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1989 Tour de France

The Tour de France 1989 was the 76th Edition of the Tour de France one of the great Tours of Cycling. The Race consisted of 21 Stages and a Prologue over 3285km. It started on 1 July 1989 in Luxembourg before taking an anti-clockwise route through France to finish in Paris on 23 July. The Race was won by Greg Lemond of the Ad Renting–W-Cup–Bottecchia Team. It was the second Victory for the american who had spent the last two Seasons recovering from a near-fatal Hunting Accident. In second Place was previous two-time Tour Winner Laurent Fignon, ahead of Pedro Delgado, the defending Champion.