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Have a look at the previous winners below, and the event details section above as it will give you the Tour 2020 dates, location and a link to their official website.
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Tour de France Winners:
2019 - Egan Bernal.
2018 - Geraint Thomas.
2017 - Chris Froome.
2016 - Chris Froome.
2015 - Chris Froome.
2014 - Vincenzo Nibali.
2013 - Chris Froome.
2012 - Bradley Wiggins.
2011 - Cadel Evans.
2010 - Andy Schleck.Tour De France News Headlines
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Rod Ellingworth to leave Bahrain-McLaren after one-year stint at top
- The 48-year-old's brief tenure at the team was headlined by Landa's fourth-place at the Tour de France, and a further three top-10s at grand tours via ...
Norwich native Rhim makes move to European-based team
- The program — run by former Tour de France racer George Hincapie and his brother, Rich — announced last month it was shutting down, another ...
Aru's new team, Circus-Wanty Gobert's new name: Daily News Digest
- He abandoned this year's Tour de France on stage 9, saying at the time that he wasn't sure what was wrong, while UAE advisor Giuseppe Saronni ...
Bathurst Cycling Classic: Three-day Bathurst Tour will be the first tour in eight years for NSW
- "Rather than running it like the Tour de France which runs on time for each stage, it will be run on a points style. That means for riders that even if they ...
Ona Carbonell, Javier Sotomayor and LaLiga, among the AS awards | sports
- This award was also received by the Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal, the first Latin American to achieve a Tour de France, who did not attend the event ...