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Stage 16 (Pau to Bayonne, 197.5km): 1 Tyler Hamilton (USA) Team CSC 4hrs 59mins 41secs, 2 Erik Zabel (Ger) Team Telekom at 1min 55secs, 3 Yuriy Krivtsov (Ukr) Jean Delatour, 4 Luca Paolini (Ita) Quick.Step-Davitamon, 5 Gerrit Glomser (Aut) Saeco, 6 Bram De Groot (Ned) Rabobank.
Stage 6 leaders (Nevers to Lyon, 230km): 1 Alessandro Petacchi (Ita) Fassa Bortolo 5hrs 8mins 35secs, 2 Baden Cooke (Aus) FDJeux.com, 3 Fabrizio Guidi (Ita) Team Bianchi, 4 Thor Hushovd (Nor) Credit Agricole, 5 Romans Vainsteins (Lat) Vini Caldirola-So.Di, 6 Damien Nazon (Fra) Brioches La Boulangere, 7 Sebastien Hinault (Fra) Credit Agricole, 8 Gerrit Glomser (Aut) Saeco, 9 Yuriy Krivtsov (Ukr) Jean Delatour, 10 Luca Paolini (Ita) Quick.Step-Davitamon.
STAGE 5, TROYES: 1 Alessandro Petacchi (Ita) Fassa Bortolo 4hr 9min 47sec; 2 Jaan Kirsipuu (Est) AG2R Prevoyance; 3 Baden Cooke (Aus) fdjeux.com; 4 Erik Zabel (Ger) Team Telekom; 5 Robbie McEwen (Aus) Lotto/Domo; 6 Luca Paolini (Ita) Quick Step/Davitamon; 7 Thor Hushovd (Nor) Credit Agricole; 8 Stuart O'Grady (Aus) Credit Agricole; 9 Fred Rodriguez (USA); 10 Jean-Patrick Nazon (Fra) Jean Delatour; 11 Olaf Pollack (Ger) Gerolsteiner; 12 Oscar Freire (Spa) Rabobank; 13 Damien Nazon (Fra); 14 Romans Vainsteins (Lat) Caldirola/So.Di; 15 Sebastien Hinault (Fra) Credit Agricole; 16 Bradley McGee (Aus) fdjeux.com; 17 Fabrizio Guidi (Ita) Team Bianchi; 18 Yuriy Krivtsov (Ukr) Jean Delatour; 19 Alexandre Botcharov (Rus) AG2R Prevoyance; 20 Gerrit Glomser (Aut)
The Jean Delatour team leader has yet to make much of a show in this year's tour, but that could change today.
After picking up 14 seconds of bonus time throughout the stage, Jean Delatour's Nazon did enough to snatch the yellow jersey away from Australian Bradley McGee to become the first French rider to lead the overall standings since Francois Simon in 2001.
After picking up 14 seconds of bonus time throughout the stage, the Jean Delatour rider did enough to snatch the yellow jersey away from Australian Bradley McGee and become the first French rider to lead the overall standings since Francois Simon in 2001.
Spaniard David Etxebarria was third for Euskatel, while Laurent Brochard, from Jean Delatour, and Spain's David Latassa, of the iBanesto team, came in fourth and fifth respectively.
Armstrong then had stage leader Laurent Roux of Jean Delatour in his sights.
Stage 3 (Charleville-Mezieres - Saint-Dizier, 167.5 km): 1 Alessandro Petacchi (Ita) Fassa Bortolo 3hrs 27mins 39secs, 2 Romans Vainsteins (Lat) Vini Caldirola-So.Di, 3 Oscar Freire (Spa) Rabobank, 4 Erik Zabel (Ger) Team Telekom, 5 Robbie McEwen (Aus) Lotto Domo, 6 Luca Paolini (Ita) Quick.Step-Davitamon, 7 Olaf Pollack (Ger) Gerolsteiner, 8 Angelo Furlan (Ita) Alessio, 9 Salvatore Commesso (Ita) Saeco, 10 Stuart O'Grady (Aus) Credit Agricole, 11 Thor Hushovd (Nor) Credit Agricole, 12 Robert Hunter (Rsa) Rabobank, 13 Bradley McGee (Aus) FDJeux.com, 14 Jean-Patrick Nazon (Fra) Jean Delatour, 15 Jerome Pineau (Fra) Brioches La Boulangere.
Jegou, who was leading at the time, recovered but lost the lead to Frederic Finot of Jean Delatour.
And when the action got under way, French duo Lilian Jegou of the Credit Agricole team and, in particular, Frederic Finot of Jean Delatour gave the race leaders cause for concern.
A French trio of Franck Renier of Bonjour, Credit Agricole's Sebastien Hinault and Stephane Auge of Jean Delatour each had their eye on winning on Bastille Day.