Wikipedia:WikiProject Cycling/Tour de France task force

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ScopeEdit

The Tour de France taskforce covers:

  • All Tour de France-related articles
  • Teams, riders and directeur sportifs that have participated in the race
  • Journalists and commentators that have covered the race

MembersEdit

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TasksEdit

  • Review importance and quality of existing articles according to the WikiProject Cycling assessment department suggestions
  • Identify articles for creation
  • Identify articles for improvement to GA and FA status as well as lists for FL status
  • Recruit interested Wikipedians using the invite template {{subst:Wikipedia:WikiProject Cycling/Tour de France task force/Invite}}.
  • Remove non-neutral statements from all articles, mostly in opposition or support of a rider.
  • Any articles that are within the scope of this project should be tagged with {{WikiProject Cycling|tdf=yes}}. This will automatically put the page in the appropriate categories. To set a different importance level use {{WikiProject Cycling|tdf=yes|tdf-imp=top/high/mid/low}}.

SourcesEdit

WebsitesEdit

Newspaper and magazine archivesEdit

BooksEdit

Books on the history and rules of the Tour

  • Augendre, Jacques (2016). Guide historique [Historical guide] (PDF). Tour de France (in French). Paris: Amaury Sport Organisation. Archived (PDF) from the original on 17 August 2016. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  • Bacon, Ellis (2014). Mapping Le Tour: Updated history and route map of every Tour de France race. Glasgow, UK: HarperCollins. ISBN 978-0-00-754399-1.
  • Cossins, Peter; Best, Isabel; Sidwells, Chris; Griffith, Clare (2013). Le Tour 100. The Definite History of the World's Greatest Race. London: Octopus Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84403-723-0.
  • Dauncey, Hugh; Hare, Geoff (2003). The Tour De France, 1903–2003: A Century of Sporting Structures, Meanings and Values. London: Frank Cass & Co. ISBN 978-0-203-50241-9.
  • Laget, Françoise; Laget, Serge; Cazaban, Philippe; Montgermont, Gilles (2013). Tour de France: Official 100th Race Anniversary Edition. London: Quercus. ISBN 978-1782064145.
  • Leonard, Max (2015). Lanterne Rouge: The Last Man in the Tour de France. New York: Pegasus Books. ISBN 978-1-60598-786-6.
  • Liggett, Phil; Raia, James; Lewis, Sammarye (2005). Tour de France for Dummies. Indianapolis: Wiley Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7645-8449-7. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  • McGann, Bill; McGann, Carol (2006). The Story of the Tour De France, Volume 1: 1903–1964. Indianapolis, IN: Dog Ear Publishing. ISBN 978-1-59858-180-5.
  • McGann, Bill; McGann, Carol (2008). The Story of the Tour De France, Volume 2: 1965–2007. Indianapolis, IN: Dog Ear Publishing. ISBN 978-1-59858-608-4.
  • Moore, Richard (2014). Étape: The Untold Stories of the Tour de France's Defining Stages. London: HarperSport. ISBN 978-0-00-750010-9. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  • Reed, Eric (2015). Selling the Yellow Jersey - The Tour de France in the Global Era. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ISBN 978-0-22620-653-0.
  • van den Akker, Pieter (2020). Tour de France rules and statistics: 1903–2020. Self-published. ISBN 979-8689654751.
  • Wheatcroft, Geoffrey (2013). Le Tour. A History of the Tour de France. London: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 978-1-4711-28943.
  • Woodland, Les (2007). Yellow Jersey Companion to the Tour de France. London: Yellow Jersey Press. ISBN 978-0-22406-318-0.

Books on specific editions of the race

Tour de France yearly articlesEdit

As of 28 May 2020

ProgressionEdit

QualityEdit

Status as of 28 May 2020
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908 C-Class article
1909 C-Class article
1910 C-Class article
1911 C-Class article
1912 B-Class article
1913 C-Class article
1914 C-Class article
1919 B-Class article
1920 C-Class article
1921 B-Class article
1922 B-Class article
1923 B-Class article
1924 C-Class article
1925 C-Class article
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1927 C-Class article
1928 C-Class article
1929 C-Class article
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1947 C-Class article
1948 C-Class article
1949 C-Class article
1950 B-Class article
1951 C-Class article
1952 C-Class article
1953 C-Class article
1954 C-Class article
1955 C-Class article
1956 C-Class article
1957 C-Class article
1958 C-Class article
1959 C-Class article
1960 C-Class article
1961 C-Class article
1962 Featured article
1963 C-Class article
1964 C-Class article
1965 C-Class article
1966 Start-Class article
1967 Start-Class article
1968 C-Class article
1969 C-Class article
1970 C-Class article
1971 C-Class article
1972 C-Class article
1973 C-Class article
1974 C-Class article
1975 C-Class article
1976 C-Class article
1977 C-Class article
1978 C-Class article
1979 C-Class article
1980 C-Class article
1981 Start-Class article
1982 C-Class article
1983 Start-Class article
1984 C-Class article
1985 Featured article
1986 C-Class article
1987 B-Class article
1988 C-Class article
1989 Featured article
1990
1991 C-Class article
1992 Start-Class article
1993 Start-Class article
1994 Start-Class article
1995 Start-Class article
1996 Start-Class article
1997 Start-Class article
1998
1999 Start-Class article
2000 Start-Class article
2001 Start-Class article
2002 Start-Class article
2003 Start-Class article
2004 B-Class article
2005 B-Class article
2006 B-Class article
2007 B-Class article
2008 B-Class article
2009 B-Class article
2010 B-Class article
2011
2012 Featured article
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019

StructureEdit

And a table that shows the structure in an article that is already present.

  • InfoBox: Every article should have an infobox that shows the main information.
  • Competitors: There should be something about the competitors. For this tabel, any information, nomatter how little, is enough.
  • Stage Table: Virtually all Tour articles have tables that show which stage was won by which cyclist, but they should be in the right format, and sourced.
  • Classification Leadership Table: The leaders of the important classifications should be mentioned per stage, at least for the classifications that awarded jerseys. Sourcing is difficult here, so not needed for now. In early Tours, there was only the general classification, so this information can then be included in the stage table.
  • Final Standings: Virtually all Tour articles show the final general classification, but they should show all important classifications, and be sourced. Important are at least the classifications that awarded a jersey, and at least the top three should be shown, but preferably the top ten, but this depends on the available sources.
  • Classification Explanation: There should be a small explanation of how the classifications shown in the final results are calculated, and how the leader was identified.
  • Doping: From the year 1966 on, when the first doping tests were performed, there should be a list of cyclists who failed doping tests during the Tour, and notable doping-related things should be mentioned. If there were no doping problems, this should be stated. Sources are obviously required.

Article alertsEdit

Good article nominees

Recognized contentEdit

Featured articles

Total pages in content type is 6

Featured lists

Total pages in content type is 9

Good articles

Total pages in content type is 26

Did you know? articles

Total pages in content type is 23

In the News articles

Total pages in content type is 22

Main page featured articles

Total pages in content type is 5

Main page featured lists

Total pages in content type is 4

Featured topics

Total pages in content type is 2


Popular pagesEdit

This is a list of pages in the scope of $1 along with their pageviews, including all redirects.

ListEdit

Period: 2021-04-01 to 2021-04-30

Total views: 1,294,809

Updated: 08:18, 8 May 2021 (UTC)

Rank Page title Views Daily average Assessment Importance
1 Lance Armstrong 115,641 3,854 B High
2 Tour de France 66,743 2,224 B Top
3 Mark Cavendish 31,153 1,038 GA High
4 Peter Sagan 20,000 666 B High
5 List of Tour de France general classification winners 19,864 662 FL Top
6 Primož Roglič 19,148 638 C High
7 Julian Alaphilippe 17,392 579 B High
8 Alejandro Valverde 16,582 552 B High
9 Eddy Merckx 16,427 547 GA High
10 Chris Froome 15,797 526 B High
11 Greg LeMond 13,492 449 GA High
12 Deceuninck–Quick-Step 13,128 437 Start High
13 Lance Armstrong doping case 12,742 424 C Unknown
14 Jan Ullrich 12,326 410 B Unknown
15 Floyd Landis 12,210 407 B Mid
16 Ineos Grenadiers 11,628 387 B High
17 Bradley Wiggins 11,471 382 GA High
18 2020 Tour de France 11,463 382 Start Mid
19 Marco Pantani 10,116 337 B Unknown
20 Miguel Induráin 9,120 304 C High
21 Alberto Contador 8,236 274 C High
22 Team Jumbo–Visma (men's team) 8,141 271 B High
23 Simon Yates (cyclist) 7,644 254 Start Unknown
24 Chris Horner 7,199 239 C Unknown
25 Philippe Gilbert 7,194 239 B Low
26 Fabian Cancellara 7,016 233 GA Mid
27 Greg Van Avermaet 6,691 223 B Low
28 Tom Boonen 6,677 222 C Low
29 Team BikeExchange (men's team) 6,445 214 Start High
30 Team DSM (men's team) 6,376 212 Start High
31 The Program (2015 film) 6,316 210 Start Low
32 Adam Yates (cyclist) 6,293 209 C Low
33 EF Education–Nippo 6,201 206 Start High
34 Grand Tour (cycling) 6,096 203 C Unknown
35 Magnus Bäckstedt 6,048 201 Start Unknown
36 Geraint Thomas 5,930 197 C Low
37 Michele Scarponi 5,870 195 B Unknown
38 Sean Kelly (cyclist) 5,850 195 B Unknown
39 UAE Team Emirates 5,575 185 Start High
40 2019 Tour de France 5,465 182 GA Mid
41 Tom Dumoulin 5,453 181 C Mid
42 Astana–Premier Tech 5,347 178 C High
43 Movistar Team (men's team) 5,345 178 Start High
44 Bernard Hinault 5,297 176 FA High
45 Daniel Lloyd (cyclist) 5,227 174 Stub Unknown
46 Nairo Quintana 5,201 173 B Mid
47 Bora–Hansgrohe 4,964 165 Start High
48 Vincenzo Nibali 4,785 159 B High
49 Johan Museeuw 4,602 153 Start Unknown
50 Andy Schleck 4,495 149 C Unknown

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