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Last Updated: 26/07/09 5:24pm

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The 96th Tour de France started in Monaco on July 4 with the peloton due to cover approximately 3,460 kilometres in 23 days.

With seven of those days spent in the high mountains, including the penultimate stage finishing at the fabled Mont Ventoux, the battle for the yellow jersey promises to be a war of attrition.

The riders are due to roll onto the Champs-Élysées in Paris on July 26, check out the stage-by-stage itinerary (below) to see how they will get there.

Stay logged on to skysports.com for daily reports and standings after each stage.

Full itinerary

July 4 - Stage 1 (Individual time-trial) Monaco (15.5km)
Winner: F Cancellara (Sui/Saxo Bank)
In Yellow: F Cancellara (Sui/Saxo Bank)

July 5 - Stage 2 Monaco to Brignoles (187km)
Winner: M Cavendish (GB/Columbia)
In Yellow: F Cancellara (Sui/Saxo Bank)

July 6 - Stage 3 Marseille to La Grande-Motte (196.5km)
Winner: M Cavendish (GB/Columbia)
In Yellow: F Cancellara (Sui/Saxo Bank)

July 7 - Stage 4 (Team time-trial) Montpellier (39km)
Winner: Team Astana
In Yellow: F Cancellara (Sui/Saxo Bank)

July 8 - Stage 5 Le Cap d'Agde to Perpignan (196.5km)
Winner: T Voeckler (Fra/Bouygues Telecom)
In Yellow: F Cancellara (Sui/Saxo Bank)

July 9 - Stage 6 Gérone to Barcelone (181.5km)
Winner: T Hushovd (Nor/Cervelo)
In Yellow: F Cancellara (Sui/Saxo Bank)

July 10 - Stage 7 Barcelone to Andorre Arcalis (224km)
Winner: B Feillu (Fra/Agritubel)
In Yellow: R Nocentini (Ita/AG2R)

July 11 - Stage 8 Andorre-la-Vieille to Saint-Girons (176.5km)
Winner: L L Sanchez (Spn/Caisse d'Epargne)
In Yellow: R Nocentini (Ita/AG2R)

July 12 - Stage 9 Saint-Gaudens to Tarbes (160.5km)
Winner: P Fedrigo (Fra/Bouygues Telecom)
In Yellow: R Nocentini (Ita/AG2R)

July 13 - Rest day

July 14 - Stage 10 Limoges to Issoudun (194.5km)
Winner: M Cavendish (GB/Columbia)
In Yellow: R Nocentini (Ita/AG2R)

July 15 - Stage 11 Vatan to Saint-Fargeau (192km)
Winner: M Cavendish (GB/Columbia)
In Yellow: R Nocentini (Ita/AG2R)

July 16 - Stage 12 Tonnerre to Vittel (211.5km)
Winner: N Sorensen (Den/Saxo Bank)
In Yellow: R Nocentini (Ita/AG2R)

July 17 - Stage 13 Vittel to Colmar (200km)
Winner: H Haussler (Ger/Cervelo)
In Yellow: R Nocentini (Ita/AG2R)

July 18 - Stage 14 Colmar to Besançon (199km)
Winner: S Ivanov (Rus/Katusha)
In Yellow: R Nocentini (Ita/AG2R)

July 19 - Stage 15 Pontarlier to Verbier (207.5km)
Winner: A Contador (Spn/Astana)
In Yellow: A Contador (Spn/Astana)

July 20 - Rest day

July 21 - Stage 16 Martigny to Bourg-Saint-Maurice (159km)
Winner: M Astarloza (Spn/Euskaltel)
In Yellow: A Contador (Spn/Astana)

July 22 - Stage 17 Bourg-Saint-Maurice to Le Grand-Bornand (169.5km)
Winner: F Schleck (Lux/Saxo Bank)
In Yellow: A Contador (Spn/Astana)

July 23 - Stage 18 (Individual time-trial) Annecy (40.5km)
Winner:A Contador (Spn/Astana)
In Yellow: A Contador (Spn/Astana)

July 24 - Stage 19 Bourgoin to Jallieu-Aubenas (178km)
Winner: M Cavendish (GB/Columbia)
In Yellow: A Contador (Spn/Astana)

July 25 - Stage 20 Montélimar to Mont Ventoux (167km)
Winner: J Manuel Garate (Spn/Rabobank)
In Yellow: A Contador (Spn/Astana)

July 26 - Stage 21 Montereau-Fault-Yonne to Paris Champs-Élysées (164km)
Winner: M Cavendish (GB/Columbia)
In Yellow: A Contador (Spn/Astana)

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