Tour de France 2009 Results: Contador wins!

tour de france 2009 final stage results winners

Alberto Contador, The current overall leader of this year’s Tour de France is looking forward to finish strong and come up victorious after the final stage of the race.

On Saturday the Spaniard racer virtually assured his second yellow jersey with a comfortable lead over his rivals, showing 7-time Tour champion Lance Armstrong, he is now stage racing’s undisputed champion.

Contador won the 2007 Tour de France, 2008 Tour of Italy, and the 2008 Tour of Spain.

Defending Champion Lance Armstrong will secure a podium finish this year but Astana team mate Alberto Contador will definitely take the top spot. Andy Schleck of Luxembourg is set to take second.

After stage 20: OVERALL STANDINGS (Top 5)
1. CONTADOR Alberto ASTANA 81h 46′ 17″
2. SCHLECK Andy TEAM SAXO BANK 81h 50′ 28″ + 04′ 11″
3. ARMSTRONG Lance ASTANA 81h 51′ 41″ + 05′ 24″
4. WIGGINS Bradley GARMIN – SLIPSTREAM 81h 52′ 18″ + 06′ 01″
5. SCHLECK Frank TEAM SAXO BANK 81h 52′ 21″ + 06′ 04″

Stage 21: Montereau-Fault-Yonne to Paris – Champs-Élysées

Tour de Fance Results

(Stage Results)
4/7 – Stage 1: Monaco – Monaco, 15 km
WINNER: Fabian Cancellara

5/7 – Stage 2: Monaco – Brignoles, 182km
WINNER: Mark Cavendish

6/7 – Stage 3: Marseille – Le Grande Motte, 196km
WINNER: Mark Cavendish

7/7 – Stage 4: Montpellier, 38km
WINNER: Team Astana

8/7 – Stage 5: Le Cap d’Agde – Perpignan, 197km
WINNER: Thomas Voeckler

9/7 – Stage 6: Girona (Spain) – Barcelona (Spain), 175km
WINNER: Thor Hushovd

10/7 – Stage 7: Barcelona (Spain) – Andorra (Andorra), 224km
WINNER: Brice Feillu

11/7 – Stage 8: Andorra La Vella (Andorra)- Saint Girons, 176km
WINNER: Luis-Leon Sanchez

12/7 – Stage 9: Saint Gaudens – Tarbes, 160km
WINNER: Pierrick Fedrigo

13/7 – Rest Day

14/7 – Stage 10: Limoges – Issoudun, 193km
WINNER: Mark Cavendish

15/7 – Stage 11: Vatan – Saint-Fargeau, 192km
WINNER: Mark Cavendish

16/7 – Stage 12: Tonnerre – Vittel, 200km
WINNER: Nicki Sorensen

17/7 – Stage 13: Vittel – Colmar, 200km
WINNER: Heinrich Haussler

18/7 – Stage 14: Colmar – Besancon, 199km
WINNER: Serguei Ivanov

19/7 – Stage 15: Pontarlier – Verbier (Switzerland), 207km
WINNER: Alberto Contador

20/7 – Rest Day

21/7 – Stage 16: Martigny (Switzerland) – Bourg-Saint-Maurice, 160km
WINNER: Mikel Astarloza

22/7 – Stage 17: Bourg-Saint-Maurice – Le Grand Bornand, 169km
WINNER: Frank Schleck

23/7 – Stage 18: Annency – Annency, 40km
WINNER: Alberto Contador

24/7 – Stage 19: Bourgoin-Jallieu – Aubenas, 195km
WINNER: Mark Cavendish

25/7 – Stage 20: Montelimar – Mont Vontoux, 167km
WINNER: Juan Manuel Garate

26/7 – Stage 21: Montereau – Paris Champs-Élysées, 160km
WINNER: Mark Renshaw

Also check: Tour de France 2009 Standings and watch the Tour de France Stage 21 Live Stream

UPDATE: Victory for Contador! Contador has won the Tour de France for a second time.