• The fourth stage took the riders 160 kilometres from the Camel Race Track to Al Khor Corniche
  • Ian Stannard prepares for the longest stage of the race
  • Geraint Thomas and Mathew Hayman sort out the sun cream
  • A three-man break was determined to make it hard for the peloton
  • Luke Rowe gets a push from mechanic Alan Williams after a puncture
  • Stannard drops back for a word with Sports Director Servais Knaven
  • BMC did their best to protect Brent Bookwalter but the American would eventually lose the race lead
  • Gabriel Rasch worked hard for the cause to chase down the break
  • BMC and Orica-GreenEDGE were among the teams riding on the front
  • Mathew Hayman crashed on the final run-in and was taken to hospital for precautionary checks
  • With the escapees closed down things were all set for a bunch sprint
  • Edvald Boasson Hagen was forced to check-up in his sprint and finished ninth
  • At the finish it was Mark Cavendish who again took the win...
  • ...Moving himself into the race lead by two seconds in the process

Tour of Qatar stage four gallery

The fourth stage took the riders 160 kilometres from the Camel Race Track to Al Khor Corniche