2. 00:15 British Prime Minister David Cameron with his son
3. 00:20 Stage winner Marcel Kittel
4. 00:26 SOUNDBITE: (English) Marcel Kittel, stage winner (on winning the first stage of the Tour de France for a second year in a row):
"It's a great win because I think it's harder to win a second time in a row and the team did a great, great job. I think we did a perfect lead out today. We had no big chaos in the final. It was a really nice victory and I'm really happy I can give that jersey back to the boys for their hard work."
5. 00:50 Stage winner Marcel Kittel
6. 00:53 SOUNDBITE: (English) Marcel Kittel, stage winner (on how the stage developed):
"It was a very tough one. The good thing was together with the other sprinter teams we could control the day, make it an easy day. The breakaway was going really quick, we could control it, go relatively easy through the mountain qualifications. That was very important to make a mass sprint with fresh sprinters and it could have been different, but I'm of course happy that it was like that."
7. 01:24 Stage winner Marcel Kittel celebrates with his friends
8. 01:43 SOUNDBITE: (English) Marcel Kittel, stage winner (on Mark Cavendish's crash in the final sprint):
"That's of course absolutely not what we want as riders here. I hope that he gets well soon, that there is no serious injury. It's of course very disappointing to crash in a sprint like this in front of his home crowd. The risk for a crash is always there and I wish to see him tomorrow at the start and wish him all the best."
9. 02:10 'King of the Mountains' leader Jens Voigt
10. 02:16 SOUNDBITE: (English) Jens Voigt, 'King of the Mountains' leader (on why he broke away early in the race by himself):
"If I want that jersey I should go now. I should make it a long hard, nasty, sticky effort. Because that's what I'm good at. Whatever is nasty and sticky is good for me. Whatever makes the race hard is good for me. I could successfully manage to drop them two and took the other two mountains. But I was tired. At the end of the last climb I was like 'oi, oi, oi, what was I thinking?'. But that's OK, I've got the jersey and I'm happy."
11. 02:47 Trek Factory racing team bus
12. 02:51 SOUNDBITE: (French) Jens Voigt, 'King of the Mountains' leader:
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13. 03:04 Stage runner-up Peter Sagan speaking to the media
14. 03:10 SOUNDBITE: (English) Peter Sagan, Stage one runner-up (on the final sprint):
"The last climb, it was also good because the group was in the line, but then also it was dangerous, and there was one crash and, yes.... After, I was thinking we (had) come to the sprint, so when (Fabian) Cancellara attacked, but.... I'm happy for second place and yes, the Tour de France it's a long way to come to Paris."
Reaction after Marcel Kittel won the first stage of the 2014 Tour de France in Harrogate, England on Saturday (July 5th).
Germany's Marcel Kittel spoke to the media on Saturday, after winning the opening stage of the Tour de France in Harrogate.
Kittel beat Peter Sagan to the line in a sprint finish and won the opening stage of cycling's greatest race for a second year in succession.
The vast British crowd had hoped to see Mark Cavendish claim the stage win in the town where his mother was born, but it was not to be for the 'Manx Missile'.
Cavendish crashed inside the final 250 metres after colliding with Simon Gerrans and the Briton's continuing participation in this year's race is now in the balance.
Popular rider Jens Voigt of Germany, who is now 42 years old, led the way over two of the day's climbs to claim the 'King of the Mountains' competition's polka dot jersey - a fabled garment he first wore 16 years ago in the 1998 Tour de France.