Tour de France 2014: The previous winners

2013

Chris Froome on the 2013 winner's podium
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.