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  Sunday, 28 July, 2002, 16:18 GMT 17:18 UK
Armstrong takes fourth Tour title

Lance Armstrong gets off to a good start as the Tour begins with the prologue stage
Lance Armstrong starts the Tour in style, blazing to victory in the opening prologue time trial

Lance Armstrong and the other members of the US Postal Service Team ride together during the team time trial between Epernay to Chateau-Thierry
Armstrong guides his US Postal Service team to second place during the fourth stage team time trial

Francais des jeux rider Bradley McGee powers through to win stage seven
Disaster for Lance in stage seven as a crash loses him 26 seconds and allows Australia's Bradley McGee to win

Botero surprises race observers by beating Armstrong into second place
A shock for Armstrong in stage nine as Santiago Botero hands Lance his first time trial defeat for four years

Lance Armstrong wears the yellow jersey again after stage 11
Armstrong makes his mark on the first mountain stage for the fourth year in a row to don the yellow jersey

Armstrong keeps a firm grip on the yellow jersey after stage 11
Armstrong tightens his grip on the yellow over the subsequent stages, despite some tough climbs

Amstrong looks set for a fourth straight Tour de France title
Business as usual on stage 18 as Armstrong dominates the Tour with an overall lead of over five minutes

Armstrong celebrates en route and is crowned 2002 champion in Paris
Vitually assured of the title at stage 20, Armstrong drinks champagne en route before being crowned

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