It looks like Lance Armstrong is going to win his 5th Tour de France, but this is the most amazing part of the race this year:
When the ceremonial 20th stage ends on Sunday, Alexandre Vinokourov, a Kazakh with Telekom, will be third, 4:29 behind. Fourth will be Tyler Hamilton, the American leader of CSC, who has been riding for three weeks with a double fracture of his right collarbone.
Hamilton finished second today, nine seconds behind Millar on the course from Pornic on the Atlantic inland to Nantes, one of the six stops in the first Tour in 1903. His performance vaulted Hamilton from sixth place to fourth over all.
With a BROKEN COLLARBONE.