Souvenir Jacques Goddet

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The Souvenir Jacques Goddet is a prize on the cyclist race Tour de France since 2001 in a honour of former Tour de France director and French sports journalist Jacques Goddet. It is usually given to the rider who first climbs famous Col du Tourmalet. The prize money the first climber gets is €5000. No rider has ever won the Souvenir Jacques Goddet twice.

Jacques Goddet Memorial on Col du Tourmalet

List of winners[edit]

Year Rider Team
2014  Blel Kadri (FRA)  AG2R-La Mondiale (FRA)
2013 - -
2012  Thomas Voeckler (FRA)  Europcar (FRA)
2011  Jérémy Roy (FRA)  FDJ (FRA)
2010  Christophe Moreau (FRA)  Caisse d'Epargne (ESP)
2009  Franco Pellizotti (ITA)  Liquigas (ITA)
2008  Rémy Di Gregorio (FRA)  Française des Jeux (FRA)
20071  Rubén Pérez (ESP)  Euskaltel-Euskadi (ESP)
2006  David de la Fuente (ESP)  Saunier Duval-Prodir (ESP)
2005 - -
2004 - -
2003  Sylvain Chavanel (FRA)  Bonjour (FRA)
20021  Laurent Jalabert  (FRA)  Team CSC (DEN)
2001  Sven Montgomery  (SUI)  Française des Jeux (FRA)

1 In these years the Souvenir Jacques Goddet was not awarded at Col du Tourmalet:

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