Circuit de Lorraine

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The Circuit de Lorraine is a multi-stage road bicycle racing event held annually in Lorraine, France. Since 2005, it has been organised as a 2.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

Circuit de Lorraine
Race details
DateLate May
RegionLorraine, France
English nameCircuit of Lorraine
Local name(s)Circuit de Lorraine (in French)
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
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First edition1956 (1956)
First winner Pierre Lambollez (FRA)
Most recent Nacer Bouhanni (FRA)

Between 1956 and 1994 it was an amateur race, becoming a professional race called Circuit des Mines in 1995.[1]


Year Country Rider Team
1956   France Pierre Lambollez
1957   France Henri Wasilewski
1958   France René Osterdag
1959   France Noël Chavy
1960   France Marcel Hocquaux
1961   Belgium Robert Duveau
1962   France Ugo Anzile
1963   Italy Elio Gerussi
1964   France Jean-Pierre Magnien
1965   France Maurice Izier
1966   Netherlands Jan van der Horst
1967   France Joseph Pare
1968   Netherlands Fedor den Hertog
1969   Netherlands Joop Zoetemelk
1970   Poland Andrejz Kaczmarek
1971   Netherlands Mathijs De Koning
1977   Netherlands Johan Van Den Meer
1978   Netherlands Gérard Mak
1979   Great Britain Tony Doyle
1980   France Frédéric Vichot
1981   France Régis Simon
1982   France Jean-Paul Hosotte
1983   Poland Zbigniew Kraśnik
1984   Netherlands Teun van Vliet
1985   France Pascal Lance
1986   Great Britain Paul Curran
1987   France Gilles Figue
1988   France Pascal Lance
1989   France Bruno Huger
1990   France Régis Simon
1991   Soviet Union Nikolai Galichin
1992   Italy Diego Ferrari
1993   France Jean-Christophe Currit
1994   France Christophe Mengin
1995   France Grégoire Balland
1996   Italy Stefano Dante Cantina Tollo–CoBo
1997   France Eddy Seigneur Française des Jeux
1998   Kazakhstan Alexander Vinokourov Casino–Ag2r
1999   Lithuania Arturas Kasputis Casino–Ag2r Prévoyance
2000   Denmark Nicki Sørensen Fakta
2001   Great Britain Chris Newton Great Britain (national team)
2002   Italy Giampaolo Cheula Mapei–Quick-Step
2003   France Guillaume Auger BigMat-Auber 93
2004   Netherlands Joost Posthuma Rabobank
2005   Latvia Andris Naudužs Naturino-Sapore di Mare
2006   Colombia Mauricio Soler Acqua & Sapone
2007   Germany Jörg Jaksche Tinkoff Credit Systems
2008   France Steve Chainel Auber 93
2009   Italy Matteo Carrara Vacansoleil
2010   Italy Fabio Felline Footon–Servetto–Fuji
2011   France Anthony Roux FDJ
2012   France Nacer Bouhanni FDJ–BigMat

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