Tour de France Guide

The 2010 Tour de France takes place July 3_25 and in order to help get you ready for the race, we’ve put together a guide complete with start times, facts and odds.

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Date: July 3 – July 25

Region: France and nearby countries

Discipline: Road

Type: Stage race (Grand Tour)

Organizer: ASO

Race director: Christian Prudhomme

Facts

First Winner: Maurice Garin (France)

Most All-Time Wins: Lance Armstrong with seven (USA)

Most Recent Winner: Alberto Contador (Spanish)

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Past 10 Winners:

2000: Lance Armstrong (USA)

2001: Lance Armstrong (USA)

2002: Lance Armstrong (USA)

2003: Lance Armstrong (USA)

2004: Lance Armstrong (USA)

2005: Lance Armstrong (USA)

2006: Oscar Pereiro (Spain)

2007: Alberto Contador (Spain)

2008: Carlos Sastre (Spain)

2009: Alberto Contador (Spain)

Race Schedule:

0 Saturday, July 3            8 km

Rotterdam (NL)

1 Sunday, July 4            224 km

Rotterdam (NL) → Brussels (BE)

2 Monday, July 5            192 km

Brussels (BE) → Spa (BE)

3 Tuesday, July 6            207 km

Wanze (BE) → Arenberg

4 Wednesday, July 7            150 km

Cambrai → Reims

5 Thursday, July 8            185 km

Epernay → Montargis

6 Friday, July 9            225 km

Montargis → Gueugnon

7 Saturday, July 10            161 km

Tournus → Station des Rousses

8 Sunday, July 11            189 km

Station des Rousses → Morzine-Avoriaz

R Monday, July 12

Rest day in Morzine-Avoriaz

9 Tuesday, July 13            204 km

Morzine-Avoriaz → La Toussuire

10 Wednesday, July 14        179 km

Chambery → Gap

11 Thursday, July 15            180 km

Sisteron → Bourg-les-Valence

12 Friday, July 16            210 km

Bourge-de-Peage → Mende

13 Saturday, July 17            195 km

Rodez → Revel

14 Sunday, July 18            184 km

Revel → Ax-3 Domaines

15 Monday, July 19            187 km

Pamiers → Bagneres-de-Luchon

16 Tuesday, July 20            196 km

Bagneres-de-Luchon → Pau

R Wednesday, July 21       

Rest day in Pau

17 Thursday, July 22            174 km

Pau → Col du Tourmalet

18 Friday, July 23            190 km

Salies-de-Béarn → Bordeaux

19 Saturday, July 24            51 km

Bordeaux → Pauillac

20 Sunday, July 25            105 km

Longjumeau → Champs-Elysées

Total Distance 3596 km

Teams and Riders:

AG2R-La Mondiale (France) Efimkin, Roche, Valjavec

Astana (Kazakhstan) Contador, Vinokourov

BBOX Bouygues Telecom (France) Fedrigo, Voeckler

Caisse d'Epargne (Spain) LL Sanchez, Moreau

Cofidis (France) Dumoulin, Moncoutie, Moinard, Taaramae

Euskaltel-Euskadi (Spain) S Sanchez

Française des Jeux (France) Casar, Di Gregorio, Le Mevel

Footon-Servetto (Spain) Cardoso

HTC-Columbia (USA) Cavendish, Rogers

Lampre (Italy) Cunego, Petacchi

Liquigas (Italy) Basso, Nibali, Kreuziger, Bennati

Milram (Germany) Gerdemann, Ciolek

Omega Pharma-Lotto (Belgium) Gilbert

Quick Step (Belgium) Boonen, Chavanel

Rabobank (Netherlands) Menchov, Gesink, Freire

Saxo Bank (Denmark) A Schleck, F Schleck, Cancellara

Six teams handed wildcard places

Radioshack (USA) Armstrong, Leipheimer, Kloden, Brajkovic

Team Sky (Great Britain) Wiggins, Lofkvist, Gerrans, Boasson Hagen

Katusha (Russia) Pozzato, Kirchen, McEwen, Karpets, Rodriguez

Garmin-Transitions (USA) Farrar, Vande Velde, Millar, Martin

Cervélo (Switzerland) Hushovd, Sastre

BMC Racing (USA) Evans, Hincapie

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Posted: 4/6/10 4:46PM ET

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