L'Équipe Champion of Champions

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L'Équipe Champion of Champions (French: Champion des champions de L'Équipe) is an award presented by French publication L'Équipe.

International[edit]

Year Winner Sport
1980
United States Eric Heiden
Speed Skating
1981
United Kingdom Sebastian Coe
Athletics
1982
Italy Paolo Rossi
Football
1983
United States Carl Lewis
Athletics
1984
United States Carl Lewis
Athletics
1985
Soviet Union Sergey Bubka
Athletics
1986
Argentina Diego Maradona
Football
1987
Canada Ben Johnson *
Athletics
1988
United States Florence Griffith-Joyner
Athletics
1989
United States Greg LeMond
Cycling
1990
Brazil Ayrton Senna
Formula One
1991
United States Carl Lewis
Athletics
1992
United States Michael Jordan
Basketball
1993
Algeria Noureddine Morceli
Athletics
1994
Brazil Romario
Football
1995
United Kingdom Jonathan Edwards
Athletics
1996
United States Michael Johnson
Athletics
1997
Ukraine Sergey Bubka
Athletics
1998
France Zinedine Zidane
Football
1999
United States Andre Agassi
Tennis
2000
United States Tiger Woods
Golf
2001
Germany Michael Schumacher
Formula One
2002
Germany Michael Schumacher
Formula One
2003
Germany Michael Schumacher
Formula One
2004
Morocco Hicham El Guerrouj
Athletics
2005
Switzerland Roger Federer
Tennis
2006
Switzerland Roger Federer
Tennis
2007
Switzerland Roger Federer
Tennis
2008
Jamaica Usain Bolt
Athletics
2009
Jamaica Usain Bolt
Athletics
2010
Spain Rafael Nadal
Tennis
2011
Argentina Lionel Messi
Football
Year Male Winner Sport Female Winner Sport
2012
Jamaica Usain Bolt
Athletics
United States Serena Williams
Tennis
2013
Spain Rafael Nadal
Tennis
United States Serena Williams
Tennis
*(award taken away after doping scandal)

France[edit]

Year Winner Sport
1946
Jean Séphériades
Rowing
1947
Christian d'Oriola
Fencing
1948
Marcel Cerdan
Boxing
1949
Alain Mimoun
Athletics
1950
Papa Gallo Thiam
Athletics
1951
Puig Aubert
Rugby league
1952
Jean Boiteux
Swimming
1953
Louison Bobet
Cycling
1954
Louison Bobet (2)
Cycling
1955
Raymond Kopa
Football
1956
Alain Mimoun (2)
Athletics
1957
Roger Rivière
Cycling
1958
Raymond Kopa (2)
Football
1959
Lucien Mias
Rugby union
1960
Michel Jazy
Athletics
1961
Guy Périllat
Alpine skiing
1962
Michel Jazy (2)
Athletics
1963
Jacques Anquetil
Cycling
1964
Marielle Goitschel
Alpine skiing
1965
Michel Jazy (3)
Athletics
1966
Alain Mosconi
Swimming
1967
Jean-Claude Killy
Alpine skiing
1968
Jean-Claude Killy (2)
Alpine skiing
1969
Nicole Duclos
Athletics
1970
Jean-Claude Nallet
Athletics
1971
Jean-Claude Bouttier
Régis Ovion
Boxing
Cycling
1972
Daniel Morelon
Cycling
1973
François Cevert
Formula One
1974
Guy Drut
Raymond Poulidor
Athletics
Cycling
1975
Guy Drut (2)
Bernard Thévenet
Athletics
Cycling
1976
Guy Drut (3)
Athletics
1977
Michel Platini
Football
1978
Bernard Hinault
Cycling
1979
Bernard Hinault (2)
Cycling
1980
Bernard Hinault (3)
Cycling
1981
Bernard Hinault (4)
Cycling
1982
Alain Giresse
Football
1983
Yannick Noah
Tennis
1984
Michel Platini (2)
Football
1985
Alain Prost
Formula One
1986
Alain Prost (2)
Formula One
1987
Jeannie Longo
Cycling
1988
Jean-François Lamour
Fencing
1989
Alain Prost (3)
Formula One
1990
Florence Arthaud
Max Morinière
Daniel Sangouma
Jean-Charles Trouabal
Bruno Marie-Rose
Sailing


Athletics
1991
Guy Forget
Henri Leconte
Tennis
1992
Marie-José Pérec
Athletics
1993
Alain Prost (4)
Formula One
1994
Luc Leblanc
Cycling
1995
David Douillet
Judo
1996
Marie-José Pérec (2)
Athletics
1997
Luc Alphand
Alpine skiing
1998
Zinedine Zidane
Football
1999
Eunice Barber
Athletics
2000
David Douillet (2)
Judo
2001
Jackson Richardson
Handball
2002
Carole Montillet
Alpine skiing
2003
Tony Parker
Basketball
2004
Laure Manaudou
Swimming
2005
Ladji Doucouré
Athletics
2006
Laure Manaudou (2)
Swimming
2007
Sébastien Loeb
Monaco Daniel Elena
Rallying
2008
Alain Bernard
Swimming
2009
Sébastien Loeb (2)
Monaco Daniel Elena (2)
Rallying
2010
Christophe Lemaitre
Athletics
2011
Nikola Karabatić
Handball
Year Male Winner Sport Female Winner Sport
2012
Teddy Riner
Judo
Camille Muffat
Swimming
2013
Tony Parker
Basketball
Marion Bartoli
Tennis

See also[edit]