Tour of Yugoslavia
Tour of Yugoslavia (Serbo-Croatian: Kroz Jugoslaviju) was a stage road bicycle race held annually in Yugoslavia. Launched in 1937, the race was held in 1938 and 1940 before interruption due to World War II. In 1947 the first post-war edition was held, and it continued to be organised every year until 2000. Although the race was an event for amateur cyclists during most of its history, it was opened to professional riders in 1998.
|Local name(s)||Utrka kroz Jugoslaviju (in Serbo-Croatian)|
|First winner||August Prosenik (YUG)|
Tour of Croatia and SloveniaEdit
The race started as Tour of Croatia and Slovenia (Po Hrvatski in Sloveniji/Kroz Hrvatsku i Sloveniju) in 1937 in 1938. It was held also in 1940, but just on territory of Croatia.
|1937||August Prosenik||Stjepan Grgac||Franc Gartner|
|1938||Drago Davidović||Nikola Penčev||Zorko Mihelčič|
|1940||Nikola Penčev||Branko Debanić||Ivan Zaborski|