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Grand Prix de Fourmies

Grand Prix de Fourmies
Race details
DateMid September
RegionNord, France
English nameGrand Prize of Fourmies
Local name(s)Grand Prix de Fourmies (in French)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI ProSeries
TypeOne-day race
OrganiserLa Voix du Nord
Web sitewww.grandprixdefourmies.com Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1928 (1928)
Editions90 (as of 2023)
First winner Albert Barthelemy (FRA)
Most wins Albert Barthelemy (FRA)
 Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke (BEL)
(3 wins)
Most recent Tim Merlier (BEL)

The Grand Prix de Fourmies is a bicycle race held in the Fourmies commune of France.[1] From 2005 to 2019 it was organised as a 1.HC event on the UCI Europe Tour.[2] In 2021, it joined the UCI ProSeries, after being cancelled in 2020.[3]

List of winners

Year Country Rider Team
1928  France Albert Barthélémy
1929  France Albert Barthélémy
1930  France Albert Barthélémy
1931  France André Vanderdonckt
1932  Belgium Georges Christiaens
1933  France François Mintkiewicz
1934  France Maurice Leleux
1935  Belgium Éloi Meulenberg
1936  Belgium Léon Lebon
1937  France Gabriel Dubois
1938  France Gabriel Dubois
1939  France Emile Laplanche
1940 No race
1941  France Maurice De Muer
1942 No race
1943  France Camille Blanckaert
1944–
1945
No race
1946  France René Lafosse
1947  France Fernard Patte
1948  France Georges Hubatz
1949  France Eugène Dupuis
1950  Poland Edouard Klabinski
1951  France Francis Delepierre
1952  Belgium Michel Vuylsteke
1953  France Gilbert Pertry Peugeot–Dunlop
1954  France Serge Meneghetti Dilecta–Wolber
1955  France Pierre Pardoën Bertin–D'Alessandro
1956  Italy Elio Gerussi individual
1957  France Jean Stablinski Essor–Leroux
1958  Belgium Pierre Machiels Saint-Raphaël–Geminiani
1959  Belgium André Noyelle Bertin–Milremo
1960  France Michel Vermeulin Helyett–Leroux
1961  France Joseph Wasko Mercier–BP–Hutchinson
1962  France Guy Ignolin Gitane–Leroux
1963  Belgium Benoni Beheyt Wiel's–Groene Leeuw
1964  Belgium Frans Melckenbeeck
1965  Belgium Georges Van Coningsloo
1967  Belgium Willy Van Neste
1968  Netherlands Gerben Karstens
1969  Belgium Ronald De Witte
1970  Belgium Noël Van Tychem
1971  Great Britain Barry Hoban
1972  Netherlands René Pijnen
1973  Belgium Eddy Merckx
1974  Belgium Willy Teirlinck
1975  West Germany Dietrich Thurau
1976  Belgium Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke
1977  Belgium Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke
1978  France Yves Hézard
1979  Belgium Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke
1980  France Jacques Bossis
1981  Belgium Jozef Lieckens
1982  Belgium Rudy Mathys
1983  France Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle
1984  Belgium Ferdi Van Den Haute
1985  Netherlands Jean Habets
1986  Belgium Jozef Lieckens
1987  Netherlands Adri van der Poel
1988  Belgium Edwin Bafcop
1989  France Martial Gayant
1990  Netherlands Frans Maassen
1991  France Vincent Lacressonnière Tonton Tapis–GB–Corona
1992  Germany Olaf Ludwig Panasonic–Sportlife
1993  Italy Maximilian Sciandri Motorola
1994  Italy Andrea Tafi Mapei–CLAS
1995  Great Britain Maximilian Sciandri MG Maglificio–Technogym
1996  Italy Michele Bartoli MG Maglificio–Technogym
1997  Italy Andrea Tafi Mapei–GB
1998  Italy Luca Mazzanti Cantina Tollo–Alexia Alluminio
1999  Russia Dimitri Konyshev Mercatone Uno–Bianchi
2000  Slovenia Andrej Hauptman Vini Caldirola–Sidermec
2001  Australia Scott Sunderland Team Fakta
2002  Italy Gianluca Bortolami Tacconi Sport
2003  Australia Baden Cooke FDJeux.com
2004  Kazakhstan Andrei Kashechkin Crédit Agricole
2005  Australia Robbie McEwen Davitamon–Lotto
2006  Belgium Philippe Gilbert Française des Jeux
2007  Slovakia Peter Velits Wiesenhof–Felt
2008  Italy Giovanni Visconti Quick-Step
2009  France Romain Feillu Agritubel
2010  France Romain Feillu Vacansoleil
2011  France Guillaume Blot Bretagne–Schuller
2012  Denmark Lars Bak Lotto–Belisol
2013  France Nacer Bouhanni FDJ.fr
2014  Belgium Jonas Vangenechten Lotto–Belisol
2015  Italy Fabio Felline Trek Factory Racing
2016  Germany Marcel Kittel Etixx–Quick-Step
2017  France Nacer Bouhanni Cofidis
2018  Germany Pascal Ackermann Bora–Hansgrohe
2019  Germany Pascal Ackermann Bora–Hansgrohe
2020 No race due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021  Italy Elia Viviani Cofidis
2022  Australia Caleb Ewan Lotto–Soudal
2023  Belgium Tim Merlier Soudal–Quick-Step

References

  1. ^ "47ème G.P de Fourmies 1979". Memoire-du-cyclisme.eu (in French). Retrieved 5 October 2023.
  2. ^ "GP de Fourmiers". FirstCycling.com. 2022.
  3. ^ "GP de Fourmies / La Voix du Nord (1.Pro)". ProcyclingStats. 2023.

50°01′05″N 4°03′14″E / 50.018°N 4.054°E / 50.018; 4.054

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