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Joe Martin Stage Race is a cycling stage race held annually in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It is part of the UCI America Tour in category 2.2. It was created in 1978 under the name of Fayetteville Spring Classic. It was renamed the Joe Martin Stage Race in 1989, in honor of the race director Joe Martin, who died in 1988.
|2004||Adam Bergman||Jelly Belly-Aramark|
|2005||Scott Moninger||Health Net–Maxxis|
|2006||Gord Fraser||Health Net–Maxxis|
|2007||Rory Sutherland||Health Net–Maxxis|
|2008||Rory Sutherland||Health Net–Maxxis|
|2010||Luis Amarán||Jamis–Sutter Home|
|2013||Chad Haga||Optum–Kelly Benefit Strategies|
|2014||Ian Crane||Jamis–Hagens Berman|
|2016||Neilson Powless||Axeon–Hagens Berman|
|2017||Robin Carpenter||Holowesko Citadel Racing Team|
|2018||Rubén Companioni||Holowesko Citadel p/b Arapahoe Resources|
|2019||Stephen Bassett||First Internet Bank|
|2004||Lynn Gaggioli-Brotzman||T-Mobile Professional Cycling Team|
|2005||Lynn Gaggioli-Brotzman||SC Michela Fanini Record Rox|
|2010||Alison Powers||Vera Bradley Foundation|
|2015||Lauren Stephens||Team TIBCO–SVB|
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