High-speed wreck disrupts Tour, overshadows tight finish

Stage 3 of the Tour de France saw Spain's Joaquim Rodriguez out-duel other big names on the uphill finish to take the stage victory, but what happened before Monday's four late climbs overshadowed the late battles.

A heavy crash with about 37 miles remaining in the stage saw 20 riders go down, including leader Fabian Cancellara, who ceded the yellow jersey after tumbling hard and eventually withdrew after tests revealed fractured vertebra.

Here's a look at some of the damage resulting from the high-speed pileup, which caused five total riders to abandon the race and saw the peloton neutralized and then stopped altogether for nearly 20 minutes at the base of the first climb.