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Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 16:07 GMT 17:07 UK
RACE REVIEW


Lance Armstrong - winner of the Tour de France, 2000 Armstrong rides to victory
American cyclist Lance Armstrong rides into the record books to win the Tour de France for the second straight year.
Tour winners and losers
A win for Lance's 'little guy'
Final Tour standings
Stage results
Tough Texan's battle
Zabel: The green man


HOW THE RACE WAS WON: STAGE ONE

Briton takes yellow jersey
Scotland's David Millar takes the Tour de France leader's yellow jersey on his very first appearance in the race.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage one in pictures


STAGE TWO

Steels takes first sprint
Britain's David Millar retains the Tour de France leader's yellow jersey as Belgium's Tom Steels wins the race's first bunch sprint.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage two in pictures


STAGE THREE

David Millar Millar survives crash
David Millar retains his Tour de France yellow jersey despite crashing on the third stage of the race, won by Tom Steels.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage three in pictures


STAGE FOUR

jalabert Jalabert takes over in yellow
A superb performance by ONCE in the team time trial put former world No.1 Laurent Jalabert into the yellow jersey
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage four in pictures


STAGE FIVE

Wust times it right
A brilliant move by German Marcel Wust secures a first stage win at the Tour de France - with Laurent Jalabert remaining overall race leader.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage five in pictures


STAGE SIX

Van Bon claims win Van Bon grabs stage win
Leon van Bon claims the sixth stage of the Tour de France but Alberto Elli grabs the yellow jersey.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage six in pictures


STAGE SEVEN

Agnolutto breaks away for win
Frenchman Christophe Agnolutto wins the seventh stage of the Tour de France after a heroic lone breakaway.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage seven in pictures


STAGE EIGHT

Erik Dekker Dekker claims first victory
Erik Dekker has won the eighth stage of the Tour de France - his first Tour victory in seven years.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage eight in pictures


STAGE NINE

Bettini's last gasp win
Paolo Bettini gives Italy their first stage win in the 2000 Tour de France - after a four-man breakaway group stays just clear at the line.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage nine in pictures


STAGE 10

Armstrong takes yellow jersey
Defending champion Lance Armstrong takes the Tour de France lead while Javier Oxtoa wins the first mountain stage of the race.
Stage 10 roadwatch
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 10 in pictures


STAGE 11

Erik Dekker Dekker's double delight
Dutchman Erik Dekker wins stage 11 of the Tour de France - his second success in the space of four days, after seven years of trying.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 11 in pictures


STAGE 12

Champions win together
Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong increases his race lead as predecessor Marco Pantani wins the stage on Mont Ventoux.
Stage 12 roadwatch
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 12 in pictures


STAGE 13

Acosta wrecks French hopes
Spaniard Vicente Garcia Acosta claimed the 13th stage of the Tour de France to wreck France's Bastille Day celebrations.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 13 in pictures


STAGE 14

Le Tour de France Botero claims Alpine glory
Colombia's Santiago Botero wins the marathon 14th stage to take the King of the Mountains jersey and jump to eighth position in the Tour.
Stage 14 roadwatch
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 14 in pictures


STAGE 15

Marco Pantani Pantani plunders stage win
Marco 'The Pirate' Pantani leaves the field in his wake to claim a famous victory in Sunday's stage 15 of the Tour de France.
Stage 15 roadwatch
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 15 in pictures


STAGE 16

Virenque completes his comeback
Richard Virenque wins his first Tour de France stage in three years, Lance Armstrong survives his toughest day as leader.
Stage 16 roadwatch
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 16 in pictures


STAGE 17

Erik Dekker Dekker grabs hat-trick
Erik Dekker of Holland wins a furious sprint finish to take the 17th stage of the Tour de France.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 17 in pictures


STAGE 18

Salvatore Commesso Commesso sprints to victory
Salvatore Commesso beats Alexandre Vinoukorov in a sprint finish to win the 18th stage of the Tour de France.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 18 in pictures


STAGE 19

Armstrong charges towards Paris
Lance Armstrong confirms his dominance of the 2000 Tour de France with a superb win in Friday's time trial stage.
Stage 19 in pictures


STAGE 20

Zabel wins longest day
Erik Zabel takes his first Tour de France finish for three years after the longest stage of the race - Lance Armstrong remains overall leader.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 20 in pictures


STAGE 21

Zanini's stage on Armstrong's day
Lance Armstrong celebrates his Tour de France win with his son - after Stefano Zanini took the final stage of the race.
Brotherton's Tour moment
Stage 21 in pictures


SPECIAL FEATURES: SEAN YATES

Lance Armstrong Lance joins Tour legends
Britain's Sean Yates tells BBC Sport Online that Lance Armstrong, a former team-mate, has now joined cycling's all-time greats.
Armstrong's dominance a lesson
Yates: Lance is ready to repeat
It's all in the head for Armstrong
Motivation is key to team success
Yates: Millar has sights on white


RACE PREVIEWS

Making merry and making history
British Tour de France debutant David Millar admits "he likes to party" but he is determined to become one of the cycling greats.
David Millar: Britain's new hope
A war still to be won


FAN'S GUIDE

Remembering Mr Tom
On Thursday the Tour de France remembers Tom Simpson - the British rider who died by the roadside in 1967.
Britain at the Tour
A-Z of Le Tour
Climbing the Giant
Following the circus
Five Tour greats
Tour 2000: Web links
Tour records and winners

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