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Grand Prix de Denain

Grand Prix de Denain
Race details
RegionDenain, France
English nameGrand Prix of Denain
Local name(s)Grand Prix de Denain (in French)
CompetitionUCI ProSeries
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First edition1959 (1959)
Editions65 (as of 2024)
First winner Seamus Elliott (IRL)
Most wins Jimmy Casper (FRA) (4 wins)
Most recent Jannik Steimle (GER)

Grand Prix de Denain is a professional cycle road race held in Denain, France.[1] For 10 years from 2005 the race was organized as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour, before becoming a 1.HC event for the 2016 season.[2] In 2020, the race joined the UCI ProSeries. It is also part of the French Road Cycling Cup.[3]

2013: Bryan Coquard, Arnaud Démare & Nacer Bouhanni.


2014: Matteo Pelucchi (2), Nacer Bouhanni (1), Francesco Chicchi (3).
2019 Grand Prix de Denain: Marc Sarreau, winner Mathieu van der Poel and Timothy Dupont
Year Country Rider Team
1959  Ireland Seamus Elliot Helyett–Fynsec
1960  Belgium Gabriel Borra Helyett–Fynsec–Leroux
1961  Belgium Arthur Decabooter Groene Leeuw–SAS–Sinalco
1962  Belgium Julien Schepens Bertin–Porter 39–Milremo
1963  Belgium Gustaaf De Smet Wiel's–Groene Leeuw
1964  Great Britain Michael Wright Wiel's–Groene Leeuw
1965  Belgium Ludo Janssens Pelforth–Sauvage–Lejeune
1966  Belgium Herman Vrancken Mann–Grundig
1967  France José Samyn Pelforth–Sauvage–Lejeune
1968  France Jean Stablinski Mercier–BP–Hutchinson
1969  Belgium Joseph Mathy Frimatic–Viva–de Gribaldy
1970  Belgium Christian Callens Mann–Grundig
1971  Belgium André Dierickx Watneys–Avia
1972  Belgium Gustaaf Van Roosbroeck Watneys–Avia
1973  Belgium Marc Demeyer Flandria–Carpenter–Shimano
1974  Belgium Willy Teirlinck Sonolor–Gitane
1975  Belgium Roger Loysch IJsboerke–Colner
1976  Belgium Walter Planckaert Maes–Rokado
1977  France Robert Mintkiewicz Gitane–Campagnolo
1978  Belgium Frank Hoste IJsboerke–Gios
1979  France Jean-Philippe Pipart La Redoute–Motobécane
1980  Belgium Leo Van Thielen Eurobouw
1981  Belgium Ferdi Van Den Haute La Redoute–Motobécane
1982  Belgium Eddy Van Harens Safir–Marc
1983  Great Britain Paul Sherwen La Redoute–Motobécane
1984  Belgium Yves Godimus Fangio–Ecoturbo
1985  Belgium Patrick Versluys Hitachi–Splendor
1986  France Bruno Wojtinek Peugeot–Shell–Velo Talbot
1987  France Bruno Wojtinek Z–Peugeot
1988  France Pascal Poisson Toshiba
1989  Belgium Edwig Van Hooydonck Superconfex–Yoko–Opel–Colnago
1990  France Frédéric Moncassin Castorama
1991  France Frédéric Moncassin Castorama
1992  Belgium Edwig Van Hooydonck Buckler–Colnago–Decca
1993  Germany Marcel Wüst Novemail–Histor–Laser Computer
1994  Netherlands Jans Koerts Festina–Lotus
1995  Belgium Jo Planckaert Collstrop–Lystex
1996  Czech Republic Ján Svorada Panaria–Vinavil
1997  Belgium Ludo Dierckxsens Tönissteiner–Colnago
1998  Estonia Jaan Kirsipuu Casino–Ag2r
1999  Netherlands Jeroen Blijlevens TVM–Farm Frites
2000  Italy Endrio Leoni Alessio
2001  Estonia Jaan Kirsipuu AG2R Prévoyance
2002  Italy Alberto Vinale Alessio
2003  Belgium Bert Roesems Palmans–Collstrop
2004  Norway Thor Hushovd Crédit Agricole
2005  France Jimmy Casper Cofidis
2006  France Jimmy Casper Cofidis
2007  France Sébastien Chavanel Française des Jeux
2008  Norway Edvald Boasson Hagen Team High Road
2009  France Jimmy Casper Besson Chaussures–Sojasun
2010  France Denis Flahaut ISD Continental Team
2011  France Jimmy Casper Saur–Sojasun
2012  Argentina Juan José Haedo Team Saxo Bank
2013  France Arnaud Démare FDJ
2014  France Nacer Bouhanni
2015  France Nacer Bouhanni Cofidis
2016  Great Britain Daniel McLay Fortuneo–Vital Concept
2017  France Arnaud Démare FDJ
2018  Belgium Kenny Dehaes WB Aqua Protect Veranclassic
2019  Netherlands Mathieu van der Poel Corendon–Circus
2020 No race due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021  Belgium Jasper Philipsen Alpecin–Fenix
2022  Germany Max Walscheid Cofidis
2023  Colombia Juan Sebastián Molano UAE Team Emirates
2024  Germany Jannik Steimle Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team

Wins per country

Wins Country
27  Belgium
19  France
3  Germany
 Great Britain
2  Estonia
1  Argentina
 Czech Republic


  1. ^ "GP de Denain". 5 October 2023.
  2. ^ "G.P de Denain (Fra) - Cat.1.ProS". (in French). Retrieved 5 October 2023.
  3. ^ "Grand Prix de Denain - Porte du Hainaut(1.Pro)". ProcyclingStats. 5 October 2023.
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