Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a Espana: Stage Winners 2012

Time for a nice visual post of the stage winners of each stage of the Grand Tours this year, then some stats on them. Enjoy!

Giro d’Italia

Top Row: Taylor Phinney, Mark Cavendish, Matt Goss, Garmin-Barracuda, Mark Cavendish, Miguel Rubiano, Paolo Tiralongo.

Middle Row: Dominico Pozzovivo, Francisco Ventoso, Joaquim Rodriguez, Roberto Ferrari, Lars Bak, Mark Cavendish, Andrey Amador.

Bottom Row: Matteo Rabottini, Jon Izagirre, Joaquim Rodriguez, Andrea Guardini, Romain Kreuziger, Thomas de Gendt, Marco Pinnoti.

Tour de France

Top Row: Fabian Cancellara, Peter Sagan. Mark Cavendish, Peter Sagan, Andre Greipel, Andre Greipel, Peter Sagan.

Middle Row: Chris Froome, Thibaut Pinot, Bradley Wiggins, Thomas Voeckler, Pierre Rolland, David Millar.

Bottom Row: Andre Greipel, Luis Leon Sanchez, Piedro Fedrigo, Thomas Voeckler, Alejandro Valverde, Mark Cavendish, Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish

Vuelta a Espana

Top Row: Movistar, John Deglenkob, Alejandro Valverde, Simon Clarke, John Deglenkob, Joaquim Rodriguez, John Deglenkob.

Middle Row: Alejandro Valverde, Phillipe Gilbert, John Deglenkob, Frederik Kessiakoff, Joaquim Rodriguez, Steve Cummings, Joaquim Rodriguez.

Bottom Row: Antonio Piedra, Dario Cataldo, Alberto Contador, Daniele Bennati, Phillipe Gilbert, Denis Menchov, John Deglenkob.

Team wins

Team Sky:  9 (Mark Cavendish x6, Bradley Wiggins x 2, Chris Froome)

Movistar: 6 (TTT, Alejandro Valverde x 3, Francisco Ventoso, Andrey Amador)

Katusha:  6 (Joaquim Rodriguez x 5, Denis Menchov)

BMC: 5  (Phillipe Gilbert x 2, Steve Cummings, Taylor Phinney, Marco Pinnoti)

Argos-Shimano: 5 (John Deglenkob x 5)

Lotto-Belisol: 4 (Andre Greipel x 3, Lars Bak)

Astana: 3 (Frederik Kessiakoff, Romain Kreuiziger, Paolo Tiralongo)

Europcar: 3 (Thomas Voeckler x 2, Pierre Rolland)

Liquigas: 3 (Peter Sagan x 3)

Orica-GreenEdge: 2 (Matt Goss, Simon Clarke)

RadioShack-Nissan: 2 (Fabian Cancellara, Daniele Bennati)

FDJ: 2 (Thibaut Pinot, Piedro Fedrig0)

Farnese-Vini: 2 (Matteo Rabottini, Andrea Guardini)

Androni-Venezuela: 2 (Miguel Rubiano, Roberto Ferrari)

Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda: 2 (TTT, David Millar)

Colnago: 1 (Dominico Pozzovivo)

Euskatel-Euskadi: 1 (Jon Izzagire)

Rabobank: 1 (Luis Leon Sanchez)

OmegaPharma-QuickStep: 1(Dario Cataldo)

Vaconsoleil: 1 (Thomas de Gendt)

Saxo-Bank/TinkoffBank: 1 (Alberto Contador)

Caja Rujal: 1 (Antonio Piedra)

Top 10 Individuals

1. Mark Cavendish (Sky, GBR) – 6

2= Joaquim Rodriguez (Katusha, SPA) – 5

2=John Deglenkob (Argos-Shimano, GER) – 5

4= Alejandro Valverde (Movistar, SPA) – 3

4=Peter Sagan (Liquigas, SVK) – 3

4= Andre Greipel (Lotto-Belisol, GER) – 3

7= Bradley Wiggins (Sky, GBR) – 2

7= Phillipe Gilbert (BMC, BEL) – 2

7=Thomas Voeckler (Europcar, FRA) – 2

10. 29 riders on 1 win.

Wins per country

1. Spain: 13 (Joaquim Rodriguez x 5, Alejandro Valverde x 3, Francisco Ventoso, Jon Izzagire, Luis Leon Sanchez, Antonio Piedra, Alberto Contador)

2. Great Britain: 11 ((Mark Cavendish x6, Bradley Wiggins x 2, Chris Froome, David Millar, Steve Cummings)

3. Germany: 8 (John Deglenkob x 5, Andre Greipel x 3)

4. Italy: 7 (Paolo Tiralongo, Roberto Ferrari, Domenico Pozzovivo, Andrea Guardini, Marco Pinotti, Dario Cataldo, Daniele Bennati)

5. France: 5 (Thomas Voeckler x 2, Pierre Rolland, Thibaut Pinot, Piedro Fedrigo)

6. Slovakia: 3 (Peter Sagan x 3)

7. Belgium: 3 (Thomas De Gendt, Phillipe Gilbert x 2)

8. Australia: 2 (Simon Clarke, Matt Goss)

9. Colombia, Denmark, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Russia all on 1.

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