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Tour de France Winners

Try to guess all the winners of the Tour de France including the three winners who were disqualified for doping.
DQ'd winners in red
We also include racers in 2006 and 2010 who were awarded their title after the apparent winners were DQ'd (in blue)
Quiz by kabouter76
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Last updated: August 1, 2022
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First submittedJuly 24, 2012
Times taken10,500
Average score36.4%
Rating4.16
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Year
Country
Name
2023
Denmark
Jonas Vingegaard
2022
Denmark
Jonas Vingegaard
2021
Slovenia
Tadej Pogačar
2020
Slovenia
Tadej Pogačar
2019
Colombia
Egan Bernal
2018
United Kingdom
Geraint Thomas
2017
United Kingdom
Chris Froome
2016
United Kingdom
Chris Froome
2015
United Kingdom
Chris Froome
2014
Italy
Vincenzo Nibali
2013
United Kingdom
Chris Froome
2012
United Kingdom
Bradley Wiggins
2011
Australia
Cadel Evans
2010
Luxembourg
Andy Schleck
2010
Spain
Alberto Contador
2009
Spain
Alberto Contador
2008
Spain
Carlos Sastre
2007
Spain
Alberto Contador
2006
Spain
Óscar Pereiro
2006
United States
Floyd Landis
2005
United States
Lance Armstrong
2004
United States
Lance Armstrong
2003
United States
Lance Armstrong
2002
United States
Lance Armstrong
2001
United States
Lance Armstrong
2000
United States
Lance Armstrong
1999
United States
Lance Armstrong
1998
Italy
Marco Pantani
1997
Germany
Jan Ullrich
1996
Denmark
Bjarne Riis
1995
Spain
Miguel Indurain
1994
Spain
Miguel Indurain
1993
Spain
Miguel Indurain
1992
Spain
Miguel Indurain
1991
Spain
Miguel Indurain
1990
United States
Greg LeMond
1989
United States
Greg LeMond
1988
Spain
Pedro Delgado
1987
Republic of Ireland
Stephen Roche
1986
United States
Greg LeMond
1985
France
Bernard Hinault
1984
France
Laurent Fignon
1983
France
Laurent Fignon
1982
France
Bernard Hinault
1981
France
Bernard Hinault
1980
Netherlands
Joop Zoetemelk
1979
France
Bernard Hinault
1978
France
Bernard Hinault
1977
France
Bernard Thévenet
1976
Belgium
Lucien Van Impe
1975
France
Bernard Thévenet
1974
Belgium
Eddy Merckx
1973
Spain
Luis Ocaña
1972
Belgium
Eddy Merckx
1971
Belgium
Eddy Merckx
1970
Belgium
Eddy Merckx
Year
Country
Name
1969
Belgium
Eddy Merckx
1968
Netherlands
Jan Janssen
1967
France
Roger Pingeon
1966
France
Lucien Aimar
1965
Italy
Felice Gimondi
1964
France
Jacques Anquetil
1963
France
Jacques Anquetil
1962
France
Jacques Anquetil
1961
France
Jacques Anquetil
1960
Italy
Gastone Nencini
1959
Spain
Federico Bahamontes
1958
Luxembourg
Charly Gaul
1957
France
Jacques Anquetil
1956
France
Roger Walkowiak
1955
France
Louison Bobet
1954
France
Louison Bobet
1953
France
Louison Bobet
1952
Italy
Fausto Coppi
1951
Switzerland
Hugo Koblet
1950
Switzerland
Ferdinand Kübler
1949
Italy
Fausto Coppi
1948
Italy
Gino Bartali
1947
France
Jean Robic
1939
Belgium
Sylvère Maes
1938
Italy
Gino Bartali
1937
France
Roger Lapébie
1936
Belgium
Sylvère Maes
1935
Belgium
Romain Maes
1934
France
Antonin Magne
1933
France
Georges Speicher
1932
France
André Leducq
1931
France
Antonin Magne
1930
France
André Leducq
1929
Belgium
Maurice De Waele
1928
Luxembourg
Nicolas Frantz
1927
Luxembourg
Nicolas Frantz
1926
Belgium
Lucien Buysse
1925
Italy
Ottavio Bottecchia
1924
Italy
Ottavio Bottecchia
1923
France
Henri Pélissier
1922
Belgium
Firmin Lambot
1921
Belgium
Léon Scieur
1920
Belgium
Philippe Thys
1919
Belgium
Firmin Lambot
1914
Belgium
Philippe Thys
1913
Belgium
Philippe Thys
1912
Belgium
Odile Defraye
1911
France
Gustave Garrigou
1910
France
Octave Lapize
1909
Luxembourg
François Faber
1908
France
Lucien Petit-Breton
1907
France
Lucien Petit-Breton
1906
France
René Pottier
1905
France
Louis Trousselier
1904
France
Henri Cornet
1903
France
Maurice Garin
+1
Level 15
Aug 2, 2013
I got 84 but my spellings of nencini bottechia peririo buysse (2006 winner) and troussellier were all counted as incorrect. It is hard to remember some riders that you know though such as petit breton.
+9
Level 88
Oct 10, 2021
84 out of 65, not bad.
+1
Level 1
Apr 21, 2014
Pareille pas réussi à obtenir nencini
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Level 62
Jul 18, 2014
why don't you update this quiz?

and... Nencini (1960) doesn't work.

+1
Level 14
Jan 14, 2016
Nencini still doesn't work
+1
Level 19
Jun 9, 2016
When you put Breton for lucien petit-breton it only registers one of them.
+19
Level 52
Jul 5, 2016
Armstrong shouldn't be here.
+1
Level 65
Jun 22, 2017
+1
+15
Level 76
Apr 7, 2019
As above - Armstrong has never won the Tour de France.
+1
Level 52
Jul 31, 2019
This quiz should be updated.
+11
Level 57
May 5, 2021
Completely wrong. Armstrong was stripped of all his wins, and officially has never won Le Tour.

Contador is correctly not listed as winner for 2010, so why is Armstrong still here?

+5
Level 82
May 5, 2021
The only one I got "right" was the guy who technically hasn't won...
+1
Level 88
Oct 10, 2021
I'm wondering if people actually follow bicycle racing.
+7
Level 83
May 6, 2021
Why do you keep Armstrong but not Contador's and Landis's title? They have all lost their wins the same, the only difference is that for Armstrong nobody has been declared the new winner.
+5
Level ∞
Oct 5, 2021
Good point, added the other DQ'd riders back in.
+7
Level 78
Oct 6, 2021
I think the right call would have been to take Armstrong out, which is what the official records of the tour do.
+2
Level 76
Oct 7, 2021
The official records are crap. Still don't get why Armstrong - who technically was never caught doping during the Tours he won, contrary to Floyd Landis for instance - was stripped of his wins, while guys like Pantani, Ullrich and Riis are still there. What is the difference? Except perhaps Lance was/is not a nice person, but that should have *nothing* to do with how the TDF organizers decide which riders can keep their wins and which riders can't.
+6
Level 62
Oct 7, 2021
I'm pretty sure Armstrong admitted that he used doping his entire career, including during the times he won the Tour.
+2
Level 86
Oct 7, 2021
I think the quiz is nice as it is. You can't just erase history like that. So, asking for the disqualified winners but specifying they were disqualified is fair.
+2
Level 62
Dec 30, 2022
That's just disrespectfull to the actual official winners though.
+1
Level ∞
Jul 24, 2023
They were all on a variety of substances as well.
+1
Level 55
Oct 5, 2021
Update for 2021 please.
+2
Level 65
Oct 7, 2021
Thanks foir the quiz. Wonder if you could allow close variation on Eddie Mercx's surname. Then again, I suppose we can always just look it up.
+1
Level 86
Oct 7, 2021
Think of it as ck + x.

But I agree that it's a strange spelling, and there could be some leniency about it.

+3
Level 44
Oct 8, 2021
Lance Armstrong should not be accepted as an answer, nor should Alberto Contador for 2010.
+2
Level 84
Aug 6, 2022
This is one quiz where cheating is perfectly acceptable. I just got 105% correct, for 6 points.