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Tour de France betting 2020

Le Tour de France is the grandest of all the Grand Tours on the road cycling circuit. Staged over three weeks every summer (June-July), it offers a myriad of betting opportunities for the canny gambler who knows the riders, the stages and the classifications. Le Tour de France betting begins as soon as the race finishes, with online betting sites launching futures markets in the minutes after the race concludes. The top cycling betting sites will have extensive betting markets on Le Tour de France, while many bookmakers will also have promotions surrounding the event.

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How to bet on Tour de France

The Tour de France comes with more online betting options than any other road cycling race. Below are a few of the most popular betting markets available at leading sports betting operators.

Outright betting – Who will win the race? Bookies run outright winner markets for all classifications.

Team betting – Which team will take home the general classification? That’s all there is to it.

Stage betting – Who will cross the finish line first? Bookies take bets on each of the 21 stages.

Props and exotics – Choose from head-to-head matchups, time margins and dozens of props for each stage.

Le Tour de France 2020 stages

Le 2020 Tour de France starts Saturday, June 27 and finishes Sunday, July 19, at Paris Champs-Élysées. With the exception of a short stint across the Spanish border during the 16th stage, the entirety of the 3,351 kilometre race will take place in Metropolitan France.

STAGE DATE ROUTE DISTANCE TYPE
1 Sat, July 6 Bruxelles > Brussel 192km Flat
2 Sun, July 7 Bruxelles Palais Royal > Brussel Atomium 27km Team TT
3 Mon, July 8 Binche > Épernay 214km Hilly
4 Tue, July 9 Reims > Nancy 215km Flat
5 Wed, July 10 Saint-Dié-des-Vosges > Colmar 169km Hilly
6 Thu, July 11 Mulhouse > La Planche des Belles Filles 157km Mountain
7 Fri, July 12 Belfort > Chalon-sur-Saône 230km Flat
8 Sat, July 13 Mâcon > Saint-Étienne 199km Hilly
9 Sun, July 14 Saint-Étienne > Brioude 170km Hilly
10 Mon, July 15 Saint-Flour > Albi 218km Flat
REST DAY Tue, July 16 Albi
11 Wed, July 17 Albi > Toulouse 167km Flat
12 Thu, July 18 Toulouse > Bagnères-de-Bigorre 202km Mountain
13 Fri, July 19 Pau > Pau 27km Individual TT
14 Sat, July 20 Tarbes > Tourmalet Barèges 117km Mountain
15 Sun, July 21 Limoux > Foix Prat d’Albis 185km Mountain
REST DAY Mon, July 22 Nîmes
16 Tue, July 23 Nîmes > Nîmes 177km Flat
17 Wed, July 24 Pont du Gard > Gap 206km Hilly
18 Thu, July 25 Embrun > Valloire 207km Mountain
19 Fri, July 26 Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne > Tignes 123km Mountain
20 Sat, July 27 Albertville > Val Thorens 131km Mountain
21 Sun, July 28 Rambouillet > Paris Champs-Élysées 127km Flat

Tour de France classifications

Le Tour’s various classifications are designed to showcase all different types of cyclists, from the hardiest stayers to the zippiest sprinters. To be a successful bettor on Le Tour de France, you need to understand these different stages, and how they might impact each rider. Here’s how Le Tour de France classifications they work:

General classification

Awarded each year since 1903, the general classification is the oldest and most prestigious title on offer at the Tour de France. The winner is determined by tallying each rider’s aggregate time over the course of all 21 stages. Throughout the race, the leader of the general classification earns the right to wear the coveted yellow jersey.

Mountains classification

Introduced in 1933, the Tour de France mountain classification rewards those who perform best during the race’s gruelling alpine stages. The number of points available depends on the difficulty of the climb – for example, a total of 97 points are dished out to the first 10 climbers to complete the longest, steepest ascents. The classification leader wears the distinctive white jersey with red polka dots and the winner is declared King of the Mountains.

Points classification

The points classification was introduced in 1953 in a bid to attract sprinters to Le Tour. Points are awarded to the first 15 riders across the line at the end of each stage. There are also bonus points for the first 15 riders to reach designated sprint zones within stages. Whomever finishes with the most points wins the green jersey, which is worn by the points leader throughout the race.

Young rider classification

The young rider title has undergone several changes over the years. Originally, only riders in their first three years on the professional circuit were eligible. In 1983, the classification was restricted to only those who were competing in Le Tour for the first time. That lasted until 1987, when the rules were broadened to include all riders under the age of 26. Within those guidelines, the white jersey is awarded in the same manner as the general classification.


Tour de France winners by classification

  • YEAR WINNER NATION TEAM TIME (MARGIN)
    2018 Geraint Thomas Great Britain Team Sky 83h 17′ 13″ (+1′ 51″)
    2017 Chris Froome Great Britain Team Sky 86h 20′ 55″ (+54″)
    2016 Chris Froome Great Britain Team Sky 89h 4′ 48″ (+4′ 5″)
    2015 Chris Froome Great Britain Team Sky 84h 46′ 14″ (+1′ 12″)
    2014 Vincenzo Nibali Italy Astana 89h 59′ 6″ (+7′ 37″)
    2013 Chris Froome Great Britain Team Sky 83h 56′ 20″ (+4′ 20″)
    2012 Bradley Wiggins Great Britain Team Sky 87h 34′ 47″ (+3′ 21″)
    2011 Cadel Evans Australia BMC Racing 86h 12′ 22″ (+1′ 34″)
    2010 Andy Schleck* Luxembourg Team Saxo Bank 91h 59′ 22″ (+1′ 22″)
    2009 Alberto Contador Spain Astana 85h 48′ 35″ (+4′ 11″)
    2008 Carlos Sastre Spain CSC-Saxo Bank 87h 52′ 52″ (+58″)
    2007 Alberto Contador Spain Discovery Channel 91h 0′ 23″ (+23″)
    2006 Oscar Pereiro Spain Caisse d’Epargne–Illes Balears 89h 40′ 27″ (+32″)
    2005 No winner**
    2004 No winner**
    2003 No winner**
    2002 No winner**
    2001 No winner**
    2000 No winner**
    1999 No winner**
    1998 Marco Pantani Italy Mercatone Uno-Bianchi 92h 49′ 46″ (+3′ 21″)
    1997 Jan Ullrich Germany Team Telekom 100h 30′ 35″ (+9′ 09″)
    1996 Bjarne Riis Denmark Team Telekom 95h 57′ 16″ (+1′ 41″)
    1995 Miguel Indurain Spain Banesto 92h 44′ 59″ (+4′ 35″)
    1994 Miguel Indurain Spain Banesto 103h 38′ 38″ (+5′ 39″)
    1993 Miguel Indurain Spain Banesto 95h 57′ 09″ (+4′ 59″)
    1992 Miguel Indurain Spain Banesto 100h 49′ 30″ (+4′ 35″)
    1991 Miguel Indurain Spain Banesto 101h 01′ 20″ (+3′ 36″)
    1990 Greg LeMond United States Z-Tomasso 90h 43′ 20″ (+2′ 16″)
    1989 Greg LeMond United States AD Renting 87h 38′ 35″ (+8″)
    1988 Pedro Delgado Spain Reynolds 84h 27′ 53″ (+7′ 13″)
    1987 Stephen Roche Ireland Carrera Jeans-Vagabond 115h 27′ 42″ (+40″)
    1986 Greg LeMond United States La Vie Claire 110h 35′ 19″ (+3′ 10″)
    1985 Bernard Hinault France La Vie Claire 113h 24′ 23″ (+1′ 42″)
    1984 Laurent Fignon France Renault-Elf 112h 03′ 40″ (+10′ 32″)
    1983 Laurent Fignon France Renault-Elf 105h 07′ 52″ (+4′ 4″)
    1982 Bernard Hinault France Renault-Elf-Gitane 92h 08′ 46″ (+6′ 21″)
    1981 Bernard Hinault France Renault-Elf-Gitane 96h 19′ 38″ (+14′ 34″)
    1980 Joop Zoetemelk Netherlands TI-Raleigh-Creda 109h 19′ 14″ (+6′ 55″)
    1979 Bernard Hinault France Renault-Gitane 103h 06′ 50″ (+13′ 7″)
    1978 Bernard Hinault France Renault-Gitane-Campagnolo 108h 18′ 00″ (+3′ 56″)
    1977 Bernard Thevenet France Peugeot-Esso-Michelin 115h 38′ 30″ (+48″)
    1976 Lucien Van Impe Belgium Gitane-Campagnolo 116h 22′ 23″ (+4′ 14″)
    1975 Bernard Thevenet France Peugeot-BP-Michelin 114h 35′ 31″ (+2′ 47″)
    1974 Eddy Merckx Belgium Molteni 116h 16′ 58″ (+8′ 4″)
    1973 Luis Ocaña Spain Bic 122h 25′ 34″ (+15′ 51″)
    1972 Eddy Merckx Belgium Molteni 108h 17′ 18″ (+10′ 41″)
    1971 Eddy Merckx Belgium Molteni 96h 45′ 14″ (+9′ 51″)
    1970 Eddy Merckx Belgium Faemino-Faema 119h 31′ 49″ (+12′ 41″)
    1969 Eddy Merckx Belgium Faema 116h 16′ 02″ (+17′ 54″)
    1968 Jan Janssen Netherlands Pelforth-Sauvage-Lejeune 133h 49′ 42″ (+38″)
    1967 Roger Pingeon France Peugeot-BP-Michelin 136h 53′ 50″ (+3′ 40″)
    1966 Lucien Aimar France Ford France-Hutchinson 117h 34′ 21″ (+1′ 7″)
    1965 Felice Gimondi Italy Salvarani 116h 42′ 06″ (+2′ 40″)
    1964 Jacques Anquetil France Saint-Raphael-Gitane-Dunlop 127h 09′ 44″ (+55″)
    1963 Jacques Anquetil France Saint-Raphael-Gitane-Geminiani 113h 30′ 05″ (+3′ 35″)
    1962 Jacques Anquetil France Saint-Raphael-Helyett-Hutchinson 114h 31′ 54″ (+4′ 59″)
    1961 Jacques Anquetil France 122h 01′ 33″ (+12′ 14″)
    1960 Gastone Nencini Italy 112h 08′ 42″ (+5′ 2″)
    1959 Federico Bahamontes Spain 123h 46′ 45″ (+4′ 1″)
    1958 Charly Gaul Luxembourg 116h 59′ 05″ (+3′ 10″)
    1957 Jacques Anquetil France 135h 44′ 42″ (+4′ 56″)
    1956 Roger Walkowiak France 124h 01′ 16″ (+ 1′ 25″)
    1955 Louison Bobet France 130h 29′ 26″ (+4′ 53″)
    1954 Louison Bobet France 140h 06′ 05″ (+15′ 49″)
    1953 Louison Bobet France 129h 23′ 25″ (+14′ 18″)
    1952 Fausto Coppi Italy 151h 57′ 20″ (+28′ 17″)
    1951 Hugo Koblet Switzerland 142h 20′ 14″ (+22′ 0″)
    1950 Ferdinand Kübler Switzerland 145h 36′ 56″ (+9′ 30″)
    1949 Fausto Coppi Italy 149h 40′ 49″ (+10′ 55″)
    1948 Gino Bartali France 147h 10′ 36″ (+26′ 16″)
    1947 Jean Robic France 148h 11′ 25″ (+3′ 58″)
    WORLD WAR II
    1939 Sylvere Maes Belgium 132h 03′ 17″ (+30′ 38″)
    1938 Gino Bartali Italy 148h 29′ 12″ (+18′ 27″)
    1937 Roger Lapebie France 138h 58′ 31″ (+7′ 17″)
    1936 Sylvere Maes Belgium 142h 47′ 32″ (+26′ 55″)
    1935 Romain Maes Belgium 141h 23′ 00″ (+17′ 55″)
    1934 Antonin Magne France 147h 13′ 58″ (+27′ 31″)
    1933 Georges Speicher France 147h 51′ 37″ (+4′ 1″)
    1932 Andre Leducq France 154h 11′ 49″ (+24′ 3″)
    1931 Antonin Magne France 177h 10′ 03″ (+12′ 56″)
    1930 Andre Leducq France Alcyon-Dunlop 172h 12′ 16″ (+14′ 13″)
    1929 Maurice De Waele Belgium Alcyon-Dunlop 186h 39′ 15″ (+44′ 23″)
    1928 Nicolas Frantz Luxembourg Alcyon-Dunlop 192h 48′ 58″ (+50′  7″)
    1927 Nicolas Frantz Luxembourg Alcyon-Dunlop 198h 16′ 42″ (+1h 48′ 41″)
    1926 Lucien Buysse Belgium Automoto-Hutchinson 238h 44′ 25″ (+1h 22′ 25″)
    1925 Ottavio Bottecchia Italy Automoto-Hutchinson 219h 10′ 18″ (+45′ 20″)
    1924 Ottavio Bottecchia Italy Automoto 226h 18′ 21″ (+35′ 36″)
    1923 Henri Pelissier France Automoto-Hutchinson 222h 15′ 30″ (+30′ 41″)
    1922 Firmin Lambot Belgium Peugeot-Wolber 222h 08′ 06″ (+41′ 15″)
    1921 Leon Scieur Belgium La Sportive 221h 50′ 26″ (+18′ 36″)
    1920 Philippe Thys Belgium La Sportive 228h 36′ 13″ (+57′ 21″)
    1919 Firmin Lambot Belgium La Sportive 231h 07′ 15″ (+1h 42′ 54″)
    WORLD WAR I
    1914 Philippe Thys Belgium Peugeot-Wolber 200h 28′ 48″ (+1′ 50″)
    1913 Philippe Thys Belgium Peugeot-Wolber 197h 54′ 00″ (+8′ 37″)
    1912 Odile Defraye Belgium Alcyon-Dunlop 49 pts (+59 pts)
    1911 Gustave Garrigou France Alcyon-Dunlop 43 pts (+18 pts)
    1910 Octave Lapize France Alcyon-Dunlop 63 pts (+4 pts)
    1909 Francois Faber Luxembourg Alcyon-Dunlop 37 pts (+20 pts)
    1908 Lucien Petit-Breton France Peugeot-Wolber 36 pts (+32 pts)
    1907 Lucien Petit-Breton France Peugeot-Wolber 47 pts (+19 pts)
    1906 Rene Pottier France Peugeot-Wolber 31 pts (+8 pts)
    1905 Louis Trousselier France Peugeot-Wolber 35 pts (+26 pts)
    1904 Henri Cornet*** France Conte 96h 05′ 55″ (+2h 16′ 14″)
    1903 Maurice Garin France La Francaise 94h 33′ 14″ (+2h 59′ 21″)

    * Andy Schleck was awarded the title after Alberto Contador was found guilty of doping.
    ** Lance Armstrong’s seven consecutive wins were struck off due to doping charges.
    *** Maurice Garin and several other riders were disqualified for cheating.

  • YEAR WINNER NATION TEAM
    2018 Julian Alaphilippe France Quick-Step Floors
    2017 Warren Barguil France Team Sunweb
    2016 Rafal Majka Poland Tinkoff
    2015 Chris Froome Great Britain Team Sky
    2014 Rafal Majka Poland Tinkoff-Saxo
    2013 Nairo Quintana Colombia Team Movistar
    2012 Thomas Voeckler France Team Europcar
    2011 Samuel Sanchez Spain Euskaltel-Euskadi
    2010 Anthony Charteau France Bbox Bouygues Telecom
    2009 No winner
    2008 Carlos Sastre Spain CSC-Saxo Bank
    2007 Mauricio Soler Colombia Barloworld
    2006 Michael Rasmussen Denmark Rabobank
    2005 Michael Rasmussen Denmark Rabobank
    2004 Richard Virenque France Quick-Step
    2003 Richard Virenque France Quick-Step
    2002 Laurent Jalabert France CSC-Tiscali
    2001 Laurent Jalabert France CSC-Tiscali
    2000 Santiago Botero Colombia Kelme-Costa Blanca
    1999 Richard Virenque France Team Polti
    1998 Christophe Rinero France Cofidis
    1997 Richard Virenque France Festina-Lotus
    1996 Richard Virenque France Festina-Lotus
    1995 Richard Virenque France Festina-Lotus
    1994 Richard Virenque France Festina-Lotus
    1993 Tony Rominger Switzerland CLAS-Cajastur
    1992 Claudio Chiapucci Italy Carrea Jeans-Vagabond
    1991 Claudio Chiapucci Italy Carrera Jeans-Tassoni
    1990 Thierry Claveyrolat France RMO
    1989 Gert-Jan Theunisse Netherlands PDM-Concorde
    1988 Steven Rooks Netherlands PDM-Ultima-Concorde
    1987 Luis Herrera Colombia Cafe de Colombia-Varta
    1986 Bernard Hinault France La Vie Claire
    1985 Luis Herrera Colombia Varta-Cafe de Colombia-Mavic
    1984 Robert Millar Great Britain Peugeot-Shell-Michelin
    1983 Lucien Van Impe Belgium Metauro Mobili-Pinarello
    1982 Bernard Valet France La Redoute-Motobecane
    1981 Lucien Van Impe Belgium Boston-Mavic
    1980 Raymond Martin France Miko-Mercier-Vivagel
    1979 Giovanni Battaglin Italy Inoxpran
    1978 Mariano Martinez France Jobo-Spidel-La Roue d’Or
    1977 Luciene Van Impe Belgium Lejeune-BP
    1976 Giancarlo Bellini Italy Brooklyn
    1975 Lucien Van Impe Belgium Gitane-Campagnolo
    1974 Domingo Perurena Spain Kas-Kaskol
    1973 Pedro Torres Spain La Casera-Peña Bahamontes
    1972 Lucien Van Impe Belgium Sonolor
    1971 Lucien Van Impe Belgium Sonolor-Lejeune
    1970 Eddy Merckx Belgium Faemino-Faema
    1969 Eddy Merckx Belgium Faema
    1968 Aurelio Gonzales Spain Spain
    1967 Julio Jimenez Spain Spain
    1966 Julio Jimenez Spain Ford France-Hutchinson
    1965 Julio Jimenez Spain Kas-Kaskol
    1964 Federico Bahamontes Spain Margnat-Paloma-Dunlop
    1963 Federico Bahamontes Spain Margnat-Paloma-Dunlop
    1962 Federico Bahamontes Spain Margnat-Paloma-D’Alessandro
    1961 Imerio Massignan Italy Italy
    1960 Imerio Massignan Italy Italy
    1959 Federico Bahamontes Spain Spain
    1958 Federico Bahamontes Spain Spain
    1957 Gastone Nencini Italy Italy
    1956 Charly Gaul Luxembourg Luxembourg
    1955 Charly Gaul Luxembourg Luxembourg
    1954 Federico Bahamontes Spain Spain
    1953 Jesus Loroño Spain Spain
    1952 Fausto Coppi Italy Italy
    1951 Raphael Geminiani France France
    1952 Louison Bobet France France
    1949 Fausto Coppi Italy Italy
    1948 Gino Bartali Italy Italy
    1947 Pierre Brambilla Italy Italy
    WORLD WAR II
    1939 Sylvere Maes Belgium Belgium
    1938 Gino Bartali Italy Italy
    1937 Felicien Vervaecke Belgium Belgium
    1936 Julian Berrendero Spain Spain-Luxembourg
    1935 Felicien Vervaecke Belgium Belgium
    1934 Rene Vietto France France
    1933 Vicente Trueba Spain Touriste-routier

  • YEAR WINNER NATION POINTS (MARGIN)
    2018 Peter Sagan Slovakia 477 (-201)
    2017 Michael Matthews Australia 370 (-136)
    2016 Peter Sagan Slovakia 470 (-242)
    2015 Peter Sagan Slovakia 432 (-66)
    2014 Peter Sagan Slovakia 431 (-49)
    2013 Peter Sagan Slovakia 409 (-97)
    2012 Peter Sagan Slovakia 421 (-141)
    2011 Mark Cavendish Great Britain 334 (-62)
    2010 Alessandro Petacchi Italy 243 (-11)
    2009 Thor Hushovd Norway 280 (-10)
    2008 Oscar Freire Spain 270 (-50)
    2007 Tom Boonen Belgium 256 (-22)
    2006 Robbie McEwen Australia 288 (-89)
    2005 Thor Hushovd Norway 194 (-12)
    2004 Robbie McEwen Australia 272 (-25)
    2003 Baden Cooke Australia 216 (-2)
    2002 Robbie McEwen Australia 280 (-19)
    2001 Erik Zabel Germany 252 (-8)
    2000 Erik Zabel Germany 321 (-118)
    1999 Erik Zabel Germany 323 (-48)
    1998 Erik Zabel Germany 327 (-97)
    1997 Erik Zabel Germany 350 (-127)
    1996 Erik Zabel Germany 335 (-51)
    1995 Laurent Jalabert France 333 (-62)
    1994 Djamolidine Abdoujaparov Uzbekistan 322 (-49)
    1993 Djamolidine Abdoujaparov Uzbekistan 298 (-141)
    1992 Laurent Jalabert France 293 (-31)
    1991 Djamolidine Abdoujaparov Soviet Union 316 (-53)
    1990 Olaf Ludwig East Germany 256 (-35)
    1989 Sean Kelly Ireland 277 (-83)
    1988 Eddy Planckaert Belgium 278 (-85)
    1987 Jean-Paul van Poppel Netherlands 263 (-16)
    1986 Eric Vanderaerden Belgium 277 (-45)
    1985 Sean Kelly Ireland 434 (-102)
    1984 Frank Hoste Belgium 322 (-4)
    1983 Sean Kelly Ireland 360 (-216)
    1982 Sean Kelly Ireland 429 (-277)
    1981 Freddy Maertens Belgium 428 (-206)
    1980 Rudy Pevenage Belgium 194 (-41)
    1979 Bernard Hinault France 253 (-96)
    1978 Freddy Maertens Belgium 242 (-53)
    1977 Jacques Esclassan France 236 (-96)
    1976 Freddy Maertens Belgium 293 (-153)
    1975 Rik Van Linden Belgium 342 (-102)
    1974 Patrick Sercu Belgium 283 (-13)
    1973 Herman Van Springel Belgium 187 (-21)
    1972 Eddy Merckx Belgium 196 (-61)
    1971 Eddy Merckx Belgium 202 (-16)
    1970 Walter Godefroot Belgium 212 (-5)
    1969 Eddy Merckx Belgium 244 (-95)
    1968 Franco Bitossi Italy 241 (-22)
    1967 Jan Janssen Netherlands 154 (-35)
    1966 Willy Planckaert Belgium 211 (-22)
    1965 Jan Janssen Netherlands 144 (-14)
    1964 Jan Janssen Netherlands 208 (-9)
    1963 Rik Van Looy Belgium 275 (-137)
    1962 Rudi Altig West Germany 173 (-29)
    1961 Andre Darrigade France 174 (-5)
    1960 Jean Graczyk France 74 (-34)
    1959 Andre Darrigade France 613 (-89)
    1958 Jean Graczyk France 347 (+59)
    1957 Jean Forestier France 301 (+16)
    1956 Stan Ockers Belgium 280 (+184)
    1955 Stan Ockers Belgium 322 (+77)
    1954 Ferdinand Kübler Switzerland 215.5 (+69)
    1953 Fritz Schär Switzerland 271 (+36)

  • YEAR WINNER NATION GC RESULT
    2018 Pierre Latour France 13th
    2017 Simon Yates Great Britain 7th
    2016 Adam Yates Great Britain 4th
    2015 Nairo Quintana Colombia 2nd
    2014 Thibaut Pinoit France 3rd
    2013 Nairo Quintana Colombia 2nd
    2012 Tejay van Garderen United States 5th
    2011 Pierre Rolland France 10th
    2010 Andy Schleck Luxembourg 1st
    2009 Andy Schleck Luxembourg 2nd
    2008 Andy Schleck Luxembourg 12th
    2007 Alberto Contador Spain 1st
    2006 Damiano Cunego Italy 12th
    2005 Yaroslav Popovych Ukraine 12th
    2004 Vladimir Karpets Russia 13th
    2003 Dennis Menchov Russia 11th
    2002 Ivan Basso Italy 11th
    2001 Oscar Sevilla Spain 7th
    2000 Francisco Mancebo Spain 9th
    1999 Benoit Salmon France 16th
    1998 Jan Ullrich Germany 2nd
    1997 Jan Ullrich Germany 1st
    1996 Jan Ullrich Germany 2nd
    1995 Marco Pantani Italy 13th
    1994 Marco Pantani Italy 3rd
    1993 Antonio Martin Spain 12th
    1992 Eddy Bouwmans Netherlands 14th
    1991 Alvaro Mejia Colombia 19th
    1990 Gilles Delion France 15th
    1989 Fabrice Philipot France 24th
    1988 Erik Breukink Netherlands 12th
    1987 Raul Alcala Mexico 9th
    1986 Andrew Hampsten United States 4th
    1985 Fabio Parra Colombia 8th
    1984 Greg LeMond United States 3rd
    1983 Laurent Fignon France 1st
    1982 Phil Anderson Australia 5th
    1981 Peter Winnen Netherlands 5th
    1980 Johan van de Velde Netherlands 12th
    1979 Jean-Rene Bernaudeau France 5th
    1978 Henk Lubberdig Netherlands 8th
    1977 Dietrich Thurau West Germany 5th
    1976 Enrique Martinez Heredia Spain 23rd
    1975 Francesco Moser Italy 7th

Tour de France records

Most Tour de France titles: Five – Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault, Miguel Indurain

Most yellow jerseys: 96 – Eddy Merckx

Most yellow jerseys without winning: 29 – Fabian Cancellara

Most stage wins: 34 – Eddy Merckx

Most appearances: 17 – Stuart O’Grady, Jens Voigt, Sylvain Chavanel

Most finishes: 16 – Joop Zoetemelk

Largest winning margin: Two hours, 59 minutes, 21 seconds – Maurice Garin, 1903

Shortest winning margin: Eight seconds – Greg LeMond, 1989

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