Who was the winner of Tour de France in 2003?

Who was the winner of Tour de France in 2003?

Lance Armstrong
2003 Tour de France

Winner Lance Armstrong none
Second Jan Ullrich ( GER ) (Team Bianchi)
Third Alexander Vinokourov ( KAZ ) (Team Telekom)
Points Baden Cooke ( AUS ) (FDJeux.com)
Mountains Richard Virenque ( FRA ) (Quick-Step–Davitamon)

Has anyone ever won the Tour de France without winning a stage?

Riders can win the Tour de France without winning a stage, as Chris Froome did in 2017. Time bonuses of 10, six, and four seconds are given to stage winners though, creating incentive for those general classification riders to chase individual victories and lower their overall time.

Who won most stages in Tour de France?

Mark Cavendish
Mark Cavendish has the most mass finish stage wins with 34 ahead of André Darrigade and André Leducq with 22, François Faber with 19 and Eddy Merckx with 18. The youngest Tour de France stage winner is Fabio Battesini, who was 19 when he won one stage 3 in the 1931 Tour de France.

Who was the winner of the Tour de France in 2002?

The 2002 Tour de France was a multiple-stage bicycle race held from 6 to 28 July, and the 89th edition of the Tour de France. The event started in Luxembourg and ended in Paris. The Tour circled France counter-clockwise, visiting the Pyrenees before the Alps. It has no overall winner—although American cyclist Lance Armstrong originally…

When did the Tour de France start and end?

List of all Tour de France stage victories from 1903 to 20.9

Who was the youngest person to win the Tour de France?

In 1969, Eddy Merckx won the yellow jersey, the green jersey and the polka dot jersey, the only man ever to do so in a single Tour de France. He also has the most stage wins with 34. Mark Cavendish powered to a stage win on 30 occasions. The youngest winner ever was Henri Cornet, winning the 1904 Tour at 19 years of age.

Where are the flat parcours in the Tour de France?

Flat parcours are schedule on stage 1 and 3 in Nice, stage 5 in Privas, stage 7 in Lavaur, stage 10 in Ile de Re Saint-Martin-de-Re, stage 11 in Poiters, stage 14 in Lyon, stage 19 in Champagnole and the stage 21 finale in Paris. The 2020 Tour de France route will suit the pure climbers of the peloton.