Chrono Champenois

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Chrono Champenois
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Race details
Date September
Local name(s) Chrono Champenois (in French)
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Europe Tour
UCI Women's Road Rankings
Type Single-day
Organiser Bétheny Sport Organisation
History
First edition ♀ 1989 (1989)
♂ 1998 (1998)
Editions ♀ 24 (as of 2013)
♂ 15 (as of 2013)
First winner  Nathalie Six (FRA)
 László Bodrogi (HUN)
Most wins  Jeannie Longo (FRA)
 Karin Thürig (SUI)
(4 wins)
 Adriano Malori (ITA) (2 wins)
Most recent  Katrin Garfoot (AUS)
 Daniel Westmattelmann (GER)

The Chrono Champenois is a European individual time trial bicycle race held around Bétheny in France, in the Champagne region. The race has been organised as a 1.2 event since 1989 for women's and since 1998 there is also a men's race which is part of the UCI Europe Tour. The women's race is fully called: Chrono Champenois - Trophée Européen. The 2017 event was cancelled late in the season, with the organiser planning to hold the race again in 2018.[1]

Winners[edit]

Men's (Chrono Champenois)[edit]

Rider Team
1998 Hungary Bodrogi, LászlóLászló Bodrogi (HUN) VC Lyon Vaulx-en-Velin
1999 Lithuania Balčiūnas, LinasLinas Balčiūnas (LTU) Saint Quentin-Oktos-MBK
2000 No race
2001 Luxembourg Fogen, StèveStève Fogen (LUX) Luxembourg national team
2002 Lithuania Vaitkus, TomasTomas Vaitkus (LTU) SC Zoccorinese
2003 France Bergès, Émilien-BenoîtÉmilien-Benoît Bergès (FRA) France national team
2004 Belarus Kunitski, AndreiAndrei Kunitski (BLR) Palazzago-Vellutex
2005 Netherlands Heijboer, MathieuMathieu Heijboer (NED) Rabobank Continental Team
2006 Finland Helminen, MattiMatti Helminen (FIN) Profel-Ziegler Continental Team
2007 Australia Wurf, CameronCameron Wurf (AUS) Australia national team
2008 Italy Malori, AdrianoAdriano Malori (ITA) Team Filmop
2009 Italy Malori, AdrianoAdriano Malori (ITA) Bottoli Nordelettrica
2010 Denmark Quaade, RasmusRasmus Quaade (DEN) Team Designa Køkken-Blue Water
2011 Australia Durbridge, LukeLuke Durbridge (AUS) Australia national team
2012 Australia Dennis, RohanRohan Dennis (AUS) Team Jayco-AIS
2013 Australia Flakemore, CampbellCampbell Flakemore (AUS) Australia national team
2014 Denmark Quaade, RasmusRasmus Quaade (DEN) Trefor-Blue Water
2015 Italy Ganna, FilippoFilippo Ganna (ITA) Lampre-Merida
2016 Germany Westmattelmann, DanielDaniel Westmattelmann (GER) Team Kuota–Lotto

Women's (Chrono Champenois - Trophée Européen)[edit]

Rider Team
1989 France Six, NathalieNathalie Six (FRA)
1990 France Gendron, NathalieNathalie Gendron (FRA)
1991 France Gendron, NathalieNathalie Gendron (FRA)
1992 France Longo, JeannieJeannie Longo (FRA)
1993 Russia Samokhvalova, SvetlanaSvetlana Samokhvalova (RUS)
1994 Russia Samokhvalova, SvetlanaSvetlana Samokhvalova (RUS)
1995 France Longo, JeannieJeannie Longo (FRA)
1996 France Longo, JeannieJeannie Longo (FRA)
1997 Italy Cappellotto, AlessandraAlessandra Cappellotto (ITA)
1998 Kazakhstan Zabirova, ZoulfiaZoulfia Zabirova (KAZ)
1999 France Longo, JeannieJeannie Longo (FRA)
2000 No race
2001 New Zealand Nicol Robb, KirstyKirsty Nicol Robb (NZL)
2002 Kazakhstan Zabirova, ZoulfiaZoulfia Zabirova (KAZ)
2003 Germany Kupfernagel, HankaHanka Kupfernagel (GER)
2004 Switzerland Thürig, KarinKarin Thürig (SUI)
2005 Netherlands Watt, KathyKathy Watt (NED)
2006 Switzerland Thürig, KarinKarin Thürig (SUI)
2007 Switzerland Thürig, KarinKarin Thürig (SUI) Raleigh Lifeforce Pro Cycling Team
2008 Switzerland Thürig, KarinKarin Thürig (SUI) Cervélo Lifeforce Pro Cycling Team
2009 United Kingdom Houvenaghel, WendyWendy Houvenaghel (GBR)
2010 Canada Samplonius, AnneAnne Samplonius (CAN) Canada national team
2011 Germany Arndt, JudithJudith Arndt (GER) HTC–Highroad Women
2012 United Kingdom Houvenaghel, WendyWendy Houvenaghel (GBR) Great Britain national team
2013 Netherlands van Dijk, EllenEllen van Dijk (NED) Specialized–lululemon
2014 Ukraine Solovey, HannaHanna Solovey (UKR) Ukraine national team
2015 Belgium Duyck, Ann-SophieAnn-Sophie Duyck (BEL) Topsport Vlaanderen–Pro-Duo
2016 Australia Garfoot, KatrinKatrin Garfoot (AUS) Orica–AIS

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fruch, Franck (18 August 2017). "Le Chrono Champenois annulé". Vélo 101. Retrieved 18 January 2018. 

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