(dpa) - Victorious US Postal-Berry Floor's Lance Armstrong (C) from the US wears the yellow jersey of the overall leader, Australian cyclist Baden Cooke (L) wears the green jersey of the best sprinter and French cyclist Franzose Richard Virenque (R) wears the red dotted jersey of the best mountain

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(dpa) - Victorious US Postal-Berry Floor's Lance Armstrong (C) from the US wears the yellow jersey of the overall leader, Australian cyclist Baden Cooke (L) wears the green jersey of the best sprinter and French cyclist Franzose Richard Virenque (R) wears the red dotted jersey of the best mountain
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(dpa) - Victorious US Postal-Berry Floor's Lance Armstrong (C) from the US wears the yellow jersey of the overall leader, Australian cyclist Baden Cooke (L) wears the green jersey of the best sprinter and French cyclist Franzose Richard Virenque (R) wears the red dotted jersey of the best mountain cyclist while they pose on the podium and hold their awards in their hands after the 20th stage of the 2003 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, 27 July 2003. Armstrong became the second rider in history to win the Tour de France on five consecutive occasions tying the record of Spain's Miguel Indurain, who won from 1991 to 1995.

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