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List of Tour de France secondary classification winners

The Tour de France is a cycling stage race held since 1903 over a current period of three weeks, although it was not staged from 1914 to 1918 and from 1940 to 1946, because of the First World War and Second World War respectively.

The winner of the Tour de France is determined by the general classification. In addition, there are some secondary classifications. The mountains classification, first calculated in 1933 and first associated with the polkadot jersey in 1975;[1] To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the race in 1953, the points classification was started. It rewarded the consistent finishers in individual stages by awarding points depending on the place in the stage.[2] In 1975, the Tour organisers launched the young rider classification[1] Eddy Merckx in 1969 is the only rider to win the King of the Mountains, the points and the overall title in the same year.

By yearEdit

Tour Year   Points   Mountains   Youth Notes
27 1933   Vicente Trueba [3]
28 1934   René Vietto [4]
29 1935   Félicien Vervaecke [5]
30 1936   Julián Berrendero [6]
31 1937   Félicien Vervaecke (2) [7]
32 1938   Gino Bartali [8]
33 1939   Sylvère Maes [9]
34 1947   Pierre Brambilla [10]
35 1948   Gino Bartali (2) [11]
36 1949   Fausto Coppi [12]
37 1950   Louison Bobet [13]
38 1951   Raphaël Géminiani [14]
39 1952   Fausto Coppi (2) [15]
40 1953   Fritz Schär   Jesús Loroño [16]
41 1954   Ferdinand Kübler   Federico Bahamontes [17]
42 1955   Stan Ockers   Charly Gaul [18]
43 1956   Stan Ockers (2)   Charly Gaul (2) [19]
44 1957   Jean Forestier   Gastone Nencini [20]
45 1958   Jean Graczyk   Federico Bahamontes (2) [21]
46 1959   André Darrigade   Federico Bahamontes (3) [22]
47 1960   Jean Graczyk (2)   Imerio Massignan [23]
48 1961   André Darrigade (2)   Imerio Massignan (2) [24]
49 1962   Rudi Altig   Federico Bahamontes (4) [25]
50 1963   Rik Van Looy   Federico Bahamontes (5) [26]
51 1964   Jan Janssen   Federico Bahamontes (6) [27]
52 1965   Jan Janssen (2)   Julio Jiménez [28]
53 1966   Willy Planckaert   Julio Jiménez (2) [29]
54 1967   Jan Janssen (3)   Julio Jiménez (3) [30]
55 1968   Franco Bitossi   Aurelio González Puente [31]
56 1969   Eddy Merckx   Eddy Merckx [32]
57 1970   Walter Godefroot   Eddy Merckx (2) [33]
58 1971   Eddy Merckx (2)   Lucien Van Impe [34]
59 1972   Eddy Merckx (3)   Lucien Van Impe (2) [35]
60 1973   Herman Van Springel   Pedro Torres [36]
61 1974   Patrick Sercu   Domingo Perurena [37]
62 1975   Rik Van Linden   Lucien Van Impe (3)   Francesco Moser [38][39]
63 1976   Freddy Maertens   Giancarlo Bellini   Enrique Martínez Heredia [39][40]
64 1977   Jacques Esclassan   Lucien Van Impe (4)   Dietrich Thurau [39][41]
65 1978   Freddy Maertens (2)   Mariano Martínez   Henk Lubberding [42][43]
66 1979   Bernard Hinault   Giovanni Battaglin   Jean-René Bernaudeau [43][44]
67 1980   Rudy Pevenage   Raymond Martin   Johan van der Velde [45][46]
68 1981   Freddy Maertens (3)   Lucien Van Impe (5)   Peter Winnen [47][48]
69 1982   Sean Kelly   Bernard Vallet   Phil Anderson [49][50]
70 1983   Sean Kelly (2)   Lucien Van Impe (6)   Laurent Fignon [51][52]
71 1984   Frank Hoste   Robert Millar   Greg LeMond [53][54]
72 1985   Sean Kelly (3)   Luis Herrera   Fabio Parra [55][56]
73 1986   Eric Vanderaerden   Bernard Hinault   Andrew Hampsten [57][58]
74 1987   Jean-Paul van Poppel   Luis Herrera (2)   Raúl Alcalá [59][60]
75 1988   Eddy Planckaert   Steven Rooks   Erik Breukink [61][62]
76 1989   Sean Kelly (4)   Gert-Jan Theunisse   Fabrice Philipot [63][64]
77 1990   Olaf Ludwig   Thierry Claveyrolat   Gilles Delion [65][66]
78 1991   Djamolidine Abdoujaparov   Claudio Chiappucci   Álvaro Mejía Castrillón [67][68]
79 1992   Laurent Jalabert   Claudio Chiappucci (2)   Eddy Bouwmans [69][70]
80 1993   Djamolidine Abdoujaparov (2)   Tony Rominger   Antonio Martín [71][72]
81 1994   Djamolidine Abdoujaparov (3)   Richard Virenque   Marco Pantani [73][74]
82 1995   Laurent Jalabert (2)   Richard Virenque (2)   Marco Pantani (2) [75][76]
83 1996   Erik Zabel   Richard Virenque (3)   Jan Ullrich [77][78]
84 1997   Erik Zabel (2)   Richard Virenque (4)   Jan Ullrich (2) [79][80]
85 1998   Erik Zabel (3)   Christophe Rinero   Jan Ullrich (3) [81]
86 1999   Erik Zabel (4)   Richard Virenque (5)   Benoît Salmon [82]
87 2000   Erik Zabel (5)   Santiago Botero   Francisco Mancebo [83]
88 2001   Erik Zabel (6)   Laurent Jalabert   Óscar Sevilla [84]
89 2002   Robbie McEwen   Laurent Jalabert (2)   Ivan Basso [85]
90 2003   Baden Cooke   Richard Virenque (6)   Denis Menchov [86]
91 2004   Robbie McEwen (2)   Richard Virenque (7)   Vladimir Karpets [87]
92 2005   Thor Hushovd   Michael Rasmussen   Yaroslav Popovych [88]
93 2006   Robbie McEwen (3)   Michael Rasmussen (2)   Damiano Cunego [89][90]
94 2007   Tom Boonen   Mauricio Soler   Alberto Contador [91][92]
95 2008   Óscar Freire   Carlos Sastre   Andy Schleck [93][94]
96 2009   Thor Hushovd (2)   Egoi Martínez   Andy Schleck (2) [95]
97 2010   Alessandro Petacchi   Anthony Charteau   Andy Schleck (3) [96][97]
98 2011   Mark Cavendish   Samuel Sánchez   Pierre Rolland [98]
99 2012   Peter Sagan   Thomas Voeckler   Tejay van Garderen [99]
100 2013   Peter Sagan (2)   Nairo Quintana   Nairo Quintana [citation needed]
101 2014   Peter Sagan (3)   Rafał Majka   Thibaut Pinot [citation needed]
102 2015   Peter Sagan (4)   Chris Froome   Nairo Quintana (2) [citation needed]
103 2016   Peter Sagan (5)   Rafał Majka (2)   Adam Yates [citation needed]
104 2017   Michael Matthews   Warren Barguil   Simon Yates [citation needed]
105 2018   Peter Sagan (6)   Julian Alaphilippe   Pierre Latour [citation needed]

By countryEdit

Rank Country       Total
1   France 9 22 8 39
2   Belgium 19 11 0 30
3   Spain 1 18 5 24
4   Italy 2 12 5 19
5   Germany 8 0 4 12
6   Netherlands 4 2 5 11
7   Colombia 0 5 4 9
8   Australia 5 0 1 6
8   Slovakia 6 0 0 6
9   Great Britain 1 2 2 5
9   Luxembourg 0 2 3 5
10   Ireland 4 0 0 4
11    Switzerland 2 1 0 3
11   United States 0 0 3 3
11   Uzbekistan 3 0 0 3
12   Denmark 0 2 0 2
12   Norway 2 0 0 2
12   Poland 0 2 0 2
12   Russia 0 0 2 2
13   Mexico 0 0 1 1
13   Ukraine 0 0 1 1

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