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    Start of the Tour de France finale on Paris' Champs-Elysees.
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    Dutch Quick Step team member Servais Knaven wins Stage 17.
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    Jan Ullrich racing at top speed in Saturday's time trial.
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    Britain's David Millar battle's Italy's Fabio Sacchi to win Stage 19.
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    Lance Armstrong clinched his victory by finishing just ahead of Ullrich in Saturday's time trial.
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    Armstrong was awarded a box of oranges by the Tour photographers on Sunday, for being the most cooperative racer.
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    Armstrong's wife Kristen and son Luke.
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    Kristin Armstrong, Luke Armstrong, actor Robin Williams, and cycling coach Jim Ochowicz watch the Tour's final stage in Paris.
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    Lance Armstrong shares the podium with second-place winner Jan Ullrich and third-place finisher Alexandre Vinokourov.
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    Baden Cooke, Armstrong, and Richard Virenque on the Paris podium. They were the leaders in three categories: sprint, overall, and mountains.
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    Kristen Armstrong hugs U.S. Postal team director Johan Bruyneel after Lance Armstrong's victory.
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    Tyler Hamilton's CSC team on the podium, after winning first place in the team category.
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    Armstrong is awarded the overall Tour championship.
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    Winner of five consecutive Tour de France titles, Lance Armstrong.
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