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Oscar Pereiro, left, and Floyd Landis.
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Oscar Pereiro, left, will likely be named Tour de France champion.
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Oscar Pereiro finished second but will likely be named the Tour de France winner. Race organizers said Saturday they no longer recognized Floyd Landis as the champion after his "B" sample confirmed a positive doping test. Story

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Lance says Team Discovery wants to sign Landis
Lance Armstrong says the Discovery Channel team has been so impressed by Floyd Landis that they want to sign him.

Landis' Mennonite hometown celebrates in muted fashion
As Floyd Landis crossed the Tour de France finish line Sunday, his devout Mennonite parents were riding their own bicycles home from church.

Lance, Tour director Leblanc have 'good meeting'
Lance Armstrong and Tour de France race director Jean-Marie Leblanc took a step toward reconciliation Saturday, meeting on the Discovery Channel team bus.

Dropped call: T-Mobile fires former Tour champ Ullrich
Former Tour de France champion Jan Ullrich has been fired by his T-Mobile team, several weeks after he was linked to a Spanish doctor charged with doping.

Caple: A remarkable story
The most remarkable story in sports right now isn't Barbaro's broken leg or waiting for Barry Bonds to be indicted. It's the amazing comeback of Floyd Landis.

Hood: Putting Landis' ride into perspective
Just how historic was Floyd Landis' ride back into the Tour de France hunt? Andrew Hood skims through the record books.

Pereiro unhappy with CSC for not pursuing Landis
Yellow jersey holder Oscar Pereiro has hit out at rival team CSC for their refusal to try and catch Floyd Landis during Thursday's 17th stage of the Tour de France.

Julich Diary: The most amazing ride I've ever seen
We're all eating our words after Floyd Landis delivered one of the biggest performances Bobby Julich as ever seen.

ESPN The Magazine: Pain Train to Paris Insider
What's it like to be Floyd Landis? ESPN The Magazine's Tim Keown tries to find out.

Rabobank sprinter Freire withdraws from Tour
Oscar Freire of Spain has pulled out of the Tour de France, organizers said Friday.

Lance in no mood to forgive Tour director Leblanc
Lance Armstrong is in no mood to forgive Tour de France race director Jean-Marie Leblanc.

Hood: As Tour hits mountains, reality hits Hincapie, Discovery
George Hincapie had high hopes heading into this year's Tour. But Lance Armstrong's shoes are just too big to fill, writes Andrew Hood.


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THE STAGES
Prologue: 7.1 km Time Trial, Saturday, July 1
Strasbourg -- Winner: Hushovd | Results
Stage 1: 184.5 km, Sunday, July 2
Strasbourg to Strasbourg -- Winner: Jimmy Casper | Results
Stage 2: 228.5 km, Monday, July 3
Obernai to Esch-sur-Alzette -- Winner: R. McEwen | Results
Stage 3: 216.5 km, Tuesday, July 4
Esch-sur-Alzette to Valkenburg -- Winner: Kessler | Results
Stage 4: 207 km, Wednesday, July 5
Huy to Saint-Quentin -- Winner: R. McEwen | Results
Stage 5: 225 km, Thursday, July 6
Beauvais to Caen -- Winner: O. Freire | Results
Stage 6: 189 km, Friday, July 7
Lisieux to Vitré -- Winner: R. McEwen | Results
Stage 7: 52 km Time Trial, Saturday, July 8
Saint-Grégoire to Rennes -- Winner: Honchar | Results
Stage 8: 181 km, Sunday, July 9
Saint-Méen-le-Grand to Lorient -- Winner: Calzati | Results
Rest Day: Monday, July 10
Bordeaux
Stage 9: 169.5 km, Tuesday, July 11
Bordeaux to Dax -- Winner: Freire | Results
Stage 10: 190.5 km, Wednesday, July 12
Cambo-les-Bains to Pau -- Winner: J. Mercado | Results
Stage 11: 206.5 km, Thursday, July 13
Tarbes-Val d'Aran to Pla-de-Beret -- Winner: Menchov | Results
Stage 12: 211.5 km, Friday, July 14
Luchon to Carcassonne -- Winner: Popovych | Results
Stage 13: 230 km, Saturday, July 15
Béziers Méditerranée to Montélimar -- Winner: Voigt | Results
Stage 14: 180.5 km, Sunday, July 16
Montélimar to Gap -- Winner: Fedrigo | Results
Rest Day: Monday, July 17
Gap
Stage 15: 187 km, Tuesday, July 18
Gap to L'Alpe d'Huez -- Winner: Schleck | Results
Stage 16: 182 km, Wednesday, July 19
Bourg d'Oisans to La Toussuire -- Winner: Rasmussen | Results
Stage 17: 200.5 km, Thursday, July 20
Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Morzine-Avoriaz -- Winner: Landis | Results
Stage 18: 197 km, Friday, July 21
Morzine to Mâcon -- Winner: Tosatto | Results
Stage 19: 56 km Time Trial, Saturday, July 22
Le Creusot to Montceau-les-Mines -- Winner: Honchar | Results
Stage 20: 152 km, Sunday, July 23
Sceaux-Antony to Paris -- Winner: Hushovd | Results




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