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The Tour de France consists of 21 day-long segments or stages, held over a 23-day period. In total, the Tour de France covers around 3,500 kilometres or 2,200 miles.
Three riders share the honours for most Tour de France wins. Jacques Anquetil of France, Eddy Merckx of Belgium and Bernard Hinault of France each have 5 wins. Lance Armstrong was removed from the head of the list after having all seven of his Tour victories stripped when he was found guilty of repeated doping offences.
The Tour de France is broadcast live in 190 countries around the world so no matter where you're based you'll likely find it easy to follow the action. Sky Sports airs coverage of the competition in New Zealand and Australia. ITV4 covers it in the UK. Eurosport also covers the race from start to finish.
The total prize money of Tour de France is €2,293,000. The final bearer of the yellow jersey – the overall winner of the Tour de France's general classification – takes home the biggest share of the prize pool which is €500,000.