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Tour de France 2014: The previous winners

2013

Chris Froome on the 2013 winner's podium Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Christopher Froome (GBR)
  • 2 Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas (Colombia)
  • 3 Joaquim Rodriguez Oliver (Spain)

2012

  • 1 Bradley Wiggins (GBR)
  • 2 Christopher Froome (GBR)
  • 3 Vincenzo Nibali (Italy)

2011

Cadel Evans Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Cadel Evans (Australia)
  • 2 Andy Schleck (Luxembourg)
  • 3 Frank Schleck (Luxembourg)

2010

  • 1 *Andy Schleck (Luxembourg)
  • 2 Denis Menchov (Russia)
  • 3 Samuel Sánchez Gonzalez (Spain)

2009

  • 1 Alberto Contador Velasco (Spain)
  • 2 Andy Schleck (Luxembourg)
  • 3 Lance Armstrong (USA)

2008

  • 1 Carlos Sastre Candil (Spa)
  • 2 Cadel Evans (Australia)
  • 3 *Denis Menchov (Rus)

2007

Alberto Contador Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Alberto Contador Velasco (Spain)
  • 2 Cadel Evans (Australia)
  • 3 Levi Leipheimer (USA)

2006

  • 1 *Oscar Pereiro (Spain)
  • 2 Andreas Klöden (Germany)
  • 3 Carlos Sastre (Spain)

2005

Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles Credit: Press Association
  • 1 *Lance Armstrong (USA)
  • 2 Ivan Basso (Ita)
  • 3 Jan Ullrich (Ger)

2004

  • 1 *Lance Armstrong (USA)
  • 2 Andreas Klöden (Germany)
  • 3 Ivan Basso (Italy)

2003

  • 1 *Lance Armstrong (USA)
  • 2 Jan Ullrich (Germany)
  • 3 Alexandre Vinokourov (Kazakstan)

2002

  • 1 *Lance Armstrong (USA)
  • 2 Joseba Beloki (Spain)
  • 3 Raimondas Rumsas (Lithuania)

2001

  • 1 *Lance Armstrong (USA)
  • 2 Jan Ullrich (Germany)
  • 3 Joseba Beloki (Spain)

2000

  • 1 *Lance Armstrong (USA)
  • 2 Jan Ullrich (Germany)
  • 3 Joseba Beloki (Spain)

1999

Armstrong (left) winning the first of his titles which would later be stripped from him Credit: Press Association
  • 1 *Lance Armstrong (USA)
  • 2 Alex Zulle (Switzerland)
  • 3 Fernando Escartin (Spain)

1998

  • 1 Marco Pantani (Italy)
  • 2 Jan Ullrich (Germany)
  • 3 Bobby Julich (USA)

1997

Jan Ullrich Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Jan Ullrich (Germany)
  • 2 Richard Virenque (France)
  • 3 Marco Pantani (Italy)

1996

  • 1 Bjarne Riis (Denmark)
  • 2 Jan Ullrich (Germany)
  • 3 Richard Virenque (France)

1995

Miguel Indurain won five consecutive titles Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Miguel Indurain (Spain)
  • 2 Alex Zülle (Switzerland)
  • 3 Bjarne Riis (Denmark)

1994

  • 1 Miguel Indurain (Spain)
  • 2 Pietr Ugrumov (Russia)
  • 3 Marco Pantani (Italy)

1993

  • 1 Miguel Indurain (Spain)
  • 2 Tony Rominger (Swizerland)
  • 3 Zenon Jaskula (Poland)

1992

  • 1 Miguel Indurain (Spain)
  • 2 Claudio Chiapucci (Italy)
  • 3 Gianni Bugno (Italy)

1991

  • 1 Miguel Indurain (Spain)
  • 2 Gianni Bugno (Italy)
  • 3 Claudio Chiapucci (Italy)

1990

  • 1 Greg LeMond (USA)
  • 2 Claudio Chiapucci (Italy)
  • 3 Erik Breukink (Netherlands)

1989

Greg LeMond was the first non-European to win the Tour de France Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Greg LeMond (USA)
  • 2 Laurent Fignon (France)
  • 3 Pedro Delgado (Spain)

1988

  • 1 Pedro Delgado (Spain)
  • 2 Steven Rooks (Netherlands)
  • 3 Fabio Parra (Colombia)

1987

Stephen Roche is the only Irishman to win the Tour Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Stephen Roche (Ireland)
  • 2 Pedro Delgado (Spain)
  • 3 Jean-Francois Bernard (France)

1986

  • 1 Greg LeMond (USA)
  • 2 Bernard Hinault (France)
  • 3 Urs Zimmerman (Switzerland)

1985

  • 1 Bernard Hinault (France)
  • 2 Greg LeMond (USA)
  • 3 Stephen Roche (Ireland)

1984

  • 1 Laurent Fignon (France)
  • 2 Bernard Hinault (France)
  • 3 Greg LeMond (USA)

1983

  • 1 Laurent Fignon (France)
  • 2 Angel Arroyo (Spain)
  • 3 Peter Winnen (Netherlands)

1982

Bernard Hinault was the last Frenchman to win the Tour Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Bernard Hinault (France)
  • 2 Joop Zoetemelk (Netherlands)
  • 3 Jo Van der Velde (Netherlands)

1981

  • 1 Bernard Hinault (France)
  • 2 Lucien Van Impe (Belgium)
  • 3 Robert Alban (France)

1980

Joop Zoetemelk leading a peloton Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Joop Zoetemelk (Netherlands)
  • 2 Hennie Kuiper (Netherlands)
  • 3 Raymond Martin (France)

1979

  • 1 Bernard Hinault (France)
  • 2 Joop Zoetemelk (Netherlands)
  • 3 Joaquim Agostinho (Portugal)

1978

  • 1 Bernard Hinault (France)
  • 2 Joop Zoetemelk (Netherlands)
  • 3 Joaquim Agostinho (Portugal)

1977

  • 1 Bernard Thévenet (France)
  • 2 Hennie Kuiper (Netherlands)
  • 3 Lucien Van Impe (Belgium)

1976

  • 1 Lucien Van Impe (Belgium)
  • 2 Joop Zoetemelk (Netherlands)
  • 3 Raymond Poulidor (France)

1975

  • 1 Bernard Thévenet (France)
  • 2 Eddy Merckx (Belgium)
  • 3 Lucien Van Impe (Belgium)

1974

  • 1 Eddy Merckx (Belgium)
  • 2 Raymond Poulidor (France)
  • 3 Vicente Lopez-Carrill (Spain)

1973

  • 1 Luis Ocana (Spain)
  • 2 Bernard Thévenet (France)
  • 3 Jose-Manuel Fuente (Spain)

1972

Eddie Merck is one of the Tour's most legendary riders Credit: Getty Images
  • 1 Eddy Merckx (Belgium)
  • 2 Felice Gimondi (Italy)
  • 3 Raymond Poulidor (France)

1971

  • 1 Eddy Merckx (Belgium)
  • 2 Joop Zoetemelk (Netherlands)
  • 3 Lucien Van Impe (Belgium)

1970

  • 1 Eddy Merckx (Belgium)
  • 2 Joop Zoetemelk (Netherlands)
  • 3 Gosta Petterson (Sweeden)

1969

  • 1 Eddy Merckx (Belgium)
  • 2 Roger Pingeon (France)
  • 3 Raymond Poulidor (France)

1968

  • 1 Jan Janssen (Netherlands)
  • 2 Herman Vanspringel (Belgium)
  • 3 Ferdinand Bracke (Belgium)

1967

  • 1 Roger Pingeon (France)
  • 2 Julio Jimenez (Spain)
  • 3 Franco Balmanion (Italy)

1966

  • 1 Lucien Aimar (France)
  • 2 Jan Janssen (Netherlands)
  • 3 Raymond Poulidor (France)

1965

  • 1 Felice Gimondi (Italy)
  • 2 Raymond Poulidor (France)
  • 3 Gianni Motta (Italy)

1964

Jacques Anquetil performs a lap of honour at the Parc des Princes Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Jacques Anquetil (France)
  • 2 Raymond Poulidor (France)
  • 3 Federico Bahamontes (Spain)

1963

  • 1 Jacques Anquetil (France)
  • 2 Federico Bahamontes (Spain)
  • 3 Jose Perez-Frances (Spain)

1962

  • 1 Jacques Anquetil (France)
  • 2 Jef Planckaert (Belgium)
  • 3 Raymond Poulidor (France)

1961

  • 1 Jacques Anquetil (France)
  • 2 Guido Carlesi (Italy)
  • 3 Charly Gaul (Luxembourg)

1960

  • 1 Gastone Nencini (Italy)
  • 2 Graziano Battistini (Italy)
  • 3 Jan Adriaenssens (Belgium)

1959

Federico Bahamontes Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Federico Bahamontes (Spain)
  • 2 Henri Anglade (France)
  • 3 Jacques Anquetil (France)

1958

  • 1 Charly Gaul (Luxembourg)
  • 2 Vito Favero (Italy)
  • 3 Raphael Geminiani (France)

1957

  • 1 Jacques Anquetil (France)
  • 2 Marc Janssens (Belgium)
  • 3 Adolf Christian (Austria)

1956

  • 1 Roger Walkoviak (France)
  • 2 Gilbert Bauvin (France)
  • 3 Jan Adriaenssens (Belgium)

1955

Louison Bobet Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Louison Bobet (France)
  • 2 Jean Brankart (Belgium)
  • 3 Charly Gaul (Luxembourg)

1954

  • 1 Louison Bobet (France)
  • 2 Ferdi Kubler (Switzerland)
  • 3 Fritz Schaer (Switzerland)

1953

  • 1 Louison Bobet (France)
  • 2 Jean Mallejac (France)
  • 3 Bernardo Ruiz (Spain)

1952

  • 1 Fausto Coppi (Italy)
  • 2 Stan Ockers (Belgium)
  • 3 Bernardo Ruiz (Spain)

1951

Hugo Koblet Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Hugo Koblet (Switzerland)
  • 2 Raphael Geminiani (France)
  • 3 Lucien Lazaridès (France)

1950

  • 1 Ferdi Kubler (Switzerland)
  • 2 Stan Ockers (Belgium)
  • 3 Louison Bobet (France)

1949

  • 1 Fausto Coppi (Italy)
  • 2 Gino Bartali (Italy)
  • 3 Jacques Marinelli (France)

1948

  • 1 Gino Bartali (Italy)
  • 2 Briek Schotte (Belgium)
  • 3 Guy Lapébie (France)

1947

  • 1 Jean Robic (France)
  • 2 Ed Fachleitner (France)
  • 3 Pierre Brambilla (Italy)

1939

  • 1 Sylvere Maes (Belgium)
  • 2 Reno Vietto (France)
  • 3 Lucien Vlaeminck (Belgium)

1938

Gino Bartali Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Gino Bartali (Italy)
  • 2 Felicien Vervaecke (Belgium)
  • 3 Victor Cosson (France)

1937

  • 1 Roger Lapebie (France)
  • 2 Mario Vicini (Italy)
  • 3 Leo Amberg (Switzerland)

1936

  • 1 Sylvere Maes (Belgium)
  • 2 Antonin Magne (France)
  • 3 Felicien Vervaecke (Belgium)

1935

  • 1 Romain Maes (Belgium)
  • 2 Ambrogio Morelli (Italy)
  • 3 Felicien Vervaecke (Belgium)

1934

  • 1 Antonin Magne (France)
  • 2 Guiseppe Martano (Italy)
  • 3 Roger Lapébie (France)

1933

  • 1 Georges Speicher (France)
  • 2 Learco Guerra (Italy)
  • 3 Guiseppe Martano (Italy)

1932

  • 1 Andre Leducq (France)
  • 2 Kurt Stoepel (Germany)
  • 3 Francesco Camusse (Italy)

1931

  • 1 Antonin Magne (France)
  • 2 Jos Demuysere (Belgium)
  • 3 Antonio Pesenti (Italy)

1930

  • 1 Andre Leducq (France)
  • 2 Learco Guerra (Italy)
  • 3 Antonin Magne (France)

1929

  • 1 Maurice Dewaele (Belgium)
  • 2 Guiseppe Pancera (Italy)
  • 3 Jos Demuysere (Belgium)

1928

  • 1 Nicolas Frantz (Luxembourg)
  • 2 Andre Leducq (France)
  • 3 Maurice Dewaele (Belgium)

1927

  • 1 Nicolas Frantz (Luxembourg)
  • 2 Maurice Dewaele (Belgium)
  • 3 Julien Vervaecke (Belgium)

1926

  • 1 Lucien Buysse (Belgium)
  • 2 Nicolas Frantz (Luxembourg)
  • 3 Bartolomeo Aymo (Italy)

1925

  • 1 Ottavia Bottechia (Italy)
  • 2 Lucien Buysse (Belgium)
  • 3 Bartolomeo Aymo (Italy)

1924

  • 1 Ottavia Bottechia (Ita)
  • 2 Nicolas Frantz (Lux)
  • 3 Lucien Buysse (Bel)

1923

Henri Pelissier Credit: Getty Images
  • 1 Henri Pelissier (France)
  • 2 Ottavia Bottechia (Italy)
  • 3 Romain Bellenger (France)

1922

  • 1 Firmin Lambot (Belgium)
  • 2 Jean Alavoine (France)
  • 3 Felix Sellier (France)

1921

  • 1 Leon Scieur (Belgium)
  • 2 Hector Heuseghem (Belgium)
  • 3 Honore Barthélémy (France)

1920

  • 1 Philippe Thijs (Belgium)
  • 2 Hector Heuseghem (Belgium)
  • 3 Firmin Lambot (Belgium)

1919

  • 1 Firmin Lambot (Belgium)
  • 2 Jean Alavoine (France)
  • 3 Eugene Christophe (France)

1914

  • 1 Philippe Thijs (Belgium)
  • 2 Henri Pélissier (France)
  • 3 Jean Alavoine (France)

1913

  • 1 Philippe Thijs (Belgium)
  • 2 Gustave Garrigou (France)
  • 3 Marcel Buysse (Belgium)

1912

  • 1 Odile Defraye (Belgium)
  • 2 Eugene Christophe (France)
  • 3 Gustave Garrigou (France)

1911

  • 1 Gustave Garrigou (France)
  • 2 Paul Duboc (France)
  • 3 Emile Georget (France)

1910

Octave Lapize was the first cyclist to cross the pass, which was part of the Tour de France for the first time, in 1910 Credit: Press Association
  • 1 Octave Lapize (France)
  • 2 Francois Faber (Luxembourg)
  • 3 Gustave Garrigou (France)

1909

  • 1 Francois Faber (Luxembourg)
  • 2 Gustave Garrigou (France)
  • 3 Jean Alavoine (France)

1908

  • 1 Lucien Petit-Breton (France)
  • 2 Francois Faber (Luxembourg)
  • 3 Georges Passerieu (France)

1907

  • 1 Lucien Petit-Breton (France)
  • 2 Gustave Garrigou (France)
  • 3 Louis Trousselier (France)

1906

  • 1 Rene Pottier (France)
  • 2 Georges Passerieu (France)
  • 3 Louis Trousselier (France)

1905

  • 1 Louis Trousselier (France)
  • 2 Lucien Pothier (France)
  • 3 J-B Dortignacq (France)

1904

  • 1 Henri Cornet (France)
  • 2 J-B Dortignacq (France)
  • 3 Philippe Jousselin (France)

1903

Maurice Garin, the winner of the first Tour de France Credit: Getty Images
  • 1 Maurice Garin (Fra)
  • 2 Lucien Pothier (Fra)
  • 3 Fernand Augereau (Fra)

*Andy Schleck was awarded victory of the 2010 Tour de France after original winner Alberto Contador was disqualified for doping.

*Lance Armstrong was stripped of all race results from August 1, 1998 onwards following the US Anti-Doping Agency’s investigation into doping at the US Postal Service team.

*Austria's Bernhard Kohl tested positive for EPO-CERA on October 13, 2008. He admited to its use on October 15, 2008 and was stripped of his third place GC finish at the 2008 Tour de France.

*Oscar Pereiro was awarded the victory of the 2006 Tour de France on October 16, 2007, after original winner Floyd Landis was disqualified for doping.

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