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After 2019 - Stage 21:
 15175 starters.
  5187 different riders.
  644 teams.
  2273 stages.
  460 restdays.
  446324.40 km.
  5705 abandonnees.


Top 3 in 2019.
GC
 Egan Bernal82:57:00

 Geraint Thomas82:58:11

 Steven Kruijswijk82:58:31


Climb
 Romain Bardet86 pt.

 Egan Bernal78 pt.

 Tim Wellens75 pt.


Sprint
 Peter Sagan316 pt.

 Caleb Ewan248 pt.

 Elia Viviani224 pt.


Youth
 Egan Bernal82:57:00

 David Gaudu83:20:58

 Enric Mas83:55:20

With great help from.
Svend Erik Vinding from Denmark

I started the site in 2007.

I am a, now retired, painter, born in 1953.
I decided to start this site in 2007, because I had to have something to spend my time with when I retired from work.

Little did I know that it would take me 10 years to gather, arrange and type data into my database. At the same time, I also wanted to download and prepare images of the riders.

Then I got lucky. A few of my visitors apparently decided to help me, by sending data, images and corrections.
For that, I am greatful.

Freddy De Roose from Belgium

Provider of data regarding summits.



Freddy has been very helpful regarding data concerning summits.
Marc Holderbeke from Belgium

Provider of data and images.

I am (almost) 61 years and (of course) passionated by cycling. As an active cycling tourist in the region of the Flemish Ardennes, I know the most beautiful cycling roads in Flanders by heart.

Next to a full-time job and active cycling, I spend my time to search cyclists who had been killed in the First Wolrd War. At this moment there been retrieved almost 900 names of killed cylcists, not only the winners of the Grand Tours (Petit-Breton, Lapize, Faber and Oriani), but also Olympic champions, world an national champions and a lot of "lessers Gods" which has been killed during the massacre of the First World War.

Fabrice Courdier from France

Provider of data and images for the bonus department.

I’m 51 years old. I’m a Postman. I live in Haute-Saône like Thibaut Pinot. I am 35 km from the Planche des Belles Filles that I climb by bike from time to time.

I like cyclism and it's history, especially that of the Tour. I have a large amount of documentation about cyclism and Tour.

Bien amicalement,
Fabrice
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 Johny Schleck
 Mario Anni
 Fernando Plaza
 Jorge Ruiz Cabestany
 Fabio Parra
 José Roncancio
 Roland Meier
 Daniele Sgnaolin


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