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With a stunning win in the 2002 Tour de France, Armstrong became the fourth cyclist to win four consecutive Tours. This Tour is marked with stunning break-aways, brilliant attacks, and an extraordinary effort by Postal. A win in the prologue time trial signals Lance's plans to win, but a wild first week ensues. When he loses the Stage 9 time trial to Kelme's Botero, many believe Armstrong has slipped. But he answers the critics on the first day in the Pyrenees. Roberto Heras devastates the field with a powerful pace on the climb to LaMongie. Near the summit, Armstrong jumps clear for a stage win and a lead he'll never relinquish. Lance wins the next stage, too, but not before swashbuckling star Laurent Jalabert launches a stunning breakaway. ""Ja-Ja"" fails to win, but he keeps attacking on Stages 16 and 17. ONCE battles to find a chink in the Postal armor, but the boys in blue dominate the race to the end in what Lance calls ""the year of the team."" Lance caps the race with a convincing victory in the final time trial. With commentary and analysis from Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwin, and Gary Imlach, the 2002 Tour de France is an instant WCP classic!
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