Tour de Normandie

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Tour de Normandie
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Race details
DateMarch
RegionNormandie, France
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Europe Tour
Web site www.tourdenormandiecycliste.fr OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
History
First edition1939 (1939)
Editions45 (as of 2022)
First winnerFlag of France.svg  Guillaume Godere  (FRA)
Most winsFlag of France.svg  Yvan Frebert  (FRA)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Kai Reus  (NED)
(2 wins)
Most recentFlag of France.svg  Mathis Le Berre  (FRA)

Tour de Normandie is a road bicycle race held annually in the region of Normandy, France. The race started in 1939, but was not held in the periods of 1940–1955 and 1960–1980. It was originally a race for amateurs, but was opened for professionals in 1996. The Tour de Normandie has been one of the races in the UCI Europe Tour since 2005, in the 2.2 category. [1] The race was not held in 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic [2] The first edition of the women's race was held in March 2023 and was won by Cédrine Kerbaol. [3]

Contents

Winners

Men's race

YearCountryRiderTeam
1939Flag of France.svg  France Guillaume Godere individual
1940–
1955
No race
1956Flag of France.svg  France Amand Audaire Arrow–Hutchinson
1957Flag of France.svg  France Pierre Gouget Mercier–BP–Hutchinson
1958Flag of France.svg  France Joseph Wasko Alcyon–Dunlop
1959Flag of France.svg  France Bernard Leboulanger
1960–
1980
No race
1981Flag of France.svg  France Michel Riou
1982Flag of France.svg  France Daniel Leveau
1983Flag of France.svg  France Yvan Frebert
1984Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Mario Kummer
1985Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Paul Curran
1986Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).svg  Bulgaria Nentcho Staikov
1987Flag of France.svg  France Yvan Frebert
1988Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Viatcheslav Ekimov
1989Flag of France.svg  France Sébastien Flicher
1990Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Dimitri Zhdanov
1991Flag of France.svg  France Stéphane Heulot
1992Flag of France.svg  France Thierry Dupuy
1993Flag of France.svg  France Emmanuel Mallet
1994Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Saulius Šarkauskas
1995Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Ole Sigurd Simensen
1996Flag of France.svg  France Frédéric Pontier Aubervilliers 93
1997Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Glenn Magnusson Amore & Vita–ForzArcore
1998Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Torsten Schmidt Chicky World
1999Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Steffen Kjærgaard Chicky World
2000Flag of France.svg  France Ludovic Auger BigMat–Auber 93
2001Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Thor Hushovd Crédit Agricole
2002Flag of France.svg  France Jérôme Pineau Bonjour
2003Flag of France.svg  France Samuel Dumoulin Jean Delatour
2004Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Thomas Dekker Rabobank GS3
2005Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Kai Reus Rabobank Continental Team
2006Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Kai Reus Rabobank Continental Team
2007Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Martijn Maaskant Rabobank Continental Team
2008Flag of France.svg  France Antoine Dalibard Bretagne–Armor Lux
2009Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Bram Schmitz Van Vliet EBH Elshof
2010Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Ronan van Zandbeek Van Vliet EBH Elshof
2011Flag of France.svg  France Alexandre Blain Endura Racing
2012Flag of France.svg  France Jérôme Cousin Team Europcar
2013Flag of Switzerland (Pantone).svg   Switzerland Silvan Dillier BMC Development Team
2014Flag of Switzerland (Pantone).svg   Switzerland Stefan Küng BMC Development Team
2015Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Dimitri Claeys Verandas Willems
2016 [4] Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Baptiste Planckaert Wallonie-Bruxelles–Group Protect
2017 [5] Flag of France.svg  France Anthony Delaplace Fortuneo–Vital Concept
2018 [6] [7] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Tom Stewart JLT–Condor
2019 [8] Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Ole Forfang Joker Fuel of Norway
2020
2021 [9]
No race due to COVID-19 pandemic
2022Flag of France.svg  France Mathis Le Berre Côtes d'Armor-Marie Morin-U

Women's race

YearCountryRiderTeam
2023Flag of France.svg  France Cédrine Kerbaol Ceratizit–WNT Pro Cycling
2024Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Mie Bjørndal Ottestad Uno-X Mobility

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