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  Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 16:33 GMT 17:33 UK
Lance Armstrong speeds by Brotherton's Tour moments
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton looks back on the 2001 Tour de France, a race that put recent drugs problems in the shade.
Erik Zabel Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 20
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton sees a dramatic conclusion and heartbreak for one rider on the Tour de France's final day.
Stuart O'Grady Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 19
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton sees the race for the green jersey hot up on the penultimate stage of the Tour de France.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 18
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton says it's a case of dejŠ vu for the top three riders on the 2001 Tour de France.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 17
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton sees former tiler Serge Baguet take victory in the 17th stage of the Tour de France.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 16
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton sees Australia's Bradley McGhee give his all in a bid to win the stage into Sarran.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 15
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reports on how a simple wasp sting has led to a retirement from the tour.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 14
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on the mutual respect between Lance Armstrong and Jan Ullrich.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 13
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on a dramatic day and a close escape for German cyclist Jan Ullrich.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 12
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton finds his day thrown into chaos when the press phonelines go down - and stay down.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 11
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton salutes the new approach of Lance Armstrong, who is trying to charm the French media.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage 10
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton watches a brother come up short but finish on top after one of the Tour's most famous climbs.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage nine
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on the Australian impact on this year's Tour.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage eight
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on the rain-swept misfortune of the peloton, after a remarkable day of racing.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage seven
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on the Laurence Jalabert's Bastille Day triumph in Colmar.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage six
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on the dramatic sprint at the end of stage six.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage five
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton questions a US Postal team order that cost defending champion Lance Armstrong valuable seconds.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage four
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on American Bobby Julich's attempt to clinch the yellow jersey.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage three
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on Stuart O'Grady's change of fortunes in Belgium.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage two
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on Paul Van Hyfte's five minutes of fame.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Stage one
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on a bizarre train delay as his Tour moment of the day.
Brotherton's Tour moment: Prologue
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton picks David Millar's crash as his first Tour De France moment of the day.
A rue with a view
BBC News Online's Andrew Webster fulfilled an ambition by crossing to France to watch the giants of the Tour in the flesh.
Mountain mayhem unfolds
BBC Sport Online reports from Alpe d'Huez, as the atmosphere builds for Tuesday's Tour visit.
Armstrong aided by Alpine deluge
BBC Sport Online's Chris Russell reports from a wet Alpe d'Huez, a day before the Tour's arrival there on Tuesday.

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