Thüringen Rundfahrt der Frauen

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Thüringen Rundfahrt der Frauen
Thueringen Rundfahrt 2005 general Podium.jpg
Final podium of the 2005 event (l to r): Susanne Ljungskog, Theresa Senff, Judith Arndt
Race details
DateMid-July
Region Thuringia
English nameWomen's Tour of Thuringia
Local name(s)Thüringen Rundfahrt der Frauen(in German)
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Women's Road Calendar
TypeStage race
OrganiserTRF Thüringer Sportmarketing GmbH
Race director Vera Hohlfeld
Web site www.thueringenrundfahrt-frauen.de OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
History
First edition1986 (1986)
Editions30 (as of 2017)
First winnerFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Hanna Chmelarova  (CSK)
Most winsFlag of Germany.svg  Judith Arndt  (GER)
Flag of Sweden.svg  Emma Johansson  (SWE)
(3 wins)
Most recentFlag of Germany.svg  Lisa Brennauer  (GER)
Nicole Cooke secured the overall title in 2006 by winning the final stage in Zeulenroda-Triebes Womens-Bicycle-Race-Thuringia-2006.jpg
Nicole Cooke secured the overall title in 2006 by winning the final stage in Zeulenroda-Triebes

The Thüringen Rundfahrt der Frauen (Women's Tour of Thuringia) is a stage race for women road cycle racers held every July in the German state of Thuringia. It is rated a class 2.1 event by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI).

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List of winners

Source: [1]

YearDistance
(km)
Winner
1986210Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Hanna Chmelarova  (CSK)
1987295Flag of East Germany.svg  Petra Roßner  (GDR)
1988398Flag of Finland.svg  Tea Vikstedt Nymann  (FIN)
1989410Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Vanessa van Dijk  (NED)
1990–1991Event not held
1992374Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Alena Barillova  (CSK)
1993335Flag of Slovakia.svg  Lenka Ilavská  (SVK)
1994394Flag of the United States.svg  Alison Dunlap  (USA)
1995406Flag of the United States.svg  Laura Charameda  (USA)
1996465Flag of Germany.svg  Ina-Yoko Teutenberg  (GER)
1997553Flag of Italy.svg  Alessandra Cappellotto  (ITA)
1998523Flag of Lithuania.svg  Edita Pučinskaitė  (LIT)
1999664Flag of Germany.svg  Hanka Kupfernagel  (GER)
2000618Flag of Ukraine.svg  Valentyna Karpenko  (UKR)
2001634Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Mirjam Melchers  (NED)
2002634Flag of Russia.svg  Zoulfia Zabirova  (RUS)
2003566Flag of Russia.svg  Valentina Polkhanova  (RUS)
2004588Flag of Russia.svg  Zoulfia Zabirova  (RUS)
2005583Flag of Germany.svg  Theresa Senff  (GER)
2006594Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Nicole Cooke  (GBR)
2007593Flag of Germany.svg  Judith Arndt  (GER)
2008553Flag of Germany.svg  Judith Arndt  (GER)
2009 587Flag of Denmark.svg  Linda Villumsen  (DEN)
2010 615Flag of Russia.svg  Olga Zabelinskaya  (RUS)
2011 590Flag of Sweden.svg  Emma Johansson  (SWE)
2012 578Flag of Germany.svg  Judith Arndt  (GER)
2013 633Flag of Sweden.svg  Emma Johansson  (SWE)
2014 595Flag of the United States.svg  Evelyn Stevens  (USA)
2015 595Flag of Sweden.svg  Emma Johansson  (SWE)
2016 672.6Flag of Italy.svg  Elena Cecchini  (ITA)
2017 553.9Flag of Germany.svg  Lisa Brennauer  (GER)
2018 559.8Flag of Germany.svg  Lisa Brennauer  (GER)

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References

  1. "Die Ehrentafel der Gewinnerinnen" [The honor roll of winners]. thueringenrundfahrt-frauen.de (in German). Retrieved 16 July 2012.