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Classification of All the Editions of the Tour de France
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Classification of All the Editions of the Tour de France (1906) »

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This is a classification of all the editions of the Tour de France, the most prestigious bicycle race in the world. The Tour de France is a bicycle race through different parts of France and neighboring countries held over three weeks of the month of July. It has been organized annually since 1903 and it has only been interrupted from 1915 to 1918 because of World War I and from 1940 to 1946 because of World War II. It is noteworthy to mention prominent cyclists like Lance Armstrong, Miguel Indurain, Bernard Hinault, Eddy Merckx and Jacques Anquetil, all of whom won this arduous competition five times.

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Cyclistcolumns columns Time
1René PottierRené Pottier31s
2Georges PasserieuGeorges Passerieu +08s
3Louis TrousselierLouis Trousselier +28s
4Lucien Petit-BretonLucien Petit-Breton +34s
5Emile GeorgetEmile Georget +49s
6Alois CatteauAlois Catteau +01m 38s
7Edouard WattelierEdouard Wattelier +01m 46s
8Léon GeorgetLéon Georget +02m 01s
9Eugène ChristopheEugène Christophe +02m 05s
10Antony WattelierAntony Wattelier +02m 17s
11Georges FleuryGeorges Fleury +02m 50s
12Ferdinand PayanFerdinand Payan +03m 11s
13Léon WinantLéon Winant +03m 30s
14Georges BronchardGeorges Bronchard +03m 45s
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