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Grand Prix d'Isbergues

Grand Prix d'Isbergues
Race details
DateMid September
RegionIsbergues, France
English nameGrand Prix of Isbergues
Local name(s)Grand Prix d'Isbergues (in French)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
Web sitewww.gpisbergues.com Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1947 (1947)
Editions77 (as of 2023)
First winner Eugène Dupuis (FRA)
Most wins5 riders with 2 wins
Most recent Matteo Moschetti (ITA)

Grand Prix d'Isbergues is a professional cycle road race held in Isbergues, Pas-de-Calais.[1] Since 2005, the race has been organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.[2] A women's race was added in 2018 as a 1.2 event.[3]

2014 Grand Prix d'Isbergues: Yauheni Hutarovich, winner Arnaud Démare and Heinrich Haussler

Winners

Men

Year Country Rider Team
1947  France Eugène Dupuis
1948  France Eugène Dupuis
1949  France Paul Delrue
1950  France José Beyaert
1951  France Henri Duhamel
1952  France Cesare Marcelak
1953  Belgium Paul Taeldeman
1954  Belgium Jozef Planckaert
1955  Austria Alfred Kain
1956  Ireland Seamus Elliott
1957  Belgium Willy Truye
1958  Belgium Maurice Meuleman
1959  France Jaén-Claude Annaert
1960  Belgium Jozef Schils
1961  Netherlands Jo de Haan
1962  Belgium Laurent Christiaens
1963  Belgium Clement Roman
1964  Belgium Frans Melckenbeeck
1965  Belgium Willy Bocklandt
1966  France Jean Stablinski
1967  Belgium Paul In't Ven
1968  Belgium Willy In't Ven
1969  Netherlands Jan Janssen
1970  France Jean Jourden
1971  Belgium Daniel Van Ryckeghem
1972  Belgium Marc Demeyer
1973  Belgium Roger Rosiers
1974  France Bernard Bourreau
1975  Netherlands Joop Zoetemelk
1976  France Yvon Bertin
1977  Netherlands Joop Zoetemelk
1978   Switzerland Daniel Gisiger
1979  France Serge Perin
1980  Belgium Etienne De Wilde
1981  France André Chalmel
1982  Sweden Sven-Åke Nilsson
1983  Ireland Sean Kelly Sem–France Loire
1984  Denmark Kim Andersen
1985  Netherlands Adri van der Poel
1986  Netherlands Teun van Vliet Panasonic–Merckx–Agu
1987  Australia Allan Peiper Panasonic–Isostar
1988  Belgium Jan Goessens Lotto
1989  Belgium Sammie Moreels Lotto
1990  France Frédéric Moncassin Castorama
1991  France Jacky Durand Castorama
1992  Australia Phil Anderson Motorola
1993  Estonia Jaan Kirsipuu Chazal
1994  Belgium Wilfried Nelissen Novemail–Histor–Laser Computer
1995  Belgium Frank Corvers Lotto–Isoglass
1996  Belgium Mario Aerts Vlaanderen 2002
1997  Sweden Magnus Bäckstedt Palmans–Lystex
1998  France Stéphane Cueff Mutuelle de Seine-et-Marne
1999  Estonia Lauri Aus Casino–Ag2r Prévoyance
2000  Belgium Peter Van Petegem Farm Frites
2001  Belgium Peter Van Petegem Palmans–Collstrop
2002  France Cédric Vasseur Cofidis
2003  Netherlands Jans Koerts BankGiroLoterij
2004  Belgium Ludovic Capelle Landbouwkrediet–Colnago
2005  Belgium Niko Eeckhout Chocolade Jacques–T Interim
2006  France Cédric Vasseur Quick-Step–Innergetic
2007   Switzerland Martin Elmiger AG2R Prévoyance
2008  France William Bonnet Crédit Agricole
2009  France Benoît Vaugrenard Française des Jeux
2010  Latvia Aleksejs Saramotins Team HTC–Columbia
2011  Denmark Jonas Aaen Jørgensen Saxo Bank–SunGard
2012  Germany John Degenkolb Argos–Shimano
2013  France Arnaud Démare FDJ.fr
2014  France Arnaud Démare FDJ.fr
2015  France Nacer Bouhanni Cofidis
2016  Norway Kristoffer Halvorsen Team Joker Byggtorget
2017  France Benoît Cosnefroy AG2R La Mondiale
2018  Belgium Philippe Gilbert Quick-Step Floors
2019  Denmark Mads Pedersen Trek–Segafredo
2020  France Nacer Bouhanni Arkéa–Samsic
2021  Italy Elia Viviani Cofidis
2022  France Arnaud Démare Groupama–FDJ
2023  Italy Matteo Moschetti Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team

Women

Year Country Rider Team
2018  Australia Lauren Kitchen FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope
2019  Luxembourg Christine Majerus Boels–Dolmans
2020  Australia Chloe Hosking Rally Cycling
2021  Netherlands Charlotte Kool NXTG Racing

References

  1. ^ "GP d'Isbergues". FirstCycling.com. 2023.
  2. ^ "Grand Prix d'Isbergues - Pas de Calais(1.1)". ProcyclingStats. 5 October 2023.
  3. ^ "G.P d'Isbergues (Fra) - Cat.1.1". Memoire-du-cyclisme.eu (in French). Retrieved 28 June 2023.
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