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Grand Prix Criquielion

Grand Prix Criquielion
Race details
RegionHainaut Province, Belgium
Local name(s)GP Criquielion (in French)
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeOne-day race
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First edition1991 (1991)
Editions29 (as of 2024)
First winner Claude Criquielion (BEL)
Most wins Jelle Wallays (BEL) (2 wins)
Most recent Alec Segaert (BEL)

The Grand Prix Criquielion is a European single day cycle race held each year in and around the Belgian village of Deux-Acren.[1] The race was first organized in 1991 in honour of Claude Criquielion, who had announced his retirement that same year and was also the first winner of the race.[2] The race was organized as a 1.2 category event on the UCI Europe Tour until 2023 when it upgraded to 1.1 status.[3]


Year Country Rider Team
1991  Belgium Claude Criquielion
No race
1995  Belgium Gino Primo
1996  Belgium Johan Remels
1997  Belgium Steve Van Aken
1998  Belgium Sven Nys
1999  Belgium Gianni David
2000  Belgium Johan Verhaegen
2001  Australia Cameron Hughes
2002  Belgium Renaud Boxus
2003  Belgium Kurt Hovelijnck
2004  Great Britain Hamish Haynes
2005  Belgium Kevin Degezelle
2006  Belgium Jonathan Henrion
2007  Belgium Michael Blanchy Babes Only-Villapark Lingemeer-Flanders
2008  Belgium Fabio Polazzi Bodysol–Euromillions–Pôle Continental Wallon
2009  Belgium Nico Kuypers
2010  Belgium Jelle Wallays Topsport Vlaanderen–Mercator
2011  Belgium Tim De Troyer
2012  New Zealand Tom David
2013  Belgium Boris Vallée Color Code–Biowanze
2014  Belgium Kevin Peeters Vastgoedservice–Golden Palace
2015  Belgium Jelle Wallays Topsport Vlaanderen–Baloise
2016  Belgium Timothy Dupont Verandas Willems
2017  Netherlands Bram Welten BMC Development Team
2018  Belgium Lionel Taminiaux AGO–Aqua Service
2019  Belgium Arne Marit Lotto–Soudal U23
No race due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Belgium[4]
2022  Canada Pier-André Côté Human Powered Health
2023  Australia Sam Welsford Team DSM
2024  Belgium Alec Segaert Lotto–Dstny


  1. ^ "GP Criquielion". 2023.
  2. ^ "Grand Prix Criquielion(1.1)". ProcyclingStats. 5 October 2023.
  3. ^ "G.P Criquielion (Bel) - Cat.1.1". (in French). Retrieved 28 June 2023.
  4. ^ Gillebert, Julien (10 November 2021). "Changement de date, parcours remanié et statut d'épreuve pro: les belles ambitions du Grand Prix Criquielion" [Change of date, revamped course and pro event status: the great ambitions of the Grand Prix Criquielion]. La Dernière Heure (in French). IPM Publishing Group. Retrieved 19 February 2022.
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