Eerie calm in Ripon ahead of the publicity caravan arrival. Hundreds of amateur cyclists tracing the route and large crowds gathering on roadsides and eating picnics. A geniune party atmosphere."
Mon dieu! @itvcycling have just pronounced Cracoe as "Krakow" :-D #letouryorkshire #TDF2014 #epicfail— @Minerva69 05 July 2014
@sky #bluetongueselfie Hugo, Ellie & Aimee on the tour route at Cracoe, Yorks. #Allez #letour. http://t.co/wW1RMkd8Op— @SMSutcliffe 05 July 2014
Leaders approaching Cracoe, three minutes ahead of Peloton.
They're here! #TDF #Skipton http://t.co/Qau2YgKsIT— @_lalabuds 05 July 2014
And the break goes through Skipton and out the moors http://t.co/8iafzZbJli— @ap6cyc 05 July 2014
The leaders going through a packed Skipton. Amazing atmosphere! #bbccycling http://t.co/OpVAR9EjCY— @cambo81 05 July 2014
#TDF average speed of 27mph through the streets of #Skipton - sticking to the speed limit!— @NYorksPolice 05 July 2014
Yorkshire especially Skipton looking beautiful! #goyorkshire #tourdefrance— @Ginger_Line 05 July 2014
RT @yorkshire_dales: The peloton has just passed through Skipton and turned north - if you're in the National Park, brace yourselves! #TDF …— @matty2389 05 July 2014
Leaders make their way through Skipton with fan numbers rivalling Otley but it's a close call.
The leaders now over three minutes ahead of the pack as the riders head for Skipton.
@letour crowds gathering on Grinton Moor http://t.co/If07f1cY8I— @Lakenutrition 05 July 2014
#letouryorkshire getting ready sprint finish newbiggin - not long now http://t.co/s40kMsVQJP— @AMHowarth 05 July 2014
Scott Wilson in Harrogate: "Hardly space to even sit down in the fan park, 250m from the finish line in Harrogate. Fans from all over the country here and a group of about 100 from France."
Scott Wilson reporting from Harrogate: "I'm in Nuffield Health Fan Park in Harrogate and there are thousands here already. Big screens have been showing the early stages of the race through Leeds. One couple who got married yesterday and didn't want to miss the race are watching still in their wedding outfits. Some fans have been queuing for places at the finish line at the Stray since midnight."
The breakaway reaches #Ilkley! #LTcycling #tdfyorks https://t.co/E1dq4wxAOr— @AlexMiller91 05 July 2014
RT @JonnyBrownYEP: What a welcome ilkley #tdfyorks http://t.co/eZnk1CACuK— @LauraBowyerYEP 05 July 2014
Three leaders - Voigt, Edet and Jarrier - 2'19" ahead of the pack.
Tour de France from Otley http://t.co/TwMMlMLh1I— @swaftyowl 05 July 2014
RT @AndyHutchYPN: RT: @Peg_Alexander Priceless. #Otley Live from @LeTourYorkshire. #tdfyorks http://t.co/eg1DsEBTtQ— @TonyHarney1 05 July 2014
Otley done. Tour moves on to neighbouring Ilkley.
Le Tour #Otley #TDF14 worth the wait @doosocial @GHConstruct @Thevirtualpa #grande http://t.co/RxvuPEfyFq— @doomarketing 05 July 2014
RT @LeedsNews: RT: @janetrewhella Ey up. Reet warm. #Otley #tdfyorks http://t.co/2NOTMKwQB0— @sp33dysue 05 July 2014
#Otley crowds for #letouryorkshire are fantastic - well done !!— @ProustM 05 July 2014
The leaders ride through Otley welcomed by thousands of cheering fans. The turnout across Yorkshire so far is staggering.
Riders in the Tour de France head past The Headrow in Leeds earlier today.
The three leaders head away from Poole on their way to Otley, approximately two minutes ahead of the rest.
More of the forward party heading through #skipton @bbcyork @bbctdf #tdf http://t.co/gEg7dUaki2— @4NigelThompson 05 July 2014
The @letouryorkshire @letour finish line is nearly ready. #tdf http://t.co/e80ZJ96q8B— @sportstoursint 05 July 2014
"@letouryorkshire: What could only be described as a royal send off! @ClarenceHouse #TDF (image via @BIGYH) http://t.co/B9UOEC2jaP"— @dybyj 05 July 2014
Crowds wait for riders to arrive near Reeth.
Depart reel is underway with three riders breaking from the pack.
Riders have left Harewood House. Just waiting now for the flag to drop to signal the start of the race.
Mark Cavendish and Chris Froome (front) lead the Grand Depart at the ceremonial start in Leeds.
A royal welcome at Harewood House for the riders.
William, Kate and Harry cut the ribbon to start the next stage of the race and the riders are making the way through the grounds of Harewood House.
The riders are yet to start racing but we're only minutes away.
Still in the ceremonial 'depart fictif' stage. The race proper, 'depart reel', expected to get underway at 12pm.
What a moment as @LeTour leaves #Leeds... What a view from Sheepscar St South @BBCTDF #TDF http://t.co/MyzjHgDaS1— @_PeterSpencer 05 July 2014
The parade! #tdf #skipton http://t.co/Pc2T0W36MU— @Kenambi 05 July 2014
Allez! #TDF #Lads #MamilLife https://t.co/eVWoDgddjS— @lukehelliwell 05 July 2014
A man dressed as a gorilla has just ridden up Grinton Moor. Several people are dressed as comedy Frenchmen. There are lots of Yorkshire flags and different messages have been chalked on the road, including one which reads: "I love gravy"!
The Caravane has gone from #Skipton...now we're waiting for the main event! http://t.co/5MdW097sQu #TDF— @BBCYork 05 July 2014
Big smiles on the faces of the riders as they witness huge support from the people of Yorkshire.
Northern Echo reporter Hannah Chapman: "Just below the summit of Grinton Moor, it's packed with literally tens of thousands of people, some who have been here since 4am. Many got soaked during night-time downpours."
Carol-Ann Glover, who has travelled to Yorkshire from South Australia said: "The Yorkshire scenery is just magnificent and it's great that the weather seems to be improving. We can't wait to see Richie Porte in action and all the other Aussie riders."
Couldn't feel prouder to be Yorkshire today #TDF #GrandDepart http://t.co/HcnK9xDPCs— @Leeds_Talk 05 July 2014
First #tourdewot of the day.......cheers to a brilliant @letouryorkshire @mashamevents #echotdf http://t.co/cW3ZupF32a— @paul450tvr 05 July 2014
A sea of people in Leeds as thousands line the streets to cheer on the riders.
The Grand Departs! The ceremonial start has begun in Leeds.
Appleton's pork butchers in Ripon, home of the pie-cycle, has queues out of the door with spectators wanting components of the meaty artwork.
Ripon Mayor Mick Stanley enters spirit of Le Grand Depart by undertaking four minute cycling challenge in market square as giant grasshopper gives out freebies to children.
Large crowds gathering in Ripon Market Place. Shopkeepers reporting brisk trade, with customers from as far afield as Australia.
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Leeds Bradford Airport has launched a Tour de Yorkshire app, allowing users to compete in a virtual bike race through Yorkshire. Visit tourdeyorkshiregame.com
York Minster has put a huge yellow jersey banner on the roof at the top of its central tower to celebrate the Grand Depart.
It will be on top of the gothic cathedral throughout this weekend.
A rush on French baguettes by customers at Waitrose supermarket in York has resulted in the store selling out. Customers in the city's high end supermarket are also reportedly stocking up on strawberries and champagne as the York branch says it has seen sales increase 11 per cent this week.
This may be useful #TDF http://t.co/xy3x7BbvXt— @travelwithlynn 04 July 2014
Reeth Post Office gets in the mood for the Tour de France by wearing a polka-dot jersey
Chris Froome puts in an appearance in Reeth
Just gruelled my way up Grinton - about 700ft - but in honour of Tour de France I did it in staged #echotdf http://t.co/qgsZYLlGqv— @Echochrislloyd 04 July 2014
And also from our sport pages, here's news of leading sprinter Michael Matthews missing the Tour de France after suffering a crash in training:
Here's the full details of Alberto Contador press conference ahead of tomorrow's opening stage
The last batch of teams are holding their pre-race press conferences in Leeds today.
Former champion Alberto Contador has described Chris Froome as "the big favourite", and also predicted that Sunday's second stage between York and Sheffield will lead to "some important time differences" in the general classification.
Orica Green Edge team leader Simon Gerrans has said that he is targeting a stage win on day two.
Much of the focus so far has been on tomorrow's stage between Leeds and Sheffield, but in terms of the make-up of the overall race, Sunday's stage should be an absolute cracker.
NYCC have apologised after "over-zealous" street cleaners removed a Union Jack flag on Grinton Moor #echotdf http://t.co/00SwNKpUPG— @TheNorthernEcho 04 July 2014
RT @TheNorthernEcho: Roads in Wensleydale filling up with traffic ahead of Tour de France #echotdf http://t.co/GyafGLv6T2— @RTM_ChrisDruce 04 July 2014
Camera crews in Hawes. #echotdf http://t.co/thK3bbn43Y— @TheNorthernEcho 04 July 2014
A fiver to stand in a field near Buttertubs. One cyclist called this an f***** disgrace. #echotdf http://t.co/isdJXDzknu— @TheNorthernEcho 04 July 2014
Inspired by the Tour de France, cerebral palsy sufferer Richard Lovett, 43, is trying to cycle 874 miles from Lands End to John O'Groats to raise money for Cancer Research UK
Staff from 21 Newcastle Building Society branches are cycling the distance of the Tour de France (3,656km) on exercise bikes in their offices from July 14 to 19, in aid of a range of charities and good causes
The Royal Mail is to issue a special postmark to mark the Tour De France Grand Départ. It will be printed on mail delivered across the UK on Satuday and will say '‘Yorkshire Grand Départ Tour De France 2014’.
Someone is cooking my dinner #echotdf http://t.co/cWZYsRuQQq— @Echochrislloyd 04 July 2014
Daniel and Matt from Global Cycling Network check out the route for Stage 1 of the Tour de France. Here's what they found...
Saturday Spotlight in tomorrow's sport section profiles Mark Cavendish as he attempts to win the opening stage that finishes in Harrogate, the hometown of his mother, Adele.
If Cavendish wins, he moves into third position on his own on the all-time list of Tour stage wins, and will also claim the race's yellow jersey for the first time in his career.
Here's Paddy Power's current odds for Stage One:
Mark Cavendish 2-1, Marcel Kittel 21-20, Andre Greipel 5-1, Peter Sagan 7-1, Arnaud Demare 11-1, John Degenkolb 20-1.
Who's your money on?
RT @WestYorksPolice: Motorcyclists from @WYP_RPU leading riders from @Gendarmerie on their way from #Hull to #Leeds. #TDF @letouryorkshire …— @RobParsonsYP 04 July 2014
Thanks to the work of the Tourmakers at @letouryorkshire @letour for help making Le Grand Depart take place #TDF http://t.co/kcVB1b0PGC— @sportstoursint 04 July 2014
RT @THINKgovuk: Here are some #cycle safety tips to help keep ourselves and others safe. http://t.co/CTAbbFNbR4— @GMPAshton 04 July 2014
Here's today's Scott Wilson Column profiling the way in which Yorkshire is gearing up for its weekend in the sporting spotlight:
And here's why Richie Porte is confident that Team Sky will propel Chris Froome to another victory in this year's race:
Coming into Arkengarthdale to drop into Swaledale for #echotdf http://t.co/lOfTVI8h3Z— @Echochrislloyd 04 July 2014
Bunting hangs from homes across a West Tanfield street
Road side sculptures in Leyburn, in the Yorkshire Dales
A scarecrow at Burley in Wharfdale to welcome the Tour de France
Workmen steam clean a Union Flag off the road near Reeth ahead of the race passing through tomorrow
Alpacca's painted in the Tour de France leading jersey colours walk down roads that will be used for the race near Reeth
@mazziev tweeted: "Big well done to all in Yorkshire who have put your all into the #TDF you wouldn't even know it was coming to East Anglia!"
Barriers and marquees in Bainbridge ahead of the Tour de France
Dave and Hannah Cousins putting up some last minute decorations in Worton
Skipton Police tweeted: "Lots of cyclists on #TDF route today. B6265 from Skipton exceptionally popular - Pls be patient and watch your speed if driving."
DARLINGTON soroptimists Barbara Brown and Sue Fortescue are among 5,000 the Tour Makers helping the Grand Depart run smoothly this weekend.
Mrs Fortescue was a Games Maker during the London Olympics and decided to get involved again this time around 'because I had such a wonderful time in 2012."
She will be volunteering in Leeds city centre, while Mrs Brown has been allocated a role in the Leyburn area.
Sixty-year-old Gordon Peacock can watch the Tour pass through from his front door in Muker in the Yorkshire Dales.
Getting close !!!!! #TDF #Yorkshire #AussiesOnHoliday http://t.co/KWeFbz3YzC— @LycraJedi 04 July 2014
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The excitements building on Grinton moor for #LeTourYorkshire #echotdf http://t.co/K9BFVA3WAC— @GaryFoster 01 July 2014
#letouryorkshire Bunting is work in progress for the campsite at @HazelbrowfarmVC #echotdf http://t.co/c4jWHdTBWh— @GaryFoster 02 July 2014
The Northern Echo can confirm there is toilet paper in the toilets at the top of Grinton Moor ahead of #tdf #echotdf http://t.co/ViOM6h8Lzn— @TheNorthernEcho 03 July 2014
Tent in, bike in, pillow in, Kraftwerk CDs in, waterproofs in. I'm off to #echotdf what's traffic like in Richmond? http://t.co/5t6aY0MD9c— @Echochrislloyd 04 July 2014