List of teams and cyclists in the 2014 Tour de France

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A map of the world showing the amount of riders per nation represented in the race.
The amount of riders per nation represented in the 2014 Tour de France:
  20+
  10–19
  2–9
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The 2014 Tour de France was the 101st edition of the race, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The 3,358.1-kilometre (2,086.6 mi) race included 21 stages, starting in Leeds, United Kingdom, on 5 July and finishing on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on 27 July.[1]

Twenty-two teams participated in the 2014 edition of the Tour de France.[2] All of the eighteen UCI ProTeams were automatically invited, and obliged, to attend the race.[3] On 14 January 2015, the organiser of the Tour, Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO), announced the five second-tier UCI Professional Continental teams given wildcard invitations: Cofidis, NetApp–Endura, Bretagne–Séché Environnement and IAM Cycling.[4] The team presentation – where each team's roster are introduced in front of the media and local dignitaries – took place at the First Direct Arena in Leeds, United Kingdom, on 3 July, two days before the opening stage held in the city. The riders arrvied to the arena by a ceremonial ride from the University of Leeds. The event included performances from Embrace and Opera North in front of an audience of 10,000.[5]

The number of riders allowed per squad was nine, therefore the start list contained a total of 198 riders.[6] Of this, 47 were riding the Tour de France for the first time.[7] From the riders that began the race, 174 made it to the finish in Paris.[8] The riders came from 33 countries; France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, Australia and Belgium all had 10 or more riders in the race.[9] Giant–Shimano's Ji Cheng was the first Chinese rider to participate in the Tour.[10] Riders from eight countries won stages during the race; German riders won the largest number of stages, with seven.[11] The average age of riders in the race was 29.88 years,[12] ranging from the 20-year-old Danny van Poppel to the 42-year-old Jens Voigt, both Trek Factory Racing riders.[13] Of the total average ages, Garmin–Sharp was the youngest team and Trek Factory Racing the oldest.[12]

Teams[edit]

The BMC Racing Team before the stage of the fourth stage in Le Touquet-Paris-Plage

UCI ProTeams

UCI Professional Continental teams

Cyclists[edit]

Legend
No. Starting number worn by the rider during the Tour
Pos. Position in the general classification
Time Deficit to the winner of the general classification
dagger Denotes riders born on or after 1 January 1989 eligible for the young rider classification[14]
Yellow jersey Denotes the winner of the general classification[15]
Green jersey Denotes the winner of the points classification[15]
White jersey with red polka dots jersey Denotes the winner of the mountains classification[15]
White jersey Denotes the winner of the young rider classification (eligibility indicated by dagger)[15]
A white jersey with a yellow dossard Denotes riders that represent the winner of the teams classification[15]
A white jersey with a red dossard Denotes the winner of the super-combativity award[15]
DNS Denotes a rider who did not start a stage, followed by the stage before which he withdrew
DNF Denotes a rider who did not finish a stage, followed by the stage in which he withdrew
DSQ Denotes a rider who was disqualified from the race, followed by the stage in which this occurred
HD Denotes a rider who finished outside the time limit, followed by the stage in which he did so
Age correct as of 5 July 2014, the date on which the Tour began

By starting number[edit]

No. Name Nationality Team Age Pos. Time Ref
1 Chris Froome  United Kingdom Team Sky 29 194DNF-5 [16][17]
2 Bernhard Eisel  Austria Team Sky 33 126 + 4h 13' 21" [16]
3 Vasil Kiryienka  Belarus Team Sky 33 86 + 3h 30' 23" [16]
4 David López  Spain Team Sky 33 105 + 3h 45' 13" [16]
5 Mikel Nieve  Spain Team Sky 30 18 + 46' 31" [16]
6 Danny Pate  United States Team Sky 35 153 + 4h 47' 52" [16]
7 Richie Porte  Australia Team Sky 29 23 + 1h 01' 08" [16]
8 Geraint Thomas  United Kingdom Team Sky 28 22 + 59' 14" [16]
9 Xabier Zandio  Spain Team Sky 37 190DNF-6 [16][18]
11 Alejandro Valverde  Spain Movistar Team 34 4 + 9' 40" [19]
12 Imanol Erviti  Spain Movistar Team 30 81 + 3h 22' 48" [19]
13 John Gadret  France Movistar Team 35 19 + 47' 30" [19]
14 Jesús Herrada dagger  Spain Movistar Team 23 61 + 2h 53' 18" [19]
15 Beñat Intxausti  Spain Movistar Team 28 114 + 3h 55' 53" [19]
16 Jon Izagirre dagger  Spain Movistar Team 25 41 + 2h 00' 50" [19]
17 Rubén Plaza  Spain Movistar Team 34 91 + 3h 38' 27" [19]
18 José Joaquín Rojas  Spain Movistar Team 29 165DSQ-18 [19][20]
19 Giovanni Visconti  Italy Movistar Team 31 37 + 1h 56' 28" [19]
21 Joaquim Rodríguez  Spain Team Katusha 35 54 + 2h 45' 17" [21]
22 Vladimir Isaichev  Russia Team Katusha 28 157 + 4h 58' 30" [21]
23 Alexander Kristoff  Norway Team Katusha 27 125 + 4h 11' 46" [21]
24 Luca Paolini  Italy Team Katusha 37 136 + 4h 29' 43" [21]
25 Alexander Porsev  Russia Team Katusha 28 174HD-13 [21][22]
26 Egor Silin  Russia Team Katusha 26 191DNF-6 [21][18]
27 Gatis Smukulis  Latvia Team Katusha 27 100 + 3h 43' 25" [21]
28 Simon Špilak  Slovenia Team Katusha 28 167DNF-17 [21][23]
29 Yuri Trofimov  Russia Team Katusha 30 14 + 36' 41" [21]
31 Alberto Contador  Spain Tinkoff–Saxo 31 182DNF-10 [24][25]
32 Daniele Bennati  Italy Tinkoff–Saxo 33 96 + 3h 40' 46" [24]
33 Jesús Hernández  Spain Tinkoff–Saxo 32 192DNF-6 [24][26]
34 Rafał Majka dagger White jersey with red polka dots  Poland Tinkoff–Saxo 24 44 + 2h 17' 53" [24]
35 Michael Mørkøv  Denmark Tinkoff–Saxo 29 134 + 4h 26' 29" [24]
36 Sérgio Paulinho  Portugal Tinkoff–Saxo 34 89 + 3h 36' 33" [24]
37 Nicolas Roche  Ireland Tinkoff–Saxo 30 39 + 1h 58' 45" [24]
38 Michael Rogers  Australia Tinkoff–Saxo 34 26 + 1h 17' 53" [24]
39 Matteo Tosatto  Italy Tinkoff–Saxo 40 119 + 4h 01' 53" [24]
41 Vincenzo Nibali Yellow jersey  Italy Astana 29 1 89h 59' 06" [27]
42 Jakob Fuglsang  Denmark Astana 29 36 + 1h 54' 50" [27]
43 Andriy Hrivko  Ukraine Astana 30 95 + 3h 39' 28" [27]
44 Dmitriy Gruzdev  Kazakhstan Astana 28 130 + 4h 22' 33" [27]
45 Maxim Iglinsky  Kazakhstan Astana 33 129 + 4h 22' 07" [27]
46 Tanel Kangert  Estonia Astana 27 20 + 52' 11" [27]
47 Michele Scarponi  Italy Astana 34 49 + 2h 31' 40" [27]
48 Alessandro Vanotti  Italy Astana 33 147 + 4h 42' 48" [27]
49 Lieuwe Westra  Netherlands Astana 31 79 + 3h 21' 04" [27]
51 Peter Sagan dagger Green jersey  Slovakia Cannondale 24 60 + 2h 52' 52" [28]
52 Maciej Bodnar  Poland Cannondale 29 112 + 3h 52' 52" [28]
53 Alessandro De Marchi White jersey with a red dossard  Italy Cannondale 28 52 + 2h 34' 54" [28]
54 Ted King  United States Cannondale 31 183DNF-10 [28][29]
55 Kristijan Koren  Slovenia Cannondale 27 135 + 4h 29' 14" [28]
56 Marco Marcato  Italy Cannondale 30 80 + 3h 21' 16" [28]
57 Jean-Marc Marino  France Cannondale 30 160 + 5h 03' 46" [28]
58 Fabio Sabatini  Italy Cannondale 29 118 + 4h 01' 21" [28]
59 Elia Viviani dagger  Italy Cannondale 25 162 + 5h 10' 40" [28]
61 Bauke Mollema  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 27 10 + 21' 15" [30]
62 Lars Boom  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 28 97 + 3h 41' 24" [30]
63 Stef Clement  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 31 188DNF-7 [30][31]
64 Steven Kruijswijk  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 27 15 + 38' 15" [30]
65 Tom Leezer  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 28 133 + 4h 24' 21" [30]
66 Bram Tankink  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 35 40 + 1h 59' 02" [30]
67 Laurens ten Dam  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 33 9 + 18' 11" [30]
68 Sep Vanmarcke  Belgium Belkin Pro Cycling 25 106 + 3h 45' 54" [30]
69 Maarten Wynants  Belgium Belkin Pro Cycling 32 117 + 4h 01' 09" [30]
71 Mark Cavendish  United Kingdom Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 29 198DNS-2 [32][33]
72 Jan Bakelants  Belgium Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 28 24 + 1h 06' 28" [32]
73 Michał Gołaś  Poland Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 30 55 + 2h 49' 03" [32]
74 Michał Kwiatkowski dagger  Poland Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 24 28 + 1h 21' 55" [32]
75 Tony Martin  Germany Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 29 47 + 2h 25' 35" [32]
76 Alessandro Petacchi  Italy Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 40 148 + 4h 44' 47" [32]
77 Mark Renshaw  Australia Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 31 142 + 4h 39' 03" [32]
78 Niki Terpstra  Netherlands Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 30 94 + 3h 39' 04" [32]
79 Matteo Trentin dagger  Italy Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 24 93 + 3h 38' 56" [32]
81 Jean-Christophe Péraud White jersey with a yellow dossard  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 37 2 + 7' 37" [34]
82 Romain Bardet dagger White jersey with a yellow dossard  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 24 6 + 11' 26" [34]
83 Mikaël Cherel White jersey with a yellow dossard  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 28 59 + 2h 52' 00" [34]
84 Samuel Dumoulin White jersey with a yellow dossard  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 33 90 + 3h 38' 04" [34]
85 Ben Gastauer White jersey with a yellow dossard  Luxembourg Ag2r–La Mondiale 26 21 + 58' 00" [34]
86 Blel Kadri White jersey with a yellow dossard  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 27 84 + 3h 26' 23" [34]
87 Sébastien Minard White jersey with a yellow dossard  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 32 99 + 3h 42' 23" [34]
88 Matteo Montaguti White jersey with a yellow dossard  Italy Ag2r–La Mondiale 30 66 + 2h 55' 47" [34]
89 Christophe Riblon White jersey with a yellow dossard  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 33 120 + 4h 04' 00" [34]
91 Andrew Talansky  United States Garmin–Sharp 25 179DNS-12 [35][36]
92 Janier Acevedo  Colombia Garmin–Sharp 28 175DNF-13 [35][37]
93 Jack Bauer  New Zealand Garmin–Sharp 29 137 + 4h 29' 57" [35]
94 Alex Howes  United States Garmin–Sharp 26 127 + 4h 18' 43" [35]
95 Ben King dagger  United States Garmin–Sharp 25 53 + 2h 41' 59" [35]
96 Sebastian Langeveld  Netherlands Garmin–Sharp 29 140 + 4h 34' 29" [35]
97 Ramūnas Navardauskas  Lithuania Garmin–Sharp 26 141 + 4h 37' 42" [35]
98 Tom-Jelte Slagter dagger  Netherlands Garmin–Sharp 25 56 + 2h 49' 20" [35]
99 Johan Vansummeren  Belgium Garmin–Sharp 33 74 + 3h 08' 40" [35]
101 Marcel Kittel  Germany Giant–Shimano 26 161 + 5h 06' 27" [38]
102 Roy Curvers  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 34 116 + 3h 58' 23" [38]
103 Koen de Kort  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 31 92 + 3h 38' 52" [38]
104 John Degenkolb dagger  Germany Giant–Shimano 25 123 + 4h 06' 42" [38]
105 Dries Devenyns  Belgium Giant–Shimano 30 172DNF-14 [38][39]
106 Tom Dumoulin dagger  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 23 33 + 1h 48' 00" [38]
107 Ji Cheng  China Giant–Shimano 26 164 + 6h 02' 24" [38]
108 Albert Timmer  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 29 146 + 4h 42' 28" [38]
109 Tom Veelers  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 29 155 + 4h 53' 23" [38]
111 Rui Costa  Portugal Lampre–Merida 27 170DNS-16 [40][41]
112 Davide Cimolai dagger  Italy Lampre–Merida 24 163 + 5h 11' 58" [40]
113 Kristijan Đurasek  Croatia Lampre–Merida 26 46 + 2h 21' 18" [40]
114 Chris Horner  United States Lampre–Merida 42 17 + 44' 31" [40]
115 Sacha Modolo  Italy Lampre–Merida 27 197DNF-2 [40][42]
116 Nelson Oliveira dagger  Portugal Lampre–Merida 25 87 + 3h 30' 36" [40]
117 Maximiliano Richeze  Argentina Lampre–Merida 31 193DNS-6 [40][26]
118 José Serpa  Colombia Lampre–Merida 35 48 + 2h 29' 06" [40]
119 Rafael Valls  Spain Lampre–Merida 27 173DNF-14 [40][43]
121 Arnaud Démare dagger  France FDJ.fr 22 159 + 5h 00' 29" [44]
122 William Bonnet  France FDJ.fr 32 158 + 4h 59' 57" [44]
123 Mickaël Delage  France FDJ.fr 28 143 + 4h 39' 40" [44]
124 Arnold Jeannesson  France FDJ.fr 28 30 + 1h 33' 27" [44]
125 Mathieu Ladagnous  France FDJ.fr 29 76 + 3h 14' 41" [44]
126 Cédric Pineau  France FDJ.fr 29 102 + 3h 44' 22" [44]
127 Thibaut Pinot dagger White jersey  France FDJ.fr 24 3 + 8' 15" [44]
128 Jérémy Roy  France FDJ.fr 31 57 + 2h 49' 28" [44]
129 Arthur Vichot  France FDJ.fr 25 177DNF-13 [44][45]
131 Jurgen Van den Broeck  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 31 13 + 34' 01" [46]
132 Lars Bak  Denmark Lotto–Belisol 34 82 + 3h 23' 41" [46]
133 Bart De Clercq  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 27 185DNF-8 [46][47]
134 Tony Gallopin  France Lotto–Belisol 26 29 + 1h 29' 24" [46]
135 André Greipel  Germany Lotto–Belisol 31 149 + 4h 44' 54" [46]
136 Adam Hansen  Australia Lotto–Belisol 33 64 + 2h 54' 18" [46]
137 Greg Henderson  New Zealand Lotto–Belisol 37 195DNF-4 [46][47]
138 Jürgen Roelandts  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 29 111 + 3h 52' 39" [46]
139 Marcel Sieberg  Germany Lotto–Belisol 32 145 + 4h 41' 21" [46]
141 Tejay van Garderen  United States BMC Racing Team 25 5 + 11' 24" [48]
142 Darwin Atapuma  Colombia BMC Racing Team 26 187DNF-7 [48][31]
143 Marcus Burghardt  Germany BMC Racing Team 31 154 + 4h 48' 40" [48]
144 Amaël Moinard  France BMC Racing Team 32 45 + 2h 19' 13" [48]
145 Daniel Oss  Italy BMC Racing Team 27 69 + 2h 58' 41" [48]
146 Michael Schär   Switzerland BMC Racing Team 27 43 + 2h 09' 43" [48]
147 Peter Stetina  United States BMC Racing Team 26 35 + 1h 52' 36" [48]
148 Greg Van Avermaet  Belgium BMC Racing Team 29 38 + 1h 56' 34" [48]
149 Peter Velits  Slovakia BMC Racing Team 29 27 + 1h 19' 38" [48]
151 Pierre Rolland  France Team Europcar 27 11 + 23' 07" [49]
152 Yukiya Arashiro  Japan Team Europcar 29 65 + 2h 55' 27" [49]
153 Bryan Coquard dagger  France Team Europcar 22 104 + 3h 44' 45" [49]
154 Cyril Gautier  France Team Europcar 26 25 + 1h 08' 47" [49]
155 Yohann Gène  France Team Europcar 33 128 + 4h 19' 11" [49]
156 Alexandre Pichot  France Team Europcar 31 107 + 3h 46' 35" [49]
157 Perrig Quéméneur  France Team Europcar 30 83 + 3h 25' 46" [49]
158 Kévin Reza  France Team Europcar 26 73 + 3h 08' 12" [49]
159 Thomas Voeckler  France Team Europcar 35 42 + 2h 08' 38" [49]
161 Fränk Schleck  Luxembourg Trek Factory Racing 34 12 + 25' 48" [50]
162 Matthew Busche  United States Trek Factory Racing 29 98 + 3h 41' 58" [50]
163 Fabian Cancellara   Switzerland Trek Factory Racing 33 180DNS-11 [50][51]
164 Markel Irizar  Spain Trek Factory Racing 34 63 + 2h 53' 44" [50]
165 Grégory Rast   Switzerland Trek Factory Racing 34 101 + 3h 43' 37" [50]
166 Andy Schleck  Luxembourg Trek Factory Racing 29 196DNS-4 [50][52]
167 Danny van Poppel dagger  Netherlands Trek Factory Racing 20 189DNF-7 [50][31]
168 Jens Voigt  Germany Trek Factory Racing 42 108 + 3h 46' 37" [50]
169 Haimar Zubeldia  Spain Trek Factory Racing 37 8 + 17' 57" [50]
171 Daniel Navarro  Spain Cofidis 30 176DNF-13 [53][54]
172 Nicolas Edet  France Cofidis 26 77 + 3h 19' 34" [53]
173 Egoitz García  Spain Cofidis 28 184DNF-9 [53][55]
174 Cyril Lemoine  France Cofidis 31 110 + 3h 47' 16" [53]
175 Luis Ángel Maté  Spain Cofidis 30 31 + 1h 36' 52" [53]
176 Rudy Molard dagger  France Cofidis 24 51 + 2h 34' 22" [53]
177 Adrien Petit dagger  France Cofidis 23 156 + 4h 58' 20" [53]
178 Julien Simon  France Cofidis 28 109 + 3h 46' 56" [53]
179 Rein Taaramäe  Estonia Cofidis 27 88 + 3h 35' 01" [53]
181 Simon Gerrans  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 34 169DNS-17 [56][57]
182 Michael Albasini   Switzerland Orica–GreenEDGE 33 70 + 3h 05' 51" [56]
183 Simon Clarke  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 27 113 + 3h 55' 38" [56]
184 Luke Durbridge dagger  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 23 122 + 4h 05' 59" [56]
185 Mathew Hayman  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 36 181DNF-10 [56][58]
186 Jens Keukeleire  Belgium Orica–GreenEDGE 25 67 + 2h 56' 12" [56]
187 Christian Meier  Canada Orica–GreenEDGE 29 121 + 4h 05' 13" [56]
188 Svein Tuft  Canada Orica–GreenEDGE 37 131 + 4h 22' 52" [56]
189 Simon Yates dagger  United Kingdom Orica–GreenEDGE 21 171DNS-16 [56][59]
191 Mathias Frank   Switzerland IAM Cycling 27 186DNS-8 [60][61]
192 Sylvain Chavanel  France IAM Cycling 35 34 + 1h 48' 13" [60]
193 Martin Elmiger   Switzerland IAM Cycling 35 75 + 3h 12' 10" [60]
194 Heinrich Haussler  Australia IAM Cycling 30 166DNF-18 [60][62]
195 Reto Hollenstein   Switzerland IAM Cycling 28 168DNS-17 [60][63]
196 Roger Kluge  Germany IAM Cycling 28 139 + 4h 33' 45" [60]
197 Jérôme Pineau  France IAM Cycling 34 58 + 2h 51' 46" [60]
198 Sébastien Reichenbach dagger   Switzerland IAM Cycling 25 85 + 3h 27' 52" [60]
199 Marcel Wyss   Switzerland IAM Cycling 28 32 + 1h 38' 27" [60]
201 Leopold König  Czech Republic NetApp–Endura 26 7 + 14' 32" [64]
202 Jan Bárta  Czech Republic NetApp–Endura 29 71 + 3h 07' 18" [64]
203 David de la Cruz dagger  Spain NetApp–Endura 25 178DNF-12 [64][65]
204 Zak Dempster  Australia NetApp–Endura 26 151 + 4h 45' 04" [64]
205 Bartosz Huzarski  Poland NetApp–Endura 33 68 + 2h 58' 00" [64]
206 Tiago Machado  Portugal NetApp–Endura 28 72 + 3h 08' 03" [64]
207 José Mendes  Portugal NetApp–Endura 29 124 + 4h 07' 34" [64]
208 Andreas Schillinger  Germany NetApp–Endura 30 144 + 4h 40' 06" [64]
209 Paul Voss  Germany NetApp–Endura 28 50 + 2h 32' 48" [64]
211 Brice Feillu  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 28 16 + 43' 59" [66]
212 Jean-Marc Bideau  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 30 115 + 3h 58' 08" [66]
213 Anthony Delaplace dagger  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 24 78 + 3h 20' 48" [66]
214 Romain Feillu  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 30 150 + 4h 45' 04" [66]
215 Armindo Fonseca dagger  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 25 138 + 4h 30' 52" [66]
216 Arnaud Gérard  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 29 132 + 4h 24' 15" [66]
217 Florian Guillou  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 31 62 + 2h 53' 20" [66]
218 Benoît Jarrier dagger  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 25 152 + 4h 46' 28" [66]
219 Florian Vachon  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 29 103 + 3h 44' 40" [66]

By team[edit]

Team Sky (SKY)
No. Rider Pos.
1  Chris Froome (GBR) DNF-5
2  Bernhard Eisel (AUT) 126
3  Vasil Kiryienka (BLR) 86
4  David López (ESP) 105
5  Mikel Nieve (ESP) 18
6  Danny Pate (USA) 153
7  Richie Porte (AUS) 23
8  Geraint Thomas (GBR) 22
9  Xabier Zandio (ESP) DNF-6
Directeur sportif: Nicolas Portal[16]
Movistar Team (MOV)
No. Rider Pos.
11  Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 4
12  Imanol Erviti (ESP) 81
13  John Gadret (FRA) 19
14  Jesús Herrada (ESP) dagger 61
15  Beñat Intxausti (ESP) 114
16  Jon Izagirre (ESP) dagger 41
17  Rubén Plaza (ESP) 91
18  José Joaquín Rojas (ESP) DSQ-18
19  Giovanni Visconti (ITA) 37
Directeur sportif: José Luis Arrieta[19]
Team Katusha (KAT)
No. Rider Pos.
21  Joaquim Rodríguez (ESP) 54
22  Vladimir Isaichev (RUS) 157
23  Alexander Kristoff (RUS) 125
24  Luca Paolini (ITA) 136
25  Alexander Porsev (RUS) HD-13
26  Egor Silin (RUS) DNF-6
27  Gatis Smukulis (LAT) 100
28  Simon Špilak (SLO) DNF-17
29  Yuri Trofimov (RUS) 14
Directeur sportif: José Azevedo[21]
Tinkoff–Saxo (SAX)
No. Rider Pos.
31  Alberto Contador (ESP) DNF-10
32  Daniele Bennati (ITA) 96
33  Jesús Hernández (ESP) DNF-6
34  Rafał Majka (POL) dagger White jersey with red polka dots 44
35  Michael Mørkøv (DEN) 134
36  Sérgio Paulinho (POR) 89
37  Nicolas Roche (IRL) 39
38  Michael Rogers (AUS) 26
39  Matteo Tosatto (ITA) 119
Directeur sportif: Steven de Jongh[24]
Astana (AST)
No. Rider Pos.
41  Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) Yellow jersey 1
42  Jakob Fuglsang (DEN) 36
43  Andriy Hrivko (UKR) 95
44  Dmitriy Gruzdev (KAZ) 130
45  Maxim Iglinsky (KAZ) 129
46  Tanel Kangert (EST) 20
47  Michele Scarponi (ITA) 49
48  Alessandro Vanotti (ITA) 147
49  Lieuwe Westra (NED) 79
Directeur sportif: Alexandre Shefer[27]
Cannondale (CAN)
No. Rider Pos.
51  Peter Sagan (SVK) dagger Green jersey 60
52  Maciej Bodnar (POL) 112
53  Alessandro De Marchi (ITA) White jersey with a red dossard 52
54  Ted King (USA) DNF-10
55  Kristijan Koren (SLO) 135
56  Marco Marcato (ITA) 80
57  Jean-Marc Marino (FRA) 160
58  Fabio Sabatini (ITA) 118
59  Elia Viviani (ITA) dagger 162
Directeur sportif: Gilles Pauchard[28]
Belkin Pro Cycling (BEL)
No. Rider Pos.
61  Bauke Mollema (NED) 10
62  Lars Boom (NED) 97
63  Stef Clement (NED) DNF-7
64  Steven Kruijswijk (NED) 15
65  Tom Leezer (NED) 133
66  Bram Tankink (NED) 40
67  Laurens ten Dam (NED) 9
68  Sep Vanmarcke (BEL) 160
69  Maarten Wynants (BEL) 117
Directeur sportif: Nico Verhoeven[30]
Omega Pharma–Quick-Step (OPQ)
No. Rider Pos.
71  Mark Cavendish (GBR) DNS-2
72  Jan Bakelants (BEL) 24
73  Michał Gołaś (POL) 55
74  Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) dagger 28
75  Tony Martin (GER) 47
76  Alessandro Petacchi (ITA) 148
77  Mark Renshaw (AUS) 142
78  Niki Terpstra (NED) 94
79  Matteo Trentin (ITA) dagger 93
Directeur sportif: Wilfried Peeters[32]
Ag2r–La Mondiale (ALM) White jersey with a yellow dossard
No. Rider Pos.
81  Jean-Christophe Péraud (FRA) 2
82  Romain Bardet (FRA) dagger 7
83  Mikaël Cherel (FRA) 59
84  Samuel Dumoulin (FRA) 90
85  Ben Gastauer (LUX) 21
86  Blel Kadri (FRA) 84
87  Sébastien Minard (FRA) 99
88  Matteo Montaguti (ITA) 66
89  Christophe Riblon (FRA) 120
Directeur sportif: Vincent Lavenu[34]
Garmin–Sharp (GRS)
No. Rider Pos.
91  Andrew Talansky (USA) DNS-12
92  Janier Acevedo (COL) DNF-13
93  Jack Bauer (NZL) 137
94  Alex Howes (USA) 127
95  Ben King (USA) dagger 53
96  Sebastian Langeveld (NED) 140
97  Ramūnas Navardauskas (LTU) 141
98  Tom-Jelte Slagter (NED) dagger 56
99  Johan Vansummeren (BEL) 74
Directeur sportif: Charles Wegelius[35]
Giant–Shimano (GIA)
No. Rider Pos.
101  Marcel Kittel (GER) 161
102  Roy Curvers (NED) 116
103  Koen de Kort (NED) 92
104  John Degenkolb (GER) dagger 123
105  Dries Devenyns (BEL) DNF-14
106  Tom Dumoulin (NED) dagger 33
107  Ji Cheng (CHN) 164
108  Albert Timmer (NED) 146
109  Tom Veelers (NED) 155
Directeur sportif: Marc Reef[38]
Lampre–Merida (LAM)
No. Rider Pos.
111  Rui Costa (POR) DNS-16
112  Davide Cimolai (ITA) dagger 163
113  Kristijan Đurasek (CRO) 46
114  Chris Horner (USA) 17
115  Sacha Modolo (ITA) DNF-2
116  Nelson Oliveira (POR) dagger 87
117  Maximiliano Richeze (ARG) DNS-16
118  José Serpa (COL) 48
119  Rafael Valls (ESP) DNF-14
Directeur sportif: Simone Pedrazzini[40]
FDJ.fr (FDJ)
No. Rider Pos.
121  Arnaud Démare (FRA) dagger 159
122  William Bonnet (FRA) 158
123  Mickaël Delage (FRA) 143
124  Arnold Jeannesson (FRA) 30
125  Mathieu Ladagnous (FRA) 76
126  Cédric Pineau (FRA) 102
127  Thibaut Pinot (FRA) dagger White jersey 3
128  Jérémy Roy (FRA) 57
129  Arthur Vichot (FRA) DNF-13
Directeur sportif: Thierry Bricaud[44]
Lotto–Belisol (LTB)
No. Rider Pos.
131  Jurgen Van den Broeck (BEL) 13
132  Lars Bak (DEN) 82
133  Bart De Clercq (BEL) DNF-8
134  Tony Gallopin (FRA) 29
135  André Greipel (GER) 149
136  Adam Hansen (AUS) 64
137  Greg Henderson (NZL) DNF-4
138  Jürgen Roelandts (BEL) 111
139  Marcel Sieberg (GER) 145
Directeur sportif: Herman Frison[46]
BMC Racing Team (BMC)
No. Rider Pos.
141  Tejay van Garderen (USA) 5
142  Darwin Atapuma (COL) DNF-7
143  Marcus Burghardt (GER) 154
144  Amaël Moinard (FRA) 45
145  Daniel Oss (ITA) 69
146  Michael Schär (SUI) 43
147  Peter Stetina (USA) 35
148  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 38
149  Peter Velits (SVK) 27
Directeur sportif: Yvon Ledanois[48]
Team Europcar (EUC)
No. Rider Pos.
151  Pierre Rolland (FRA) 11
152  Yukiya Arashiro (JPN) 65
153  Bryan Coquard (FRA) dagger 104
154  Cyril Gautier (FRA) 25
155  Yohann Gène (FRA) 128
156  Alexandre Pichot (FRA) 107
157  Perrig Quéméneur (FRA) 83
158  Kévin Reza (FRA) 73
159  Thomas Voeckler (FRA) 42
Directeur sportif: Andy Flickinger[49]
Trek Factory Racing (TFR)
No. Rider Pos.
161  Fränk Schleck (LUX) 12
162  Matthew Busche (USA) 98
163  Fabian Cancellara (SUI) DNS-11
164  Markel Irizar (ESP) 63
165  Grégory Rast (SUI) 101
166  Andy Schleck (LUX) DNS-4
167  Danny van Poppel (NED) dagger DNF-7
168  Jens Voigt (GER) 108
169  Haimar Zubeldia (ESP) 8
Directeur sportif: Kim Andersen[50]
Cofidis (COF)
No. Rider Pos.
171  Daniel Navarro (ESP) DNF-13
172  Nicolas Edet (FRA) 77
173  Egoitz García (ESP) DNF-9
174  Cyril Lemoine (FRA) 110
175  Luis Ángel Maté (ESP) 31
176  Rudy Molard (FRA) dagger 51
177  Adrien Petit (FRA) dagger 156
178  Julien Simon (FRA) 109
179  Rein Taaramäe (EST) 88
Directeur sportif: Didier Rous[53]
Orica–GreenEDGE (OGE)
No. Rider Pos.
181  Simon Gerrans (AUS) DNS-17
182  Michael Albasini (SUI) 70
183  Simon Clarke (AUS) 113
184  Luke Durbridge (AUS) dagger 122
185  Mathew Hayman (AUS) DNF-10
186  Jens Keukeleire (BEL) 67
187  Christian Meier (CAN) 121
188  Svein Tuft (CAN) 131
189  Simon Yates (GBR) DNS-16
Directeur sportif: Matthew White[56]
IAM Cycling (IAM)
No. Rider Pos.
191  Mathias Frank (SUI) DNS-8
192  Sylvain Chavanel (FRA) 34
193  Martin Elmiger (SUI) 75
194  Heinrich Haussler (AUS) DNF-18
195  Reto Hollenstein (SUI) DNS-17
196  Roger Kluge (GER) 139
197  Jérôme Pineau (FRA) 58
198  Sébastien Reichenbach (SUI) dagger 85
199  Marcel Wyss (SUI) 32
Directeur sportif: Eddy Seigneur[60]
NetApp–Endura (TNE)
No. Rider Pos.
201  Leopold König (CZE) 7
202  Jan Bárta (CZE) 71
203  David de la Cruz (ESP) dagger DNF-12
204  Zak Dempster (AUS) 151
205  Bartosz Huzarski (POL) 68
206  Tiago Machado (POR) 72
207  José Mendes (POR) 124
208  Andreas Schillinger (GER) 144
209  Paul Voss (GER) 50
Directeur sportif: Enrico Poitschke[64]
Bretagne–Séché Environnement (BSE)
No. Rider Pos.
211  Brice Feillu (FRA) 16
212  Jean-Marc Bideau (FRA) 115
213  Anthony Delaplace (FRA) dagger 78
214  Romain Feillu (FRA) 150
215  Armindo Fonseca (FRA) dagger 138
216  Arnaud Gérard (FRA) 132
217  Florian Guillou (FRA) 62
218  Benoît Jarrier (FRA) dagger 152
219  Florian Vachon (FRA) 103
Directeur sportif: Emmanuel Hubert[66]

By nationality[edit]

Country No. of riders Finishers Stage wins
 Argentina 1 0
 Australia 10 7 1 (Michael Rogers)
 Austria 1 1
 Belarus 1 1
 Belgium 10 8
 Canada 2 2
 China 1 1
 Colombia 3 1
 Croatia 1 1
 Czech Republic 2 2
 Denmark 3 3
 Estonia 2 2
 France 44 43 2 (Tony Gallopin, Blel Kadri)
 Germany 10 10 7 (Marcel Kittel ×4, Tony Martin ×2, André Greipel)
 United Kingdom 4 1
 Ireland 1 1
 Italy 17 16 5 (Vincenzo Nibali ×4, Matteo Trentin)
 Japan 1 1
 Kazakhstan 2 2
 Latvia 1 1
 Lithuania 1 1 1 (Ramūnas Navardauskas)
 Luxembourg 3 2
 Netherlands 17 15 1 (Lars Boom)
 New Zealand 2 1
 Norway 1 1 2 (Alexander Kristoff ×2)
 Poland 5 5 2 (Rafał Majka ×2)
 Portugal 5 4
 Russia 4 2
 Slovakia 2 2
 Slovenia 2 1
 Spain 20 12
  Switzerland 9 6
 Ukraine 1 1
 United States 9 7
Total 198 164 21

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