Grand Prix des Marbriers

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Grand Prix des Marbriers
Race details
DateAugust
Region Bellignies, France
Discipline Road race
Competition UCI Europe Tour
TypeOne day race
History
First edition1961 (1961)
Editions56 (as of 2017)
First winnerFlag of France.svg  Michel Prissette  (FRA)
Most winsFlag of France.svg  Michel Prissette  (FRA)
Flag of France.svg  Yves Lepachelet  (FRA)
Flag of France.svg  René Bleuze  (FRA)
Flag of France.svg  Philippe Delaurier  (FRA)
(3 wins)
Most recentFlag of Poland.svg  Karol Domagalski  (POL)

The Grand Prix des Marbriers is a road bicycle race held annually in France. It is organized as a 1.2 event on the UCI Europe Tour. [1]

Winners

YearCountryRiderTeam
1961Flag of France.svg  France Michel Prissette
1962Flag of France.svg  France Michel Prissette
1963Flag of France.svg  France Michel Prissette
1964Flag of France.svg  France Yves Lepachelet
1965Flag of France.svg  France Yves Lepachelet
1966Flag of France.svg  France René Bleuze
1967Flag of France.svg  France Yves Lepachelet
1968Flag of France.svg  France Michel Quinchon
1969Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Bernard Delchambre
1970Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Willy Teirlinck Sonolor–Lejeune
1971Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Christian De Buysschere
1972Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Daniel Pauwels
1973Flag of France.svg  France Bernard Delaurier
1974Flag of France.svg  France René Bleuze
1975Flag of France.svg  France Jean-Philippe Pipart
1976Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Marnix Furnière
1977Flag of France.svg  France René Bleuze
1978Flag of France.svg  France Guy Leleu
1979Flag of France.svg  France Bernard Stoessel
1980Flag of France.svg  France Alain Deloeuil
1981Flag of France.svg  France Patrice Collinet
1982Flag of France.svg  France Thierry Barrault
1983Flag of France.svg  France Alain Deloeuil
1984Flag of France.svg  France Patrice Esnault
1985Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Marc Seynaeve
1986Flag of France.svg  France Manuel Carneiro
1987Flag of France.svg  France Philippe Delaurier
1988Flag of France.svg  France Claude Carlin ASPTT Paris
1989Flag of France.svg  France Philippe Delaurier
1990Flag of France.svg  France Jean-François Laffillé
1991Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Zdisław Wrona
1992Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Mika Hietanen
1993Flag of France.svg  France Michel Lallouet
1994Flag of France.svg  France Jean-François Laffillé
1995Flag of France.svg  France Philippe Delaurier
1996No race due to a criterium being held instead
1997Flag of France.svg  France Grégory Barbier
1998Flag of France.svg  France Benoît Poilvet Jean Floc'h–Mantes
1999Flag of France.svg  France Pascal Pofilet
2000Flag of France.svg  France Grégory Faghel
2001Flag of France.svg  France Pascal Pofilet
2002Flag of France.svg  France Nicolas Dumont
2003Flag of France.svg  France Stéphane Pétilleau Jean Floc'h–Mantes
2004Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Jussi Veikkanen VC Roubaix
2005Flag of France.svg  France Julien Guiborel
2006Flag of France.svg  France Benoît Daeninck UV Aube
2007Flag of France.svg  France Sébastien Harbonnier
2008Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Ben Hermans Davo
2009Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Robert Retschke Continental Team Differdange
2010Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Keven Lacombe SpiderTech–Planet Energy
2011Flag of France.svg  France Pierre Drancourt ESEG Douai
2012Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Sergey Pomoshnikov Itera–Katusha
2013Flag of France.svg  France Benoît Daeninck CC Nogent-sur-Oise
2014Flag of France.svg  France Yann Guyot Armée de Terre
2015Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Tim Ariesen Cyclingteam Jo Piels
2016Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Emiel Planckaert Lotto–Soudal U23
2017Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Karol Domagalski ONE Pro Cycling

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References

  1. "2016 Grand Prix des Marbriers". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 12 July 2016.