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how it started
the race route
In 1904 Maurice Garin entered the race again and won but was later stripped of his metal beacuse he took the train .
he won 7 consecutive le tour de France races. from 1999 to 2005
le tour de france
Le tour de France is a bike race held in France. Has been going on since 1904. It began as a way to win circulation war with competing sports newspaper. this idea was presented to Desgrange the editor of L'Auto.
There are 6 different stages over 6 days. Riders didn't have to finish a stage, they could abounded it and go on to the other stage the other days but they only qualified for stage prizes not general classification.
60 starters and 21 classified finishers
the race was 2,428 km raced at an average speed of 25.68 km/hr.
1Maurice Garin (La Française)93h 33m 00s
2.Lucien Pothier (La Française)@ 2hr 49min 45sec
3Fernand Augereau (La Française)@ 4hr 29min 38sec
4Rodolfo Muller (La Française)@ 4hr 39min 30sec
5Jean Fischer (La Française)@ 4hr 58min 44sec
6Marcel Kerff (Belgium)@ 5hr 52min 24sec
7Julien Lootens "Samson" (Brennabor)@ 8hr 31min 8sec
8Georges Pasquier (France)@ 10hr 24min 4sec
9François Beaugendre (France)@ 10hr 52min 14sec
10 Aloïs Catteau (La Française)@ 12hr 44min 57sec
11Jean Dargassis (France)@ 13hr 39min 40sec
12Ferdinand Payan (Champeyrache)@ 19hr 9min 2sec
13Julien Girbe (Cycles J.C.)@ 23hr 16min 52sec
14Isidore Lechartier (France)@ 24hr 5min 13sec
15Josef Fischer (Diamant)@ 25hr 14min 26sec
16Alexandre Foureaux (France)@ 31hr 50min 52sec
17Gaston-René Salais (Damas)@ 32hr 34min 43sec
18Emile Moulin (France)@ 49hr 43min 15sec
19Georges Borot (France)@ 51hr 37min 38sec
20Pierre Desvages (France)@ 62hr 53min 54sec
21Arsène Millocheau (France)@ 64h 47m 22s
born a triathlete
He placed 11th in the World Championship Road Race
Lance was also stripped of his metals later because of drug use.
"I am deeply flawed ... and I'm paying the price for it, and I think that's okay. I deserve this."
[On being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles for doping as a pro cyclist.]
– Lance Armstrong
Lance Armstrong (US Postal) 91hr 32min 16sec
Alex Zülle (Banesto) @ 7min 37sec
Fernando Escartin (Kelme) @ 10min 26sec
Laurent Dufaux (Saeco) @ 14min 43sec
Angel Luis Casero (Vitalicio Seguros) @ 15min 11sec
Abraham Olano (ONCE) @ 16min 47sec
Daniele Nardello (Mapei) @ 17min 2sec
Richard Virenque (Polti) @ 17min 28sec
Wladimir Belli (Festina) @ 17min 37sec
Andrea Peron (ONCE) @ 23min 10sec
Kurt Van De Wouwer (Lotto) @ 23min 32sec
David Etxebarria (ONCE) @ 26min 41sec
Tyler Hamilton (US Postal) @ 26min 53sec
Stéphane Heulot (FDJ) @ 27min 58sec
Roland Meier (Cofidis) @ 28min 44sec
the results of the race in 1999