Flèche du Sud

The Flèche du Sud, is a road bicycle race held annually in Luxembourg. It is currently organised as a 2.2 event on the UCI Europe Tour.[1]

Flèche du Sud
Race details
DateMay
RegionLuxembourg
English nameSouth Arrow
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
Web sitewww.fleche-du-sud.lu Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1949 (1949)
Editions70 (as of 2019)
First winner Robert Bintz (LUX)
Most wins Charly Gaul (LUX)
 Edy Schütz (LUX)
 Roger Gilson (LUX)
 Alf Segersäll (SWE)
 Jan Ostergaard (DEN)
 Lasse Bøchman (DEN)
(2 wins)
Most recent Quinten Hermans (BEL)

WinnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1949   Luxembourg Robert Bintz
1951   Luxembourg Charly Gaul
1952   Luxembourg Roger Ludwig
1953   Luxembourg Charly Gaul
1954   Netherlands Willy Gramser
1955   Luxembourg Théo Simon
1956   Netherlands Rien van Grinsven
1957   Luxembourg Camille Jost
1958   Belgium Willy Vanden Berghen
1959   Luxembourg Walter Martinato
1960   Luxembourg Bruno Jacobs
1961   Germany August Korte
1962   Belgium Nicolas Manzo
1963   Luxembourg Johny Schleck
1964   Luxembourg Edy Schütz
1965   Luxembourg Edy Schütz
1966   Germany Ortwin Czarnowski
1967   Luxembourg Roger Gilson
1968   France Guy Boitrelle
1969   Luxembourg Roger Gilson
1970    Switzerland Walter Bürki
1971   Netherlands Fons van Katwijk
1972   Germany Alfred Gaida
1973   Luxembourg Erny Kirchen
1974   Netherlands Johan van der Meer
1975   Italy Fausto Stiz
1976   Italy Luciano Sacher
1977   Sweden Alf Segersäll
1978   Sweden Alf Segersäll
1979   Luxembourg Conny Neiertz
1980   Portugal Acácio da Silva
1981    Switzerland Jean-Louis Schneiter
1982   Great Britain Neil Martin
1983    Switzerland Hartmut Bölts
1984   Portugal Francis da Silva
1985   Netherlands Wim Jennen
1986   Netherlands Rob Harmeling
1987   Germany Hans-Werner Theisen
1988    Switzerland Lutz Nippen
1989    Switzerland Daniel Lanz
1990    Switzerland Alex Zülle
1991   Netherlands Robert de Poel
1992   Denmark Jan Ostergaard
1993   Netherlands Lex Nederlof
1994   Germany Wolfgang Lohr
1995   Germany Klaus Diewald
1996   Netherlands Marc Lotz
1997   Italy David Dante
1998   Denmark Jan Ostergaard
1999   Luxembourg Kim Kirchen
2000   Italy Giampaolo Cheula
2001   Great Britain Bradley Wiggins
2002    Switzerland Christian Weber Kewa Rad Team
2003    Switzerland David Loosli Saeco Romers
2004   Luxembourg Andy Schleck Luxembourg national team
2005   Germany Wolfram Wiese ComNet-Senges
2006   Great Britain Geraint Thomas Great Britain national team
2007   Russia Boris Shpilevsky Kio Ene-DMT
2008    Switzerland Marcel Wyss Atlas-Romer's Hausbäckerei
2009    Switzerland Simon Zahner Bürgis Cycling
2010   Denmark Lasse Bøchman Glud & Marstrand–LRØ Radgivning
2011   Denmark Lasse Bøchman Glud & Marstrand–LRØ
2012   Luxembourg Bob Jungels Leopard–Trek Continental Team
2013   Denmark Michael Valgren Team Cult Energy
2014   Belgium Gaëtan Bille Verandas Willems
2015   Spain Víctor de la Parte Team Vorarlberg
2016   Portugal Sérgio Sousa Team Vorarlberg
2017   Croatia Matija Kvasina Felbermayr–Simplon Wels
2018   Belgium Gianni Marchand Cibel–Cebon
2019   Belgium Quinten Hermans Telenet–Fidea Lions

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Flèche du Sud — UCI 2-2". British Cycling. Retrieved 27 February 2013.

External linksEdit