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2000 | July 1 - July 23
Futuroscope - Paris

total distance: 3662.0 km
number of stages: 21

money for winner: 2 200 000 F
money total: 15 500 500 F

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


time: 92hr 33min 8sec | average speed: 39.569 km/h
2nd place: Jan Ullrich (+ 6min 2sec)
3rd place: Joseba Beloki (+ 10min 4sec)
winning team: Kelme - Costa Blanca
number of participants: 177
finished: 128
not finished: 49
Jerseys winners:

 
 Erik Zabel
 Santiago Botero
 Francisco Mancebo


Tour de France start:

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

 3 662 / 5 745 
 63,7%


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
1Futuroscope - Futuroscope  16.5 km  GBR  David MILLAR  0:19:03  52.0 km/h
2Futuroscope - Loudun  194.0 km  BEL  Tom STEELS  4:46:08  40.7 km/h
3Loudun - Nantes  161.5 km  BEL  Tom STEELS  3:37:51  44.5 km/h
4Nantes - Saint-Nazaire  70.0 km  ESP  O.N.C.E- Deutsche Bank  1:25:55  48.9 km/h
5Vannes - Vitré  202.0 km  GER  Marcel WUST  4:19:05  46.8 km/h
6Vitré - Tours  198.5 km  NED  Leon VAN BON  4:28:06  44.4 km/h
7Tours - Limoges  205.5 km  FRA  Christophe AGNOLUTTO  5:11:41  39.6 km/h
8Limoges - Villeneuve sur Lot  203.5 km  NED  Erik DEKKER  4:22:14  46.6 km/h
9Agen - Dax  181.0 km  ITA  Paolo BETTINI  4:29:06  40.4 km/h
10Dax - Lourdes-Hautacam  205.0 km  ESP  Javier OTXOA  6:09:32  33.3 km/h
11Bagnères-de-Bigorre - Revel  218.5 km  NED  Erik DEKKER  5:05:47  42.9 km/h
12Carpentras - Mont Ventoux  149.0 km  ITA  Marco PANTANI  4:15:11  35.0 km/h
13Avignon - Draguignan  185.5 km  ESP  Vicente GARCIA ACOSTA  4:03:02  45.8 km/h
14Draguignan - Briançon  249.5 km  COL  Santiago BOTERO  7:56:13  31.4 km/h
15Briançon - Courchevel  173.5 km  ITA  Marco PANTANI  5:34:46  31.1 km/h
16Courchevel - Morzine-Avoriaz  196.5 km  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE  5:32:20  35.5 km/h
17Evian - Lausanne  155.0 km  NED  Erik DEKKER  3:24:53  45.4 km/h
18Lausanne - Freiburg im Breisgau  246.5 km  ITA  Salvatore COMMESSO  6:08:15  40.2 km/h
19Freiburg im Breisgau - Mulhouse  58.5 km  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG  1:05:01  54.0 km/h
20Belfort - Troyes  254.5 km  GER  Erik ZABEL  6:14:13  40.8 km/h
21Paris - Paris  138.0 km  ITA  Stefano ZANINI  3:12:36  43.0 km/h


Winners of stages in 2000 by nations (9):

 nation  No.wins share (%)
 ITA  5 
 23,81% 
 NED  4 
 19,05% 
 ESP  3 
 14,29% 
 GER  2 
 9,52% 
 FRA  2 
 9,52% 
 BEL  2 
 9,52% 
 COL  1 
 4,76% 
 USA  1 
 4,76% 
 GBR  1 
 4,76% 



Winners of stages in 2000 by cyclists (17):

 name  No.wins share (%)
 Erik DEKKER  3 
 14,29% 
 Marco PANTANI  2 
 9,52% 
 Tom STEELS  2 
 9,52% 
 Vicente GARCIA ACOSTA  1 
 4,76% 
 Santiago BOTERO  1 
 4,76% 
 Richard VIRENQUE  1 
 4,76% 
 Salvatore COMMESSO  1 
 4,76% 
 Lance ARMSTRONG  1 
 4,76% 
 Erik ZABEL  1 
 4,76% 
 David MILLAR  1 
 4,76% 
 Javier OTXOA  1 
 4,76% 
 Paolo BETTINI  1 
 4,76% 
 Christophe AGNOLUTTO  1 
 4,76% 
 Leon VAN BON  1 
 4,76% 
 Marcel WUST  1 
 4,76% 
 O.N.C.E- Deutsche Bank  1 
 4,76% 
 Stefano ZANINI  1 
 4,76% 



Ascents

number of ascents in this year*: 17 | display ascents on map
*ascents of the second, first and "hors" category

THE ALPES [11]
Aravis (1498 m):  ITA  Marco PANTANI
Col d’Allos (2250 m):  FRA  Pascal HERVE
Col de la Colombière (1618 m):  ITA  Marco PANTANI
Col de la Madeleine (2000 m):  ITA  Massimiliano LELLI
Col de Vars (2110 m):  GER  Jens HEPPNER
Col des Mosses (1448 m):  ITA  Massimiliano LELLI
Col des Saisies (1633 m):  ITA  Marco PANTANI
Courchevel (2004 m):  ITA  Marco PANTANI
Galibier (2645 m):  FRA  Pascal HERVE
Izoard (2361 m):  COL  Santiago BOTERO
Joux-Plane (1713 m):  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE
THE PYRENEES [4]
Aubisque (1709 m):  ESP  Javier OTXOA
Lourdes - Hautacam (1560 m):  ESP  Javier OTXOA
Marie-Blanque (1035 m):  ESP  Javier OTXOA
Soulor (1474 m):  ESP  Javier OTXOA
Other mountains [2]
Col de Murs (637 m):  FRA  Christophe AGNOLUTTO
Mont Ventoux (1909 m):  ITA  Marco PANTANI


Winners of ascents in 2000 by nations (5):

 nation  No. wins share (%)
 ITA  7 
 41,18% 
 FRA  4 
 23,53% 
 ESP  4 
 23,53% 
 GER  1 
 5,88% 
 COL  1 
 5,88% 



Winners of ascents in 2000 by cyclists (8):

 name  No. wins share (%)
 Marco PANTANI  5 
 29,41% 
 Javier OTXOA  4 
 23,53% 
 Pascal HERVE  2 
 11,76% 
 Massimiliano LELLI  2 
 11,76% 
 Christophe AGNOLUTTO  1 
 5,88% 
 Jens HEPPNER  1 
 5,88% 
 Santiago BOTERO  1 
 5,88% 
 Richard VIRENQUE  1 
 5,88% 



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