Bendigo's Jack Haig remains within the top 50 riders in the general classification of the Tour de France standings.
Haig climbed three spots on the standings to 34th position after finishing the 217.5km 10th stage from Saint-Flour to Albi with a final time of 4:51:56, 2:17 behind stage winner Wout Van Aert of Belgium.
Haig's overall race time is 43:44:55.
Haig and the riders will now have a rest before continuing the race on Wednesday evening AEST for the 167km 11th stage from Albi to Toulouse.
Haig's 34th position is the best the Mitchelton-Scott team rider has been able to achieve so far on the 21 stage annual event, considered to be the pinnacle of road cycling.
The current overall race leader is France's Julian Alaphilippe with a time of 43:27:15.
Richie Porte is currently the best Australian in 20th position with a time of 43:31:14.
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