Giro del Capo

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Giro del Capo
Race details
Date March
Region around Cape Town, South Africa
Local name(s) Giro del Capo
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Africa Tour 2.2
Type Stage race
First edition 1992 (1992)
Editions 19
Final edition 2010
First winner  Andrew Maclean (RSA)
Most wins  Andrew Maclean (RSA)
 David George (RSA) (both 4)
Final winner  David George (RSA)

The Giro del Capo is a road cycling stage race held in the vicinity of Cape Town, South Africa. The 2009 edition was held in the form of four challenges.[1] The last edition, held in 2010, was ranked as 2.2 by the UCI and was part of the UCI Africa Tour.[2]


Year Winner Second Third
1992  Andrew Maclean (RSA)
1993  Andrew Maclean (RSA)  Willy Engelbrecht (RSA)  Mikhail Teteriouk (KAZ)
1994  Andrew Maclean (RSA)
1995  Michael Andersson (SWE)  Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ)
1996  Scott Mercier (USA)  Andrew Maclean (RSA)  Sergueï Ivanov (RUS)
1997  Andrew Maclean (RSA)  Matt White (AUS)  Paul Brosnan (AUS)
1998  Timothy David Jones (ZIM)  Harald Morscher (AUT)  Salvatore Commesso (ITA)
1999  Davy Dubbeldam (NED)  David George (RSA)  Nicolas White (RSA)
2000  Nicolas White (RSA)  Kosie Loubser (RSA)  Jac-Louis Van Wyck (RSA)
2001  Piotr Chmielewski (POL)  Nicolas White (RSA)  Lubor Tesař (CZE)
2002  David George (RSA)  Daniel Spence (RSA)  Piotr Chmielewski (POL)
2003  David George (RSA)  Darren Lill (RSA)  Jacobus Odendaal (RSA)
2004  David George (RSA)  Neil MacDonald (RSA)  Lubor Tesař (CZE)
2005  Tiaan Kannemeyer (RSA)  Ryan Cox (RSA)  David Kopp (GER)
2006  Peter Velits (SVK)  David George (RSA)  Ryan Cox (RSA)
2007  Alexander Efimkin (RUS)  Félix Cardenas (COL)  David George (RSA)
2008  Christian Pfannberger (AUT)  Chris Froome (GBR)  Jacques Janse van Rensburg (RSA)
Year Challenge 1 Challenge 2 Challenge 3 Challenge 4
2009  Robert Hunter (RSA)  Chris Froome (GBR)  Steven Cummings (GBR)  Arran Brown (RSA)
Year First Second Third
2010  David George (RSA)  Kevin Evans (RSA)  Burry Stander (RSA)


  1. ^ Jean-François Quénet (27 February 2009). "Giro del Capo changes format for 2009". Cycling News (Future Publishing Limited). Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "No Giro del Capo in 2011". Crank Cycling News. 23 November 2010. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 

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