Tour of Thailand

The Tour of Thailand, officially the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhon's Cup Tour of Thailand is an annual professional road bicycle racing stage race held in Thailand. It was classified by the International Cycling Union as a 2.2 category race as part of the UCI Asia Tour,[1] becoming rated category 2.1 since 2017.

Tour of Thailand (General classification)
Race details
DateApril
RegionThailand
Local name(s)ทัวร์ ออฟ ไทยแลนด์ (in Thai)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Asia Tour 2.1
TypeStage race
OrganiserThai Cycling Association
Web sitetourofthailand.in.th Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition2006 (2006)
Editions15 (as of 2020)
First winner Li Fuyu (CHN)
Most wins Yasuharu Nakajima (JPN) (2 wins)
Most recent Nikodemus Holler (GER)

Past winnersEdit

General classificationEdit

Year Country Rider Team
2006   China Li Fuyu Marco Polo
2007   Iran Ahad Kazemi Tabriz Petrochemical Team
2008   Great Britain Alex Coutts Giant Asia Racing Team
2009   United States Andrew Bajadali Kelly Benefit Strategies
2010   United States Kiel Reijnen Giant Asia Racing Team
2011   Germany Tobias Erler Tabriz Petrochemical Team
2012   Australia Mitchell Lovelock-Fay Australia national team
2013   Hong Kong Choi Ki Ho Hong Kong national team
2014   Japan Yasuharu Nakajima Aisan Racing Team
2015   Japan Yasuharu Nakajima Aisan Racing Team
2016   Australia Benjamin Hill Attaque Team Gusto
2017   Kazakhstan Yevgeniy Gidich Vino–Astana Motors
2018   Australia Ben Dyball St George Continental Cycling Team
2019   Australia Ryan Cavanagh St George Continental Cycling Team
2020   Germany Nikodemus Holler Bike Aid

WomenEdit

The Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's Cup Tour of Thailand
Race details
DateApril
RegionThailand
DisciplineRoad
TypeStage race
Web sitetourofthailand.in.th  
History
First edition2012 (2012)
Editions7 (as of 2018)
First winner  Liu Xin (CHN)
Most wins  Zhao Juan Meng (HKG)
(2 wins)
Most recent  Olga Zabelinskaya (RUS)
Year Winner Second Third
2012   Liu Xin   Mayuko Hagiwara   Sun Ae Choi
2013   Dung Nguyen Thuy   Huang Ting Ying   Kunlapha Wilaiwan
2014   Zhao Juan Meng   Jutatip Maneephan   Mei Yu Hsiao
2015   Zhao Juan Meng   Lauren Kitchen   Thi That Nguyen
2016   Qianyu Yang   Ting Ying Huangn   Thi That Nguyen
2017   Phetdarin Somrat   Thi That Nguyen   Miriam Bjørnsrud
2018   Olga Zabelinskaya   Karina Kasenova   Gulnaz Badykova
2019   Jutatip Maneephan   Teniel Campbell   Yumi Kajihara
2020   Jutatip Maneephan   Supaksorn Nuntana   Chaniporn Batriya

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