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Tour de France: list of all time stage winners – 1903-2013

Updated and newly extended list of T of F stage victories (to 21.7.13)

Includes recent stage wins.

The most Tour de France stage victories: the top 13 

34: Eddy Merckx (Bel)

28: Bernard Hinault (Fr)
25: Mark Cavendish (UK) (sprinter) – largest no. of road stage wins exc TTs
25: André Leducq (Fr)
22: Lance Armstrong (USA) (* Armstrong was stripped of his titles and wins from 1998 on 22.10.12 by UCI for doping as set out in USADA report. The stage win to Limoges in 1995 stands.)
22: André Darrigade (Fr) (sprinter)
20: Nicolas Frantz (Lux)
19: François Faber (Lux)
17: Jean Alavoine (Fr)
16: Jacques Anquetil (Fr)
16: René Le Grèves (Fr)
16: Charles Pelissier (Fr)
15: Freddy Maertens (Bel) (sprinter)



The listing is now complete with all stage winners from 1903 to 2013 and 1981-2013. Details of stage winners compiled using Wikipedia. All riders are now linked to their profiles on Wikipedia.


13: Philippe Thys (Bel)
13: Louis Trousselier (Fr)
12: Gino Bartali (It)
12: Mario Cipollini (It) (sprinter)
12: Thor Hushovd (Nor) (10 ind; two TTT)
12: Miguel Indurain (Esp)
12: Robbie McEwen (Aus)

12: Jan Raas (Hol) includes 2 TTT stages
12: Erik Zabel (Ger)
11: Jean Aerts (Bel)
11: Louison Bobet (Fr)
11: Raffaele di Paco (It)
10: Maurice Archambaud (Fr)
10: Charly Gaul (Lux)
10: Walter Godefroot (Bel)
10: Gerrie Knetemann (Hol) + 9 TTT (19 stages effectively)
10: Antonin Magne (Fr)
10: Henri Pelissier (Fr)
10: Joop Zoetemelk (Hol)
9: Djamolidine Abdoujaparov (Uzb)
9: Ottavio Bottecchia (Ita)
9: Fausto Coppi (It)
9: Emilé Georget (Fr)
9: Lucien van Impe (Bel)
9: Roger Lapébie (Fr)
9: Sylvère Maes (Bel)
9: Eloi Meulenberg (Bel)
9: Luis Ocaña (Esp)

9: Jean-Paul van Poppel (Hol)
9: Georges Speicher (Fr)
9: Tom Steels (Bel)
9: Bernard Thevenet (Fr)
8: Rudi Altig (Ger)
8: Fabian Cancellara (Hel)
8: Gustave Garrigou (Fr)
8: Learco Guerra (It)
8: Roger Hassenforder (Fr)
8: Barry Hoban (UK)
8: Ferdinand (Ferdi) Kübler (Hel)
8: Lucien Georges Mazan (Fr – nickname Lucien Petit-Breton)
8: Louis Mottiat (Be)
8: Marco Pantani (It)
8: Louis Trousselier (Fr)

8: Johan van der Velde (Hol)  3 individual; 5 TTT
8: René Vietto (Fr)
7: Federico Bahamontes (Sp)
7: Jean-Pierre Danguillaume (Fr)
7: Nino Defilippis (It)
7: Jean-Baptise Dortignacq (Fr)
7: Laurent Fignon (Fr)
7: Raphaël Géminiani (Fr)
7: Felice Gimondi (It)
7: Félix Goethals (Fr)
7: Laearco Guerra (It)
7: Cyrille Guimard (Fr)
7: Jan Janssen (Hol)

7: Greg Lemond (US) inc two TTT victories
7: Rik van Looy (Bel)
7: Fiorenzo Magni (It)
7: Georges Passerieu (Fr)
7: Lucien Petit-Breton (Fr)
7: Raymond Poulidor (Fr)
7: Edward Sels (Bel)
7: Jan Ullrich (Ger)
7: Richard Virenque (Fr)
6: Marino Basso (It)
6: Romain Bellenger (Fr)
6: Guido Bontempi (It)
6: Tom Boonen (Bel)
6: Alfred de Bruyne (Bel)   

6: Martin Van Geneugden (Bel)
6: Gerben Karstens (Hol)
6: Marcel Kint (Bel)
6: Firmin Lambot (Bel)
6: Octave Lapize (Fr)
6: Rik van Looy (Bel)
6: Fioenzo Magni (It)
6: Thierry Marie (Fr)
6: Hector Martin (Bel)
6: Jelle Nijdam (Hol)
6: Bert Oosterbosch (Hol)
6: Alessandro Petacchi (It)
6: Guido Reybrouck (Bel)
6: Jean Robic (Fr)
6: Patrick Sercu (Bel)
6: Didi Thurau (Ger)
6: Félicien Vervaecke (Bel)
5: Phil Anderson (Aus) 1st non-European to wear Yellow Jersey
5: Hippolyte Aucouturier (Fr)
5: Pierino Baffi (It)
5: Honoré Barthelemy (Fr)
5: Gilbert Bauvin (Fr)
5: Lucien Buysse (Bel)
5: Maurice Dewaele (Bel)
5: Paul Duboc (Fr)
5: Jacques Esclassan (Fr)
5: Jean Graczyk (Fr)
 
5: André Griepel (Ger)
5: Gerben Karstens (Hol)
5: Sean Kelly (Irl)
5: Hugo Koblet (Hel)

5: Frank Hoste (Bel) 
5: Julio Jiménez (Esp)
5: Hennie Kuiper (Hol)
5: Eric Leman (Bel)
5: René Pottier (Fr)
5: Roger Rivière (Fr)
5: Jean Rossius (Bel)
5: Herman van Springel (Bel)
5: Jean Stablinski (Fr)
5: Willi Teirlinck (Bel)
5: Eric Vanderaerden (Bel)
5: Maurice De Waele (Bel)

4: Joaquim Agostinho (Port)– won five stages but one subsequently given to Merckx for doping offence
4: Gilbert Bauvin (Fr)
4: Franco Bitossi (It)

4: Jeroen Blijlevens (Hol)
4: Erik Breukink (Hol)
4: Gianni Bugno (It)
4: Marcel Buysse (Bel)
4: Robert Cazala (Fr)
4: Eduardo Chozas (Esp)
4: Alberto Contador (Esp)
4. Charles Crupelandt (Fr)
4: Emile Daems (Bel)

4: Eric Dekker (Hol)
4: Pedro Delgado (Esp)

4: Willem van Est (Holl inc one team time trial)
4: Pierrick Fédrigo (Fr) 
4: Jean Forestier (Fr)
4: Óscar Freire (Esp) – sprinter
4: Chris Froome (UK) 
4: André Griepel (Ger) – sprinter
4: George Hincapie (US) - TTT (3) three of these wins annulled for doping
4: Robert Jacquinot (Fr)
4: Laurent Jalabert (Fr)
4: Jaan Kirsipuu (Est)

4: Marcel Kittel (Ger) – sprinter   
4: Dimitri Konyshev (Rus)
4: Rik van Linden (Bel) 
4: Romain Maes (Bel)

4: David Millar (UK) (One Team Time Trial – has won 5 stages but Millar asked for 2003 win to be removed because of doping)
4: Rudy Matthijs (Bel)
4: Charly Mottet (Fr)
4: Gastone Nencini (It)

4: Stuart O'Grady (Aus) One TTT
4: Eddy Pauwels (Bel)
4: Roger Pingeon (Fr)
4: René Privat (Fr)
4: Michael Rasmussen (Den)
4: Gaston Rebry (Bel)

4: Bjarne Riis (Dan)
4: André Rosseel (Bel)

4: Luis-Leon Sanchez (Sp)
4: Lucien Teisseire (Fr) 
4: Peter Sagan (Slov)
4: Gustaaf van Slembrouck (Bel)
4: Alejandro Valverde (Esp) 
4: Alexander Vinokourov (Kaza)
4: Thomas Voeckler (Fr)
4: Wouter (Wout) Wagtmans (Holl) 
4: Daniel Willems (Bel) 
4: Peter Winnen (Hol) inc 1 TTT stage
3: Adelin Benoît (Bel)
3: Jean-François Bernard (Fr)
3: Chris Boardman (UK)
3: Frans Bonduel (Bel)
3: Santiago Botero (Col)
3: Dino Bruni (It)

3: Max Bulla (Austria)
3: Sandy Casar (Fr)
3: Sylvain Chavanel (Fr)
3: Claudio Chiappucci (It)
3: Eugène Christophe (Fr)
3: Régis Clère (Fr)

3: Alberto Contador (Esp)
3: Giovanni Corrieri (It)
3: Rui Alberto Faria da Costa (Port) 
3: Odile Defraye (Be)
3: Jef Demuysere (Bel)

3: Bim Diederich (Lux)
3: Aimé Dossche (Bel)
3: Marcel Dussault (Fr)
3: Jacky Durand (Fr)
3: Jean Fréchaut (Fr)

3: Maurice Garin (Fr/It) winner of 1st Tour 1903 + winner of the first ever stage.
3: Jean-Pierre Genet (Fr) (Lanterne Rouge in 1967)
3: Simon Gerrans (Aus) One TTT
3: Rolf Graf (Ch)
3: Luis Herrera (Col)
3: Hector Heusghem (Bel)
3: Guy Ignolin (Fr)

3: Raymond Impanis (Bel)
3: Nello Lauredi (Fr)
3: Vicente Lopez-Carril (Esp)
3: Henk Lubberding (Hol)
3: Luigi Lucotti (It)

3: Olaf Ludwig (Ger)
3: Fernando Manzaneque (Esp)
3: Robert Millar (UK)

3: Nicola Minali (It)
3: Julien Moineau (Fr)
3: Charly Mottet (Fr)

3: Stan Ockers (Bel)
3: Ludo Peeters (Bel)
3: Miguel Poblet (Esp)
3: Michel Pollentier (Bel) one cancelled through doping
3: Stephen Roche (Irl)
3: Tony Rominger (Ch)

3: Jo de Roo (Hol) 
3: Carlos Sastre (Esp)
3: Andy Schleck (Lux)
3: Léon Scieur (Bel)
3: Félix Sellier (Bel)
3: Acácio da Silva (Port)

3: Joseph Spruyt (Bel)
3: Jan Svorada (Slo/Cz)

3: Joseph van Dam (Bel)
3: Wim van Est (Hol)
3: Pé Verhaegen (Bel)
3: Pol Verschuere (Bel)
3: Pierre-Raymond Villemaine (Fr)
3: Albert van Vlierberghe (Bel)
3: Jens Voigt (Ger)
3: Marinus Wagtmans (Holl)
3: Michael Wright (UK)

2: Michel Van Aerde (Bel)
2: Bartolomeo Aimo (It)
2: Raúl Alcalá (Mex)

2: Leo Amberg (Hel)
2: Phil Anderson (Aus)
2: Moreno Argentin (It)
2: Angel Arroyo (Esp)

2: Antonio Bailetti (It) 
2: Fabio Baldato (It)
2: Graziano Battistini (It)
2: Erich Bautz (Ger)
2: Théophile Beeckman (Bel)

2: Daniele Bennati (It)
2: Louis Bergaud (Fr)

2: Pierre Beuffeuil (Fr) 
2: Roger de Breuker (Bel)
2: Serafino Biagioni (It)
2: Marcel Bidot (Fr)
2: Alfredo Binda (It)

2: Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor)
2: Léon van Bon (Hol)
2: Michael Boogerd (Hol)
2: Vincenzo Borgarello (It)
2: Ferdinand Bracke (Bel)
2: Jean Brankart (Bel) 
2: Beat Breu (Ch)
2: Johan Bruyneel (Bel)
2: Fermo Camellini (It)
2: Louis Caput (Fr)
2: Guido Carlesi (It)

2: Camille van de Casteele (Bel)
2: Paul Chocque (Fr)
2: Thierry Claveyrolant (Fr)
2: Pierre Cloarec (Fr)
2: Salvatore Commesso (It)
2: Raymond Decorte (Bel)
2: Adolphe Deledda (It-Fr)

2: Raymond Delisle (Fr)
2: Oscar Egg (Hel)

2: David Etxebarria (Esp)
2: Cadel Evans (Aus)

2: Alessandro Fantini (It)
2: Victor Fontan (Fr)

2: Dominique Forlini (Fr)
2: Amédée Fournier (Fr)

2: José Manuel Fuente (Lavandra) (Esp)
2: Fabien Galateau (Fr)
2: Massimo Ghirotto (It)
2: Marcel Godivier (Fr)

2: Jean Goldschmit (Lux)
2: Rolf Gölz (Ger) 
2: Charly Grosskost (Fr)
2: Ercole Gualazzini (It)
2: Giuseppe Guerini (It)
2: Alfred Haemerlinck (Bel)
2: Serhly Honchar (UK)
2: Jos Huysmans (Bel)
2: Sergeï Ivanov (Rus)

2: Bernard Van de Kerckhove (Bel) 
2: Pierre Jaminet (Fr)
2: Marcel Janssens (Bel)

2: Kim Kirchen (Lux)
2: Roger Lambrecht (Bel)
2: Louis De Lannoy (Bel)
2: Guy Lapébie (Fr) 

2: Miguel Mariá Lasa (Esp) 
2: Lucien Lazaridès (Fr)
2: Luc Leblanc (Fr)

2: Marci Lietti (It)
2: Gérard Loncke (Bel)
2: Raymond Louviot (Fr)
2: Léon Louyet (Bel)

2: Bradley McGee (Aus)
2: Tony Martin (Ger) 
2: Jean Majerus (Lux)
2: Mariano Martinez (Esp)
2: Emile Masson (Bel)
2: Paul Maye (Fr)
2: Juan Miguel Mercado (Esp)
2: Georges Meunier (Fr)
2: Theo Middelkamp (Ned – first Dutch rider to win a stage – 1936)
2: Frédéric Moncassin (Fr)
2: David Moncoutié (Fr)
2: Ambrogio Morelli (It)

2: Francesco Moser (It)
2: Johan Museeuw (Bel)
2: Jean-Patrick Nazon (Fr)
2: François Neuens (Lux)
2: Henk Nijdam (Holl)
2: Jan Nolten (Hol)
2: Stuart O'Grady (Aus)
2: Arigo Padovan (It)

2: Raymond Passat (Fr)
2: Alfredo Pasotti (It)
2: Ernest Paul (Fr)
2: Georges Paulmier (Fr)
2: Francis Pélissier (Fr)

2: Davis Phinney (US)
2: Georges Pintens  (Bel) (1 TTT)
2: Eddy Planckaert (Bel)
2: Willy Planckaert (Bel)

2: Adri van del Poel (Hol)
2: Filippo Pozzato (It) 
2: Tommaso de Pra (It)
2: Cees Priem (Hol)
2: Raoul Rémy (Fr)

2: Christophe Riblon (Fr)
2: Pascal Richard (Ch)
2: Brian Robinson (UK – first British rider to win a stage – 1958)
2: Antonin Rolland (Fr)

2: Pierre Rolland (Fr)
2: Steven Rooks (Hol)

2: Vinenzo Rossello (It)
2: Bernardo Ruiz (Sp)
2: Daniel van Ryckeghem (Bel)

2: Giacinto Santambrogio (It)
2: Paolo Savoldelli (It)
2: Fritz Schär (Hel)
2: Frank Schleck (Lux)

2: Gino Sciardis (Fr)
2: Glauco Servadei (It)
2: Christian Seznec (Fr) 
2: Theo Smit (Hol)
2: Gerrit Solleveld (Hol)
2: Rolf Sorensen (Den)

2: Gert Steegmans (Bel)
2: Rik Van Steenbergen (Bel)
2: Omer Taverne (Bel)
2: Eloi Tassin (Fr)
2: Valerio Tebaldi (It)
2: Klaus-Peter Thaler (Ger) 1 TTT stage
2: Piotr Ugrumov (Rus)
2: Willy Vannitsen (Bel)

2: Cédric Vasseur (Fr)
2: Eddy Verstraeten (Bel) (1 TTT)
2: Julien Vervaecke (Bel)

2: Frédéric Vichot (Fr) 
2: Edward Vissers (Bel)
2: Jacques Vivier (Fr)

2: Gerardus (Gerrit) Petrus Voortin (Holl)
2: Paul Wellens (Bel)
2: Otto Weckerling (Ger)
2: Robert Wierinckx (Bel)
2: Bradley Wiggins (UK) (First UK rider to win the Tour – 2012)
2: Ad Wijnands (Hol)
2: Etienne De Wilde (Bel)
2: Ronald de Witte (Bel)
2: Rolf Wolfshohl (Ger)
2: Alex Zülle (Ch)
1: Christophe Agnolutto (Fr)
1: Joaquim Agostinho (Port)

1: Lucien Aimar (Fr)
1: Arsène Alancourt (Fr)

1: Robert Alban (1)
1: Kim Andersen (Den)
1: Henry Anglade (Fr)

1: Alphonse Antoine (Fr)
1: Jesus Loroño Artega (Sp)
1: Luciano Armani (It)  
1: Dominique Arnould (Fr)
1: Kurt Asie Arvesen (Nor)
1: Ernesto Azzini (It: first Italian to win a Tour stage – 1910)
1: Magnus Bäckstedt (Swe)
1: Émile Baffert (Fr)
1: Armand Baeyens (Bel)
1: Serge Baguet (Bel)
1: Jan Bakelants (Bel)
1: Salvador Cardona Balbastre (Sp – first Spanish rider to win stage 1929)
1: Ercole Baldini (It)
1: Vincent Barteau (Fr)
1: Ivan Basso (It)

1: Giovanni Battaglin (It) 
1: Fabio Battesini (It)
1: Steve Bauer (Can)

1: Benoni Beheyt (Bel) 
1: Gilbert Bellone (Fr)
1: Rino Benedetti (It)
1: Vasco Bergamaschi (It)
1: Lorenzo Bernucci (it)
1: Julián Berrendero (Sp)

1: Rubens Bertogliati (Ch)
1: Evgueni Berzin (Rus)
1: Paolo Bettini (It) 
1: Pierre Le Bigault (Fr)
1: René Binggeli (Hel)
1: René Bittinger (Fr)
1: Maurice Blomme (Bel)
1: Stanislas Bober (Fr)
1: Gianluca Bortolami (It)
1: Albert Bourlon (Fr)
1: Jean Bourlès (Fr)
1: Miquel Bover (Sp)

1: Adolph Braeckeveldt (Bel)
1: Frans Brands (Bel)
1: Laurent Brochard (Fr)
1: Giovanni Brunero (It)

1: Marcus Burghardt (Ger)
1: Francisco Cabello (It)
1: Pello Ruiz Cabestany (Esp)
1: Norbert Callens (Bel)

1: Sylvain Calzati (Fr)
1: Francis Campaner (Fr)
1: Francesco Camusso (It)
1: Mariano Cañardo (Sp)
1: Félix Cardenas (Col) 
1: Jimmy Casper (Fr)
1: Francis Castaing (Fr)
1: José Catieau (Fr)
1: Bruno Cenghialta (It)

1: Pino Cerami (It) (Oldest winner of a stage post 2nd World War@41+3 months)
1: Georges Chappe (Fr)
1: Philippe Chevallier (Fr)

1: Franco Chioccioli (It)
1: Mathias Clemens (Lux)
1: Peter de Clercq (Bel)
1: Juan José Cobo (Esp) 
1: Jean-Claude Colotti (Fr)
1: Roberto Conti (It)
1: Baden Cooke (Aus)
1: Fernand Cornez (Fr)
1: Laudelino Cubino (Esp)
1: Michele Dancelli (It)
1: Gustave Danneels (Bel – stage team TT)
1: Wilfried David (Bel)
1: Georges Decaux (Fr)
1: Albert Dejonghe (Bel)
1: Michel Dejouhannet (Fr)
1: Hans Dekkers (Hol)

1: Adolphe Deledda (It)
1: Ludo Delcroix (Bel)
1: Régis Delépine (Fr)
1: Gilles Delion (Fr)
1: Gustave Deloor (Bel)
1: Marc Demeyer (Bel)
1: Serge Demierre (Ch)

1: Willy Derboven (Bel) (Lanterne Rouge in 1963) 
1: Germain Derycke (Bel)
1: Laurent Desbiens (Fr) 
1: Jos Descoenmaecker (Bel)
1: Cyril Dessel (Fr)
1: André Desvages (Fr)

1: Rudy Dhaenens (Bel)
1: Mariano Diaz (Esp) 
1: Ludo Dierckxens (Bel)
1: Walter Diggelmann (Ch)
 
1: Maurice Diot (Fr)
1: André Le Dissez (Fr)
1: Manuel Jorge Dominguez (Esp) 
1: Jean Dotto (Fr)
1: Maarten Ducrot (Hol)
1: Laurent Dufaux (Fr)
1: Samuel Dumoulin (Fr)
1: Jean Dumont (Fr) 
1: Adriano Durante (It) 
1: Leo Duyndam (Hol) 
1: Martin Earley (Ire) 
1: Federico Echave (Esp)
1: Vladimir Efimkin (Rus)
1: Paul Egli (Hel)
1: Viatchesslav Ekimov (Rus)
1: Seamus Elliott (Ire) (1st Irishman to win a stage and wear the Yellow Jersey)
1: Emile Engel (Fr)

1: José María Errandonea (Esp)
1: Cees van Espen (Hol)
1: Fédérico Ezquerra (Sp)
1: Henk Faanhof (Hol)
1: Édouard Fachleitner (It)
1: Tyler Farrar (US)
1: Vito Favero (It)

1: Brice Feillu (Fr) 
1: Paolo Ferreira (Port)
1: Giuseppe Fezzardi (It)
1: Giovanni Fidanza (It)
1: Juan Antonio Flecha (Esp)
1: Amédée Fournier (Fr)
1: Urs Freuler (Ch) 
1: Mogens Frey (Den) (First dane to win a stage)
1: Dario Frigo (It)
1: Herman Frison (Bel)
1: Dominique Gaigne (Fr)
1: Jean Gainche (Fr)
1: Pierre Gallien (Fr)
1: Juan Manuel Garáte (Esp)
1: José Vicente Garcia Acosta (Esp)
1: Bernard Gauthier (Fr)
1: Jean-Louis Gauthier (Fr)
1: Federico Gay (It)

1: Martial Gayant (Fr)
1: Joaquim Galera (Magdelano) (Esp)
1: Walter Generati (It)
1: Linus Gerdemann (Ger)
1: Eugenio Gestri (It)
1: Dante Gianello (It)
1: Philippe Gilbert (Bel)

1: Kurt Gimmi (Hel)
1: Gilbert Glaus (Ch)
1: Jean-Marie Goasmat (Fr)
1: André Godinat (Fr)
1: Altor González (Esp)
1: José Antonio González Linares (Esp)
1: Jaime González Pico (Esp)
1: Aurelio González Puente (Esp)
1: Julián Gorospe (Esp) 
1: Dan de Groot (Hol)
1: Joseph Groussard (Fr)

1: Giuseppe Guerini (It) 
1: Patrice Halgand (Fr)
1: Bo Hamburger (Dan)
1: Tyler Hamilton (US)
1: Andy Hampsten (US)
1: Rob Harmeling (Hol)
1: Ferdi Van Den Haute (Bel)
1: Heinrich Haussler (Ger/Aus)
1: Cyrille van Hauwaert (Fr)

1: Jens Heppner (Ger)
1: Mathieu Hermans (Hol)
1: Fedor den Hertog (Hol)
1: Louis Heusghem (Bel)

1: Yves Hézard (Fr)
1: Jos Hinsen (Hol)
1: Adri van Houwelingen (Hol)
1: Robert Hunter (SA)
1: Marcel Huot (Fr)
1: Omer Huyse (Bel)
1: Emile Idée (Fr)

1: Livio Isotti (It)
1: Maurice Izier (Fr)
1: Jos Jacobs (Bel)
1: Rolf Järmann
1: Zenon Jaskula (Pol)
1: Pascal Jules (Fr)
1: Willy Kemp (Lux)
1: Désiré Keteleer (Bel)
1: Servais Knaven (Hol) 
1: Jan Krekels (Hol)
1: Karsten Kroon (Hol)
1: Bernard Labourdette (Fr)
1: Charles Laeser (Ch)
1: Roberto Laisaka (Esp)
1: Johan Lammerts (Hol)
1: Pablo Lastras (Esp)
1: Michel Laurent (Fr) 
1: Dag Otto Lauritzen (Nor)
1: Christophe Lavainne (Fr)
1: Levi Leipheimer (US) (TT stage win 2007 annulled – admission of doping) 
1: Marino Lejarreta (Esp)
1: Philippe Leleu (Fr)
1: Paul Lemeteyer (Fr)
1: Adolfo Leoni (It)
1: Léon Level (Fr) 
1: Roger Lévêque (Fr)
1: Pascal Lino (Fr)
1: Karl Litschi (Hel) 
1: Frans Maassen (Hol)
1: Erich Mächler (Ch) 
1: Marc Madiot (Fr)
1: Riccardo Magrini (It)
1: François Mahé (Fr) (Team TT)
1: Julien Maitron (Fr)

1: Jean Malléjac (Fr)
1: Henri Manders (Hol) 
1: Giuseppe Martano (It)
1: Daniel Martin (Ire)
1: Raymond Martin (Fr) 
1: Jo Maas (Hol)
1: Henri Massal (Fr)
1: Rodolfo Massi (It)
1: Imerio Massignan (It)

1: Émile Masson Jr (Bel)
1: Raymond Mastrotto (Fr)
1: Hubert Mathis (Fr) 
1: Pierre Matignon (Fr)
1: Joseph Mauclair (Fr)

1: Iban Mayo (Esp)
1: Ettore Meini (It)
1: Frans Melckenbeeck (Bel)
1: Constant Ménager (Fr)
1: Christophe Mengin (Fr) 
1: Denis Menchov (Russ)
1: Pierre-Henri Menthéour (Fr)
1: Arsène Mersch (Lux)
1: Jules Merviel (Fr)

1: Alain Meslet (Fr)
1: Jacques Michaud (Fr)
1: Giovanni Micheletto (It)

1: Mario Minieri (It) 
1: Jean-Luc Molinéris (Fr) 
1: Marcel Molinès (Algerian – first African to win a stage – 1950)
1: Giampaolo Mondini (It) 
1: Christophe Moreau (Fr)
1: Primo Mori (It)
1: Joseph Morvan (Fr)

1: Marcello Mugnaini (It)
1: Édouard Muller (Fr)
1: Joseph Muller (Fr)

1: Javier Murguialday (Esp)
1: Stefan Mutter (Hel)
1: Daniele Nardello (It)
1: José Nazabal (Esp)
1: Wilfried Nelissen (Bel)

1: Willi van Neste (Bel)
1: François Neuville (Bel)
1: Jan Nevens (Bel)
1: Anatole Novak (Fr)

1: Willi Oberbeck (Ger)
1: Abraham Olano (Esp)
1: Juan Martinez Oliver (Esp)
1: Luís Otaño (Arcelus) (Esp)
1: Sergueï Outschakov (UKR)
1: Michele Orecchia (It)
1: Edmond Pagès (Fr)
1: Vladmiro Panizza (It)
1: Aldo Parecchini (It)
1: Fabio Parra (Col)
1: Serge Parsani (It)
1: Sergio Paulinho (Port)

1: Jorgen V. Pedersen (Den)
1: René Pedroli (Hel)
1: Louis Peglion (Fr)

1: Joël Pelier (Fr)
1: Oscar Pereiro (Esp)
1: José Pérez-Francés (Esp)
1: Antonio Pesenti (It)
1: Rudy Pévenage (Bel)
1: Luciano Pezzi (It)
1: Jeff Pierce (US)
1: Jakob Pill (Dan)
1: Thibault Pinot (Fr)
1: Georges Pintens (Bel)

1: Frits Pirard (Hol)
1: Joseph (Jef) Planckaert (Bel) 
1: Walter Planckaert (Bel)
1: Massimo Podenzana (It) 
1: Pascal Poisson (Fr)
1: Eros Poli (It)
1: Henk Poppe (Hol)
1: Yaroslav Popovych (UK) 
1: Jacques Pras (Fr)
1: Louis Proost (Bel)
1: Henri Puppo (Fr)
1: Nairo Quintana (Col)
1: Marcel Queheille (Fr)

1: Bernard Quennehen (Fr)
1: Maurice Quentin (Fr)
1: Bernard Quilfen (Fr)
1: Christian Raymond (Fr)
1: Custodio dos Reis (Port/Fr)
1: Mauro Ribeiro (Bra)

1: Pascal Richard (Ch)
1: Oliverio Rincón (Col)
1: Raymond Riotte (Fr)
1: Joaquim Rodríguez (Fr)

1: Nelson Rodríguez (Col)
1: Aldo Ronconi (Fr)

1: Georges Ronsse (Bel)
1: Fabio Roscioli (It)
1: Giovanni Rossi (It)
1: Jules Rossi (It)
1: Karel Rottiers (Bel)
1: Didier Rous (Fr)
1: Niki Rüttiman (Ch)
1: Bernard Van Rysselberghe (Bel)

1: Tino Sabbadini (Fr)
1: José Samyn (Fr)
1: Samuel Sánchez (Sp)

1: Angel Sarrapio (Esp)
1: Cyril Saugrain (Fr)
1: Albert van Schendel (Holl)
1: Antoon van Schendel (Holl)
1: Julien Schepens (Bel)
1: Alphonse Schepers (Holl)
1: Jean-Pierre Schmitz (Lux)

1: Alberic 'Briek' Schotte (Bel)
1: Gerrit Schulte (Holl)
1: Edy Schütz (Lux)
1: Max Sciandri (UK/It)

1: Eddy Seigneur (Fr) 
1: Marc Sergeant (Bel)
1: Marcos Serrano (Esp)
1: Jérôme Simon (Fr)
1: Pascal Simon (Fr)

1: Régis Simon (Fr)
1: Mauro Simonetti (It)
1: Gilberto Simoni (It) 
1: Jesper Skibby (Dan)
1: Mauricio Soler (Col)
1: Nicki Sorensen (Den)
1: Edgard Sorgeloos (Bel)
1: Neil Stephens (Aus)
1: Julien Stevens (Bel)
1: Kurt Stöpel (Ger – first German to win a stage – 1932)
1: Lucien Storme (Bel)

1: Giuseppe Tacca (It)
1: Pietro Tarchini (Hel)
1: Gert-Jan Theunisse (Hol)
1: Joseph Thomin (Fr)
1: Pedro Torres (Esp)
1: Matteo Tosatto (It)
1: Georg Totschnig (Ost)
1: Mario Traversoni (It)
1: Matteo Trentin (It) 
1: André Trochut (Fr) 
1: Bernard Vallet (Fr)
1: Willy Vanden Berghen (Bel) 
1: Georges Vandenberghe (Bel)
1: Edward Van Dijck (Bel)
1: Jelle Vanendert (Bel)

1: Leo van Vilet (Hol) 
1: Robert Varnajo (Fr) 
1: Alain Vasseur (Fr)
1: Rik Verbrugghe (Bel) 
1: Nico Verhoeven (Hol)
1: Gerard Vianen (Hol)
1: José Viejo (Esp)
1: Adriano Vignoli (It)
1: Eric de Vlaeminck (Bel) 
1: Roger de Vlaeminck (Bel)
1: Bart Voskamp (Hol)
1: Marc Wauters (Bel)
1: Pieter Weening (Hol)
1: Johnny Weltz (Den)
1: Heinz Wengler (Ger)
1: Ludwig Wijnants (Bel)
1: Fons de Wolf (Bel)
1: Marcel Wüst (Ger)
1: Sean Yates (UK)
1: David Zabriske (US) – stage victory later annulled for doping
1: Stefano Zanini (It)  
1: Italo Zilioli (It) 
1: Huub Zilverberg (Holl)