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|2009 UCI World Ranking, race 1 of 24|
|Dates||20 –25 January|
|Distance||802 km (498.3 mi)|
|Winning time||19h 26' 59"|
The 2009 Tour Down Under was the 11th edition of the Tour Down Under cycling stage race, taking place over 20–25 January in and around Adelaide, South Australia. The Tour Down Under was the first race outside Europe to be given ProTour status by the UCI, and this edition was the first race in the inaugural UCI World Ranking calendar.
This was the first race in Lance Armstrong's comeback.
The race was preceded by an opening race called Down Under Classic, not part of the UCI ProTour competition.
|Stage 1 Result|
|General Classification after Stage 1|
|Stage 2 Result|
|General Classification after Stage 2|
|Stage 3 Result|
|General Classification after Stage 2|
|Stage 4 Result|
|General Classification after Stage 4|
|Stage 5 Result|
|General Classification after Stage 5|
|Stage 6 Result|
|Final General Classification|
|1||Quick-Step||19h 26' 59"|
|2||Team Saxo Bank||+ 25"|
|3||Caisse d'Epargne||+ 30"|
|4||Ag2r–La Mondiale||+ 30"|
|5||Française des Jeux||+ 37"|
|6||Team Columbia–High Road||+ 38"|
|9||Française des Jeux||+ 40"|
|10||Française des Jeux||+ 40"|
|1||Caisse d'Epargne||19h 27' 29"|
|2||Française des Jeux||+ 7"|
|3||Française des Jeux||+ 10"|
|1||Française des Jeux||58h 22' 57"|
|2||Caisse d'Epargne||+ 8"|
|3||Ag2r–La Mondiale||+ 11"|
|General Classification||Mountains Classification||Points Classification||Young Rider Classification||Team Classification||Aggressive Rider|
|André Greipel||Olivier Kaisen||Jacopo Guarnieri||Team Milram||Olivier Kaisen|
|Allan Davis||Andoni Lafuente||José Joaquín Rojas||Rabobank||Aaron Kemps|
|Markel Irizar||Stuart O'Grady||Team Columbia–High Road||Cameron Meyer|
|Andoni Lafuente||Allan Davis||Française des Jeux||Vladimir Efimkin|
|Allan Davis||Andoni Lafuente||Allan Davis||José Joaquín Rojas||Française des Jeux|
Per the first published individual classification.
|2||Team Saxo Bank||87|
|5||Française des Jeux||50|
|6||Team Columbia–High Road||40|
|9||Française des Jeux||10|
|11||Team Columbia–High Road||6|
|13||Française des Jeux||4|
|14||Team Columbia–High Road||2|
|16||Française des Jeux||1|
|17||Team Columbia–High Road||1|
|19||Team Columbia–High Road||1|
|BBO||Bbox Bouygues Telecom|
|FDJ||Française des Jeux|
|SAX||Team Saxo Bank|
|THR||Team Columbia–High Road|
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