Results

Tour De France

July 18, 2002

Results

10th stage

(91.14 miles from Bazas to Pau) 1. Patrice Halgand, France, Jean Delatour, 3 hours, 0 minutes, 15 seconds.

2. Jerome Pineau, France, Bonjour, 27 seconds behind.

3. Stuart O'Grady, Australia, Credit Agricole, 33 seconds.

4. Ludo Dierckxsens, Belgium, Lampre, same time.

5. Pedro Horrillo, Spain, Mapei, 1:00.

6. Andy Flickinger, France, AG2R, same time.

7. Nicolas Vogondy, France, fdjeux.com, same time.

8. Nico Mattan, Belgium, Cofidis, same time.

9. Constantino Zaballa, Spain, Kelme, same time.

10. Enrico Cassani, Italy, Domo Farm Frites, 1:02.

11. Unai Etxebarria, Venezuela, Euskaltel, 3:29.

12. Baden Cooke, Australia, fdjeux.com, 3:57.

13. Robbie McEwen, Australia, Lotto, same time.

14. Erik Zabel, Germany, Telekom, same time.

15. Jan Svorada, Czech Republic, Lampre, same time. Also

17. Fred Rodriguez, United States, Domo-Farm Frites, same time.

34. George Hincapie, United States, US Postal Service, same time.

42. Igor Gonzalez Galdeano, Spain, Once, same time.

40. Lance Armstrong, United States, USPS, same time.

41. Levi Leipheimer, United States, Rabobank, same time.

46. Victor Hugo Pena Grisales, Colombia, USPS, same time.

63. Tyler Hamilton, United States, CSC-Tiscali, same time.

75. Pavel Padrnos, Czech Republic, USPS, same time.

82. Floyd Landis, United States, USPS, same time.

86. Jose Luis Rubiera Vigil, Spain, USPS, same time.

95. Bobby Julich, United States, Team Telekom, same time.

140. Roberto Heras Hernandez, Spain, USPS, same time.

141. Jonathan Vaughters, United States, Credit Agricole, same time.

157. Benoit Joachim, Luxembourg, USPS, same time.

161. Viatcheslav Ekimov, Russia, USPS, same time.

162. Kevin Livingston, United States, Team Telekom, same time.

Overall standings

1. Gonzalez Galdeano, 36:25:35.

2. Armstrong, 26 seconds behind.

3. Joseba Beloki, Spain, Once, 1:23.

4. Serhiy Honchar, Ukraine, Fassa Bortolo, 1:35.

5. Santiago Botero, Colombia, Kelme, 1:55.

6. Andrea Peron, Italy, CSC-Tiscali, 2:08.

7. David Millar, Britain, Cofidis, 2:11.

8. O'Grady, 2:15.

9. Raimondas Rumsas, Lithuania, Lampre, 2:22.

10. Tyler Hamilton, United States, CSC-Tiscali, 2:30. Also

12. Ekimov, 2:48.

16. Landis, 3:15.

24. Leipheimer, 4:39.

25. Padrnos, 4:41.

39. Hincapie, 5:43.

43. Rubiera Vigil, 6:09.

48. Heras Hernandez, 6:50.

52. Julich, 6:53.

68. Joachim, 8:26.

87. Livingston, 9:52.

102. Pena Grisales, 11:38.

113. Rodriguez, 13:29.

165. Vaughters, 27:10.

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