Memorial Van Coningsloo

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Memorial Van Coningsloo
Race details
Date June
Region Flemish Brabant, Flanders, Belgium
Local name(s) Memorial Van Coningsloo (in Dutch)
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Europe Tour
Type One-day race
History
First edition 1993 (1993)
Editions 25 (as of 2017)
First winner  Gert Van Brabant (BEL)
Most wins  Gediminas Bagdonas (LTU) (2 wins)
Most recent  Yves Coolen (BEL)

The Memorial Van Coningsloo (also named Memorial Philippe Van Coningsloo) is a European single day cycle race held each year with the start in Wavre and finish in Rijmenam. The race was first organized in 1993 to commemorate local amateur cyclist Philippe Van Coningsloo, who suffered a heart attack and died during a cycling race in 1992. As of 2013, the race is organized as a 1.2 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

Winners[edit]

2014 : Nicolas Vereecken (2e), Rob Ruijgh (1) & Oliver Naesen (3).
Rider Team
1993 Belgium Van Brabant, GertGert Van Brabant (BEL)
1994 Belgium Heremans, KoenKoen Heremans (BEL)
1995 Luxembourg Triebel, PascalPascal Triebel (LUX)
1996 Belgium Hernandez, RomeoRomeo Hernandez (BEL)
1997 Belgium Verdeyen, GeertGeert Verdeyen (BEL)
1998 Belgium Rivera, GianniGianni Rivera (BEL)
1999 Lithuania Vilcinskas, RaimondasRaimondas Vilcinskas (LTU)
2000 Belgium Claes, GertGert Claes (BEL)
2001 Belgium Meys, DavidDavid Meys (BEL)
2002 Netherlands Van Agtmaal, PeterPeter Van Agtmaal (NED) Cycling Team Bert Story-Piels
2003 Belgium Veuchelen, FrederikFrederik Veuchelen (BEL) Think Media Cycling
2004 Belgium Heirewegh, BartBart Heirewegh (BEL) Team Deschacht-Eddy Merckx
2005 Netherlands Dekkers, HansHans Dekkers (NED) Rabobank Continental Team
2006 Belgium Maene, KevinKevin Maene (BEL) Lombarden-Firestone-Middelkerke
2007 Belgium Nolf, FrederiekFrederiek Nolf (BEL) Quick Step-Beveren 2000
2008 Belgium Joseph, StijnStijn Joseph (BEL) Beveren 2000
2009 Lithuania Bagdonas, GediminasGediminas Bagdonas (LTU) NH Tielen
2010 Belgium Hollanders, DriesDries Hollanders (BEL) PWS Eijssen
2011 United Kingdom Fenn, AndrewAndrew Fenn (GBR) An Post–Sean Kelly
2012 Lithuania Bagdonas, GediminasGediminas Bagdonas (LTU) An Post–Sean Kelly
2013 New Zealand Vink, MichaelMichael Vink (NZL) New Zealand national team
2014 Netherlands Ruijgh, RobRob Ruijgh (NED) Vastgoedservice–Golden Palace
2015 Belgium Stenuit, RobinRobin Stenuit (BEL) Veranclassic–Ekoi
2016 Belgium Dupont, TimothyTimothy Dupont (BEL) Verandas Willems
2017 Belgium Coolen, YvesYves Coolen (BEL) Home Solution–Anmapa–Soenens

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