Six Days of Grenoble

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Six Days of Grenoble
Race details
Region Grenoble, France
Local name(s) Six jours de Grenoble (in French)
Discipline Track
Type Six-day racing
Race director Bernard Thévenet
History
First edition 1971 (1971)
Editions 42 (as of 2012)
First winner
Most recent

The Six Days of Grenoble (French: Six jours cyclistes de Grenoble) is a six-day track cycling race held annually in Grenoble, France. Since 2012, the competition is called Four Days of Grenoble.

It takes place in the Palais des Sports in Grenoble since 1971.

Traditionally the event took place the last week in October, the last edition was held in 2014.

Winners[edit]

Year Winners
1971 (1) Netherlands Peter Post
France Alain Van Lancker
1971 (2) France Alain Van Lancker
France Jacky Mourioux
1972 France Alain Van Lancker
France Cyrille Guimard
1973 Belgium Patrick Sercu
Belgium Eddy Merckx
1974 France Alain Van Lancker
France Jacky Mourioux
1975 Belgium Patrick Sercu
Belgium Eddy Merckx
1976 West Germany Günther Haritz
France Bernard Thévenet
1977 Netherlands René Pijnen
Italy Francesco Moser
1978 Belgium Patrick Sercu
West Germany Dietrich Thurau
1979 Netherlands René Pijnen
Italy Francesco Moser
1980 Australia Danny Clark
France Bernard Thévenet
1981 Belgium Patrick Sercu
Switzerland Urs Freuler
1982 France Bernard Vallet
Denmark Gert Frank
1983 Switzerland Daniel Gisiger
France Patrick Clerc
1984 France Bernard Vallet
Denmark Gert Frank
1985 No race
Year Winners
1986 Italy Francesco Moser
United Kingdom Anthony Doyle
1987 France Charly Mottet
France Bernard Vallet
1988 France Charly Mottet
Liechtenstein Roman Hermann
1989 France Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle
Australia Danny Clark
1990 France Laurent Biondi
France Laurent Fignon
1991 France Jean-Claude Colotti
France Philippe Tarantini
1992 France Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle
Italy Pierangelo Bincoletto
1993 France Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle
Italy Pierangelo Bincoletto
1994 Australia Dean Woods
France Jean-Claude Colotti
1995 Italy Marco Villa
Italy Silvio Martinello
1996 Italy Adriano Baffi
Italy Giovanni Lombardi
1997 Denmark Tayeb Braikia
Denmark Jakob Piil
1998 Italy Adriano Baffi
Italy Andrea Collinelli
1999 Italy Adriano Baffi
Italy Andrea Collinelli
2000 Spain Joan Llaneras
Spain Isaac Gálvez
Year Winners
2001 Switzerland Franco Marvulli
Switzerland Alexander Aeschbach
2002 Italy Adriano Baffi
Italy Marco Villa
2003 Switzerland Franco Marvulli
Switzerland Alexander Aeschbach
2004 Switzerland Franco Marvulli
Switzerland Alexander Aeschbach
2005 Belgium Matthew Gilmore
Belgium Iljo Keisse
2006 Switzerland Franco Marvulli
Switzerland Alexander Aeschbach
2007 Denmark Michael Mørkøv
Denmark Alex Rasmussen
2008 Denmark Michael Mørkøv
Denmark Alex Rasmussen
2009 Switzerland Franco Marvulli
Australia Luke Roberts
2010 Switzerland Alexander Aeschbach
Switzerland Franco Marvulli
2011 Belgium Iljo Keisse
France Morgan Kneisky
2012 Belgium Kenny De Ketele
Belgium Iljo Keisse
2013 France Morgan Kneisky
France Vivien Brisse
2014 France Morgan Kneisky
France Thomas Boudat

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Coordinates: 45°11′08″N 5°44′28″E / 45.18550°N 5.74102°E / 45.18550; 5.74102