Fabian Cancellara (Saxo Bank) heads to victory

Stage 1

Saturday, July 4 2009
Monaco - Monaco (ITT) 15.5 km
Mark Cavendish (Columbia-HTC) wins stage two of the 2009 Tour de France.

Stage 2

Sunday, July 5 2009
Monaco - Brignoles 187 km
The peloton.

Stage 3

Monday, July 6 2009
Marseille - La Grande-Motte 196.5 km
Team Columbia en route to victory in the Giro d'Italia's opening stage.

Stage 4

Tuesday, July 7 2009
Montpellier - Montpellier (TTT) 39 km
Thomas Voeckler (BBOX Bouygues Telecom) wins stage five, just barely holding off the charging sprinters.

Stage 5

Wednesday, July 8 2009
Le Cap d'Agde - Perpignan 196.5 km
Garmin-Slipstream's David Millar and Quick Step's Sylvain Chavanel ride together.

Stage 6

Thursday, July 9 2009
Gérone - Barcelone 181.5 km
Alberto Contador on the attack in Tour de France stage seven to Arcalis

Stage 7

Friday, July 10 2009
Barcelone - Andorre Arcalis 224 km
Spain's Luis León Sánchez (Caisse d'Epargne) wins Tour de France stage eight in Saint-Girons.

Stage 8

Saturday, July 11 2009
Andorre-la-Vieille - Saint-Girons 176.5 km
Yellow Jersey wearer Rinaldo Nocentini (AG2R La Mondiale) was at the front of the peloton on the way up the Tourmalet

Stage 9

Sunday, July 12 2009
Saint-Gaudens - Tarbes 160.5 km
Stage three winner Mark Cavendish (Columbia-HTC) at the Tour de France

Rest day

Monday, July 13 2009
Limoges - blank
Mark Cavendish (Columbia-THC) wins stage 10, which ended in a bunch sprint.

Stage 10

Tuesday, July 14 2009
Limoges - Issoudun 194.5 km
Mark Cavendish (Columbia-HTC) celebrates his fourth stage win at the 2009 Tour de France.

Stage 11

Wednesday, July 15 2009
Vatan - Saint-Fargeau 192 km
Nicki Sorensen (Saxo Bank) claims his first Tour stage win.

Stage 12

Thursday, July 16 2009
Tonnerre - Vittel 211.5 km
Heinrich Haussler (Cervelo) is overcome with emotion as he takes his first career Tour stage.

Stage 13

Friday, July 17 2009
Vittel - Colmar 200 km
Sergei Ivanov claims the stage win in Besancon

Stage 14

Saturday, July 18 2009
Colmar - Besançon 199 km
Astana leads the peloton on stage 15

Stage 15

Sunday, July 19 2009
Pontarlier - Verbier 207.5 km
Denmark's Nicki Sörensen (Team Saxo Bank) had plenty of time to celebrate his stage victory.

Rest day

Monday, July 20 2009
Verbier - blank
Mikel Astarloza (Euskaltel-Euskadi) wins the stage as the Tour returns to France.

Stage 16

Tuesday, July 21 2009
Martigny - Bourg-Saint-Maurice 159 km
Fränk Schleck (Team Saxo Bank) wins stage 17 ahead of race leader Alberto Contador (Astana) and brother Andy Schleck .

Stage 17

Wednesday, July 22 2009
Bourg-Saint-Maurice - Le Grand-Bornand 169.5 km
Alberto Contador (Astana) en route to victory in the stage 18 time trial.

Stage 18

Thursday, July 23 2009
Annecy - Annecy (ITT) 40.5 km
Mark Cavendish (Columbia-HTC) wins his fifth stage of the Tour in Aubenas.

Stage 19

Friday, July 24 2009
Bourgoin-Jallieu - Aubenas 178 km
Juan Manuel Garate (Rabobank) claims victory at Mt Ventoux

Stage 20

Saturday, July 25 2009
Montélimar - Mont Ventoux 167 km
There was daylight to the rest as Mark Cavendish (Columbia-HTC) claimed the final stage of the Tour de France in Paris

Stage 21

Sunday, July 26 2009
Montereau-Fault-Yonne - Paris Champs-Élysées 164 km
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