2011 Tour de France results and stats

Results from the Tour de France

Stage one: Passage du Gois-Mont des Alouettes, 191.5km

Stage two: Les Essarts-Les Essarts, 23km TTT

Stage three: Olonne sur Mer-Redon, 198km

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Stage">Stage four: Lorient-Mûr de Bretagne, 172.5km

Stage five: Carhaix-Cap Fréhel, 164.5km

Stage six: Dinan-Lisieux, 226,5km

Stage seven: Le Mans-Châteauroux, 226.5km

Stage eight: Aigurande-Super Besse, 189km

Stage nine: Issoire-St Flour, 208km

Stage 10: Aurillac-Carmaux, 158km

Stage 11: Blaye les Mines-Lavaur, 167.5km

Stage 12: Cugnaux-Luz Ardiden, 211km

Stage 13: Pau-Lourdes, 152.5km

Stage 14: St Gaudens-Plateau de Beille, 168.5km

Stage 15: Limoux-Montpellier, 193km

Stage 16: St Paul Troix Châteaux-Gap, 162.5km

Stage 17: Gap-Pinerolo, 179km

Stage 18: Pinerolo-Col du Galibier, 200.5km

Stage 19: Modane-Alpe d'Huez, 109.5km

Stage 20: Grenoble-Grenoble, 42.5km TT

Stage 21: Créteil-Paris Champs Elysées, 95km

Edward Pickering

Edward Pickering is a writer and journalist, editor of Pro Cycling and previous deputy editor of Cycle Sport. As well as contributing to Cycling Weekly, he has also written for the likes of the New York Times. His book, The Race Against Time, saw him shortlisted for Best New Writer at the British Sports Book Awards. A self-confessed 'fair weather cyclist', Pickering also enjoys running.