Vuelta 2018: The youngest podium in a GT since 1965

Vuelta a España 2018 podium composed by Simon Yates, Enric Mas and Miguel Ángel López is the youngest one in a Grand Tour since 1965, being the 21st (out of 278 GT’s) in all history, and the youngest one in a Vuelta since 1936, that is, since 2nd edition. These three riders have an average age of 24,8 years old. The youngest GT podium in all history was in Tour de France 1904 with an average age of 22.4.

The oldest GT podium was in 2013 Vuelta España as Chris Horner (almost 42 years old) won it. He was accompanied by Vincenzo Nibali and Alejandro Valverde averaging 34.7 years old.

Vuelta 2018 podium with Simon Yates (26), Enric Mas (23) and Miguel Ángel López (24)

Age of the riders of all history Grand Tour podiums sorted by total average age (from youngest to oldest).

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1 – 1904 Tour: Henri Cornet (20), Jean-Baptiste Dortignacq (20.2) and Aloïs Catteau (27) / Agg.: 67.2 / Avg.: 22.4

2 – 1930 Giro: Luigi Marchisio (21.1), Luigi Giacobbe (23.4) and Allegro Grandi (23.4) / Agg.: 68 / Avg.: 22.7

3 – 1909 Tour: François Faber (22.5), Gustave Garrigou (24.9) and Jean Alavoine (21.3) / Agg.: 68.7 / Avg.: 22.9

4 – 1931 Giro: Francesco Camusso (23.2), Luigi Giacobbe (24.4) and Luigi Marchisio (22.1) / Agg.: 69.8 / Avg.: 23.3

5 – 1908 Tour: Lucien Petit-Breton (25.8), François Faber (21.6) and Georges Passerieu (22.7) / Agg.: 70.1 / Avg.: 23.4

6 – 1937 Giro: Gino Bartali (22.9), Giovanni Valetti (23.7) and Enrico Mollo (23.9) / Agg.: 70.4 / Avg.: 23.5

7 – 1936 Vuelta: Gustaaf Deloor (23), Alfons Deloor (26) and Antonio Bertola (22.4) / Agg.: 71.3 / Avg.: 23.8

8 – 1936 Giro: Gino Bartali (21.9), Giuseppe Olmo (24.6) and Severino Canavesi (25.4) / Agg.: 71.8 / Avg.: 23.9

9 – 1932 Giro: Antonio Pesenti (24.1), Jef Demuysere (24.9) and Remo Bertoni (23) / Agg.: 71.9 / Avg.: 24

10 – 1910 Tour: Octave Lapize (22.8), François Faber (23.5) and Gustave Garrigou (25.9) / Agg.: 72.2 / Avg.: 24.1

11 – 1957 Tour: Jacques Anquetil (23.5), Marcel Janssens (25.6) and Adolf Christian (23.1) / Agg.: 72.3 / Avg.: 24.1

12 – 1906 Tour: René Pottier (27.2), Georges Passerieu (20.7) and Louis Trousselier (25.1) / Agg.: 73 / Avg.: 24.3

13 – 1963 Giro: Franco Balmamion (23.4), Vittorio Adorni (25.6) and Giorgio Zancanaro (24.1) / Agg.: 73.1 / Avg.: 24.4

14 – 1903 Tour: Maurice Garin (32.4), Lucien Pothier (20.5) and Fernand Augereau (20.7) / Agg.: 73.6 / Avg.: 24.5

15 – 1907 Tour: Lucien Petit-Breton (24.8), Gustave Garrigou (22.9) and Emile Georget (25.9) / Agg.: 73.6 / Avg.: 24.5

16 – 1940 Giro: Fausto Coppi (20.7), Enrico Mollo (26.9) and Giordano Cottur (26.1) / Agg.: 73.7 / Avg.: 24.6

17 – 1935 Giro: Vasco Bergamaschi (25.7), Giuseppe Martano (24.7) and Giuseppe Olmo (23.6) / Agg.: 74 / Avg.: 24.7

18 – 1965 Giro: Vittorio Adorni (27.6), Italo Zilioli (23.7) and Felice Gimondi (22.7) / Agg.: 74 / Avg.: 24.7

19 – 1905 Tour: Louis Trousselier (24.1), Hippolyte Aucouturier (28.8) and Jean-Baptiste Dortignacq (21.3) / Agg.: 74.2 / Avg.: 24.7

20 – 1965 Tour: Felice Gimondi (22.8), Raymond Poulidor (29.3) and Gianni Motta (22.4) / Agg.: 74.4 / Avg.: 24.8

21 – 2018 Vuelta: Simon Yates (26.1), Enric Mas (23.7) and Miguel Ángel López (24.6) / Agg.: 74.5 / Avg.: 24.8

22 – 1931 Tour: Antonin Magne (27.5), Jef Demuysere (24) and Antonio Pesenti (23.2) / Agg.: 74.8 / Avg.: 24.9

23 – 1969 Vuelta: Roger Pingeon (28.7), Luis Ocaña (23.9) and Marinus Wagtmans (22.4) / Agg.: 75 / Avg.: 25

24 – 1959 Giro: Charly Gaul (26.5), Jacques Anquetil (25.4) and Diego Ronchini (23.5) / Agg.: 75.4 / Avg.: 25.1

25 – 1971 Tour: Eddy Merckx (26.1), Joop Zoetemelk (24.6) and Lucien van Impe (24.8) / Agg.: 75.5 / Avg.: 25.2

26 – 2014 Giro: Nairo Quintana (24.3), Rigoberto Urán (27.4) and Fabio Aru (23.9) / Agg.: 75.6 / Avg.: 25.2

27 – 1935 Vuelta: Gustaaf Deloor (21.9), Mariano Cañardo (29.3) and Antoine Dignef (24.6) / Agg.: 75.8 / Avg.: 25.3

28 – 1979 Giro: Giuseppe Saronni (21.7), Francesco Moser (28) and Bernt Johansson (26.2) / Agg.: 75.9 / Avg.: 25.3

29 – 1983 Tour: Laurent Fignon (23), Ángel Arroyo (27) and Peter Winnen (25.9) / Agg.: 75.9 / Avg.: 25.3

30 – 1914 Giro: Alfonso Calzolari (27.1), Pierino Albini (28.5) and Luigi Lucotti (20.5) / Agg.: 76.1 / Avg.: 25.4

31 – 1977 Giro: Michel Pollentier (26.3), Francesco Moser (26) and Gianbattista Baronchelli (23.8) / Agg.: 76.1 / Avg.: 25.4

32 – 1937 Tour: Roger Lapébie (26.5), Mario Vicini (24.4) and Leo Amberg (25.4) / Agg.: 76.3 / Avg.: 25.4

33 – 1913 Giro: Carlo Oriani (24.6), Eberardo Pavesi (29.6) and Giuseppe Azzini (22.2) / Agg.: 76.4 / Avg.: 25.5

34 – 1913 Tour: Philippe Thys (23.8), Gustave Garrigou (28.9) and Marcel Buysse (23.7) / Agg.: 76.4 / Avg.: 25.5

35 – 1959 Vuelta: Antonio Suárez (27), José Segú (24.2) and Rik Van Looy (25.4) / Agg.: 76.6 / Avg.: 25.5

36 – 1961 Vuelta: Angelino Soler (21.5), François Mahé (30.7) and José Pérez-Francés (24.4) / Agg.: 76.6 / Avg.: 25.5

37 – 1929 Giro: Alfredo Binda (26.8), Domenico Piemontesi (26.4) and Leonida Frascarelli (23.3) / Agg.: 76.6 / Avg.: 25.5

38 – 1914 Tour: Philippe Thys (24.8), Henri Pélissier (25.5) and Jean Alavoine (26.3) / Agg.: 76.6 / Avg.: 25.5

39 – 1967 Vuelta: Jan Janssen (27), Jean Pierre Ducasse (22.8) and Aurelio González Puente (26.8) / Agg.: 76.7 / Avg.: 25.6

40 – 1985 Vuelta: Pedro Delgado (25.1), Robert Millar (26.7) and Pacho Rodríguez (25) / Agg.: 76.7 / Avg.: 25.6

41 – 1984 Tour: Laurent Fignon (24), Bernard Hinault (29.7) and Greg LeMond (23.1) / Agg.: 76.8 / Avg.: 25.6

42 – 1939 Giro: Giovanni Valetti (25.7), Gino Bartali (24.8) and Mario Vicini (26.3) / Agg.: 76.8 / Avg.: 25.6

43 – 1948 Vuelta: Bernardo Ruiz (23.5), Emilio Rodríguez Barros (24.6) and Bernardo Capó (28.7) / Agg.: 76.8 / Avg.: 25.6

44 – 1964 Giro: Jacques Anquetil (30.4), Italo Zilioli (22.7) and Guido De Rosso (23.7) / Agg.: 76.9 / Avg.: 25.6

45 – 1938 Giro: Giovanni Valetti (24.7), Ezio Cecchi (25.1) and Severino Canavesi (27.4) / Agg.: 77.1 / Avg.: 25.7

46 – 1932 Tour: André Leducq (28.4), Kurt Stöpel (24.4) and Francesco Camusso (24.4) / Agg.: 77.3 / Avg.: 25.8

47 – 1970 Vuelta: Luis Ocaña (24.9), Agustín Tamames (25.6) and Herman Van Springel (26.8) / Agg.: 77.3 / Avg.: 25.8

48 – 1999 Vuelta: Jan Ullrich (25.8), Igor González de Galdeano (25.9) and Roberto Heras (25.7) / Agg.: 77.4 / Avg.: 25.8

49 – 1950 Vuelta: Emilio Rodríguez Barros (26.8), Manuel Rodríguez Barros (24.1) and José Serra Gil (26.7) / Agg.: 77.6 / Avg.: 25.9

50 – 1978 Vuelta: Bernard Hinault (23.5), José Pesarrodona (32.3) and Jean-René Bernaudeau (21.9) / Agg.: 77.7 / Avg.: 25.9

51 – 1955 Vuelta: Jean Dotto (27.1), Antonio Jiménez Quiles (20.8) and Raphaël Géminiani (29.9) / Agg.: 77.9 / Avg.: 26

52 – 1934 Tour: Antonin Magne (30.6), Giuseppe Martano (23.8) and Roger Lapébie (23.5) / Agg.: 77.9 / Avg.: 26

53 – 1984 Vuelta: Éric Caritoux (23.7), Alberto Fernández Blanco (29.3) and Reimund Dietzen (25) / Agg.: 78 / Avg.: 26

54 – 1962 Giro: Franco Balmamion (22.4), Imerio Massignan (25.4) and Nino Defilippis (30.2) / Agg.: 78.1 / Avg.: 26

55 – 1955 Tour: Louison Bobet (30.4), Jean Brankart (25.1) and Charly Gaul (22.7) / Agg.: 78.1 / Avg.: 26

56 – 1980 Vuelta: Faustino Rupérez (23.8), Pedro Torres Cruces (31.1) and Claude Criquielion (23.3) / Agg.: 78.2 / Avg.: 26.1

57 – 1938 Tour: Gino Bartali (24.1), Félicien Vervaecke (31.4) and Victor Cosson (22.8) / Agg.: 78.3 / Avg.: 26.1

58 – 1994 Giro: Yevgueni Berzin (24), Marco Pantani (24.4) and Miguel Induráin (29.9) / Agg.: 78.4 / Avg.: 26.1

59 – 1953 Tour: Louison Bobet (28.4), Jean Malléjac (24) and Giancarlo Astrua (26) / Agg.: 78.4 / Avg.: 26.1

60 – 1970 Tour: Eddy Merckx (25.1), Joop Zoetemelk (23.6) and Gösta Pettersson (29.7) / Agg.: 78.4 / Avg.: 26.1

61 – 1962 Vuelta: Rudi Altig (25.2), José Pérez-Francés (25.4) and Seamus Elliott (28) / Agg.: 78.5 / Avg.: 26.2

62 – 1972 Vuelta: José Manuel Fuente (26.6), Miguel Mari Lasa (24.6) and Agustín Tamames (27.6) / Agg.: 78.8 / Avg.: 26.3

63 – 1909 Giro: Luigi Ganna (25.5), Carlo Galetti (26.8) and Giovanni Rossignoli (26.5) / Agg.: 78.8 / Avg.: 26.3

64 – 1958 Giro: Ercole Baldini (25.4), Jean Brankart (27.9) and Charly Gaul (25.5) / Agg.: 78.8 / Avg.: 26.3

65 – 1972 Giro: Eddy Merckx (27), José Manuel Fuente (26.7) and Francisco Galdós (25.1) / Agg.: 78.8 / Avg.: 26.3

66 – 1982 Giro: Bernard Hinault (27.6), Tommy Prim (26.9) and Silvano Contini (24.4) / Agg.: 78.8 / Avg.: 26.3

67 – 1997 Tour: Jan Ullrich (23.7), Richard Virenque (27.7) and Marco Pantani (27.6) / Agg.: 78.9 / Avg.: 26.3

68 – 1988 Giro: Andrew Hampsten (26.2), Erik Breukink (24.2) and Urs Zimmermann (28.6) / Agg.: 79 / Avg.: 26.3

69 – 1981 Vuelta: Giovanni Battaglin (29.8), Pedro Muñoz Machín (22.5) and Vicente Belda (26.7) / Agg.: 79 / Avg.: 26.3

70 – 2003 Vuelta: Roberto Heras (29.7), Isidro Nozal (26) and Alejandro Valverde (23.4) / Agg.: 79.1 / Avg.: 26.4

71 – 1968 Giro: Eddy Merckx (23), Vittorio Adorni (30.6) and Felice Gimondi (25.7) / Agg.: 79.3 / Avg.: 26.4

72 – 1987 Giro: Stephen Roche (27.5), Robert Millar (28.7) and Erik Breukink (23.2) / Agg.: 79.4 / Avg.: 26.5

73 – 1981 Giro: Giovanni Battaglin (29.9), Tommy Prim (25.9) and Giuseppe Saronni (23.7) / Agg.: 79.5 / Avg.: 26.5

74 – 1912 Tour: Odile Defraye (24.1), Eugène Christophe (27.5) and Gustave Garrigou (27.9) / Agg.: 79.5 / Avg.: 26.5

75 – 1933 Tour: Georges Speicher (26.1), Learco Guerra (30.8) and Giuseppe Martano (22.8) / Agg.: 79.7 / Avg.: 26.6

76 – 1998 Tour: Marco Pantani (28.6), Jan Ullrich (24.7) and Bobby Julich (26.7) / Agg.: 80 / Avg.: 26.7

77 – 2009 Tour: Alberto Contador (26.7), Andy Schleck (24.1) and Bradley Wiggins (29.3) / Agg.: 80.1 / Avg.: 26.7

78 – 1987 Tour: Stephen Roche (27.7), Pedro Delgado (27.3) and Jean-François Bernard (25.2) / Agg.: 80.2 / Avg.: 26.7

79 – 1984 Giro: Francesco Moser (33), Laurent Fignon (23.8) and Moreno Argentin (23.5) / Agg.: 80.3 / Avg.: 26.8

80 – 1939 Tour: Sylvère Maes (29.9), René Vietto (25.5) and Lucien Vlaemynck (25) / Agg.: 80.4 / Avg.: 26.8

81 – 1966 Giro: Gianni Motta (23.3), Italo Zilioli (24.7) and Jacques Anquetil (32.4) / Agg.: 80.4 / Avg.: 26.8

82 – 1985 Tour: Bernard Hinault (30.7), Greg LeMond (24.1) and Stephen Roche (25.7) / Agg.: 80.5 / Avg.: 26.8

83 – 1960 Vuelta: Franz De Mulder (22.4), Armand Desmet (29.3) and Miguel Pacheco (28.7) / Agg.: 80.5 / Avg.: 26.8

84 – 1973 Giro: Eddy Merckx (28), Felice Gimondi (30.7) and Giovanni Battaglin (21.9) / Agg.: 80.6 / Avg.: 26.9

85 – 1947 Tour: Jean Robic (26.1), Edouard Fachleitner (26.4) and Pierre Brambilla (28.2) / Agg.: 80.8 / Avg.: 26.9

86 – 1930 Tour: André Leducq (26.4), Learco Guerra (27.8) and Antonin Magne (26.5) / Agg.: 80.8 / Avg.: 26.9

87 – 1987 Vuelta: Lucho Herrera (26), Reimund Dietzen (28) and Laurent Fignon (26.8) / Agg.: 80.8 / Avg.: 26.9

88 – 1961 Tour: Jacques Anquetil (27.5), Guido Carlesi (24.7) and Charly Gaul (28.6) / Agg.: 80.9 / Avg.: 27

89 – 1910 Giro: Carlo Galetti (27.8), Eberardo Pavesi (26.6) and Luigi Ganna (26.5) / Agg.: 80.9 / Avg.: 27

90 – 1927 Giro: Alfredo Binda (24.8), Giovanni Brunero (31.7) and Antonio Negrini (24.4) / Agg.: 80.9 / Avg.: 27

91 – 1969 Giro: Felice Gimondi (26.7), Claudio Michelotto (26.6) and Italo Zilioli (27.7) / Agg.: 81.1 / Avg.: 27

92 – 1951 Tour: Hugo Koblet (26.4), Raphaël Géminiani (26.1) and Lucien Lazarides (28.6) / Agg.: 81.1 / Avg.: 27

93 – 1989 Giro: Laurent Fignon (28.8), Flavio Giupponi (25.1) and Andrew Hampsten (27.2) / Agg.: 81.2 / Avg.: 27.1

94 – 1973 Vuelta: Eddy Merckx (27.9), Luis Ocaña (27.9) and Bernard Thévenet (25.4) / Agg.: 81.2 / Avg.: 27.1

95 – 1935 Tour: Romain Maes (23), Ambrogio Morelli (29.9) and Félicien Vervaecke (28.4) / Agg.: 81.3 / Avg.: 27.1

96 – 1974 Giro: Eddy Merckx (29), Gianbattista Baronchelli (20.8) and Felice Gimondi (31.7) / Agg.: 81.5 / Avg.: 27.2

97 – 1973 Tour: Luis Ocaña (28.1), Bernard Thévenet (25.5) and José Manuel Fuente (27.8) / Agg.: 81.5 / Avg.: 27.2

98 – 1926 Giro: Giovanni Brunero (30.7), Alfredo Binda (23.8) and Arturo Bresciani (27) / Agg.: 81.5 / Avg.: 27.2

99 – 1996 Tour: Bjarne Riis (32.3), Jan Ullrich (22.6) and Richard Virenque (26.7) / Agg.: 81.7 / Avg.: 27.2

100 – 1966 Tour: Lucien Aimar (25.2), Jan Janssen (26.2) and Raymond Poulidor (30.3) / Agg.: 81.7 / Avg.: 27.2

101 – 1978 Giro: Johan De Muynck (30), Gianbattista Baronchelli (24.7) and Francesco Moser (27) / Agg.: 81.7 / Avg.: 27.2

102 – 2001 Vuelta: Ángel Casero (29), Óscar Sevilla (24.9) and Levi Leipheimer (28) / Agg.: 81.8 / Avg.: 27.3

103 – 1970 Giro: Eddy Merckx (25), Felice Gimondi (27.7) and Martin Van Den Bossche (29.3) / Agg.: 82 / Avg.: 27.3

104 – 1990 Giro: Gianni Bugno (26.3), Charly Mottet (27.5) and Marco Giovannetti (28.2) / Agg.: 82 / Avg.: 27.3

105 – 1968 Tour: Jan Janssen (28.2), Herman Van Springel (25) and Ferdinand Bracke (29.2) / Agg.: 82.3 / Avg.: 27.4

106 – 1956 Tour: Roger Walkowiak (29.3), Gilbert Bauvin (28.9) and Jan Adriaensens (24.1) / Agg.: 82.3 / Avg.: 27.4

107 – 1961 Giro: Arnaldo Pambianco (25.8), Jacques Anquetil (27.4) and Antonio Suárez (29.1) / Agg.: 82.4 / Avg.: 27.5

108 – 1996 Giro: Pável Tonkov (27.3), Enrico Zaina (28.7) and Abraham Olano (26.4) / Agg.: 82.5 / Avg.: 27.5

109 – 2000 Tour: Lance Armstrong (28.9), Jan Ullrich (26.7) and Joseba Beloki (27) / Agg.: 82.5 / Avg.: 27.5

110 – 1941 Vuelta: Julián Berrendero (29.3), Fermín Trueba (26.9) and José Jabardo (26.4) / Agg.: 82.6 / Avg.: 27.5

111 – 1919 Giro: Costante Girardengo (26.2), Gaetano Belloni (26.8) and Marcel Buysse (29.6) / Agg.: 82.6 / Avg.: 27.5

112 – 1959 Tour: Federico Martín Bahamontes (31), Henri Anglade (26) and Jacques Anquetil (25.5) / Agg.: 82.6 / Avg.: 27.5

113 – 1960 Tour: Gastone Nencini (30.4), Graziano Battistini (24.2) and Jan Adriaensens (28.1) / Agg.: 82.7 / Avg.: 27.6

114 – 1934 Giro: Learco Guerra (31.7), Francesco Camusso (26.3) and Giovanni Cazzulani (24.9) / Agg.: 82.8 / Avg.: 27.6

115 – 1983 Vuelta: Bernard Hinault (28.5), Marino Lejarreta (26) and Alberto Fernández Blanco (28.3) / Agg.: 82.8 / Avg.: 27.6

116 – 1990 Tour: Greg LeMond (29.1), Claudio Chiappucci (27.4) and Erik Breukink (26.3) / Agg.: 82.8 / Avg.: 27.6

117 – 1977 Vuelta: Freddy Maertens (25.3), Miguel Mari Lasa (29.6) and Klaus-Peter Thaler (28) / Agg.: 82.8 / Avg.: 27.6

118 – 2015 Giro: Alberto Contador (32.5), Fabio Aru (24.9) and Mikel Landa (25.5) / Agg.: 82.9 / Avg.: 27.6

119 – 1991 Tour: Miguel Induráin (27), Gianni Bugno (27.5) and Claudio Chiappucci (28.4) / Agg.: 82.9 / Avg.: 27.6

120 – 1954 Giro: Carlo Clerici (24.8), Hugo Koblet (29.2) and Nino Assirelli (28.9) / Agg.: 83 / Avg.: 27.7

121 – 1962 Tour: Jacques Anquetil (28.5), Jef Planckaert (28.2) and Raymond Poulidor (26.3) / Agg.: 83 / Avg.: 27.7

122 – 1971 Vuelta: Ferdinand Bracke (32), Wilfried David (25.1) and Luis Ocaña (26) / Agg.: 83 / Avg.: 27.7

123 – 1929 Tour: Maurice De Waele (32.6), Giuseppe Pancera (28.6) and Jef Demuysere (22) / Agg.: 83.2 / Avg.: 27.7

124 – 1911 Giro: Carlo Galetti (28.8), Giovanni Rossignoli (28.5) and Giovanni Gerbi (26.1) / Agg.: 83.4 / Avg.: 27.8

125 – 2016 Tour: Chris Froome (31.2), Romain Bardet (25.7) and Nairo Quintana (26.5) / Agg.: 83.4 / Avg.: 27.8

126 – 1958 Vuelta: Jean Stablinski (26), Pasquale Fornara (33.2) and Fernando Manzaneque (24.3) / Agg.: 83.4 / Avg.: 27.8

127 – 1986 Tour: Greg LeMond (25.1), Bernard Hinault (31.7) and Urs Zimmermann (26.7) / Agg.: 83.5 / Avg.: 27.8

128 – 1995 Vuelta: Laurent Jalabert (26.8), Abraham Olano (25.7) and Johan Bruyneel (31.1) / Agg.: 83.6 / Avg.: 27.9

129 – 1991 Giro: Franco Chioccioli (31.8), Claudio Chiappucci (28.3) and Massimiliano Lelli (23.6) / Agg.: 83.7 / Avg.: 27.9

130 – 1989 Vuelta: Pedro Delgado (29.1), Fabio Parra (29.5) and Óscar de Jesús Vargas (25.2) / Agg.: 83.8 / Avg.: 27.9

131 – 1946 Giro: Gino Bartali (32), Fausto Coppi (26.8) and Vito Ortelli (25) / Agg.: 83.8 / Avg.: 27.9

132 – 1997 Giro: Ivan Gotti (28.2), Pável Tonkov (28.3) and Giuseppe Guerini (27.3) / Agg.: 83.9 / Avg.: 28

133 – 1922 Giro: Giovanni Brunero (26.7), Bartolomeo Aymo (32.7) and Giuseppe Enrici (24.5) / Agg.: 83.9 / Avg.: 28

134 – 1957 Giro: Gastone Nencini (27.3), Louison Bobet (32.3) and Ercole Baldini (24.4) / Agg.: 83.9 / Avg.: 28

135 – 1911 Tour: Gustave Garrigou (26.9), Paul Duboc (27.3) and Emile Georget (29.9) / Agg.: 84.1 / Avg.: 28

136 – 1999 Giro: Ivan Gotti (30.2), Paolo Savoldelli (26.1) and Gilberto Simoni (27.8) / Agg.: 84.1 / Avg.: 28

137 – 1960 Giro: Jacques Anquetil (26.4), Gastone Nencini (30.3) and Charly Gaul (27.5) / Agg.: 84.3 / Avg.: 28.1

138 – 2008 Giro: Alberto Contador (25.5), Riccardo Riccò (24.8) and Marzio Bruseghin (34) / Agg.: 84.3 / Avg.: 28.1

139 – 1958 Tour: Charly Gaul (25.6), Vito Favero (25.8) and Raphaël Géminiani (33.1) / Agg.: 84.5 / Avg.: 28.2

140 – 2016 Vuelta: Nairo Quintana (26.6), Chris Froome (31.3) and Esteban Chaves (26.7) / Agg.: 84.6 / Avg.: 28.2

141 – 1928 Tour: Nicolas Frantz (28.7), André Leducq (24.4) and Maurice De Waele (31.6) / Agg.: 84.7 / Avg.: 28.2

142 – 1924 Giro: Giuseppe Enrici (26.4), Federico Gay (27.9) and Angiolo Gabrielli (30.4) / Agg.: 84.7 / Avg.: 28.2

143 – 1925 Giro: Alfredo Binda (22.8), Costante Girardengo (32.2) and Giovanni Brunero (29.7) / Agg.: 84.7 / Avg.: 28.2

144 – 2018 Giro: Chris Froome (33), Tom Dumoulin (27.6) and Miguel Ángel López (24.3) / Agg.: 84.9 / Avg.: 28.3

145 – 1988 Tour: Pedro Delgado (28.3), Steven Rooks (28) and Fabio Parra (28.7) / Agg.: 85 / Avg.: 28.3

146 – 1966 Vuelta: Patxi Gabica (28.4), Eusebio Vélez (31.2) and Carlos Echeverría (25.5) / Agg.: 85.1 / Avg.: 28.4

147 – 2003 Giro: Gilberto Simoni (31.8), Stefano Garzelli (29.9) and Yaroslav Popovych (23.4) / Agg.: 85.1 / Avg.: 28.4

148 – 2010 Tour: Andy Schleck (25.1), Samuel Sánchez (32.5) and Jurgen van den Broeck (27.5) / Agg.: 85.1 / Avg.: 28.4

149 – 2002 Vuelta: Aitor González (27.6), Roberto Heras (28.7) and Joseba Beloki (29.2) / Agg.: 85.4 / Avg.: 28.5

150 – 2000 Giro: Stefano Garzelli (26.9), Francesco Casagrande (29.7) and Gilberto Simoni (28.8) / Agg.: 85.4 / Avg.: 28.5

151 – 2001 Tour: Lance Armstrong (29.9), Jan Ullrich (27.7) and Joseba Beloki (28) / Agg.: 85.5 / Avg.: 28.5

152 – 1967 Giro: Felice Gimondi (24.7), Franco Balmamion (27.4) and Jacques Anquetil (33.4) / Agg.: 85.6 / Avg.: 28.5

153 – 1964 Vuelta: Raymond Poulidor (28.1), Luis Otaño (30.3) and José Pérez-Francés (27.4) / Agg.: 85.8 / Avg.: 28.6

154 – 2013 Tour: Chris Froome (28.2), Nairo Quintana (23.5) and Joaquim Rodríguez (34.2) / Agg.: 85.9 / Avg.: 28.6

155 – 1992 Tour: Miguel Induráin (28), Claudio Chiappucci (29.4) and Gianni Bugno (28.5) / Agg.: 85.9 / Avg.: 28.6

156 – 2006 Vuelta: Aleksandr Vinokúrov (33), Alejandro Valverde (26.4) and Andréi Kashechkin (26.5) / Agg.: 85.9 / Avg.: 28.6

157 – 1927 Tour: Nicolas Frantz (27.7), Maurice De Waele (30.6) and Julien Vervaecke (27.7) / Agg.: 86 / Avg.: 28.7

158 – 1991 Vuelta: Melcior Mauri (25.1), Miguel Induráin (26.9) and Marino Lejarreta (34) / Agg.: 86 / Avg.: 28.7

159 – 1947 Vuelta: Edward van Dijck (29.2), Manuel Costa (25.7) and Delio Rodríguez (31.2) / Agg.: 86 / Avg.: 28.7

160 – 1998 Giro: Marco Pantani (28.4), Pável Tonkov (29.3) and Giuseppe Guerini (28.3) / Agg.: 86.1 / Avg.: 28.7

161 – 1976 Vuelta: José Pesarrodona (30.3), Luis Ocaña (31) and José Nazabal (24.9) / Agg.: 86.2 / Avg.: 28.7

162 – 1921 Giro: Giovanni Brunero (25.7), Gaetano Belloni (28.8) and Bartolomeo Aymo (31.7) / Agg.: 86.2 / Avg.: 28.7

163 – 2004 Vuelta: Roberto Heras (30.6), Santi Pérez (27.1) and Paco Mancebo (28.5) / Agg.: 86.2 / Avg.: 28.7

164 – 2000 Vuelta: Roberto Heras (26.6), Ángel Casero (28) and Pável Tonkov (31.6) / Agg.: 86.3 / Avg.: 28.8

165 – 1947 Giro: Fausto Coppi (27.8), Gino Bartali (32.9) and Giulio Bresci (25.6) / Agg.: 86.3 / Avg.: 28.8

166 – 1974 Vuelta: José Manuel Fuente (28.6), Joaquim Agostinho (31.1) and Miguel Mari Lasa (26.5) / Agg.: 86.3 / Avg.: 28.8

167 – 1969 Tour: Eddy Merckx (24.1), Roger Pingeon (28.9) and Raymond Poulidor (33.3) / Agg.: 86.3 / Avg.: 28.8

168 – 2010 Vuelta: Vincenzo Nibali (25.9), Ezequiel Mosquera (34.9) and Peter Velits (25.6) / Agg.: 86.3 / Avg.: 28.8

169 – 1989 Tour: Greg LeMond (28.1), Laurent Fignon (29) and Pedro Delgado (29.3) / Agg.: 86.3 / Avg.: 28.8

170 – 1975 Tour: Bernard Thévenet (27.5), Eddy Merckx (30.1) and Lucien van Impe (28.8) / Agg.: 86.4 / Avg.: 28.8

171 – 2017 Giro: Tom Dumoulin (26.6), Nairo Quintana (27.3) and Vincenzo Nibali (32.6) / Agg.: 86.4 / Avg.: 28.8

172 – 1990 Vuelta: Marco Giovannetti (28.1), Pedro Delgado (30.1) and Anselmo Fuerte (28.3) / Agg.: 86.5 / Avg.: 28.8

173 – 1924 Tour: Ottavio Bottecchia (30), Nicolas Frantz (24.7) and Lucien Buysse (31.9) / Agg.: 86.6 / Avg.: 28.9

174 – 1965 Vuelta: Rolf Wolfshohl (26.4), Raymond Poulidor (29.1) and Rik Van Looy (31.4) / Agg.: 86.9 / Avg.: 29

175 – 1982 Vuelta: Marino Lejarreta (25), Michel Pollentier (31.3) and Sven-Åke Nilsson (30.7) / Agg.: 86.9 / Avg.: 29

176 – 1950 Tour: Ferdinand Kübler (31.1), Stan Ockers (30.5) and Louison Bobet (25.4) / Agg.: 87 / Avg.: 29

177 – 1993 Vuelta: Tony Rominger (32.2), Alex Zülle (24.9) and Laudelino Cubino (30) / Agg.: 87 / Avg.: 29

178 – 1998 Vuelta: Abraham Olano (28.7), Fernando Escartín (30.7) and José María Jiménez (27.7) / Agg.: 87.1 / Avg.: 29

179 – 2012 Tour: Bradley Wiggins (32.3), Chris Froome (27.2) and Vincenzo Nibali (27.7) / Agg.: 87.2 / Avg.: 29.1

180 – 2002 Giro: Paolo Savoldelli (29.1), Tyler Hamilton (31.3) and Pietro Caucchioli (26.8) / Agg.: 87.2 / Avg.: 29.1

181 – 1967 Tour: Roger Pingeon (26.9), Julio Jiménez Muñoz (32.8) and Franco Balmamion (27.5) / Agg.: 87.2 / Avg.: 29.1

182 – 1975 Giro: Fausto Bertoglio (26.4), Francisco Galdós (28.1) and Felice Gimondi (32.7) / Agg.: 87.2 / Avg.: 29.1

183 – 2001 Giro: Gilberto Simoni (29.8), Abraham Olano (31.4) and Unai Osa (26) / Agg.: 87.2 / Avg.: 29.1

184 – 1988 Vuelta: Sean Kelly (32), Reimund Dietzen (29) and Anselmo Fuerte (26.3) / Agg.: 87.3 / Avg.: 29.1

185 – 2007 Giro: Danilo Di Luca (31.4), Andy Schleck (22) and Eddy Mazzoleni (33.9) / Agg.: 87.3 / Avg.: 29.1

186 – 1933 Giro: Alfredo Binda (30.9), Jef Demuysere (25.9) and Domenico Piemontesi (30.5) / Agg.: 87.3 / Avg.: 29.1

187 – 1997 Vuelta: Alex Zülle (29.3), Fernando Escartín (29.7) and Laurent Dufaux (28.4) / Agg.: 87.3 / Avg.: 29.1

188 – 1986 Vuelta: Álvaro Pino (29.8), Robert Millar (27.7) and Sean Kelly (30) / Agg.: 87.4 / Avg.: 29.1

189 – 2015 Vuelta: Fabio Aru (25.2), Joaquim Rodríguez (36.4) and Rafał Majka (26) / Agg.: 87.6 / Avg.: 29.2

190 – 1956 Giro: Charly Gaul (23.5), Fiorenzo Magni (35.5) and Agostino Coletto (28.8) / Agg.: 87.9 / Avg.: 29.3

191 – 1994 Tour: Miguel Induráin (30), Piotr Ugriúmov (33.5) and Marco Pantani (24.5) / Agg.: 88.1 / Avg.: 29.4

192 – 1963 Vuelta: Jacques Anquetil (29.4), José Martín Colmenarejo (27.1) and Miguel Pacheco (31.7) / Agg.: 88.2 / Avg.: 29.4

193 – 2011 Vuelta: Juanjo Cobo (30.6), Chris Froome (26.3) and Bradley Wiggins (31.4) / Agg.: 88.3 / Avg.: 29.4

194 – 1942 Vuelta: Julián Berrendero (30.3), Diego Cháfer (28.9) and Francisco Antonio Andrés Sancho (29.3) / Agg.: 88.5 / Avg.: 29.5

195 – 2010 Giro: Ivan Basso (32.5), David Arroyo (30.4) and Vincenzo Nibali (25.6) / Agg.: 88.5 / Avg.: 29.5

196 – 1949 Tour: Fausto Coppi (29.9), Gino Bartali (35) and Jacques Marinelli (23.6) / Agg.: 88.5 / Avg.: 29.5

197 – 1985 Giro: Bernard Hinault (30.6), Francesco Moser (34) and Greg LeMond (24) / Agg.: 88.5 / Avg.: 29.5

198 – 2004 Tour: Lance Armstrong (32.9), Andreas Klöden (29.1) and Ivan Basso (26.7) / Agg.: 88.7 / Avg.: 29.6

199 – 1977 Tour: Bernard Thévenet (29.6), Hennie Kuiper (28.5) and Lucien van Impe (30.8) / Agg.: 88.8 / Avg.: 29.6

200 – 2007 Tour: Alberto Contador (24.7), Cadel Evans (30.5) and Levi Leipheimer (33.8) / Agg.: 88.9 / Avg.: 29.6

201 – 1936 Tour: Sylvère Maes (27), Antonin Magne (32.6) and Félicien Vervaecke (29.4) / Agg.: 88.9 / Avg.: 29.6

202 – 1982 Tour: Bernard Hinault (27.7), Joop Zoetemelk (35.7) and Johan van der Velde (25.6) / Agg.: 89 / Avg.: 29.7

203 – 1951 Giro: Fiorenzo Magni (30.5), Rik Van Steenbergen (26.6) and Ferdinand Kübler (31.9) / Agg.: 89 / Avg.: 29.7

204 – 2005 Giro: Paolo Savoldelli (32.1), Gilberto Simoni (33.8) and José Rujano (23.3) / Agg.: 89.2 / Avg.: 29.7

205 – 1976 Giro: Felice Gimondi (33.7), Johan De Muynck (28.1) and Fausto Bertoglio (27.4) / Agg.: 89.2 / Avg.: 29.7

206 – 1995 Tour: Miguel Induráin (31), Alex Zülle (27.1) and Bjarne Riis (31.3) / Agg.: 89.4 / Avg.: 29.8

207 – 2004 Giro: Damiano Cunego (22.7), Serhi Honchar (33.9) and Gilberto Simoni (32.8) / Agg.: 89.4 / Avg.: 29.8

208 – 2017 Tour: Chris Froome (32.2), Rigoberto Urán (30.5) and Romain Bardet (26.7) / Agg.: 89.4 / Avg.: 29.8

209 – 1980 Giro: Bernard Hinault (25.6), Wladimiro Panizza (35) and Giovanni Battaglin (28.9) / Agg.: 89.5 / Avg.: 29.8

210 – 1975 Vuelta: Agustín Tamames (30.6), Txomin Perurena (31.4) and Miguel Mari Lasa (27.5) / Agg.: 89.5 / Avg.: 29.8

211 – 1971 Giro: Gösta Pettersson (30.6), Herman Van Springel (27.8) and Ugo Colombo (31.3) / Agg.: 89.7 / Avg.: 29.9

212 – 2005 Vuelta: Roberto Heras (31.6), Denís Menshov (27.7) and Carlos Sastre (30.4) / Agg.: 89.7 / Avg.: 29.9

213 – 1992 Giro: Miguel Induráin (27.9), Claudio Chiappucci (29.3) and Franco Chioccioli (32.8) / Agg.: 90.1 / Avg.: 30

214 – 2012 Giro: Ryder Hesjedal (31.5), Joaquim Rodríguez (33.1) and Thomas de Gendt (25.6) / Agg.: 90.1 / Avg.: 30

215 – 1953 Giro: Fausto Coppi (33.7), Hugo Koblet (28.2) and Pasquale Fornara (28.2) / Agg.: 90.2 / Avg.: 30.1

216 – 1968 Vuelta: Felice Gimondi (25.6), José Pérez-Francés (31.4) and Eusebio Vélez (33.1) / Agg.: 90.2 / Avg.: 30.1

217 – 2011 Giro: Michele Scarponi (31.5), Vincenzo Nibali (26.6) and John Gadret (32.1) / Agg.: 90.2 / Avg.: 30.1

218 – 2002 Tour: Lance Armstrong (30.9), Joseba Beloki (29) and Raimondas Rumsas (30.6) / Agg.: 90.4 / Avg.: 30.1

219 – 1999 Tour: Lance Armstrong (27.9), Alex Zülle (31.1) and Fernando Escartín (31.5) / Agg.: 90.5 / Avg.: 30.2

220 – 1950 Giro: Hugo Koblet (25.2), Gino Bartali (35.9) and Alfredo Martini (29.3) / Agg.: 90.5 / Avg.: 30.2

221 – 1978 Tour: Bernard Hinault (23.7), Joop Zoetemelk (31.7) and Joaquim Agostinho (35.3) / Agg.: 90.7 / Avg.: 30.2

222 – 1981 Tour: Bernard Hinault (26.7), Lucien van Impe (34.8) and Robert Alban (29.3) / Agg.: 90.8 / Avg.: 30.3

223 – 2015 Tour: Chris Froome (30.2), Nairo Quintana (25.5) and Alejandro Valverde (35.3) / Agg.: 91 / Avg.: 30.3

224 – 2014 Tour: Vincenzo Nibali (29.7), Jean-Christophe Péraud (37.2) and Thibaut Pinot (24.2) / Agg.: 91.1 / Avg.: 30.4

225 – 1963 Tour: Jacques Anquetil (29.5), Federico Martín Bahamontes (35) and José Pérez-Francés (26.6) / Agg.: 91.1 / Avg.: 30.4

226 – 1996 Vuelta: Alex Zülle (28.3), Laurent Dufaux (27.4) and Tony Rominger (35.5) / Agg.: 91.2 / Avg.: 30.4

227 – 2013 Giro: Vincenzo Nibali (28.5), Rigoberto Urán (26.3) and Cadel Evans (36.3) / Agg.: 91.2 / Avg.: 30.4

228 – 1994 Vuelta: Tony Rominger (33.2), Mikel Zarrabeitia (24) and Pedro Delgado (34.1) / Agg.: 91.3 / Avg.: 30.4

229 – 2006 Tour: Óscar Pereiro (29), Andreas Klöden (31.1) and Carlos Sastre (31.3) / Agg.: 91.4 / Avg.: 30.5

230 – 2003 Tour: Lance Armstrong (31.9), Jan Ullrich (29.7) and Aleksandr Vinokúrov (29.9) / Agg.: 91.4 / Avg.: 30.5

231 – 1923 Giro: Costante Girardengo (30.2), Giovanni Brunero (27.7) and Bartolomeo Aymo (33.7) / Agg.: 91.6 / Avg.: 30.5

232 – 1946 Vuelta: Dalmacio Langarica (26.5), Julián Berrendero (34.2) and Jan Lambrichs (31) / Agg.: 91.6 / Avg.: 30.5

233 – 1993 Giro: Miguel Induráin (28.9), Piotr Ugriúmov (32.4) and Claudio Chiappucci (30.3) / Agg.: 91.7 / Avg.: 30.6

234 – 1992 Vuelta: Tony Rominger (31.2), Jesús Montoya (28.5) and Pedro Delgado (32.1) / Agg.: 91.7 / Avg.: 30.6

235 – 2007 Vuelta: Denís Menshov (29.7), Carlos Sastre (32.4) and Samuel Sánchez (29.6) / Agg.: 91.8 / Avg.: 30.6

236 – 2011 Tour: Cadel Evans (34.5), Andy Schleck (26.1) and Fränk Schleck (31.3) / Agg.: 91.9 / Avg.: 30.6

237 – 1928 Giro: Alfredo Binda (25.8), Giuseppe Pancera (27.4) and Bartolomeo Aymo (38.7) / Agg.: 91.9 / Avg.: 30.6

238 – 1956 Vuelta: Angelo Conterno (31.2), Jesús Loroño (30.4) and Raymond Impanis (30.6) / Agg.: 92.1 / Avg.: 30.7

239 – 1954 Tour: Louison Bobet (29.4), Ferdinand Kübler (35) and Fritz Schär (28) / Agg.: 92.4 / Avg.: 30.8

240 – 1920 Giro: Gaetano Belloni (27.8), Angelo Gremo (32.5) and Jean Alavoine (32.2) / Agg.: 92.5 / Avg.: 30.8

241 – 1993 Tour: Miguel Induráin (29), Tony Rominger (32.4) and Zenon Jaskuła (31.2) / Agg.: 92.6 / Avg.: 30.9

242 – 1957 Vuelta: Jesús Loroño (31.4), Federico Martín Bahamontes (28.9) and Bernardo Ruiz (32.4) / Agg.: 92.6 / Avg.: 30.9

243 – 1986 Giro: Roberto Visentini (29), Giuseppe Saronni (28.7) and Francesco Moser (35) / Agg.: 92.8 / Avg.: 30.9

244 – 1979 Vuelta: Joop Zoetemelk (32.5), Francisco Galdós (32) and Michel Pollentier (28.3) / Agg.: 92.8 / Avg.: 30.9

245 – 1952 Tour: Fausto Coppi (32.9), Stan Ockers (32.5) and Bernardo Ruiz (27.5) / Agg.: 92.9 / Avg.: 31

246 – 1923 Tour: Henri Pélissier (34.5), Ottavio Bottecchia (29) and Romain Bellenger (29.5) / Agg.: 93 / Avg.: 31

247 – 2018 Tour: Geraint Thomas (32.2), Tom Dumoulin (27.7) and Chris Froome (33.2) / Agg.: 93.1 / Avg.: 31

248 – 2017 Vuelta: Chris Froome (32.3), Vincenzo Nibali (32.8) and Ilnur Zakarin (28) / Agg.: 93.2 / Avg.: 31.1

249 – 2005 Tour: Lance Armstrong (33.9), Ivan Basso (27.7) and Jan Ullrich (31.7) / Agg.: 93.2 / Avg.: 31.1

250 – 1972 Tour: Eddy Merckx (27.1), Felice Gimondi (29.8) and Raymond Poulidor (36.3) / Agg.: 93.2 / Avg.: 31.1

251 – 1995 Giro: Tony Rominger (34.2), Yevgueni Berzin (25) and Piotr Ugriúmov (34.4) / Agg.: 93.6 / Avg.: 31.2

252 – 1979 Tour: Bernard Hinault (24.7), Joop Zoetemelk (32.7) and Joaquim Agostinho (36.3) / Agg.: 93.7 / Avg.: 31.2

253 – 2009 Vuelta: Alejandro Valverde (29.4), Samuel Sánchez (31.6) and Cadel Evans (32.6) / Agg.: 93.7 / Avg.: 31.2

254 – 2016 Giro: Vincenzo Nibali (31.6), Esteban Chaves (26.4) and Alejandro Valverde (36.1) / Agg.: 94.1 / Avg.: 31.4

255 – 2008 Vuelta: Alberto Contador (25.8), Levi Leipheimer (34.9) and Carlos Sastre (33.4) / Agg.: 94.2 / Avg.: 31.4

256 – 1945 Vuelta: Delio Rodríguez (29.1), Julián Berrendero (33.2) and Juan Gimeno (32.1) / Agg.: 94.4 / Avg.: 31.5

257 – 1948 Tour: Gino Bartali (34), Albéric Schotte (28.9) and Guy Lapébie (31.7) / Agg.: 94.6 / Avg.: 31.5

258 – 1921 Tour: Léon Scieur (33.4), Hector Heusghem (31.5) and Honoré Barthélémy (29.8) / Agg.: 94.7 / Avg.: 31.6

259 – 1964 Tour: Jacques Anquetil (30.5), Raymond Poulidor (28.3) and Federico Martín Bahamontes (36) / Agg.: 94.8 / Avg.: 31.6

260 – 2006 Giro: Ivan Basso (28.5), José Enrique Gutiérrez (32) and Gilberto Simoni (34.8) / Agg.: 95.3 / Avg.: 31.8

261 – 2008 Tour: Carlos Sastre (33.3), Cadel Evans (31.5) and Denís Menshov (30.5) / Agg.: 95.3 / Avg.: 31.8

262 – 2012 Vuelta: Alberto Contador (29.8), Alejandro Valverde (32.4) and Joaquim Rodríguez (33.4) / Agg.: 95.5 / Avg.: 31.8

263 – 1955 Giro: Fiorenzo Magni (34.5), Fausto Coppi (35.7) and Gastone Nencini (25.3) / Agg.: 95.5 / Avg.: 31.8

264 – 2014 Vuelta: Alberto Contador (31.8), Chris Froome (29.3) and Alejandro Valverde (34.4) / Agg.: 95.5 / Avg.: 31.8

265 – 1920 Tour: Philippe Thys (30.8), Hector Heusghem (30.5) and Firmin Lambot (34.4) / Agg.: 95.7 / Avg.: 31.9

266 – 1980 Tour: Joop Zoetemelk (33.7), Hennie Kuiper (31.5) and Raymond Martin (31.2) / Agg.: 96.3 / Avg.: 32.1

267 – 1948 Giro: Fiorenzo Magni (27.5), Ezio Cecchi (35.1) and Giordano Cottur (34.1) / Agg.: 96.7 / Avg.: 32.2

268 – 2009 Giro: Denís Menshov (31.4), Carlos Sastre (34.1) and Ivan Basso (31.5) / Agg.: 97 / Avg.: 32.3

269 – 1952 Giro: Fausto Coppi (32.8), Fiorenzo Magni (31.5) and Ferdinand Kübler (32.9) / Agg.: 97.2 / Avg.: 32.4

270 – 1926 Tour: Lucien Buysse (33.9), Nicolas Frantz (26.7) and Bartolomeo Aymo (36.8) / Agg.: 97.4 / Avg.: 32.5

271 – 1974 Tour: Eddy Merckx (29.1), Raymond Poulidor (38.3) and Vicente López Carril (31.7) / Agg.: 99.1 / Avg.: 33

272 – 1919 Tour: Firmin Lambot (33.4), Jean Alavoine (31.3) and Eugène Christophe (34.5) / Agg.: 99.2 / Avg.: 33.1

273 – 1976 Tour: Lucien van Impe (29.8), Joop Zoetemelk (29.6) and Raymond Poulidor (40.3) / Agg.: 99.7 / Avg.: 33.2

274 – 1925 Tour: Ottavio Bottecchia (31), Lucien Buysse (32.9) and Bartolomeo Aymo (35.8) / Agg.: 99.7 / Avg.: 33.2

275 – 1949 Giro: Fausto Coppi (29.8), Gino Bartali (34.9) and Giordano Cottur (35.1) / Agg.: 99.8 / Avg.: 33.3

276 – 1922 Tour: Firmin Lambot (36.4), Jean Alavoine (34.3) and Felix Sellier (29.6) / Agg.: 100.3 / Avg.: 33.4

277 – 2013 Vuelta: Chris Horner (41.9), Vincenzo Nibali (28.9) and Alejandro Valverde (33.4) / Agg.: 104.2 / Avg.: 34.7

278 – 1912 Giro: Atala-Dunlop (n/a), Peugeot-Wolber (n/a) and Gerbi (n/a) / Agg.: n/a / Avg.: n/a

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