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Tour d'Eure-et-Loir

Tour d'Eure-et-Loir
Race details
RegionEure-et-Loir, France
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
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First edition1949 (1949)
Editions523 (as of 2022)
First winner Georges Roux (FRA)
Most wins Raymond Komor (FRA)
 Francis Bazire (FRA)
 Laurent Bezault (FRA)
 Fabrice Henry (FRA) (2 wins)
Most recent Samuel Leroux (FRA)

The Tour d'Eure-et-Loir is a multi-day road cycling race that has been held annually in the Eure-et-Loir department of France since 1949. It has been part of UCI Europe Tour in category 2.2 since 2019.[1][2]


Year Winner Second Third
1949 France Georges Roux France P. Charbonnel France M. Sandon
1950 France Roger Huet France G. Gautier France Valentin Gerussi
1951 France Raymond Komor France Bernard Potet France G. Lécuyer
1952 France G. Langlois France Guyard France H. Renard
1953 France Jean Hemmerle France J. Cortinavis France Gilbert Saulière
1954 France André Mézière France Armand Finet France Roger Bezamat
1955 France Raymond Komor France Antoine Frankowski France Paul Sighirdjian
1956 France Marcel Danguillaume France André Vagner France Duchannoy
1957 France Jean Danguillaume France Fernand Lamy France Raymond Guilbert
1958 France Raymond Guitay France Carrara France Jean Hoffmann
1959 Spain Henri Belena France I. Chaipolin France Jacques Collado
1960 France Gérard Bauman France Alphonse Chiapolini France Valentin Modric
1961 Spain José Maria Errandonea France Lucien Wasilewski France Eugène Huet
1962 France Francis Bazire France Jack André France Alain Vera
1963 France Francis Bazire Spain José Maria Errandonea France Jean-Pierre Magnien
1964 France Raymond Delisle France Roger Milliot France Francis Pamart
1965 France Jean-Pierre Livet United Kingdom Colin Lewis France Charly Grosskost
1966 France Jean Sadot France Jacky Mourioux France Pierre Croquison
1967 France Jean-Pierre Danguillaume France Gérard Besnard France Michel Lainé
1968 France Christian Boulnois France Gérard Demont France Jacky Mourioux
1969–1971 No race
1972 France Michel Coroller France Francis Quillon France Richard Kindelberger
1973–1978 No race
1979 France Jean-Paul Loris France Jean-Paul Romion France Joël Mouquet
1980 France Guy Gallopin France Patrick Derosier France Jean-Paul Romion
1981 France Claude Marciaux France Philippe Pesenti France Jean-Luc Hamon
1982 France Berto Vaccari France Yvan Frebert France Thierry Claveyrolat
1983 France Jacky Buron France Florent Maugé France Patrick Lucas
1984 France Bernard Richard France Patrick Pommeret France Thierry Le Rall
1985 France Laurent Bezault France Jean-François Morio France Philippe Brenner
1986 France Jean-François Morio France Jean-Pierre Duracka France Claude Cherod
1987 France Laurent Bezault France Jean-François Morio France Pascal Lino
1988 France Fabrice Henry France Christophe Paulve France Philippe Pitrou
1989 France Marc Peronin France Laurent Brochard France Yvon Ledanois
1990 France Fabrice Henry France F. Prudhomme France Jean-Michel Audren
1991 France Hervé Boussard France Olivier Peyrieras France Cédric Vasseur
1992 France Valère Fillon France Fabrice Henry France Jean-Michel Monin
1993–2001 No race
2002 France Rony Martias France Arnaud Coyot France Yohann Gène
2003 France Anthony Ravard France Alexandre Naulleau France Romain Feillu
2004 France Mathieu Claude France Sébastien Minard France Antoine Dalibard
2005 France Romain Feillu France Julien Belgy France Benoît Sinner
2006 France Benoît Daeninck France Guillaume Le Floch Estonia Rein Taaramäe
2007 France Maxime Bouet France Arnold Jeannesson France Raphaël Lesage
2008 New Zealand Alex Meenhorst France Fabien Taillefer France Pierre-Luc Périchon
2009 France Mathieu Halleguen France Armindo Fonseca France Thomas Girard
2010 France Thomas Vaubourzeix Lithuania Ramūnas Navardauskas France Emmanuel Kéo
2011 France Mathieu Cloarec France Emmanuel Kéo France Mathieu Le Lavandier
2012 Australia Samuel Spokes France Benoît Poitevin Belgium Thomas Sprengers
2013 France Benoît Poitevin France Marc Fournier France Romain Cardis
2014 France Benoît Sinner France Jérémy Cornu France Bruno Armirail
2015 France Romain Cardis France Thomas Rostollan France Benoît Cosnefroy
2016 France Paul Ourselin France Fabien Doubey France Aurélien Paret-Peintre
2017–2018 No race
2019 Netherlands Luuc Bugter France Maxime Urruty France Sébastien Havot
2020 No race due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021[3] France Paul Penhoët Germany Kim Heiduk France Maxime Jarnet
2022[4] France Samuel Leroux France Valentin Tabellion France Emilien Jeannière


  1. ^ "Tour d'Eure-et-Loir". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 19 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Tour d'Eure-et-Loir". UCI. Retrieved 12 June 2022.
  3. ^ "Tour cycliste Eure-et- Loir | Podiums étape 3". Tour cycliste Eure-et-Loir (in French). Retrieved 17 May 2021.
  4. ^ "TEL officiel | Résultat étape 3". TEL officiel (in French). 12 June 2022. Retrieved 12 June 2022.

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