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Race details
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeOne day race
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First edition1922 (1922)
Editions73 (as of 2023)
First winner Charles Lacquehay (FRA)
Most wins Benoît Daeninck (FRA) (2 wins)
Most recent Jasper Philipsen (BEL)

Paris–Chauny is a one-day cycling race held in France. It was first held in 1922 and has been part of the UCI Europe Tour in category 1.2 since 2015 and 1.1 since 2018.[1][2]


Year Winner Second Third
1922 France Charles Lacquehay France Henri Pélissier France Jean Brunier
1923 France José Pelletier France Pierre Beffarat France Marcel Colleu
1924 France Armand Van de Casteele France Henri Pélissier France Marcel Goddart
1925 France Alexis Blanc-Garin Belgium Hector Martin France Joseph Leblanc
1926 France Georges Bridier Belgium Armand Lenoir France Charles Fleury
1927 France Lucien Ghiste Muts United States Adam Ray
1928 France Octave Dayen France Léon Bessières France Marcel Duc
1930 France Léon Le Calvez France François Moreels France Jean Noret
1931 France Jean Noret France Marcel Duc France M. Brun
1932 France Philippe Bono France Jean Noret France Constant Camus
1933 France Sauveur Ducazeaux France Jean Goujon France Georges Naisse
1934 France Eugene Grenu France Pierre Janvier France Albert Carapezzi
1948 France Lebide
1949 France Lucien Verdier
1950 France André Denhez
1951 France Henri Denhez
1952 France A. Henry France Mage France Jacques Alix
1953 France Gwoinsky
1954 France Bernard Daussin
1955 France Maurice Munter
1956 France Pierre Cornilleau
1957 France Raymond Mastrotto
1958 France Gilbert Loof
1960 France Valentin Modric France Michel Prissette
1960 France Gilbert Loof France Raymond Fayard France Raymond Bralant
1980 France Guy Bricnet France André Fossé France Patrice Collinet
1981 France Patrice Collinet France Jean-Marc Follet France Bernard Stoessel
1982 France Claude Saelen France Bernard Stoessel France Philippe Miotti
1983 United Kingdom Piers Hewitt Canada Ian Manson France Franck Pineau
1984 France Claude Carlin France Philippe Tesniere France Jean-Luc Braillon
1985 France Thierry Casas Spain Rusty López France Daniel Maquet
1986 France Laurent Masson France Philippe Brenner France Patrice Malard
1987 France Marc Meilleur France Marc Poncel France Didier Champion
1988 United States Greg Oravetz France Jean-Marie Corteggiani Republic of Ireland Lawrence Roche
1989 France Philippe Lauraire France Claude Carlin France Jean-Cyril Robin
1990 Norway Olaf Lurvik France Laurent Eudeline France Jacques Dutailly
1991 United Kingdom John Hugues United States Matt Newberry Republic of Ireland Paul Slane
1992 Poland Adam Szafron Poland Czeslaw Rajch France Bruno Thibout
1993 France Frédéric Pontier France Emmanuel Mallet France Ludovic Auger
1994 Canada Gordon Fraser France Edouard Terrier France Frédéric Gabriel
1995 France Franck Morelle France Jean-Claude Thilloy France Jérôme Leroyer
1996 France Jean-François Lafille France Herve Henriet France Vicent Templier
1997 France Florent Brard France Vincent Klaes France Arnaud Auguste
1998 France Jean-Michel Thilloy France Mickael Fouland France Vincent Templier
1999 France Franck Morelle France Stéphane Augé France Jean-Claude Thilloy
2000 Finland Mika Hietanen Poland Mickael Olejnik France Sylvain Lajoie
2001 France Christophe Guillome France Tony Cavet France Cédric Loue
2002 Belarus Aleksei Levdanski France Mickaël Buffaz Japan Shinichi Fukushima
2003 France Pascal Carlot France David Pagnier France Stépahne Pétilleau
2006 France Guillaume Lejeune France Franck Charrier France Thomas Nosari
2007 Poland Tomasz Smoleń Poland Mateusz Taciak France Kévin Lalouette
2008 France Tony Cavet France Martial Locatelli Poland Mateusz Taciak
2009 France Benoît Daeninck Estonia Sander Maasing France Guillaume Malle
2011 France Grégory Barteau Poland Mickael Olejnik France Emilien Clere
2012 Estonia Gert Jõeäär France Jimmy Turgis France Benoît Sinner
2013 France Benoît Daeninck France Yann Guyot Switzerland Simon Pellaud
2014 France Marc Sarreau France Marc Fournier France Flavien Dassonville
2015 Belgium Maxime Vantomme France Ronan Racault Italy Alberto Cecchin
2016 Belgium Dieter Bouvry Australia Anthony Giacoppo France Kévin Le Cunff
2017 France Thomas Boudat Belgium Grégory Habeaux France Anthony Turgis
2018 Netherlands Ramon Sinkeldam New Zealand Dion Smith France Quentin Jaurégui
2019 France Anthony Turgis United States Robin Carpenter France Nans Peters
2020 France Nacer Bouhanni Germany Alexander Krieger Netherlands Danny van Poppel
2021 Belgium Jasper Philipsen Italy Alberto Dainese Italy Andrea Pasqualon
2022 Italy Simone Consonni Netherlands Dylan Groenewegen France Jason Tesson
2023 Belgium Jasper Philipsen France Jason Tesson France Paul Penhoët


  1. ^ "2015 Paris-Chauny (1.2)". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 1 May 2016.
  2. ^ "Paris-Chauny 2018 One day race results".
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