Grand Tour Stage Winners 1999-2014

It’s 2015, which means that before we know it, we will be at the Giro, and the Grand Tours will be under way. So, as an interesting aside, I thought it would be novel to look at just how many riders actually win a Grand Tour stage.

Since (and including) 1999, there have been 48 Grand Tours, which have had a total, by my probably inaccurate count, of 963 stages that could be won by individuals between them. I have removed Team time trials, and obviously, some stages have been annulled or canceled due to weather or events.

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However since the turn of the century, only 336 men have been lucky enough to triumph in a Grand Tour with a stage win. Of those, 175, over 52%, have only won only one stage, meaning just 161 riders have won more then one stage since 1999.

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Of those, 240 have only won stages in one Grand Tour. For instance, Lance Armstrong has 20 stage wins in total in this period, but accumulated them all in one Grand Tour, the Tour de France, so he is counted in this group. 77 riders have managed to win in two grand tours, in all the combinations, whether it be Giro-Tour, Giro-Vuelta or Tour-Vuelta.  Finally, just 19 riders have managed to win a stage in all three grand tours over the years, and one very special rider, Alessandro Petacchi, has won stages in all three in one year.

These 19 riders deserve special recognition, so here they are, listed according to the number of wins overall they have (in the 1999-2014 period).

1. Alessandro Petacchi

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– Won stages in all 3 grand tours in 2003, equaling a feat achieved only by Spain’s Miguel Poblet in 1956 and Italian Pierino Baffi in 1958. Petacchi won 6 stages at the Giro, 4 at the Tour and 5 at the Vuelta.
– Won 9 stages in the 2004 Giro
– Has won the points classification in all three Grand Tours, albeit only once for each: 2004 for the Giro, 2005 for the Vuelta and 2010 for the Tour

2. Mark Cavendish

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– Holds the record for sprint stages won (25) in the Tour de France, although not the road stage record.
– Has won all three points classifications in 2012 for the Giro, 2011 for the Tour and 2010 for the Vuelta.
– Has won an average of 3.6 stages in each grand Tour he has finished, and an average of 2.9 including those he has abandoned.

3. Mario Cipollini

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There is too little space here to record Super Mario’s antics, which included boasts of orgies, riding with a picture of a naked lady on his stem (“I know what my wife looks like”) and turning up to races in various fancy dress guises.
– Holds the outright record for Giro stage wins at 42, which he accumulated from 1989-2003.He also won Tour stages in 1993 and 1995-1998.
– His team was once only able to ride the 2003 Vuelta if Cipollini came to the race. He promptly did, then abandoned on stage one after the prologue TT. This may explain why he only took 3 stage wins at the event, although being thrown out in 2000 for punching Francisco Cerezo probably didnt help either.

4. Andre Greipel

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– Greipel had to make do with playing second fiddle to Mark Cavendish for a couple of years at HTC/High Road, during which he was limited to the Giro and Vuelta.
– He is however extremely consistent – bar his very first appearances in the Vuelta in 2006 and 2007, he has won at least a stage in every grand tour he has entered from 2008 to 2014.
– Greipel only has one points classification to his name, at the 2009 Vuelta, where he won 4 stages.

5. Daniele Bennati

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– “The Panther” is one of only a handful of current riders to have won on the Champs Elysees (Others are Tom Boonen, Mark Cavendish, Gert Steegmans and Marcel Kittel)
– Had a remarkable end to his 2007 Tour where he won both from a breakaway and into Paris in the space of 4 days.
– Dueled with Mark Cavendish in the 2008 Giro, ultimately winning 3 stages to the Manxman’s 2, as well as the points classification.

6. Gilberto Simoni

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– Simoni is arguably the most successful GC contender in the 99-14 era to have won stages of all three Grand Tours
– He won two editions of the Giro in 2001 and 2003, and finished on the podium of his home race a further five times.
– Simoni attempted the Giro-Tour double in 2003, winning the first part but coming 84th at the Tour, although he did win a stage.

7. Joaquim Rodriguez

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– Rodriguez is unfortunately known for coming second rather often, although not for the lack of trying. He has been second, and not won, at: the World Championships (2013), Giro d’Italia (2012), Liege-Bastonge-Liege (2013), Amstel Gold Race (2011) and the Clasica San Sebastian (2005).
– He has won the Tour of Lombardy twice, stages in all three grand tours, Fleche Wallone, the World Tour three times and the Tour of Catalunya twice.
– Rodriguez has an impressive 10 year gap between his first and last Grand Tour stage wins (2003 and 2013)

8. Marcel Kittel

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– Supposedly, Kittel is the only man Cavendish hasn’t beaten in a head to head sprint, although the two have beaten each other thanks to crosswinds etc.
– Kittel was signed to Skil Shimano as a time trialist after winning bronze in the U23 Worlds TT, but kept dropping the man he was meant to be leading out (Kenny Van Hummel), so became the squad’s sprinter instead.
– Kittel is probably the purest sprinter of the 1999-2014 age – his weight of 86 kilos makes it unlikely he could replicate the Classics and Worlds success of riders like Cavendish, Cipollini and Petacchi unless courses are significantly flattened.

9. David Millar

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– Millar is best known for his stance as a reformed anti doping campaigner after being caught with EPO, although his story has been somewhat mythologised to suggest that he came clean rather than got caught and denied the allegations.
– Millar has worn all three Grand Tour leaders jerseys, albeit the Golden Vuelta jersey rather than the new red one.
– He would have won another Tour prologue in 2003 if he had fitted a front mech – it was removed and his chain bounced off on the cobbled finish,losing by 0.14 seconds.

10. Denis Menchov

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– Menchov has now got a rather ominous cloud hanging over his career thanks to the revelations about Dr Leinders and Rabobank’s doping program, as well as his own ban and quiet disqualification from the 2010 Tour.
– Even the number of Grand Tours he has won is uncertain: whilst the 2007 Vuelta and 2009 Giro are his, the 2005 Vuelta is in the process of being reawarded to Roberto Heras.
– Menchov was a former white jersey at the Tour de France in 2003.

11. Paolo Bettini

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– Despite being with Mapei/QuickStep since 1999, Bettini took 5 years from his first GT stage win, at the Tour in 2000, to win another.
– He did though fill the gap with various Monument titles, such as Liege Bastonge Liege and Milan San Remo, before adding the Tour of Lombardy as well.
– Won the rainbow jersey twice in two years after trying all his career – sadly, shortly after his first triumph, his brother Sauro died in a car accident, leading a rainbow clad Bettini to an emotional triumph days later at the Tour of Lombardy.

12. Aitor Gonzalez

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– Overturned a 1;08 gap to Roberto Heras on the final day of the 2002 Vuelta to win his only Grand Tour.
– Finished 6th and won two stages of the Giro in the same year.
– Ultimately ended his career after being implicated in Operacion Puerto.

13. Tyler Farrar

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– Despite holding wins in all three Grand Tours, Two Vatenfall Cyclassics and Schedelprijs, Farrar is perhaps better known as someone who comes second rather alot. In fact, since 2008 he has won 30 times, come second 41 times and third 37 times.
– Farrar was heavily affected by the death of his friend Wouter Weylandt in the 2011 Giro, which led to his “W” celebration when he won a stage of the Tour de France the same year.
– Farrar is an honourary citizen of Ghent, and speaks fluent Flemish.

14. Pablo Lastras

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– 39 year old Lastras is a domestique in principle, but has still rattled off stage wins in all three Grand Tours.
– Caisse d’Epargne actually announced they had were not to renew his contract in 2007, before a stage win at the Eneco Tour made them reconsider.
– Has ridden for the same team since turning professional in 1998.

15. Philippe Gilbert

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– Gilbert has podiumed at 4 of the 5 monuments, winning 2 (Liege Bastonge Liege and the Tour of Lombardy)
– He had a annus mirrabilis in 2011, where he won all 4 events in the Ardennes Week.
– Signed by BMC off the back of this, Gilbert has “only” given them Vuelta stage wins and a Worlds title (the first one actually on a BMC) for their investment.

16. Jan Ullrich
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– Ullrich actually has 7 Tour stage wins to his name (from 1996, 1997 & 1998) but only managed one when Lance Armstrong turned up.
– More decorated then many realise, with the 1997 Tour de France, 1999 Vuelta, 2 World Time trial Championships and a 2000 Olympic Road Race Gold to his credit.
– Der Kaiser does not hold the record for second places at the Tour (Zoetemelk does), but he still managed 5 second places (and a voided 3rd in 2005)

17. Simon Gerrans

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– Gerrans has become a Classics winning machine in recent years, adding Milan San Remo, Liege Bastogne Liege, GP Montreal and GP Quebec and GP Ouest France.
– Of his last 4 teams (Credit Agricole, Cervelo, Sky and Orica Greenedge) he has won stages of Grand Tours with all but one – Sky
– Gerrans is the first Australian to win either of the two Monuments he has triumphed in.

18. David Zabriske

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– Zabriske became the 3rd American to wear the yellow jersey in 2005 when he won the opening TT (not a prologue due to its length) it a time so fast it would have been the fastest TT in Tour history, although its length of 19km made it an awkward proposition, so it has an asterisk instead.
– Technically, Zabriske has been stripped of all of these wins due to his involvement with US Postal. As they have not be reassigned, they are awarded to him here.
– His Vuelta stage win required a 161km solo breakaway to triumph.

19. Juan Manuel Garate

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– Garate won three grand tour stages in his career, but managed one in each grand tour.
– He will forever be remembered for his triumph on the Ventoux stage of the 2009 Tour de France
– He won each stage for a separate team – Lampre, Quickstep and Rabobank.

And a special case…

20. Alberto Contador

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Contador has physically won stages in all three grand Tours (although not very many given his attacking style), but his 2011 Giro stages have been reassigned, meaning he doesnt technically make the list, which is a shame, as he would also have been the only man to have won stages whilst in the leaders jersey of every event. He didn’t win any stages in his 2008 Giro triumph, so he is a half in, half out man on this list.

The below graph shows how many different individuals won stages in each year for each event, and shows that it’s roughly constant, although the last couple of years have seen a decline, meaning less people are winning more stages. Still, it’s fairly unpronounced – i just thought it would be interesting.

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Here’s the chart of riders and their wins. Remember that it’s from 1999-2014 only, so riders like Mario Cipollini don’t have all the wins they accumulated in their careers. Similarly, there are issues with certain wins – some wins where doping was later proven/admitted have been reassigned, and some have simply been left with a line through them. Where a win has been reassigned, I’ve given it to the new winner (so Alejandro Valverde gets one of Riccardo Ricco’s 2008 stage wins a tthe Tour for instance) whilst if the winner has been crossed out, I’ve given it to that person, hence why Lance Armstrong has 20 wins to his name.

Alessandro Petacchi 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011 2003, 2010 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010 27 6 21 54
Mark Cavendish 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 2010 15 25 3 43
Mario Cipollini 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 1999 2002 17 4 3 24
Robbie McEwen 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 1999, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 12 12 24
Lance Armstrong 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 20 20
Thor Hushovd 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 2005, 2006, 2010 10 3 13
Alejandro Valverde 2005, 2008, 2012 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2012, 2014 4 8 12
Erik Zabel 2000, 2001, 2002 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007 4 8 12
Andre Greipel 2008, 2010 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 2009 2 5 4 11
Daniele Bennati 2008 2007 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012 3 2 6 11
Fabian Cancellara 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012 2009, 2013 8 3 11
Gilberto Simoni 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007 2003 2000, 2001 8 1 2 11
Joaquim Rodriguez 2012 2010 2003, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 2 1 8 11
Marcel Kittel 2014 2013, 2014 2011 2 8 1 11
Oscar Freire 2002, 2006, 2008 2000, 2004, 2007, 2008 4 7 11
Danilo Di Luca 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2009 2002, 2007 7 3 10
David Millar 2011 2000, 2002, 2003, 2012 2001, 2003, 2006, 2009 1 4 5 10
John Degenkolb 2013 2012, 2014 1 9 10
Stefano Garzelli 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010 10 10
Roberto Heras 1999 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 1 8 9
Alberto Contador 2007, 2009 2008, 2012, 2014 3 5 8
Alexander Vinokourov 2003, 2005, 2010 2000, 2007 4 4 8
Denis Menchov 2009 2006 2004, 2005,2007, 2012 2 1 5 8
Paolo Bettini 2005, 2006 2000 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 2 1 5 8
Tom Boonen 2004, 2005, 2007 2008 6 2 8
Vincenzo Nibali 2010, 2011, 2013 2014 4 4 8
Ivan Basso 2005, 2006, 2010 2004 6 1 7
Peter Sagan 2012, 2013 2011 4 3 7
Aitor Gonzalez 2002, 2003 2004 2002 3 1 2 6
Damiano Cunego 2004 2009 4 2 6
Ivan Quaranta 1999, 2000, 2001 6 6
Samuel Sanchez 2011 2005, 2006, 2007 1 5 6
Tyler Farrar 2010 2011 2009, 2010 2 1 3 6
Carlos Sastre 2009 2003, 2007, 2008 2 3 5
Chris Froome 2012, 2013 2011 4 1 5
David Moncoutie 2004, 2005 2008, 2009, 2011 2 3 5
Juan Miguel Mercado 2004, 2006 2001 2 3 5
Laurent Jalabert 1999 2001 3 2 5
Leonardo Piepoli 2006, 2007 2004, 2007 3 2 5
Marcel Wust 2000 1999 1 4 5
Marco Pantani 1999 2000 4 1 5
Michael Rasmussen 2005, 2006, 2007 2003 4 1 5
Pablo Lastras 2001 2003 2002, 2011 1 1 3 5
Paolo Savoldelli 1999, 2005, 2006, 2007 2005 4 1 5
Philippe Gilbert 2009 2011 2010, 2012, 2013 1 1 3 5
Richard Virenque 1999 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 1 4 5
Santiago Botero 2002 2001, 2002 2 3 5
Serhiy Honchar 1999, 2003, 2004 2006 3 2 5
Tom Steels 1999, 2000 5 5
Tony Martin 2011, 2013, 2014 2011, 2014 3 2 5
Emaneule Sella 2004, 2008 4 4
Erik Dekker 2000, 2001 4 4
Felix Cardenas 2001 2000, 2003, 2004 1 3 4
Igor Anton 2011 2006, 2010, 2011 1 3 4
Jan Ullrich 2006 2003 1999 1 1 2 4
Luis Leon Sanchez 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012 4 4
Nacer Bouhanni 2014 2014 3 1 4
Pierrick Fedrigo 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012 4 4
Rik Verbrugghe 2001, 2002, 2006 2001 3 1 4
Roberto Laiseka 2001 1999, 2000, 2005 1 3 4
Simon Gerrans 2009 2008, 2013 2009 1 2 1 4
Thomas Voeckler 2009, 2010, 2012 4 4
Andy Schleck 2010, 2011 3 3
Bradley McGee 2004 2002, 2003 1 2 3
Bradley Wiggins 2010 2012 1 2 3
Cadel Evans 2010 2007, 2011 1 2 3
Daniel Moreno 2011, 2013 3 3
Dario Frigo 2001, 2003 2002 2 1 3
David Zabriske 2005 2005 2004 1 1 1 3
Diego Ulissi 2011, 2014 3 3
Edvald Boasson Hagen 2009 2011 1 2 3
Eladio Jimenez 2000, 2004, 2005 3 3
Fabio Aru 2014 2014 1 2 3
Filippo Pozzato 2010 2004, 2007 1 2 3
Francisco Ventoso 2011, 2012 2006 2 1 3
Franco Pellizotti 2006, 2008, 2009 3 3
Giovanni Lombardi 2002, 2003 2002 2 1 3
Igor Gonzalez de Galdenao 1999, 2001 3 3
Jaan Kirsipuu 1999, 2002, 2004 3 3
Jeroen Blijlevens 1999 1999 2 1 3
Jose Rujano 2005, 2011 3 3
Juan Jose Cobo 2008 2009, 2011 1 2 3
Juan Manuel Garate 2006 2009 2001 1 1 1 3
Julio Alberto Perez Cuapio 2001, 2002 3 3
Kurt Asle Arvesen 2003, 2007 2008 2 1 3
Levi Leipheimer 2007 2008 1 2 3
Mariano Piccoli 2000 2000 1 2 3
Michael Matthews  2014 2013, 2014  1 3 4
Michael Rogers 2014 2014 2 1 3
Michele Scarponi 2009, 2010 3 3
Nairo Quintana 2014 2013 2 1 3
Pieter Weening 2011, 2014 2005 2 1 3
Riccardo Ricco 2007, 2008 3 3
Robert Forster 2006, 2007 2006 2 1 3
Robert Hunter 2007 1999, 2001 1 2 3
Rui Costa 2011, 2013 3 3
Sandy Casar 2007, 2008, 2010 3 3
Santiago Perez 2004 3 3
Sylvain Chavanel 2008, 2010 3 3
Vasil Kiryienka 2008, 2011 2013 2 1 3
Abraham Olano Manzano 1999, 2000 2 2
Adam Hansen 2013 2014 1 1 2
Alex Zulle 1999, 2000 2 2
Alexander Kristoff 2014 2 2
Alvaro Gonzalez de Galdeano 2000 2000 1 1 2
Angelo Furlan 2002 2 2
Christian Moreni 2000 1999 1 1 2
Christophe Riblon 2010, 2013 2 2
Daniel Martin 2013 2011 1 1 2
Danilo Hondo 2001 2 2
David Extabarria 1999 2 2
Dimiitri Konishev 2000 1999 1 1 2
Enrico Battaglin 2013, 2014 2 2
Fabrizio Guidi 1999, 2000 2 2
Filippo Simeoni 2001, 2003 2 2
Frank Schleck 2007, 2009 2 2
Frank Vandenbroucke 1999 2 2
Gert Steegmans 2007, 2008 2 2
Giovanni Visconti 2013 2 2
Giuseppe Guerini 1999, 2005 2 2
Guido Trentin 2001, 2002 2 2
Heinrich Haussler 2009 2005 1 1 2
Iban Mayo 2007 2003 1 1 2
Imanol Erviti 2008, 2010 2 2
Isidro Nozal 2003 2 2
Ivan Parra 2005 2 2
Jan Hruska 2000 2 2
Jan Svorada 2000 2001 1 1 2
Jean-Patrick Nazon 2003, 2004 2 2
Jens Voigt 2008 2001, 2006 1 1 2
Jose Maria Jimenez 1999, 2001 2 2
Kim Kirchen 2007, 2008 2 2
Lars Boom 2014 2009 1 1 2
Leonardo Bertagnolli 2009 2005 1 1 2
Luca Paolini 2013 2006 1 1 2
Luis Felipe Laverde 2006, 2007 2 2
Luis Perez Rodriguez 2003, 2007 2 2
Marco Pinotti 2008, 2012 2 2
Marzio Bruseghin 2007, 2008 2 2
Matteo Tosatto 2001 2006 1 1 2
Matteo Trentin 2013, 2014 2 2
Matthew Goss 2010, 2012 2 2
Mikel Nieve 2011 2010 1 1 2
Nicki Sorensen 2009 2005 1 1 2
Paolo Tiralongo 2011, 2012 2 2
Pierre Rolland 2011, 2012 2 2
Pietro Caucchioli 2001 2 2
Rafal Majka 2014 2 2
Ramunas Navardauskas 2013 2014 1 1 2
Rigoberto Uran 2013, 2014 2 2
Ryder Hesjedal 2009, 2014 2 2
Salvatore Commesso 1999, 2000 2 2
Santiago Blanco 2001, 2002 2 2
Sergei Ivanov 2001, 2009 2 2
Sergio Paulinho 2010 2007 1 1 2
Stefan Schumacher 2006 2 2
Stefano Zanini 2001 2000 1 1 2
Tyler Hamilton 2003 2004 1 1 2
Vladimir Efimkin 2008 2007 1 1 2
Warren Barguil 2013 2 2
Wouter Weylandt 2010 2008 1 1 2
Adriano Malori 2014 1 1
Alessandro Ballan 2008 1 1
Alessandro Bertolini 2008 1 1
Alessandro de Marchi 2014 1 1
Alex Dowsett 2013 1 1
Alexandre Geniez 2013 1 1
Andrea Guardini 2012 1 1
Andreas Klier 2007 1 1
Andrei Kashechkin 2006 1 1
Andrei Zintchenko 2000 1 1
Andrey Amador 2012 1 1
Angel Casero 2000 1 1
Angel Vicioso 2011 1 1
Anthony Roux 2009 1 1
Antonio Piedra 2012 1 1
Axel Merckx 2000 1 1
Baden Cooke 2003 1 1
Bart de Clerq 2011 1 1
Bauke Mollema 2013 1 1
Beat Zberg 2001 1 1
Benat Intxauskti 2013 1 1
Bert Grabsch 2007 1 1
Biagio Conte 2000 1 1
Blel Kadri 2014 1 1
Borut Bozic 2009 1 1
Brett Lancaster 2005 1 1
Brice Feillu 2009 1 1
Carlos Barredo 2010 1 1
Carlos Conteras 2001 1 1
Carlos Garcia Quesada 2005 1 1
Cedric Vasseur 2007 1 1
Chris Anker Sprensen 2010 1 1
Chris Horner 2013 1 1
Christope Moreau 2001 1 1
Christopge Agnolutto 2000 1 1
Christophe le Mevel 2005 1 1
Christopher Sutton 2011 1 1
Claus Michael Moller 2001 1 1
Constanino Zaballa 2004 1 1
Cyril Dessel 2008 1 1
Damien Monier 2010 1 1
Daniel Navarro 2014 1 1
Daniel Ratto 2013 1 1
Daniele Nardello 1999 1 1
Danilo Napolitano 2007 1 1
Dario Cataldo 2012 1 1
David Arroyo 2008 1 1
David Garcia 2008 1 1
David Lopez 2010 1 1
David McKenzie 2000 1 1
Davide Bramati 2000 1 1
Denis Lunghi 2002 1 1
Denis Zanette 2001 1 1
Domenico Pozzovivo 2012 1 1
Egoi Martinez 2006 1 1
Ellis Rastelli 2001 1 1
Enrico Cassani 2000 1 1
Eros Capecchi 2011 1 1
Evgeni Petrov 2010 1 1
Ezequiel Mosquera 2010 1 1
Fabio Baldato 2003 1 1
Fabio Roscioli 1999 1 1
Fernando Escartin 1999 1 1
Francesco Casagrande 2000 1 1
Francesco Gacazzi 2011 1 1
Franciso Mancebo 2005 1 1
Fred Rodriguez 2004 1 1
Fredrik Kessiakoff 2012 1 1
Gabriele Bosisio 2008 1 1
Georg Totschnig 2005 1 1
George Hincapie 2005 1 1
Gerald Ciolek 2009 1 1
Gianpaolo Mondini 1999 1 1
Greg Henderson 2009 1 1
Greg Van Avermaet 2008 1 1
Gustav Cesar Veloso 2009 1 1
Gustav Larsson 2010 1 1
Ignatas Konovalovas 2009 1 1
Jakob Piil 2003 1 1
Jan Bakelandts 2013 1 1
Jan Koerts 2000 1 1
Jason McCartney 2007 1 1
Javier Pasal Rodriguez 2004 1 1
Javier Vicente Garcia 2000 1 1
Jelle Vanendert 2011 1 1
Jerome Pineau 2010 1 1
Jimmy Casper 2006 1 1
Joan Horrach 2006 1 1
Johann Tschopp 2010 1 1
John Gadret 2011 1 1
Jon Izagirre 2012 1 1
Jose Enrique Gutierrez 2004 1 1
Jose Jaime Gonzalez 1999 1 1
Jose Julia 2004 1 1
Jose Luis Arrieta 2006 1 1
Jose Luis Rubiera 2000 1 1
Jose Vicente Garcia Acosta 2002 1 1
Juan Antonio Flecha 2003 1 1
Juan Carlos Dominguez 2002 1 1
Juan Jose Haedo 2011 1 1
Julian Arredondo 2014 1 1
Kanstansin Siutsou 2009 1 1
Karsten Kroon 2002 1 1
Kenny Elissonde 2013 1 1
Koldo Gil 2005 1 1
Lars Bak 2012 1 1
Laurent Brochard 1999 1 1
Leon Van Bon 2000 1 1
Leonardo Duque 2007 1 1
Leopold Konig 2013 1 1
Linus Gerdemann 2007 1 1
Lorenzo Bernucci 2005 1 1
Lucca Mazzanti 2005 1 1
Ludo Dierckxsens 1999 1 1
Luka Mezgec 2014 1 1
Manuel Belletti 2010 1 1
Marc Wauters 2001 1 1
Marco Canola 2014 1 1
Marcus Burghardt 2008 1 1
Matteo Priamo 2008 1 1
Matteo Rabottini 2012 1 1
Matthew Lloyd 2010 1 1
Matthias Kessler 2006 1 1
Matti Breschel 2008 1 1
Mauricio Soler 2007 1 1
Mauro Santambrogio 2013 1 1
Max Van Heeswijk 2005 1 1
Maxim Belkov 2013 1 1
Michael Albasini 2011 1 1
Michael Boogerd 2002 1 1
Michael Morkov 2013 1 1
Miguel Angel Rubiano 2012 1 1
Nicholas Roche 2013 1 1
Oscar Gatto 2011 1 1
Oscar Pereiro 2005 1 1
Paolo Bossoni 2000 1 1
Paolo Lanfranchi 2000 1 1
Patrice Hagland 2002 1 1
Pavel Brutt 2008 1 1
Pavel Tonkov 2002, 2004 1 1
Pedro Diaz Lobato 2003 1 1
Peter Velits 2010 1 1
Philip Deignan 2009 1 1
Przemyslaw Niemiec 2014 1 1
Rein Taaramae 2011 1 1
Roberto Ferrari 2012 1 1
Romain Vainsteins 1999 1 1
Roman Kreuziger 2012 1 1
Ruben Plaza 2005 1 1
Rubens Bertogliati 2002 1 1
Samuel Dumoulin 2008 1 1
Sebastien Hinault 2008 1 1
Serge Baguet 2001 1 1
Sergei Smetanine 2002 1 1
Serguei Outchakov 1999 1 1
Servais Knaven 2003 1 1
Simon Clarke 2012 1 1
Stefano Pirazzi 2014 1 1
Steve Cummings 2012 1 1
Stuart O’Grady 2004 1 1
Sylvain Calzati 2006 1 1
Taylor Phinney 2012 1 1
Thibaut Pinot 2012 1 1
Thomas de Gendt 2012 1 1
Tom Danielson 2006 1 1
Tomas Konecny 2001 1 1
Tomas Vaitkus 2006 1 1
Tony Gallopin 2014 1 1
Unai Extebarria 2003 1 1
Viatcheslav Ekimov 1999 1 1
Victor Hugo Pena 2000 1 1
Winner Anacona 2014 1 1
Yaroslav Popovych 2006 1 1
Yauheni Hutarovich 2010 1 1
Zdenek Stybar 2013 1 1
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