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Tour de France day by day

Tour de France 2010
Started: 3 July, Rotterdam Finished: 25 July, Paris
Over three weeks, the 97th Tour de France covered 3,642km, with a prologue time trial followed by 20 stages.

Here is a rundown of the winners of every stage, with a link to each day's report.

Prologue: Rotterdam
Winner: Fabian Cancellara - Report

Stage 1: Rotterdam-Brussels
Winner: Alessandro Petacchi - Report

Stage 2: Brussels - Spa
Winner: Sylvain Chavanel - Report

Stage 3: Wanze - Arenberg Porte du Hainaut
Winner: Thor Hushovd - Report Photos

Stage 4: Cambrai - Reims
Winner: Alessandro Petacchi- Report

Stage 5: Epernay - Montargis
Winner: Mark Cavendish - Report

Stage 6: Montargis - Gueugnon
Winner: Mark Cavendish - Report

Stage 7: Tournus - Station des Rousses
Winner: Sylvain Chavanel - Report

Stage 8: Station des Rousses - Morzine-Avoriaz
Winner: Andy Schleck - Report

Stage 9: Morzine-Avoriaz - Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne
Winner: Sandy Casar - Report

Stage 10: Chambery-Gap
Winner: Sergio Paulinho - Report

Stage 11: Sisteron - Bourg-les-Valence
Winner: Mark Cavendish - Report

Stage 12: Bourg-de-Peage - Mende
Winner: Joaquim Rodriguez - Report

Stage 13: Rodez - Revel
Winner: Alexandre Vinokourov - Report

Stage 14 - Revel - Ax 3 Domaines
Winner: Christophe Riblon - Report

Stage 15: Pamiers - Bagneres-de-Luchon
Winner: Thomas Voeckler - Report

Stage 16: Bagneres-de-Luchon - Pau
Winner: Pierrick Fedrigo - Report

Stage 17: Pau - Col du Tourmalet
Winner: Andy Schleck - Report

Stage 18: Salies-de-Bearn - Bordeaux
Winner: Mark Cavendish - Report

Stage 19: Bordeaux - Pauillac
Winner: Fabian Cancellara - Report

Stage 20: Longjumeau - Paris Champs-Elysees
Winner: Mark Cavendish - Report



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see also
Contador seals third Tour victory
25 Jul 10 |  Cycling
Tour de France 2010 guide
02 Jul 10 |  Cycling
Contador seals 2009 Tour victory
26 Jul 09 |  Cycling


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