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  • 1. The Second Week of the Tour de France
    Lance Armstrong stayed in third place after a wet and chilly ride Friday and lost a crucial ally for the rest of the Tour de France when teammate Levi Leipheimer withdrew because of a broken wrist. Germany’s Heinrich Haussler won the 13th stage by outclassing the pack with a solo breakaway, and Italy’s RinaldoNocentini kept the yellow jersey for a seventh straight day. Armstrong, the seven-time champion, remained eight seconds behind Nocentini. Astana teammate Alberto Contador, the 2007 Tour champion, is second, six seconds back. Armstrong, Contador and other favorites were 6 minutes, 43 seconds behind Haussler.
  • 2. The peloton crosses an ancient bridge entering the village of St Girons during stage eight of the 2009 Tour de France from Andorra la Vella to St Girons on July 11, 2009 in St Girons, France.
  • 3. Lance Armstrong of USA and team Astana climbs, flanked by his teammate Alberto Contador of Spain and Cadel Evans of Australia and team Silence Lotto, up the Col d’Agnes, during stage eight of the 2009 Tour de France from Andorra la Vella to St Girons.
  • 4. The peloton make their way up the Col de Port during stage eighth of the 2009 Tour de France from Andorra la Vella to St Girons.
  • 5. Lance Armstrong of USA and team Astana descents the Port d’Envalira during stage eight from Andorra la Vella to St Girons.
  • 6. The pack negotiates a curve in the descent of Envalira Pass, Pyrenees mountains, during the 8th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 176.5 kilometers (109.7 miles) with the start in Andorra and finish in Saint-Girons.
  • 7. Fans protectfrom the sun as theywaitfor the riderswith the Tour de France, during the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race run betweenAndorre-la-Vella and Saint-Girons. Spanishcycling team Caisse d’Epargne Luis LeonSanchez of Spain won the stage ahead of Frenchcycling team Francaise des Jeux leader Sandy Casar of France and Spanishcycling team Euskatel-EuskadiMikelAstarloza of Spain.
  • 8. The pack with RinaldoNocentini of Italy, wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey,
    second from right, negotiates curves in the descent of Envalira Pass, Andorra, Pyrenees mountains, during the 8th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 176.5 kilometers with the start in Andorra and finish in Saint-Girons,
  • 9. RinaldoNocentini of Italy, wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey, center, climbs towards Col d’Agnes, France, during the 8th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 176.5 kilometers with start in Andorra and finish in Saint-Girons.
  • 10. Stage winner Luis-Leon Sanchez of Spain, followed by Vladimir Efimkin of Russia, speeds down Col d’Agnes in the breakaway during the 8th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 176.5 kilometers with start in Andorra and finish in Saint-Girons.
  • 11. Spanish cycling team Caissed’Epargne (GCE)’s Luis Leon Sanchez of Spain jubilates on the finish line on July 11, 2009 in the 176 km and eighth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Andorre-la-Vella and Saint-Girons.
  • 12. The peloton makes its way through the French countryside on stage nine of the 2009 Tour de France from Saint-Gaudens to Tarbes.
  • 13. Spectators take photographs as the pack climbs towards Aspin Pass during the 9th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 160.5 kilometers with start in Saint-Gaudens and finish in Tarbes, Pyrenees mountains.
  • 14. Fans look at the pack ridingonTourmalet Pass onJuly 12, cycling race run betweenSaint-Gaudens and Tarbes. Frenchcycling team BBOX Bouygues Telecom PierrickFedrigo of France won ahead of Italiancycling team Liquigas leader Franco Pellizotti of Italy and Dutch cycling team Rabobank Oscar Freire of Spain.
  • 15. Oscar Freire of Spain and team Rabobank sprints with SergueiIvanov of Russia and Team Katusha and Peter Velits of Slovakia and Team Milram to the finishline during stage nine of the 2009 Tour de France from Saint-Gaudens to Tarbes.
  • 16. PierrickFedrigo of France and team BboxBouygues Telecom celebrates his win flanked by the runner up Franco Pellizotti of Italy and team Liquigas during stage nine of the 2009 Tour de France from Saint-Gaudens to Tarbes.
  • 17. Spanish cycling team Euskatel-EuskadiGoi Martinez of Spain puts on his polka dot jersey for being the best climber on July 12, 2009 at the end of the 160 km and ninth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Saint-Gaudens and Tarbes.
  • 18. 2007 Tour de France winner and Kazakh cycling team Astana leader Alberto Contador of Spain rides in the pack on July 14,
    2009 during the 194.5 km and tenth of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Limoges and Issoudun. US cycling Team Columbia-High Road leader Mark Cavendish of Great Britain won the stage ahead of Swiss cycling team Cervelo Thor Hushovd of Norway and US cycling team Garmin-Slipstream Tyler Farrar of the United States.
  • 19. The peloton rides through the French countryside on stage nine of the 2009 Tour de France from Limoges to Issoudun, on July 14, 2009 in Limoges.
  • 20. The peloton passes a field of sunflowers during stage ten of the 2009 Tour de France from Limoges to Issoudun on July 14, 2009 in Issoudun, France.
  • 21. White jersey of best young rider, US cycling Team Columbia-High Road Tony Martin of Germany,rides in the pack with Danish cycling team TeamSaxo Bank leader Andy Schleck of Luxemburg on July 14, 2009 during the 194.5 km and tenth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Limoges and Issoudun. US cycling Team Columbia-High Road leader Mark Cavendish of Great Britain won the stage ahead of Swiss cycling team CerveloThorHushovd of Norway and US cycling team Garmin-Slipstream Tyler Farrar of the United States.
  • 22. Frenchcycling team Francaise des JeuxBenoitVaugrenard of France, Frenchcycling team Cofidis Samuel Dumoulin of France , Dutch cycling team Skil-Shimano (SKS)’s Koen de kort of the Netherlands and Russiancycling team TeamKatusharider MikhailIgnatiev of Russiaride in a breakaway past a fan holding a US flagonJuly 14.
  • 23. Fans sit in their car as they wait for the riders on July 15, 2009 during the 192 km and eleventh stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Vatan and Saint-Fargeau.
  • 24. The pack rides on July 15, 2009 during the 192 km and eleventh stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Vatan and Saint-Fargeau.
  • 25. The pack rides past people belonging to “Pouilly Fume” brotherhood on July 15, 2009 in the 192 km and eleventh stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run betweenVatan and Saint-Fargeau. US cycling Team Columbia-High Road leader Mark Cavendish of Great Britain won ahead of US cycling team Garmin-Slipstream Tyler Farrar of the United States and French cycling team Francaise des JeuxYauheniHutarovitch of Belarussia.
  • 26. Alberto Contador of Spain, center right, rides in the pack during 11th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 192 kilometers (119.3 miles) with start in Vatan and finish in Saint-Fargeau, central France, Wednesday July 15, 2009.
  • 27. Two girls cheer the pack as they pass the village of Pouillysur Loire during 11th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 192 kilometers (119.3 miles) with start in Vatan and finish in Saint-Fargeau, central France, Wednesday July 15, 2009.
  • 28. Angelo Furlan of Italy, his jersey and pants ripped from crashing, is pushed by a mechanic during 11th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 192 kilometers with start in Vatan and finish in Saint-Fargeau, central France, Wednesday July 15, 2009.
  • 29. Tour de France doctor Gerard Porte tends to Jose Joaquin Rojas of Spain after a crash in the pack during 11th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 192 kilometers with start in Vatan and finish in Saint-Fargeau, Wednesday July 15, 2009.
  • 30. Stage winner Mark Cavendish of Great Britain and Team Columbia HTC celebrates his win during stage 11 of the 2009 Tour de France from Vatan to Saint-Fargeau-Ponthierry on July 15, 2009 in Saint-Fargeau-Ponthierry, France.
  • 31. US cycling Team Columbia-High Road leader Mark Cavendish of Great Britain
    jubilates with a teammate after winning his fourth stage and getting the
    green jersey of best sprinter on July 15, 2009 at the end of the 192 km
    and eleventh stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Vatan and Saint-Fargeau. Cavendish won ahead of US cycling team Garmin-Slipstream Tyler Farrar of the United States and French cycling team Francaise des JeuxYauheniHutarovitch of Belarussia.
  • 32. Seven-time Tour de France winner and Kazakh cycling team Astana Lance Armstrong of the United States answers a journalist’s question as he leaves the signature ceremony on July 16, 2009 in Tonnerre before the start of the 200 km and twelfth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Tonnerre and Vittel.
  • 33. 2007 Tour de France winner and Kazakh cycling team Astana leader Alberto Contador of Spain
    signs an autograph in front of his team bus on July 16,
    2009 in Tonnerre before the start of the 200 km and twelfth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Tonnerre and Vittel.
  • 34. The peloton rides past corn fields during stage 12 of the 2009 Tour de France from Tonnerre to Vittel on July 16, 2009 in Vittel, France.
  • 35. Lance Armstrong of USA and team Astana rides with the peloton during stage 12 of the 2009 Tour de France from Tonnerrre to Vittel on July 16, 2009 in Tonnerre, France.
  • 36. The pack rides past quadvehiclesonJuly 16, 2009 during the 200 km and twelfth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run betweenTonnerre and Vittel. Danishcycling team TeamSaxoBankNickiSorensen of Denmark won the stage ahead of Frenchcycling team BBOX Bouygues Telecom LaurentLefevre of France and Italiancycling team Liquigas leader Franco Pellizotti of Italy.
  • 37. The pack ridesonJuly 16, 2009 in the 200 km and twelfth stage of the 2009
    Tour de France cycling race run betweenTonnerre and Vittel. Danishcycling team TeamSaxo Bank NickiSorensen of Denmark
    won the stage ahead of Frenchcycling team BBOX Bouygues Telecom
    LaurentLefevre of France and Italiancycling team Liquigas leader Franco Pellizotti of Italy.
  • 38. Spectators in front of a house adorned with bicycles cheers as the pack passes through the village of Les Riceys during the 12th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 211.5 kilometers with start in Tonnere and finish in Vittel, Thursday, July 16, 2009.
  • 39. Kazakh cycling team Astana Levi Leipheimer of theUnited States rides past his team car
    after being injured on July 16, 2009 during the 200 km and twelfth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Tonnerre and Vittel. Leipheimer,
    the teammate of seven-time Tour de France winner and Kazakh cycling team AstanaLance Armstrong of the United States, has withdrawn from the Tour de France
    with a broken wrist,.
  • 40. Danish cycling team TeamSaxo Bank Nicki Sorensen of Denmark jubilates on the finish line on July 16, 2009 in the 200 km and twelfth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Tonnerre and Vittel.
  • 41. US cycling Team Columbia-High Road leader Mark Cavendish of Great Britain rides with a decorated bicycle showing a pin-up on July 17, in the 200 km and thirteenth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Vittel and Colmar.
  • 42. Lance Armstrong of the USA and Astana rides in thepeloton on stage 13 of the 2009 Tour de France from Vittel to Colmar on July 17, 2009 in Colmar.
  • 43. Carlos Sastre of Spain, center, puts on a rain jacket during the 13th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 200 kilometers with start in Vittel and finish in Colmar, central France.
  • 44. The pack speeds down Col du Platzerwasel as fog obscures the background during the 13th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 200 kilometers with start in Vittel and finish in Colmar
  • 45. Yellow jersey of overall leader, Frenchcycling team AG2R-La Mondiale RinaldoNocentini, ridesunder the rainonJuly 17, 2009 in the 200 km and thirteenth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Vittel and Colmar. Swiss cycling team CerveloHeinrichHaussler of Germany won ahead of Spanishcycling team Euskatel-EuskadiAmetsTxurruka of Spain and Frenchcycling team Agritubel’sBriceFeillu.
  • 46. Belgian cycling team Quick Step Sylvain Chavanel of France sprints to finish at the fourth place on July 17,
    2009 in the 200 km and thirteenth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Vittel and Colmar. Swiss cycling team Cervelo Heinrich Haussler of Germany won ahead of Spanish cycling team Euskatel-EuskadiAmetsTxurruka of Spain and French cycling team Agritubel’s Brice Feillu of France.
  • 47. Heinrich Haussler of Germany and Cervelo Test Team celebrates winning stage 13 of the 2009 Tour de France from Vittel to Colmar on July 17, 2009 in Colmar, France
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