Winners of the Tour de France – The San Diego Union-Tribune

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2020 – Tadej Pogacar, Slovenia2019 – Egan Bernal, Colombie

2018 – Geraint Thomas, Great Britain

2017 – Chris Froome, Great Britain

2016 – Chris Froome, Great Britain

2015 – Chris Froome, Great Britain

2014 – Vincenzo Nibali, Italy

2013 – Chris Froome, Great Britain

2012 – Bradley Wiggins, Great Britain

2011 – Cadel Evans, Australie

2010 – x-Andy Schleck, Luxembourg

2009 – Alberto Contador, Spain

2008 – Carlos Sastre, Spain

2007 – Alberto Contador, Spain

2006 – y-Oscar Pereiro, Spain

2005 – z-Lance Armstrong, United States

2004 – z-Lance Armstrong, United States

2003 – z-Lance Armstrong, United States

2002 – z-Lance Armstrong, United States

2001 – z-Lance Armstrong, United States

2000 – z-Lance Armstrong, USA

1999 – z-Lance Armstrong, United States

1998 – Marco Pantani, Italy

1997 – Jan Ullrich, Germany

1996 – Bjarne Riis, Denmark

1995 – Miguel Indurain, Spain

1994 – Miguel Indurain, Spain

1993 – Miguel Indurain, Spain

1992 – Miguel Indurain, Spain

1991 – Miguel Indurain, Spain

1990 – Greg LeMond, United States

1989 – Greg LeMond, United States

1988 – Pedro Delgado, Spain

1987 – Stephen Roche, Ireland

1986 – Greg LeMond, United States

1985 – Bernard Hinault, France

1984 – Laurent Fignon, France

1983 – Laurent Fignon, France

1982 – Bernard Hinault, France

1981 – Bernard Hinault, France

1980 – Joop Zoetemelk, Pays-Bas

1979 – Bernard Hinault, France

1978 – Bernard Hinault, France

1977 – Bernard Thevenet, France

1976 – Lucien Van Impe, Belgium

1975 – Bernard Thevenet, France

1974 – Eddy Merckx, Belgium

1973 – Luis Ocana, Spain

1972 – Eddy Merckx, Belgium

1971 – Eddy Merckx, Belgium

1970 – Eddy Merckx, Belgium

1969 – Eddy Merckx, Belgium

1968 – Jan Jansen, Netherlands

1967 – Roger Pingeon, France

1966 – Lucian Almar, France

1965 – Felice Gimondi, Italy

1964 – Jacques Anquetil, France

1963 – Jacques Anquetil, France

1962 – Jacques Anquetil, France

1961 – Jacques Anquetil, France

1960 – Gastone Nencini, Italy

1959 – Federico Bahamontes, Spain

1958 – Charly Gaul, Luxembourg

1957 – Jacques Anquetil, France

1956 – Roger Walkowiak, France

1955 – Louison Bobet, France

1954 – Louison Bobet, France

1953 – Louison Bobet, France

1952 – Fausto Coppi, Italy

1951 – Hugo Koblet, Switzerland

1950 – Ferdinand Kubler, Suisse

1949 – Fausto Coppi, Italy

1948 – Gino Bartali, Italy

1947 – Jean Robic, France

1940-46 – Tour canceled, WWII

1939 – Sylvia Maes, Belgium

1938 – Gino Bartali, Italy

1937 – Roger Lapeble, France

1936 – Sylvia Maes, Belgium

1935 – Romain Maes, Belgium

1934 – Antonin Magne, France

1933 – Georges Speicher, France

1932 – André Leducq, France

1931 – Antonin Magne, France

1930 – André Leducq, France

1929 – Maurice Dewsele, Belgium

1928 – Nicholas Frantz, Luxembourg

1927 – Nicholas Frantz, Luxembourg

1926 – Lucian Bruysee, Belgium

1925 – Ottavio Bottecchia, Italy

1924 – Ottavio Bottecchia, Italy

1923 – Henri Pellissier, France

1922 – Firmin Lambot, Belgium

1921 – Leon Scieur, France

1920 – Phillipe Thys, Belgium

1919 – Firmin Lambot, Belgium

1915-18 – Canceled tour, First World War

1914 – Phillipe Thys, Belgium

1913 – Phillipe Thys, Belgium

1912 – Odile Defraye, Belgium

1911 – Gustave Farrigou, France

1910 – Octave Lapize, France

1909 – François Faber, Luxembourg

1908 – Lucien Petit-Breton, France

1907 – Lucien Petit-Breton, France

1906 – Rene Pottier, France

1905 – Louis Trousseller, France

1904 – Henri Cornet, France

1903 – Maurice Garin, France

Yellow jersey awarded x after Alberto Contador stripped of his title for testing positive for clenbuterol

yellow jersey awarded y after Floyd Landis stripped of his title for testing positive for synthetic testosterone

z-Armstrong stripped of all his titles after admitting doping

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