Draai van de Kaai

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Draai van de Kaai
Race details
Date 2nd monday after the Tour de France
Region Roosendaal, Netherlands
Local name(s) Draai van de Kaai (in Dutch)
Discipline Road race
Type criterium
History
First edition Men: 1980 (1980)
Women: 2008 (2008)
Editions Men: 33 (as of 2012)
Women: 5 (as of 2012)
First winner Men
 Bert Oosterbosch (NED)
Women
 Christina Becker (GER)
Most wins

Men
 Jeroen Blijlevens (NED) (2 wins)
 Michael Boogerd (NED) (2 wins)
 Nairo Quintana (COL) "(2 wins)"

Women
 Marianne Vos (NED) (2 wins)
Most recent Men
 Nairo Quintana (COL)
Women
 Iris Slappendel (NED)

Draai van de Kaai (English: Turn of the Quay) is an elite men's and women's professional road bicycle racing event held annually in Roosendaal, Netherlands on the second Monday after the Tour de France. The first edition was in 1980 and since 2008 the event also includes a women's race.[1][2]

Honours[edit]

Men's[edit]

Rider Team
2016 Colombia Pantano, JarlinsonJarlinson Pantano (COL)
2015 Colombia Quintana, NairoNairo Quintana (COL)
2014 Germany Kittel, MarcelMarcel Kittel (GER)
2013 Colombia Quintana, NairoNairo Quintana (COL)
2012 Spain Valverde, AlejandroAlejandro Valverde (ESP)
2011 Spain Sánchez, SamuelSamuel Sánchez (ESP)
2010 Luxembourg Schleck, AndyAndy Schleck (LUX)
2009 United Kingdom Cavendish, MarkMark Cavendish (GBR)
2008 Netherlands Dekker, ThomasThomas Dekker (NED)
2007 Spain Contador, AlbertoAlberto Contador (ESP)
2006 Spain Freire, ÓscarÓscar Freire (ESP)
2005 Italy Basso, IvanIvan Basso (ITA)
2004 Belgium Boonen, TomTom Boonen (BEL)
2003 Kazakhstan Vinokourov, AlexanderAlexander Vinokourov (KAZ)
2002 Netherlands Boogerd, MichaelMichael Boogerd (NED)
2001 France Jalabert, LaurentLaurent Jalabert (FRA)
2000 France Virenque, RichardRichard Virenque (FRA)
1999 United States Armstrong, LanceLance Armstrong (USA)
1998 Netherlands Boogerd, MichaelMichael Boogerd (NED)
1997 Germany Zabel, ErikErik Zabel (GER)
1996 Netherlands Blijlevens, JeroenJeroen Blijlevens (NED)
1995 Netherlands Blijlevens, JeroenJeroen Blijlevens (NED)
1994 Uzbekistan Abdoujaparov, DjamolidineDjamolidine Abdoujaparov (UZB)
1993 Italy Cipollini, MarioMario Cipollini (ITA)
1992 Netherlands Hoffman, TristanTristan Hoffman (NED)
1991 Italy Chiappucci, ClaudioClaudio Chiappucci (ITA)
1990 Netherlands Breukink, ErikErik Breukink (NED)
1989 Australia Anderson, PhilPhil Anderson (AUS)
1988 Netherlands Rooks, StevenSteven Rooks (NED)
1987 Netherlands Lammertink, JosJos Lammertink (NED)
1986 Netherlands van der Velde, JohanJohan van der Velde (NED)
1985 Netherlands Zoetemelk, JoopJoop Zoetemelk (NED)
1984 Netherlands van der Poel, AdrieAdrie van der Poel (NED)
1983 Netherlands Pirard, FritsFrits Pirard (NED)
1982 Netherlands van Houwelingen, AdriAdri van Houwelingen (NED)
1981 Netherlands Knetemann, GerrieGerrie Knetemann (NED)
1980 Netherlands Oosterbosch, BertBert Oosterbosch (NED)

Source[1]

Women's[edit]

2011 Draai van de Kaai with Kirsten Wild and Ellen van Dijk.
Year Winner Second Third
2012 Netherlands Iris Slappendel Netherlands Lucinda Brand Netherlands Thalita de Jong
2011 Netherlands Vera Koedooder Netherlands Loes Gunnewijk Netherlands Marianne Vos
2010 Netherlands Marianne Vos Netherlands Ellen van Dijk Germany Hanka Kupfernagel
2009 Netherlands Marianne Vos Netherlands Suzanne de Goede Australia Chloe Hosking
2008 Germany Christina Becker Netherlands Suzanne de Goede Netherlands Andre Bosman

Source[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Draai van de Kaai". cyclingarchives.com. Retrieved 14 May 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Draai van de Kaai (F)". cyclingarchives.com. Retrieved 14 May 2013. 

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