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List of teams and cyclists in the 2009 Tour de France

Four cyclists riding up a mountain, chased by two more cyclists. On each side of the road, spectators cheer on the riders.
Andy Schleck leading his brother Fränk Schleck, the yellow jersey winner Alberto Contador and Lance Armstrong up Mont Ventoux on stage 20. The two chasers seen behind the four-man group are Vincenzo Nibali and Roman Kreuziger.

The 2009 Tour de France was the 96th edition of Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. This Tour featured 180 riders from 30 countries on 20 cycling teams, starting in the principality of Monaco on 4 July and finishing on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on 26 July.[1]

Of the teams taking part in the Giro, 17 were ProTour teams, and 3 were Professional Continental teams.[2] Fuji–Servetto were the only ProTour team not to receive an invitation.[3] The three Professional Continental teams included were Agritubel, Skil–Shimano and Cervélo TestTeam. Each of the 20 teams invited to the race entered a squad of nine riders.[4]

Twenty-four riders abandoned the three-week race before reaching Paris.[5] Alberto Contador of the Astana team won the race; after winning the 15th stage to Verbier, and thus taking over the yellow jersey which he kept until the end of the race.[6]


Teams
Ag2r – La Mondiale Agritubel Astana
Bbox Bouygues Telecom Caisse d'Epargne Cervélo TestTeam
Cofidis Euskaltel–Euskadi Française des Jeux
Garmin–Slipstream Lampre–NGC Liquigas
Quick Step Rabobank Silence–Lotto
Skil–Shimano Team Columbia – High Road Team Katusha
Team Milram Team Saxo Bank
Cyclists References

TeamsEdit

Legend
No. Starting number worn by the rider during the Giro[4] Pos. Position in the general classification[6]
Denotes riders born on or after 1 January 1984
eligible for the Young rider classification[6]
HD Denotes a rider finished outside the time limit,
followed by the stage in which they did so[5]
DNS Denotes a rider who did not start,
followed by the stage before which they withdrew[5]
DNF Denotes a rider who did not finish,
followed by the stage in which they withdrew[5]
Cervélo TestTeam
CTT[7]
No. Age Pos.
1   Carlos Sastre (ESP) 34 17
2   Íñigo Cuesta (ESP) 40 87
3   José Ángel Gómez Marchante (ESP) 29 DNF-17
4   Volodymir Gustov (UKR) 32 45
5   Heinrich Haussler (GER) 25† 97
6   Thor Hushovd (NOR) 31 106
7   Andreas Klier (GER) 33 155
8   Brett Lancaster (AUS) 29 127
9   Hayden Roulston (NZL) 28 79
Team manager: Theo Maucher
Silence–Lotto
SIL
No. Age Pos.
11   Cadel Evans (AUS) 32 30
12   Mickaël Delage (FRA) 23† 101
13   Sebastian Lang (GER) 29 76
14   Matthew Lloyd (AUS) 26 46
15   Staf Scheirlinckx (BEL) 30 123
16   Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 24† 89
17   Jurgen Van den Broeck (BEL) 26 15
18   Johan Van Summeren (BEL) 28 93
19   Charly Wegelius (GBR) 31 59
Team manager: Marc Sergeant
Astana
AST
No. Age Pos.
21   Alberto Contador (ESP) 26 1
22   Lance Armstrong (USA) 37 3
23   Andreas Klöden (GER) 34 6
24   Levi Leipheimer (USA) 35 DNS-13
25   Dimitry Muravyev (KAZ) 30 148
26   Sérgio Paulinho (POR) 29 35
27   Yaroslav Popovych (UKR) 29 41
28   Grégory Rast (SUI) 29 138
29   Haimar Zubeldia (ESP) 32 27
Team manager: Johan Bruyneel
Team Saxo Bank
SAX[8]
No. Age Pos.
31   Andy Schleck (LUX) 24† 2
32   Kurt Asle Arvesen (NOR) 34 DNS-11
33   Fabian Cancellara (SUI) 28 91
34   Gustav Larsson (SWE) 28 50
35   Stuart O'Grady (AUS) 35 124
36   Fränk Schleck (LUX) 29 5
37   Chris Anker Sørensen (DEN) 24† 34
38   Nicki Sørensen (DEN) 34 31
39   Jens Voigt (GER) 37 DNF-16
Team manager: Bjarne Riis
Rabobank
RAB[9]
No. Age Pos.
41   Denis Menchov (RUS) 31 51
42   Stef Clement (NED) 26 118
43   Juan Antonio Flecha (ESP) 31 102
44   Óscar Freire (ESP) 33 99
45   Juan Manuel Gárate (ESP) 33 62
46   Robert Gesink (NED) 23† DNS-6
47   Grischa Niermann (GER) 33 54
48   Joost Posthuma (NED) 28 73
49   Laurens ten Dam (NED) 28 60
Team manager: Harold Knebel
Garmin–Slipstream
GRM[10]
No. Age Pos.
51   Christian Vande Velde (USA) 33 8
52   Julian Dean (NZL) 34 121
53   Tyler Farrar (USA) 25† 151
54   Ryder Hesjedal (CAN) 28 49
55   Martijn Maaskant (NED) 25 98
56   David Millar (GBR) 32 85
57   Danny Pate (USA) 30 141
58   Bradley Wiggins (GBR) 29 4
59   David Zabriskie (USA) 30 77
Team manager: Jonathan Vaughters
Euskaltel–Euskadi
EUS[11]
No. Age Pos.
61   Mikel Astarloza (ESP) 29 11
62   Igor Antón (ESP) 26 66
63   Koldo Fernández (ESP) 27 HD-8
64   Egoi Martínez (ESP) 31 44
65   Juan José Oroz (ESP) 28 107
66   Alan Pérez (ESP) 26 HD-19
67   Rubén Pérez (ESP) 27 72
68   Amets Txurruka (ESP) 26 HD-19
69   Gorka Verdugo (ESP) 30 61
Team manager: Miguel Madariga
Team Columbia–HTC
THR[12]
No. Age Pos.
71   Mark Cavendish (GBR) 24† 131
72   Bernhard Eisel (AUT) 28 150
73   Bert Grabsch (GER) 34 134
74   George Hincapie (USA) 36 19
75   Kim Kirchen (LUX) 31 57
76   Tony Martin (GER) 24† 36
77   Maxime Monfort (BEL) 26 28
78   Mark Renshaw (AUS) 26 149
79   Michael Rogers (AUS) 29 103
Team manager: Bob Stapleton
Ag2r–La Mondiale
ALM[13]
No. Age Pos.
81   Vladimir Efimkin (RUS) 27 DNF-15
82   José Luis Arrieta (ESP) 38 81
83   Cyril Dessel (FRA) 34 DNF-17
84   Hubert Dupont (FRA) 28 33
85   Stéphane Goubert (FRA) 39 16
86   Lloyd Mondory (FRA) 27 133
87   Rinaldo Nocentini (ITA) 31 14
88   Christophe Riblon (FRA) 28 82
89   Nicolas Roche (IRL) 25† 23
Team manager: Vincent Lavenu
Liquigas
LIQ
No. Age Pos.
91   Franco Pellizotti (ITA) 31 37
92   Daniele Bennati (ITA) 28 135
93   Roman Kreuziger (CZE) 23† 9
94   Aleksandr Kuschynski (BLR) 29 92
95   Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 24† 7
96   Fabio Sabatini (ITA) 24† 147
97   Brian Vandborg (DEN) 27 116
98   Alessandro Vanotti (ITA) 28 120
99   Frederik Willems (BEL) 29 86
Team manager: Roberto Amadio
Française des Jeux
FDJ[14]
No. Age Pos.
101   Sandy Casar (FRA) 30 12
102   Jérôme Coppel (FRA) 22† DNF-12
103   Anthony Geslin (FRA) 29 119
104   Yauheni Hutarovich (BLR) 25 156
105   Sébastien Joly (FRA) 30 DNF-7
106   Christophe Le Mével (FRA) 28 10
107   Jérémy Roy (FRA) 26 48
108   Benoît Vaugrenard (FRA) 27 142
109   Jussi Veikkanen (FIN) 28 108
Team manager: Marc Madiot
Caisse d'Epargne
GCE[15]
No. Age Pos.
111   Óscar Pereiro (ESP) 31 DNF-8
112   David Arroyo (ESP) 29 69
113   Rui Costa (POR) 23† DNS-12
114   Arnaud Coyot (FRA) 28 115
115   Iván Gutiérrez (ESP) 30 71
116   Luis Pasamontes (ESP) 29 39
117   José Joaquín Rojas (ESP) 24† 84
118   Luis León Sánchez (ESP) 25 26
119   Rigoberto Urán (COL) 22† 52
Team manager: José-Miguel Echavarri
Cofidis
COF
No. Age Pos.
121   David Moncoutié (FRA) 34 58
122   Stéphane Augé (FRA) 34 136
123   Samuel Dumoulin (FRA) 28 139
124   Leonardo Duque (COL) 29 94
125   Bingen Fernández (ESP) 36 105
126   Christophe Kern (FRA) 28 75
127   Sébastien Minard (FRA) 27 38
128   Amaël Moinard (FRA) 27 65
129   Rémi Pauriol (FRA) 27 43
Team manager: Éric Boyer
Lampre–NGC
LAM[16]
No. Age Pos.
131   Alessandro Ballan (ITA) 29 95
132   Marco Bandiera (ITA) 25† 145
133   Marzio Bruseghin (ITA) 35 80
134   Angelo Furlan (ITA) 32 DNF-12
135   David Loosli (SUI) 29 53
136   Daniele Righi (ITA) 33 110
137   Mauro Santambrogio (ITA) 24† 132
138   Marcin Sapa (POL) 33 146
139   Simon Špilak (SLO) 23† 109
Team manager: Giuseppe Saronni
Bbox Bouygues Telecom
BBO[17]
No. Age Pos.
141   Thomas Voeckler (FRA) 30 67
142   Yukiya Arashiro (JPN) 24† 129
143   William Bonnet (FRA) 27 128
144   Pierrick Fédrigo (FRA) 30 56
145   Saïd Haddou (FRA) 26 143
146   Laurent Lefèvre (FRA) 33 42
147   Alexandre Pichot (FRA) 26 117
148   Pierre Rolland (FRA) 22† 22
149   Yuri Trofimov (RUS) 25† 47
Team manager: Jean-René Bernaudeau
Quick-Step
QST[18]
No. Age Pos.
151   Sylvain Chavanel (FRA) 30 20
152   Carlos Barredo (ESP) 28 63
153   Tom Boonen (BEL) 28 DNS-15
154   Steven de Jongh (NED) 35 153
155   Stijn Devolder (BEL) 29 83
156   Jérôme Pineau (FRA) 29 88
157   Sébastien Rosseler (BEL) 27 104
158   Matteo Tosatto (ITA) 35 114
159   Jurgen Van de Walle (BEL) 32 DNS-3
Team manager: Patrick Lefevere
Team Katusha
KAT[19]
No. Age Pos.
161   Vladimir Karpets (RUS) 28 13
162   Alexander Bocharov (RUS) 34 18
163   Joan Horrach (ESP) 35 74
164   Mikhail Ignatiev (RUS) 24† 140
165   Serguei Ivanov (RUS) 34 40
166   Danilo Napolitano (ITA) 28 HD-9
167   Filippo Pozzato (ITA) 27 100
168   Nikolai Trusov (RUS) 24† 122
169   Stijn Vandenbergh (BEL) 25† 96
Team manager: Stefano Feltrin
Agritubel
AGR[20]
No. Age Pos.
171   Christophe Moreau (FRA) 38 29
172   Maxime Bouet (FRA) 22† 70
173   Sylvain Calzati (FRA) 30 55
174   Brice Feillu (FRA) 23† 25
175   Romain Feillu (FRA) 25† DNF-12
176   Eduardo Gonzalo (ESP) 25 DNF-8
177   David Lelay (FRA) 29 DNF-8
178   Geoffroy Lequatre (FRA) 28 64
179   Nicolas Vogondy (FRA) 31 68
Team manager: David Fornes
Team Milram
MRM
No. Age Pos.
181   Linus Gerdemann (GER) 26 24
182   Gerald Ciolek (GER) 22† 126
183   Markus Fothen (GER) 27 125
184   Johannes Fröhlinger (GER) 24† 78
185   Christian Knees (GER) 28 21
186   Niki Terpstra (NED) 25† 152
187   Peter Velits (SVK) 24† 32
188   Fabian Wegmann (GER) 29 137
189   Peter Wrolich (AUT) 35 DNS-13
Team manager: Gerry van Gerwen
Skil–Shimano
SKS[21]
No. Age Pos.
191   Cyril Lemoine (FRA) 26 144
192   Fumiyuki Beppu (JPN) 26 112
193   Koen de Kort (NED) 26 111
194   Simon Geschke (GER) 23† 113
195   Jonathan Hivert (FRA) 24† 154
196   Thierry Hupond (FRA) 24† 90
197   Piet Rooijakkers (NED) 28 DNF-4
198   Albert Timmer (NED) 24† 130
199   Kenny van Hummel (NED) 26 DNF-17
Team manager: Iwan Spekenbrink

 
Thor Hushovd, the winner of the Points classification, wearing his green jersey at the last stage in Paris.

CyclistsEdit

Legend
No. Starting number worn by the rider during the Tour[4]
Pos. Position in the general classification[6]
Denotes riders born on or after 1 January 1984 eligible for the Young rider classification[6]
HD Denotes a rider finished outside the time limit, followed by the stage in which they did so[5]
DNS Denotes a rider who did not start, followed by the stage before which they withdrew[5]
DNF Denotes a rider who did not finish, followed by the stage in which they withdrew[5]
Age correct as of 4 July 2009, the date on which the Tour began[4]
No. Rider Team Nationality Age Pos.
1 Carlos Sastre Cervélo TestTeam   Spain 34 17
2 Íñigo Cuesta Cervélo TestTeam   Spain 40 87
3 José Ángel Gómez Marchante Cervélo TestTeam   Spain 29 DNF-17
4 Volodymir Gustov Cervélo TestTeam   Ukraine 32 45
5 Heinrich Haussler Cervélo TestTeam   Germany 25† 97
6 Hushovd, Thor  Thor Hushovd Cervélo TestTeam   Norway 31 106
7 Andreas Klier Cervélo TestTeam   Germany 33 155
8 Brett Lancaster Cervélo TestTeam   Australia 29 127
9 Hayden Roulston Cervélo TestTeam   New Zealand 28 79
11 Cadel Evans Silence–Lotto   Australia 32 30
12 Mickaël Delage Silence–Lotto   France 23† 101
13 Sebastian Lang Silence–Lotto   Germany 29 76
14 Matthew Lloyd Silence–Lotto   Australia 26 46
15 Staf Scheirlinckx Silence–Lotto   Belgium 30 123
16 Greg Van Avermaet Silence–Lotto   Belgium 24† 89
17 Jurgen Van Den Broeck Silence–Lotto   Belgium 26 15
18 Johan Van Summeren Silence–Lotto   Belgium 28 93
19 Charly Wegelius Silence–Lotto   Great Britain 31 59
21 Contador, Alberto  Alberto Contador Astana   Spain 26 1
22 Lance Armstrong Astana   United States 37 3
23 Andreas Klöden Astana   Germany 34 6
24 Levi Leipheimer Astana   United States 35 DNS-13
25 Dimitry Muravyev Astana   Kazakhstan 30 148
26 Sérgio Paulinho Astana   Portugal 29 35
27 Yaroslav Popovych Astana   Ukraine 29 41
28 Grégory Rast Astana    Switzerland 29 138
29 Haimar Zubeldia Astana   Spain 32 27
31 Schleck, Andy  Andy Schleck Team Saxo Bank   Luxembourg 24† 2
32 Kurt Asle Arvesen Team Saxo Bank   Norway 34 DNS-11
33 Fabian Cancellara Team Saxo Bank    Switzerland 28 91
34 Gustav Larsson Team Saxo Bank   Sweden 28 50
35 Stuart O'Grady Team Saxo Bank   Australia 35 124
36 Fränk Schleck Team Saxo Bank   Luxembourg 29 5
37 Chris Anker Sørensen Team Saxo Bank   Denmark 24† 34
38 Nicki Sørensen Team Saxo Bank   Denmark 34 31
39 Jens Voigt Team Saxo Bank   Germany 37 DNF-16
41 Denis Menchov Rabobank   Russia 31 51
42 Stef Clement Rabobank   Netherlands 26 118
43 Juan Antonio Flecha Rabobank   Spain 31 102
44 Óscar Freire Rabobank   Spain 33 99
45 Juan Manuel Gárate Rabobank   Spain 33 62
46 Robert Gesink Rabobank   Netherlands 23† DNS-6
47 Grischa Niermann Rabobank   Germany 33 54
48 Joost Posthuma Rabobank   Netherlands 28 73
49 Laurens ten Dam Rabobank   Netherlands 28 60
51 Christian Vande Velde Garmin–Slipstream   United States 33 8
52 Julian Dean Garmin–Slipstream   New Zealand 34 121
53 Tyler Farrar Garmin–Slipstream   United States 25† 151
54 Ryder Hesjedal Garmin–Slipstream   Canada 28 49
55 Martijn Maaskant Garmin–Slipstream   Netherlands 25 98
56 David Millar Garmin–Slipstream   Great Britain 32 85
57 Danny Pate Garmin–Slipstream   United States 30 141
58 Bradley Wiggins Garmin–Slipstream   Great Britain 29 4
59 David Zabriskie Garmin–Slipstream   United States 30 77
61 Mikel Astarloza Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 29 11
62 Igor Antón Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 26 66
63 Koldo Fernández Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 27 HD-8
64 Egoi Martínez Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 31 44
65 Juan José Oroz Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 28 107
66 Alan Pérez Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 26 HD-19
67 Rubén Pérez Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 27 72
68 Amets Txurruka Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 26 HD-19
69 Gorka Verdugo Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 30 61
71 Mark Cavendish Team Columbia–HTC   Great Britain 24† 131
72 Bernhard Eisel Team Columbia–HTC   Austria 28 150
73 Bert Grabsch Team Columbia–HTC   Germany 34 134
74 George Hincapie Team Columbia–HTC   United States 36 19
75 Kim Kirchen Team Columbia–HTC   Luxembourg 31 57
76 Tony Martin Team Columbia–HTC   Germany 24† 36
77 Maxime Monfort Team Columbia–HTC   Belgium 26 28
78 Mark Renshaw Team Columbia–HTC   Australia 26 149
79 Michael Rogers Team Columbia–HTC   Australia 29 103
81 Vladimir Efimkin Ag2r–La Mondiale   Russia 27 DNF-15
82 José Luis Arrieta Ag2r–La Mondiale   Spain 38 81
83 Cyril Dessel Ag2r–La Mondiale   France 34 DNF-17
84 Hubert Dupont Ag2r–La Mondiale   France 28 33
85 Stéphane Goubert Ag2r–La Mondiale   France 39 16
86 Lloyd Mondory Ag2r–La Mondiale   France 27 133
87 Rinaldo Nocentini Ag2r–La Mondiale   Italy 31 14
88 Christophe Riblon Ag2r–La Mondiale   France 28 82
89 Nicolas Roche Ag2r–La Mondiale   Ireland 25† 23
91 Pellizotti, Franco  Franco Pellizotti Liquigas   Italy 31 37
92 Daniele Bennati Liquigas   Italy 28 135
93 Roman Kreuziger Liquigas   Czech Republic 23† 9
94 Aleksandr Kuschynski Liquigas   Belarus 29 92
95 Vincenzo Nibali Liquigas   Italy 24† 7
96 Fabio Sabatini Liquigas   Italy 24† 147
97 Brian Vandborg Liquigas   Denmark 27 116
98 Alessandro Vanotti Liquigas   Italy 28 120
99 Frederik Willems Liquigas   Belgium 29 86
101 Sandy Casar Française des Jeux   France 30 12
102 Jérôme Coppel Française des Jeux   France 22† DNF-12
103 Anthony Geslin Française des Jeux   France 29 119
104 Yauheni Hutarovich Française des Jeux   Belarus 25 156
105 Sébastien Joly Française des Jeux   France 30 DNF-7
106 Christophe Le Mével Française des Jeux   France 28 10
107 Jérémy Roy Française des Jeux   France 26 48
108 Benoît Vaugrenard Française des Jeux   France 27 142
109 Jussi Veikkanen Française des Jeux   Finland 28 108
111 Óscar Pereiro Caisse d'Epargne   Spain 31 DNF-8
112 David Arroyo Caisse d'Epargne   Spain 29 69
113 Rui Costa Caisse d'Epargne   Portugal 23† DNS-12
114 Arnaud Coyot Caisse d'Epargne   France 28 115
115 Iván Gutiérrez Caisse d'Epargne   Spain 30 71
116 Luis Pasamontes Caisse d'Epargne   Spain 29 39
117 José Joaquín Rojas Caisse d'Epargne   Spain 24† 84
118 Luis León Sánchez Caisse d'Epargne   Spain 25 26
119 Rigoberto Urán Caisse d'Epargne   Colombia 22† 52
121 David Moncoutié Cofidis   France 34 58
122 Stéphane Augé Cofidis   France 34 136
123 Samuel Dumoulin Cofidis   France 28 139
124 Leonardo Duque Cofidis   Colombia 29 94
125 Bingen Fernández Cofidis   Spain 36 105
126 Christophe Kern Cofidis   France 28 75
127 Sébastien Minard Cofidis   France 27 38
128 Amaël Moinard Cofidis   France 27 65
129 Rémi Pauriol Cofidis   France 27 43
131 Alessandro Ballan Lampre–NGC   Italy 29 95
132 Marco Bandiera Lampre–NGC   Italy 25† 145
133 Marzio Bruseghin Lampre–NGC   Italy 35 80
134 Angelo Furlan Lampre–NGC   Italy 32 DNF-12
135 David Loosli Lampre–NGC    Switzerland 29 53
136 Daniele Righi Lampre–NGC   Italy 33 110
137 Mauro Santambrogio Lampre–NGC   Italy 24† 132
138 Marcin Sapa Lampre–NGC   Poland 33 146
139 Simon Špilak Lampre–NGC   Slovenia 23† 109
141 Thomas Voeckler Bbox Bouygues Telecom   France 30 67
142 Yukiya Arashiro Bbox Bouygues Telecom   Japan 24† 129
143 William Bonnet Bbox Bouygues Telecom   France 27 128
144 Pierrick Fédrigo Bbox Bouygues Telecom   France 30 56
145 Saïd Haddou Bbox Bouygues Telecom   France 26 143
146 Laurent Lefèvre Bbox Bouygues Telecom   France 33 42
147 Alexandre Pichot Bbox Bouygues Telecom   France 26 117
148 Pierre Rolland Bbox Bouygues Telecom   France 22† 22
149 Yuri Trofimov Bbox Bouygues Telecom   Russia 25† 47
151 Sylvain Chavanel Quick-Step   France 30 20
152 Carlos Barredo Quick-Step   Spain 28 63
153 Tom Boonen Quick-Step   Belgium 28 DNS-15
154 Steven de Jongh Quick-Step   Netherlands 35 153
155 Stijn Devolder Quick-Step   Belgium 29 83
156 Jérôme Pineau Quick-Step   France 29 88
157 Sébastien Rosseler Quick-Step   Belgium 27 104
158 Matteo Tosatto Quick-Step   Italy 35 114
159 Jurgen Van de Walle Quick-Step   Belgium 32 DNS-3
161 Vladimir Karpets Team Katusha   Russia 28 13
162 Alexandre Botcharov Team Katusha   Russia 34 18
163 Joan Horrach Team Katusha   Spain 35 74
164 Mikhail Ignatiev Team Katusha   Russia 24† 140
165 Serguei Ivanov Team Katusha   Russia 34 40
166 Danilo Napolitano Team Katusha   Italy 28 HD-9
167 Filippo Pozzato Team Katusha   Italy 27 100
168 Nikolai Trusov Team Katusha   Russia 24† 122
169 Stijn Vandenbergh Team Katusha   Belgium 24† 96
171 Christophe Moreau Agritubel   France 38 29
172 Maxime Bouet Agritubel   France 22† 70
173 Sylvain Calzati Agritubel   France 30 55
174 Brice Feillu Agritubel   France 23† 25
175 Romain Feillu Agritubel   France 25† DNF-12
176 Eduardo Gonzalo Agritubel   Spain 25 DNF-8
177 David Lelay Agritubel   France 29 DNF-8
178 Geoffroy Lequatre Agritubel   France 28 64
179 Nicolas Vogondy Agritubel   France 31 68
181 Linus Gerdemann Team Milram   Germany 26 24
182 Gerald Ciolek Team Milram   Germany 22† 126
183 Markus Fothen Team Milram   Germany 27 125
184 Johannes Fröhlinger Team Milram   Germany 24† 78
185 Christian Knees Team Milram   Germany 28 21
186 Niki Terpstra Team Milram   Netherlands 25† 152
187 Peter Velits Team Milram   Slovakia 24† 32
188 Fabian Wegmann Team Milram   Germany 29 137
189 Peter Wrolich Team Milram   Austria 35 DNS-13
191 Cyril Lemoine Skil–Shimano   France 26 144
192 Fumiyuki Beppu Skil–Shimano   Japan 26 112
193 Koen de Kort Skil–Shimano   Netherlands 26 111
194 Simon Geschke Skil–Shimano   Germany 23† 113
195 Jonathan Hivert Skil–Shimano   France 24† 154
196 Thierry Hupond Skil–Shimano   France 24† 90
197 Piet Rooijakkers Skil–Shimano   Netherlands 28 DNF-4
198 Albert Timmer Skil–Shimano   Netherlands 24† 130
199 Kenny van Hummel Skil–Shimano   Netherlands 26 DNF-17

NationalityEdit

Country Number of riders Finishers Stage wins
  Australia 6 6 0
  Austria 2 1 0
  Belarus 2 2 0
  Belgium 11 9 0
  Canada 1 1 0
  Colombia 2 2 0
  Czech Republic 1 1 0
  Denmark 3 3 1
  Finland 1 1 0
  France 41 36 3
  Germany 15 14 1
  Ireland 1 1 0
  Italy 15 13 0
  Japan 2 2 0
  Kazakhstan 1 1 0
  Luxembourg 3 3 1
  Netherlands 11 8 0
  New Zealand 2 2 0
  Norway 2 1 1
  Poland 1 1 0
  Portugal 2 1 0
  Russia 8 7 1
  Slovakia 1 1 0
  Slovenia 1 1 0
  Spain 28 22 5
  Sweden 1 1 0
   Switzerland 3 3 1
  Ukraine 2 2 0
  Great Britain 4 4 6
  United States 7 6 0
Selection information

ReferencesEdit

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