List of Tour de France winners

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The first Tour de France was in 1903, but it was not run during World War I and World War II.

Countries that have won in Tour de France

Tour winners by year (Table-1) and by nation (Table-2)[change | change source]

Because of the titles taken back from Lance Armstrong, and the other implications of the USADA sanctions which it decided on Monday 22 October, the Management Committee of the International Cycling Union (UCI), decided not to award victories to any other rider or upgrade other placings in any of the affected events.

Tour Year Winner Nationality Team
1 1903 Maurice Garin  France La Française
2 1904 Henri Cornet  France Cycles JC
3 1905 Louis Trousselier  France Cycles Peugeot
4 1906 René Pottier  France Cycles Peugeot
5 1907 Lucien Petit-Breton  France Cycles Peugeot
6 1908 Lucien Petit-Breton (2)  France Cycles Peugeot
7 1909 François Faber  Luxembourg Alycon
8 1910 Octave Lapize  France Alycon
9 1911 Gustave Garrigou  France Alycon
10 1912 Odile Defraye  Belgium Alycon
11 1913 Philippe Thys  Belgium Cycles Peugeot
12 1914 Philippe Thys (2)  Belgium Cycles Peugeot
1915 to 1918 World War I
13 1919 Firmin Lambot  Belgium La Sportive
14 1920 Philippe Thys (3)  Belgium La Sportive
15 1921 Léon Scieur  Belgium La Sportive
16 1922 Firmin Lambot (2)  Belgium Cycles Peugeot
17 1923 Henri Pélissier  France Automoto
18 1924 Ottavio Bottecchia  Italy Automoto
19 1925 Ottavio Bottecchia (2)  Italy Automoto
20 1926 Lucien Buysse  Belgium Automoto
21 1927 Nicolas Frantz  Luxembourg Alcyon
22 1928 Nicolas Frantz (2)  Luxembourg Alcyon
23 1929 Maurice De Waele  Belgium Alcyon
24 1930 André Leducq  France France
25 1931 Antonin Magne  France France
26 1932 André Leducq (2)  France France
27 1933 Georges Speicher  France France
28 1934 Antonin Magne (2)  France France
29 1935 Romain Maes  Belgium Belgium
30 1936 Sylvère Maes  Belgium Belgium
31 1937 Roger Lapébie  France France
32 1938 Gino Bartali  Italy Italy
33 1939 Sylvère Maes (2)  Belgium Belgium
1940-1946 World War II
34 1947 Jean Robic  France Ouest
35 1948 Gino Bartali (2)  Italy Italy
36 1949 Fausto Coppi  Italy Italy
37 1950 Ferdinand Kübler  Switzerland
38] 1951 Hugo Koblet  Switzerland
39 1952 Fausto Coppi (2)  Italy Italy
40 1953 Louison Bobet  France France
41 1954 Louison Bobet (2)  France France
42 1955 Louison Bobet (3)  France France
43 1956 Roger Walkowiak  France Nord-Est-Centre
44 1957 Jacques Anquetil  France France
45 1958 Charly Gaul  Luxembourg Holland-Luxembourg
46 1959 Federico Bahamontes  Spain Spain
47 1960 Gastone Nencini  Italy Italy
48 1961 Jacques Anquetil (2)  France France
49 1962 Jacques Anquetil (3)  France St-Raphael
50 1963 Jacques Anquetil (4)  France St-Raphael
51 1964 Jacques Anquetil (5)  France St-Raphael
52 1965 Felice Gimondi  Italy Salvarini
53 1966 Lucien Aimar  France Ford
54 1967 Roger Pingeon  France France
55 1968 Jan Janssen  Netherlands Holland
56 1969 Eddy Merckx  Belgium Faema
57 1970 Eddy Merckx (2)  Belgium Faemino
58 1971 Eddy Merckx (3)  Belgium Molteni
59 1972 Eddy Merckx (4)  Belgium Molteni
60 1973 Luis Ocaña  Spain Bic
61 1974 Eddy Merckx (5)  Belgium Molteni
62 1975 Bernard Thévenet  France Peugeot
63 1976 Lucien Van Impe  Belgium Gitane
64 1977 Bernard Thévenet (2)  France Peugeot
65 1978 Bernard Hinault  France Renault
66 1979 Bernard Hinault (2)  France Renault
67 1980 Joop Zoetemelk  Netherlands TI Raleigh
68 1981 Bernard Hinault (3)  France Renault
69 1982 Bernard Hinault (4)  France Renault
70 1983 Laurent Fignon  France Renault
71 1984 Laurent Fignon (2)  France Renault
72 1985 Bernard Hinault (5)  France La Vie Claire
73 1986 Greg Lemond  USA La Vie Claire
74 1987 Stephen Roche Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Irish Carrera
75 1988 Pedro Delgado  Spain Reynolds
76 1989 Greg LeMond (2)  USA ADR
77 1990 Greg LeMond (3)  USA Z
78 1991 Miguel Indurain  Spain Banesto
79 1992 Miguel Indurain (2)  Spain Banesto
80 1993 Miguel Indurain (3)  Spain Banesto
81 1994 Miguel Indurain (4)  Spain Banesto
82 1995 Miguel Indurain (5)  Spain Banesto
83 1996 Bjarne Riis [1]  Denmark Telekom
84 1997 Jan Ullrich  Germany Telekom
85 1998 Marco Pantani  Italy Mercatone Uno
86 1999 Lance Armstrong  USA US Postal
87 2000 Lance Armstrong  USA US Postal
88 2001 Lance Armstrong  USA US Postal
89 2002 Lance Armstrong  USA US Postal
90 2003 Lance Armstrong  USA US Postal
91 2004 Lance Armstrong  USA US Postal
92 2005 Lance Armstrong  USA Discovery Channel
93 2006 Oscar Pereiro [2]  Spain Caisse d'Epargne
94 2007 Alberto Contador  Spain Discovery Channel
95 2008 Carlos Sastre  Spain CSC
96 2009 Alberto Contador (2)  Spain Astana
97 2010 Andy Schleck[3] [4][5]  Luxembourg Team CSC
98 2011 Cadel Evans  Australia BMC Racing Team
99 2012 Bradley Wiggins  United Kingdom Team Sky
100 2013 Chris Froome  United Kingdom Team Sky


Rank Country Wins Most wins Number Most recent winner Year
1  France 36 Jacques Anquetil, Bernard Hinault 5 Bernard Hinault 1985
2  Belgium 18 Eddy Merckx 5 Lucien Van Impe 1976
3  Spain[6][7] 11 Miguel Indurain 5 Alberto Contador 2009
7  United States 3 Greg LeMond 3 Greg LeMond 1990
5  Italy 9 Ottavio Bottecchia, Gino Bartali, Fausto Coppi 2 Marco Pantani 1998
6  Luxembourg[7] 6 Nicolas Frantz 2 Andy Schleck 2010
8  Netherlands 2 Jan Janssen, Joop Zoetemelk 1 Joop Zoetemelk 1980
 Switzerland 2 Ferdinand Kübler, Hugo Koblet 1 Hugo Koblet 1951
 United Kingdom 2 Chris Froome, Bradley Wiggins 2 Chis Froome
9  Australia 1 Cadel Evans 1 Cadel Evans 2011
 Denmark 1 Bjarne Riis 1 Bjarne Riis 1996
 Germany 1 Jan Ullrich 1 Jan Ullrich 1997
Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland 1 Stephen Roche 1 Stephen Roche 1987

SEE: http://www.uci.ch With respect to Lance Armstrong and the implications of the USADA sanctions which it endorsed on Monday 22 October 2012, the Management Committee of the UCI decided not to award victories to any other rider or upgrade other placings in any of the affected events 1999-2005.

Notes[change | change source]

  1. Bjarne Riis has admitted to the use of doping during the 1996 Tour de France. The organisers of the Tour de France have stated they no longer consider him to be the winner, although UCI have refused to change the official status due to the amount of time passed since his win[1]
  2. Floyd Landis' win in 2006 was disputed as he tested positive for elevated levels of testosterone. He was the subject of an arbitration hearing before the USADA and a guilty verdict was reached on 20 September 2007. The UCI immediately stripped Landis of his title .
  3. Alberto Contador was the winner at the podium ceremony in Paris on the last day of the 2010 Tour de France but the race was under review by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Contador tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs during the race. The title was reassigned to second place finisher Andy Schleck. However, the official Tour de France website still lists Contador as the 2010 winner. "Race winners since 1903". Tour de France. Amaury Sport Organisation. http://www.letour.fr/2012/TDF/HISTO/us/palmares.html. Retrieved 2012-07-22.
  4. "Contador's doping drama looms large over 98th Tour de France". Sports Illustrated. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/writers/austin_murphy/06/30/contador.tour.de.france.preview/. Retrieved 1 July 2010.
  5. "Dope: Contador banned, stripped of Tour de France title". The Age (The Age). 2012-02-07. http://www.theage.com.au/sport/cycling/dope-contador-banned-stripped-of-tour-de-france--title-20120207-1r2b6.html. Retrieved 2012-02-07.
  6. Includes the changes made after Landis was stripped of the 2006 title.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Includes changes made after Contador was stripped of the 2010 title.