Tour of Austria

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Tour of Austria
Race details
DateEarly July
Local name(s)Internationale Österreich Rundfahrt (in German)
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
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First edition1949 (1949)
Editions71 (as of 2019)
First winner Richard Menapace (AUT)
Most wins Wolfgang Steinmayr (AUT) (4 wins)
Most recent Ben Hermans (BEL)
The 60th Tour of Austria in 2008
Victory podium at the 2009 Tour of Austria
Riccardo Riccò, winner at the 2010 Tour of Austria

The Tour of Austria (German: Internationale Österreich Rundfahrt) is a stage cycling race held in Austria. From 1949 to 1995 it was a race for amateur cyclists, turning into a professional event in 1996. In 2005 and 2006 it was organised as a 2.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour, becoming a 2.HC event in 2007. The race will become part of the new UCI ProSeries in 2020. Since 2005 it has usually been held in July. Before that, it was seen as an ideal preparation race for the Tour de France.


Year Country Rider Team
1949  Austria Richard Menapace
1950  Austria Richard Menapace
1951  Austria Franz Deutsch
1952  Austria Franz Deutsch
1953  Luxembourg Francis Gelhausen
1954  Austria Adolf Christian
1955  Sweden Lasse Nordvall
1956  Sweden Roland Ströhm
1957  Sweden Gunnar Göransson
1958  Austria Richard Durlacher
1959  Austria Stefan Mascha
1960  Netherlands René Lotz
1961  Austria Stefan Mascha
1962  Austria Walter Müller
1963  Netherlands Jan Pieterse
1964  Luxembourg Edy Schütz
1965  Austria Hans Furian
1966  Austria Hans Furian
1967  Netherlands Rini Wagtmans
1968  Netherlands Jan Krekels
1969  Netherlands Matthijs de Koning
1970  Austria Rudolf Mitteregger
1971  Austria Roman Humenberger
1972  Austria Wolfgang Steinmayr
1973  Austria Wolfgang Steinmayr
1974  Austria Rudolf Mitteregger
1975  Austria Wolfgang Steinmayr
1976  Austria Wolfgang Steinmayr
1977  Austria Rudolf Mitteregger
1978  Norway Jostein Wilmann
1979  Austria Herbert Spindler
1980  Norway Geir Digerud
1981  Austria Gerhard Zadrobilek
1982  Austria Helmut Wechselberger
1983  Austria Kurt Zellhofer
1984   Switzerland Stefan Maurer
1985  East Germany Olaf Jentzsch
1986  Austria Helmut Wechselberger
1987  Soviet Union Dimitri Konychev
1988  Austria Dietmar Hauer
1989  Yugoslavia Valter Bonča
1990  Austria Dietmar Hauer
1991  Czechoslovakia Roman Kreuziger
1992  Yugoslavia Valter Bonča
1993  Austria Georg Totschnig
1994  Austria Harald Morscher
1995  Norway Steffen Kjærgaard
1996  Belgium Frank Vandenbroucke Mapei–GB
1997  Italy Daniele Nardello Mapei–GB
1998   Switzerland Beat Zberg Rabobank
1999  Italy Maurizio Vandelli Stabil Graz
2000  Austria Georg Totschnig Team Telekom
2001  Australia Cadel Evans Saeco Macchine per Caffè
2002  Austria Gerrit Glomser Saeco Macchine per Caffè–Longoni Sport
2003  Austria Gerrit Glomser Saeco Macchine per Caffè
2004  Australia Cadel Evans T-Mobile Team
2005  Spain Juan Miguel Mercado Quick-Step–Innergetic
2006  United States Tom Danielson Discovery Channel
2007  Belgium Stijn Devolder Discovery Channel
2008  Austria Thomas Rohregger Elk Haus-Simplon
2009   Switzerland Michael Albasini Team Columbia–HTC
2010  Italy Riccardo Riccò Ceramica Flaminia
2011  Sweden Fredrik Kessiakoff Astana
2012  Denmark Jakob Fuglsang RadioShack–Nissan
2013  Austria Riccardo Zoidl Gourmetfein–Simplon
2014  Great Britain Peter Kennaugh Team Sky
2015  Spain Victor de la Parte Team Vorarlberg
2016  Czech Republic Jan Hirt CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice
2017  Austria Stefan Denifl Aqua Blue Sport
2018  Belgium Ben Hermans Israel Cycling Academy
2019  Belgium Ben Hermans Israel Cycling Academy

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