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Tour de l'Avenir - 2.5

France, September 5-14, 2002

2001 Results     Stage List     Start List     Past winners

The Stages

  • Stage 1 - September 5: Saint-Grégoire ITT, 9km
  • Stage 2 - September 6: Saint-Grégoire - Bonchamp-les-Laval, 193km
  • Stage 3 - September 7: Bonchamp-les-Laval - Montlouis-sur-Loire, 200km
  • Stage 4 - September 8: Montlouis-sur-Loire - Valençay, 147km
  • Stage 5 - September 9: Vatan - St-Amand-Montrond, 148km
  • Stage 6 - September 10: St-Amand-Montrond - Guéret, 147.5km
  • Stage 7 - September 11: Guéret - Superbesse, 180km
  • Stage 8 - September 12: Besse - La Chaise-Dieu, 144km
  • Stage 9 - September 13: Chomelix - Saint-Flour, 156km
  • Stage 10 - September 14: Saint-Flour - Saint-Flour, 138.5km

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Start list

Credit Agricole                        Euskaltel-Euskadi

1 Thor Hushovd (Nor)                   11 Gorka Gonzalez (Spa)
2 Yohann Charpenteau (Fra)             12 David Herrero (Spa)
3 Cédric Coutouly (Fra)                13 Inaki Isasi (Spa)
4 Pierrick Fedrigo (Fra)               14 Egoi Martinez (Spa)
5 Eric Leblacher (Fra)                 15 Aitor Silloniz (Spa)
6 Geoffroy Lequatre (Fra)              16 Josu Silloniz (Spa)

French National Team                   Mapei-Quick Step

21 Maryan Hary (Fra)                   31 Filippo Pozzato (Ita)
22 Eric Berthou (Fra)                  32 Gianpaolo Cheula (Ita)
23 Jérome Bouchet (Fra)                33 Bernhard Eisel (Aut)
24 Mickael Buffaz (Fra)                34 Graziano Gasparre (Ita)
25 Hervé Duclos-Lassalle (Fra)         35 Evgeni Petrov (Rus)
26 Christophe Kern (Fra)               36 Patrik Sinkewitz (Ger)

Norwegian National Team                FDJeux.com

41 Morten Hegreberg (Nor)              51 Nicolas Fritsch (Fra)
42 Lars Breiseth (Nor)                 52 Freddy Bichot (Fra)
43 Jostein Hole (Nor)                  53 Jimmy Casper (Fra)
44 Mads Kaggestad (Nor)                54 Régis Lhuillier (Fra)
45 Per Martin Lund (Nor)               55 Bradley Wiggins (GBr)
46 Martin Vestby (Nor)                 56 Matthew Wilson (Aus)

ONCE-Eroski                            Russian National Team

61 Joaquim Rodriguez (Spa)             71 Andrei Karpatchev (Rus)
62 David Arroyo (Spa)                  72 Vladislav Borisov (Rus)
63 Gorka Beloki (Spa)                  73 Maxim Karpatchev (Rus)
64 Giampaolo Caruso (Ita)              74 Andrei Pchelkine (Rus)
65 Xavier Florencio (Spa)              75 Sergei Polukhin (Rus)
66 Jonathan Gonzalez Rios (Spa)        76 Yvan Terenine (Rus)

Bonjour                                Kelme-Costa Blanca

81 Fabrice Salanson (Fra)              91 Alexis Rodriguez (Spa)
82 Anthony Charteau (Fra)              92 Ignacio Gutierrez (Spa)
83 Jimmy Engoulvent (Fra)              93 José Cayetano Julia Cegarra (Spa)
84 Anthony Geslin (Fra)                94 Roberto Lozano (Spa)
85 Sébastien Joly (Fra)                95 David Munoz (Spa)
86 Thomas Voeckler (Fra)               96 Jordi Riera (Spa)

Rabobank                               Jean Delatour

101 Pieter Weening (Ned)               111 Christophe Edaleine (Fra)
102 Kevin De Weert (Bel)               112 Samuel Dumoulin (Fra)
103 Hans Dekkers (Ned)                 113 Frédéric Finot (Fra)
104 Theo Eltink (Ned)                  114 Yuriy Krivtsov (Ukr)
105 Joost Posthuma (Ned)               115 Christophe Laurent (Fra)
106 Laurens Ten Dam (Ned)              116 Lenaïc Olivier (Fra)

Phonak Hearing Systems                 Bigmat.Auber 93

121 Iker Camano (Spa)                  131 Yannick Talabardon (Fra)
122 David Derepas (Fra)                132 Camille Bouquet (Fra)
123 Martin Elmiger (Swi)               133 Niels Brouzes (Fra)
124 Stefan Kupfernagel (Ger)           134 Benjamin Levecot (Fra)
125 Michael Reihs (Den)                135 Nicolas Liboreau (Fra)
126 Alexandre Usov (Blr)               136 Nicolas Meunier (Fra)

Vlaanderen-T Interim                   Czech Republic National Team

141 Jurgen Van De Walle (Bel)          151 Pavel Zerzan (Cze)
142 Stijn Devolder (Bel)               152 Radek Becka (Cze)
143 Jan Kuyckx (Bel)                   153 Ladislav Fabisovsky (Cze)
144 Nico Sijmens (Bel)                 154 Martin Hebik (Cze)
145 Wim Van Huffel (Bel)               155 Pavel Linet (Cze)
146 James Vanlandshoot (Bel)           156 Martin Mares (Cze)

Saint-Quentin Oktos                    Landbouwkrediet-Colnago

161 Eddy Lembo (Fra)                   171 Yaroslav Popovych (Ukr)
162 Vincent Bader (Swi)                172 Santo Anza (Ita)
163 Philippe Koehler (Fra)             173 Volodymyr Bileka (Ukr)
164 Nicolas Meret (Fra)                174 Erik Lievens (Bel)
165 John Nilson (Swe)                  175 Salvatore Scamardella (Ita)
166 Roman Peter (Swi)                  176 Mikhail Timochine (Rus)

Perutnina Ptuj-Krka Telekom            Marlux-Ville de Charleroi

181 Manuele Mori (Ita)                 191 Mauricio Ardila (Col)
182 Matjaz Batic (Slo)                 192 Andy Cappelle (Bel)
183 Jure Golcer (Slo)                  193 Johan Coenen (Bel)
184 Miran Kelner (Slo)                 194 Johan Dekkers (Bel)
185 Tomaz Nose (Slo)                   195 Kristoffer Ingeby (Swe)
186 Radoslav Rogina (Cro)              196 Christian Poos (Lux)

Past winners

Year   Winner                        Best Team              Distance    Stages
 
Tour de l'Avenir
 
2001   Denis Menchov (Rus)           iBanesto.com            1559.5 km    10
2000   Iker Flores (Spa)             Euskaltel-Euskadi       1562 km      10
1999   Unai Osa (Spa)
1998   Christophe Rinero (Fra)	     Casino                  1471 km      12
1997   Roux (Fra)                    TVM                     1344 km       9
1996   Etxebarria (Spa)              ONCE                    1858 km      11
1995   Magnien (Fra)                 Castorama               1614 km      11
1994   Casero (Spa)                  Banesto                 1591 km      11
1993   Davy (Fra)                    Castorama               1543 km      12
1992   Garel (Fra)                   RMO                     1528 km      12
 
Tour of the European Community
 
1990   Bruyneel (Bel)                Toshiba                 1370 km      10
1989   Lino (Fra)                    RMO                     1440 km       9
1988   Fignon (Fra)                  France                  1846 km      12
1987   Madiot (Fra)                  France                  1719 km      12
1986   Indurain (Spa)                System U                1712 km      14
 
Grand Prix de l'Avenir (Paris-Vierzon-Thiers)
 
1985   Ramirez (Col)                 Cafe de Colombia        1612 km      13
1984   Mottet (Fra)                  Renault                 1620 km      12
1983   Ludwig (DDR)                  East Germany            1959 km      15
1982   Lemond (USA)                  East Germany            1382 km      11
1981   Simon (Fra)                   USSR                    1514 km      14
1980   Florez (Col)                  USSR                    1629 km      12
1979   Soukhoroutchenkov (Rus)       USSR                    1643 km      12
1978   Soukhoroutchenkov (Rus)       USSR                    1577 km      12
1977   Schepers (Bel)                Belgium                 1597 km      12
1976   Nilsson (Swe)                 Spain                   1017 km       9
1974   Martinez (Spa)                Poland                  1296 km      11
1973   Baronchelli (Ita)             Switzerland             1480 km      11
1972   Den Hertog (Ned)              Netherlands             1618 km      13
1971   Ovion (Fra)                   France                  1638 km      11
1970   Duchemin (Fra)                France                   779 km       4
 
Tour de l'Avenir
 
1969   Zoetemelk (Ned)               Netherlands             1846 km      10
1968   Boulard (Fra)                 France                  1567 km      12
1967   Robini (Fra)                  France                  1560 km      10
1966   Denti (Ita)                   Italy                   1955 km      12
1965   Diaz (Spa)                    Spain                   2167 km      12
1964   Gimondi (Ita)                 Spain                   2021 km      13
1963   Zimmermann (Fra)              Spain                   2060 km      14
1962   Gomez Del Moral (Spa)         Netherlands             2120 km      14
1961   De Rosso (Ita)                Spain                   2209 km      14
 
Past winners by Mario Stiehl, www.world-of-cycling.com