2003 Tour de France Stage winners

THE Stage winners in this year's Tour de France — 3,427.5 kilometres (2,128.48 miles).

July 5: Prologue, Paris, individual time trial, 6.5 kilometres (4.03 miles) (stage: Bradley McGee, Australia; overall: McGee).

July 6: Stage 1, Saint-Denis to Meaux, 168 (104.33) (Alessandro Petacchi, Italy; McGee).

July 7: Stage 2, La Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan, 204.5 (126.99) (Baden Cooke, Australia; McGee).

July 8: Stage 3, Charleville-Mezieres to Saint-Dizier, 167.5 (104.02) (Petacchi; Jean-Patrick Nazon, France).

July 9: Stage 4, Joinville to Saint-Dizier, team time trial, 69 (42.85) (U.S. Postal Service; Victor Hugo Pena, Colombia).

July 10: Stage 5, Troyes to Nevers, 196.5 (122.03) (Petacchi; Pena).

July 11: Stage 6, Nevers to Lyon, 230 (142.83) (Petacchi; Pena).

July 12: Stage 7, Lyon to Morzine, 230.5 (142.9) (Richard Virenque, France; Virenque).

July 13: Stage 8, Sallanches to L'Alpe d'Huez, 219 (136) (Iban Mayo, Spain; Lance Armstrong, United States).

July 14: Stage 9, Le Bourg d'Oisans to Gap, 184.5 (114.57) (Alexandre Vinokourov, Kazakhstan; Armstrong).

July 15: Stage 10, Gap to Marseille, 219.5 (136.31) (Jakob Piil, Denmark; Armstrong).

July 16: Rest day, transfer from Marseille to Narbonne.

July 17: Stage 11, Narbonne to Toulouse, 153.5 (95.32) (Juan Antonio Flecha, Spain; Armstrong).

July 18: Stage 12, Gaillac to Cap'Decouverte, individual time trial, 47 (29.19) (Jan Ullrich, Germany; Armstrong).

July 19: Stage 13, Toulouse to Plateau de Bonascre, 197.5 (122.65) (Carlos Sastre, Spain; Armstrong).

July 20: Stage 14, Saint-Girons to Loudenvielle, 191.5 (118.92) (Gilberto Simoni, Italy; Armstrong).

July 21: Stage 15, Bagneres-de-Bigorre to Luz-Ardiden, 159.5 (99.05) (Armstrong; Armstrong).

July 22: Rest day, Pau.

July 23: Stage 16, Pau to Bayonne, 197.5 (122.65) (Tyler Hamilton, United States; Armstrong).

July 24: Stage 17, Dax to Bordeaux, 181 (112.4) (Servais Knaven, Netherlands; Armstrong).

July 25: Stage 18, Bordeaux to Saint-Maixent-l'Ecole, 203.5 (126.37) (Pablo Lastras, Spain; Armstrong).

July 26: Stage 19, Pornic to Nantes, individual time trial, 49 (30.43) (David Millar, Britain; Armstrong).

July 27: Stage 20, Ville d'Avray to Paris, Champs-Elysees, 152 (97.96) (Nazon; Armstrong).