Mark Cavendish yesterday claimed his 24th Tour de France stage win on the sea front in Marseille. Here, we look at each of Cav's victories:
2008 - Stage five - Cholet to Chateauroux: Becomes the first Briton to win a stage for five years as he holds off late attacks from Thor Hushovd, Oscar Freire and Erik Zabel to triumph in a sprint shoot-out.
2008 - Stage eight - Figeac to Toulouse: A slingshot by Team Columbia team-mate Gerald Ciolek allows the duo to leapfrog Jimmy Casper of Agritubel in the final 30 metres of a wet stage.
2008 - Stage 12 - Lavelanet to Narbonne: Becomes the first Brit to win three stages on the same Tour as he triumphs without the help of a team-mate in the final sprint finish.
2008 - Stage 13 - Narbonne to Nimes: Further enhances his reputation as the fastest sprint finisher as he beats Erik Zabel, Hushovd and Robbie McEwen over the last 100m.
2009 - Stage two - Monaco to Brignoles: Makes a fine start to the Tour by beating Tyler Farrar of Garmin-Slipstream and Agritubel's Romain Feillu to the win.
2009 - Stage three - Marseille to La Grande-Motte: Holds onto the green jersey after triumphing from a group of 27 riders who made the break with 30 kilometres to go.
2009 - Stage 10 - Limoges to Issoudun: Shows typical grit to see off Hushovd in the dash for the line.
2009 - Stage 11 - Vatan to Saint-Fargeau: An eighth stage win sees him equal Barry Hoban's record for stage wins by a British rider.
2009 - Stage 19 - Bourgoin-Jallieu to Aubenas: Holds off Hushovd to keep himself in with a chance of snatching the green jersey.
2009 - Stage 21 - Montereau-Fault-Yonne to Paris Champs-Elysees: Wins by a handsome margin in the tour's traditional closing stage.
2010 - Stage five - Epernay to Montargis: An emotional Cavendish takes victory just a day after producing a disappointing finish when in with a chance of taking the win on stage four.
2010 - Stage six - Montargis to Gueugnon: Sees off Farrar and Alessandro Petacchi for his 12th stage win.
2010 - Stage 11 - Sisteron to Bourg-les-Valence: Cavendish's 13th win comes at a cost as his main lead-out man, Mark Renshaw, is thrown out of the Tour after headbutting Garmin-Transitions rival Julian Dean to clear space for Cavendish in the sprint finish.
2010 - Stage 18 - Salies-de-Bearn to Bordeaux: Cavendish has time to look over his shoulder as he races to the line, raising hopes that he can snatch the green jersey from Hushovd and Petacchi on Sunday in Paris.
2010 - Stage 20 - Longjumeau to Paris Champs Elysees: Behind Hushovd and Petacchi coming out of the final bend but surges past them to take the line but not the green jersey.
2011 - Stage five - Carhaix to Cap Frehel: The Manx Missile came from nowhere to surge to a stunning win after a crash-strewn day across the undulating terrain of Brittany.
2011 - Stage seven - Le Mans to Chateauroux: Secures victory in his trademark style, pipping Petacchi and Andre Greipel in a sprint finish after fellow Briton Bradley Wiggins had crashed out.
2011 - Stage 11 - Blaye-les-Mines to Lavaur: A day after losing to arch-rival Greipel, Cavendish responded with a comfortable win in torrential rain in Lavaur.
2011 - Stage 15 - Limoux to Montpellier: Cavendish's HTC-Highroad team worked at the front of the peloton all day and the Manxman delivered with a fourth win of the 2011 Tour.
2011 - Stage 21 - Creteil to Paris Champs Elysees: Cavendish claimed a fifth win of 2011, a third successive win in Paris and won a first points classification green jersey of his career, moving to sixth on the list of all-time Tour stage winners.
2012 - Stage two - Vise to Tournai: With Team Sky's resources concentrated on Bradley Wiggins' bid for overall glory, Cavendish operated primarily on his own in the finale and showed his supreme bike-handling ability to win his first Tour stage in the world champion's jersey.
2012 - Stage 18 - Blagnac to Brive-la-Gaillard: Wiggins' decision to support Cavendish in the sprint and lead out his team-mate is fully justified as the Manxman uses all his skill to veer from left to right and speed to a convincing win.
2013 - Stage five - Cavendish shrugs off the lingering effects of bronchitis on the seafront in Marseille, following an excellent lead-out from his Omega Pharma-Quick Step team to win comfortably.
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