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2004 | July 3 - July 25
Liege - Paris

total distance: 3391.0 km
number of stages: 20

money for winner: 400 000 €
money total: 3 000 000 €

Lance Armstrong was the original winner.
In 2012 he lost all his titles.


time: 83hr 36min 2sec | average speed: 40.553 km/h
2nd place: Andreas Kloden (+ 6min 19sec)
3rd place: Ivan Basso (+ 6min 40sec)
winning team: T-Mobile
number of participants: 188
finished: 147
not finished: 41
Jerseys winners:

 
 Robbie McEwen
 Richard Virenque
 Vladimir Karpets


Tour de France start:

Statistic of the riders:
Route length:
(compared with longest route in 1926 - 5745 km)

 3 391 / 5 745 
 59,0%


Stages

number of stages in this year*: 21 | display finish towns on map
*total number of posibbilities to win the stage

STAGES - start, finish, length, winner, time, average speed
PLiège - Liège  6.1 km  SUI  Fabian CANCELLARA  0:06:50  53.6 km/h
1Liège - Charleroi  202.5 km  EST  Jaan KIRSIPUU  4:40:29  43.3 km/h
2Charleroi - Namur  197.0 km  AUS  Robbie McEWEN  4:18:39  45.7 km/h
3Waterloo - Wasquehal  210.0 km  FRA  Jean-Patrick NAZON  4:36:45  45.5 km/h
4Cambrai - Arras  64.5 km  USA  US POSTAL BERRY FLOOR  1:12:03  53.7 km/h
5Amiens - Chartres  200.5 km  AUS  Stuart O’GRADY  5:05:58  39.3 km/h
6Bonneval - Angers  196.0 km  BEL  Tom BOONEN  4:33:41  43.0 km/h
7Châteaubriant - Saint-Brieuc  204.5 km  ITA  Filippo POZZATO  4:31:34  45.2 km/h
8Lamballe - Quimper  168.0 km  NOR  Thor HUSHOVD  3:54:22  43.0 km/h
9Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat - Guéret  160.5 km  AUS  Robbie McEWEN  3:32:55  45.2 km/h
10Limoges - Saint-Flour  237.0 km  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE  6:00:24  39.5 km/h
11Saint-Flour - Figeac  164.0 km  FRA  David MONCOUTIE  3:54:58  41.9 km/h
12Castelsarrasin - La Mongie  197.5 km  ITA  Ivan BASSO  5:03:58  39.0 km/h
13Lannemezan - Plateau de Beille  205.5 km  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG  6:04:38  33.8 km/h
14Carcassonne - Nîmes  192.5 km  ESP  Aïtor GONZALEZ  4:18:32  44.7 km/h
15Valréas - Villard-de-Lans  180.5 km  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG  4:40:30  38.6 km/h
16Bourg d’Oisans - Alpe d’Huez  15.5 km  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG  0:39:41  23.4 km/h
17Bourg d’Oisans - Le Grand Bornand  204.5 km  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG  6:11:52  33.0 km/h
18Annemasse - Lons-le-Saunier  166.5 km  ESP  Juan Miguel MERCADO  4:04:03  40.9 km/h
19Besançon - Besançon  55.0 km  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG  1:06:49  49.4 km/h
20Montereau-Fault-Yonne - Paris  163.0 km  BEL  Tom BOONEN  4:08:26  39.4 km/h


Winners of stages in 2004 by nations (9):

 nation  No.wins share (%)
 USA  6 
 28,57% 
 AUS  3 
 14,29% 
 FRA  3 
 14,29% 
 BEL  2 
 9,52% 
 ITA  2 
 9,52% 
 ESP  2 
 9,52% 
 NOR  1 
 4,76% 
 SUI  1 
 4,76% 
 EST  1 
 4,76% 



Winners of stages in 2004 by cyclists (15):

 name  No.wins share (%)
 Lance ARMSTRONG  5 
 23,81% 
 Robbie McEWEN  2 
 9,52% 
 Tom BOONEN  2 
 9,52% 
 Fabian CANCELLARA  1 
 4,76% 
 Aïtor GONZALEZ  1 
 4,76% 
 Ivan BASSO  1 
 4,76% 
 David MONCOUTIE  1 
 4,76% 
 Richard VIRENQUE  1 
 4,76% 
 Thor HUSHOVD  1 
 4,76% 
 Filippo POZZATO  1 
 4,76% 
 Stuart O’GRADY  1 
 4,76% 
 US POSTAL BERRY FLOOR  1 
 4,76% 
 Jean-Patrick NAZON  1 
 4,76% 
 Jaan KIRSIPUU  1 
 4,76% 
 Juan Miguel MERCADO  1 
 4,76% 



Ascents

number of ascents in this year*: 22 | display ascents on map
*ascents of the second, first and "hors" category

THE ALPES [8]
Alpe-d’Huez (1860 m):  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG
Col de la Croix-Fry (1477 m):  USA  Floyd LANDIS
Col de la Madeleine (2000 m):  ITA  Gilberto SIMONI
Col de Tamié (907 m):  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE
Col du Glandon (1924 m):  ITA  Gilberto SIMONI
Forclaz-de-Montmin (1150 m):  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE
Le col des Limouches (1086 m):  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE
Villard-de-Lans (1150 m):  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG
THE PYRENEES [9]
Aspin (1490 m):  DAN  Michael RASMUSSEN
Col d’Agnès (1595 m):  DAN  Michael RASMUSSEN
Col de la Core (1373 m):  FRA  Sylvain CHAVANEL
Col de Latrape (1100 m):  FRA  Sylvain CHAVANEL
Col des Ares (797 m):  FRA  Sylvain CHAVANEL
La Mongie (1715 m):  ITA  Ivan BASSO
Plateau de Beille (1747 m):  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG
Port de Lers (1516 m):  DAN  Michael RASMUSSEN
Portet d’Aspet (1069 m):  FRA  Sylvain CHAVANEL
Other mountains [5]
Col de la Faucille (1323 m):  ESP  Juan Miguel MERCADO
Col du Perthus (1309 m):  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE
Montsalvy (780 m):  FRA  David MONCOUTIE
Plomb du Cantal (1383 m):  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE
Puy Mary (Pas de Peyrol) (1582 m):  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE


Winners of ascents in 2004 by nations (5):

 nation  No. wins share (%)
 FRA  11 
 50,00% 
 USA  4 
 18,18% 
 ITA  3 
 13,64% 
 DAN  3 
 13,64% 
 ESP  1 
 4,55% 



Winners of ascents in 2004 by cyclists (9):

 name  No. wins share (%)
 Richard VIRENQUE  6 
 27,27% 
 Sylvain CHAVANEL  4 
 18,18% 
 Michael RASMUSSEN  3 
 13,64% 
 Lance ARMSTRONG  3 
 13,64% 
 Gilberto SIMONI  2 
 9,09% 
 Juan Miguel MERCADO  1 
 4,55% 
 Floyd LANDIS  1 
 4,55% 
 Ivan BASSO  1 
 4,55% 
 David MONCOUTIE  1 
 4,55% 



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