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  Monday, 22 July, 2002, 00:36 GMT 01:36 UK
Millar sprints to victory
Tour de France, 13th stage
Lavelanet to Beziers, 171km

The peloton ride through the a field of sunflowers
The peloton ride through the a field of sunflowers during the stage

David Millar (centre) outsprints Laurent Brochard of France and Jean Delatour
David Millar outsprints French duo Laurent Brochard and Jean Delatour in a thrilling finale to the stage

Millar's stage victory is the first road stage win by a Briton since 1995
Millar's stage victory is the first road stage win by a Briton since Max Sciandri won in St Etienne in 1995

Race leader Lance Armstrong was 30th on stage 13
Lance Armstrong holds onto the yellow jersey despite finishing 30th in this stage

 Robbie McEwen picks up the green jersey given  the tour's best sprinter
Millar takes the stage as Australia's Robbie McEwen picks up the best sprinter's green jersey
All the actiion from the world's greatest bike race

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