Tour de Serbie

Tour de Serbie is a road bicycle race held annually in Serbia. First held in 1939, since 2005 it has been ranked 2.2 on the UCI Europe Tour.

Tour de Serbie
Trka kroz Srbiju.jpg
Race details
DateJune
RegionSerbia
English nameTour of Serbia
Local name(s)Трка кроз Србију/Trka kroz Srbiju (Кроз Србију/Kroz Srbiju)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
Web sitewww.tds.co.rs Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1939 (1939)
Editions60 (as of 2020)
First winner August Prosenik (YUG)
Most wins Mikoš Rnjaković (YUG) (4 wins)
Most recent Martin Haring (SVK)
2013 winner Ivan Stević (pictured in 2007)

Past winnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1939   Yugoslavia August Prosenik
1940   Yugoslavia Janez Peternel
1941–
1962
No race
1963   Poland Jozef Vávra
1964   Yugoslavia Jože Valenčič
1965   Yugoslavia Radoš Čubrić
1966   Yugoslavia Andrej Boltezar
1967   Poland Ryszard Zapała
1968   Czech Republic Jan Vávra
1969   Czech Republic Břetislav Souček
1970   Yugoslavia Radoš Čubrić
1971   Yugoslavia Cvitko Bilić
1972   Czech Republic Petar Hladik
1973   Yugoslavia Cvitko Bilić
1974   Yugoslavia Jože Valenčič
1975   Czechoslovakia Jiří Bartolšik
1976   Yugoslavia Jože Valenčič
1977   Yugoslavia Drago Frelih
1978   Yugoslavia Drago Frelih
1979   Czech Republic František Kundert
1980   Yugoslavia Drago Frelih
1981   Yugoslavia Bojan Ropret
1982   Yugoslavia Dragić Borovičanin
1983   Yugoslavia Mladen Lojen
1984   Yugoslavia Gorazd Penko
1985   Yugoslavia Mikoš Rnjaković
1986   Yugoslavia Janiz Lampic
1987   Yugoslavia Rajko Čubrić
1988   Yugoslavia Rajko Čubrić
1989   Yugoslavia Robert Sebenik
1990   Yugoslavia Mikoš Rnjaković
1991   Yugoslavia Mikoš Rnjaković
1992   Serbia and Montenegro Zoran Ilić
1993   Russia Andrei Kokorine
1994   Russia Alexei Sivakov
1995   Ukraine Oleksandr Fedenko
1996   Serbia and Montenegro Mikoš Rnjaković
1997   Serbia and Montenegro Saša Gajičić
1998   Slovenia Robert Pintarić
1999   Finland Kjell Carlström
2000   Serbia and Montenegro Alexandar Nikačević
2001   Serbia and Montenegro Saša Gajičić
2002   Serbia and Montenegro Alexandar Nikačević Alessio
2003   Poland Jacek Walczak Legia-Bazyliszek
2004   Japan Koji Fukushima Bridgestone–Anchor
2005   Croatia Matija Kvasina Perutnina Ptuj
2006   Bulgaria Ivaïlo Gabrovski Flanders
2007   Slovenia Matej Stare Perutnina Ptuj
2008   Croatia Matija Kvasina Perutnina Ptuj
2009   Italy Davide Torosantucci Centri della Calzatura
2010   Italy Luca Ascani CDC–Cavaliere
2011   Serbia Ivan Stević Partizan Powermove
2012   Germany Stefan Schumacher Christina Watches–Onfone
2013   Serbia Ivan Stević Tuşnad
2014   Poland Jarosław Kowalczyk BDC Marcpol
2015   Russia Ivan Savitskiy RusVelo
2016   Slovenia Matej Mugerli Synergy Baku
2017   Greece Charalampos Kastrantas Dare Viator Partizan
2018   Argentina Nicolás Tivani Trevigiani Phonix–Hemus 1896
2019   Italy Enrico Salvador Northwave Cofiloc
2020   Slovakia Martin Haring Dukla Banská Bystrica

External linksEdit