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The participants list of the Tour de France 2023 and the bib numbers

Added: saturday 01 July 2023 at 00:37:00
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    The participants list of the Tour de France 2023 and the bib numbersThis Saturday sees the start of the Tour de France 2023 in Bilbao, in Spain's Basque Country.

    Having already discovered the route of the Tour de France 2023 in great detail on Open Street Maps and Google Earth, velowire.com now presents the list of starters for the 110th edition of the Grande Boucle.

    The list of Tour de France starters and their bib numbers

    The 176 starters of the Tour de France 2023 in 22 teams in statistics

    22 teams, each with 8 riders, will line up at the start of this edition of the Grande Boucle. Among them are 27 nationalities, of which France will be the most strongly represented, with 32 riders. Belgium (21), Spain and the Netherlands (14), Australia (12), Denmark (11) and Norway (8) follow. Australia is also at 8, while Italy is under-represented compared to usual, with 7 riders.Quinn Simmons (Lidl-Trek) is the youngest rider in the Tour de France 2023 at 22 years, 1 month and 23 days on start day, followed by Carlos Rodriguez (INEOS Grenadiers).
    The oldest rider will be Dries Devenyns (Soudal Quick-Step), who will celebrate his 40th birthday on the penultimate stage to Markstein. 36 riders will be taking part in the Tour de France for the very first time, including Jai Hindley (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Biniam Girmay (Intermarché-Circus-Wanty).

    12 riders will be representing their respective countries as national champions: Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia), Richard Carapaz (Ecuador), Valentin Madouas (France), Emanuel Buchmann (Germany), Mattias Skjelmose Jensen (Denmark), Esteban Chaves (Colombia), Fred Wright (UK), Dylan van Baarle (Netherlands), Alex Kirsch (Luxembourg), Alexey Lutsenko (Kazakhstan), Quinn Simmons (USA) and Gregor Mühlberger (Austria).
    Fabio Jakobsen is the 13th rider to wear a distinctive jersey before the start of the race, as European champion.

    What about the list of starters?

    Let's get straight to the list, starting with the team of outgoing Tour winner Jonas Vingegaard and his Jumbo-Visma team!

    Jumbo-Visma

    Jumbo-Visma's team for this 110th Tour de France was strictly identical to the one that lined up in Copenhagen last year, with the exception of Dylan van Baarle, the Dutch team's new recruit this year, who replaces Primož Roglič who had made the Giro his number one priority and returned from Rome in the pink jersey!

    However, Steven Kruijswijk's terrible crash (fractured pelvis and collarbone) on stage 2 of the Critérium du Dauphiné put an end to his dream of returning to the Tour after last year's great success of his team. Wilco Kelderman replaced Kruijswijk in the Jumbo-Visma Dream Team.

    In the spirit of "you don't change a winning team", here are the riders of the Dutch Jumbo-Visma team:

    1/ Denmark Jonas Vingegaard
    2/ Belgium Tiesj Benoot
    3/ Netherlands Wilco Kelderman
    4/ United States of America Sepp Kuss
    5/ France Christophe Laporte
    6/ Belgium Wout van Aert
    7/ Netherlands Dylan van Baarle
    8/ Belgium Nathan van Hooydonck

    UAE Team Emirates

    Jonas Vingegaard's main rival is Tadej Pogačar at UAE Team Emirates, even if his injury doesn't seem to have completely resolved itself. His team has evolved a little since the last edition and is as follows:

    11/ Slovenia Tadej Pogačar
    12/ Denmark Mikkel Bjerg
    14/ Austria Felix Grossschartner
    15/ Norway Vegard Stake LŠngen
    16/ Poland Rafal Majka
    17/ Spain Marc Soler
    18/ Italy Matteo Trentin
    19/ Great Britain Adam Yates

    INEOS Grenadiers

    At INEOS Grenadiers, it's not Geraint Thomas who has been chosen to lead the British team, but Egan Bernal. The Colombian rider will have a compatriot and 3 Spanish team-mates at his side:

    21/ Colombia Egan Bernal
    22/ Spain Jonathan Castroviejo
    23/ Spain Omar Fraile
    24/ Poland Michal Kwiatkowski
    25/ Colombia Daniel Felipe Martinez
    26/ Great Britain Thomas Pidcock
    27/ Spain Carlos Rodriguez
    28/ Great Britain Ben Turner

    Groupama-FDJ

    At Groupama-FDJ, the most talked-about topic was the non-selection ofArnaud Démare, who will be leaving the team at the end of the season, and the selection of Thibaut Pinot, who will also be leaving the team but to retire, and who showed good results at the Giro d'Italia. The team's undisputed leader, however, will be David Gaudu, so it's basically the same team as in 2022 that will be lining up at the start in Bilbao. The only last-minute change is that Michael Storer has been replaced by Lars van den Berg.

    31/ France David Gaudu
    32/ Luxembourg Kévin Geniets
    33/ Switzerland Stefan Küng
    34/ France Olivier Le Gac
    35/ France Valentin Madouas
    36/ France Quentin Pacher
    37/ France Thibaut Pinot
    38/ Netherlands Lars van den Berg

    EF Education-Easypost

    The Ecuadorian Richard Carapaz will lead the EF Education-Easypost team and he will be supported by a team that can make a strong impression: 41/ Ecuador Richard Carapaz 42/ Costa Rica Andrey Amador 43/ Italy Alberto Bettiol 44/ Colombia Esteban Chaves 45/ Denmark Magnus Cort Nielsen 46/ United States of America Neilson Powless 47/ Great Britain James Shaw 48/ Colombia Rigoberto Uran

    Soudal Quick-Step

    The Belgian Soudal Quick-Step team will start with 3 Belgians and 2 Frenchmen. Julian Alaphilippe will have to prove himself in this team at the Tour:

    51/ France Julian Alaphilippe
    52/ Denmark Kasper Asgreen
    53/ France Rémi Cavagna
    54/ Belgium Tim Declercq
    55/ Belgium Dries Devenyns
    56/ Netherlands Fabio Jakobsen
    57/ Belgium Yves Lampaert
    58/ Denmark Michael Mørkøv

    Bahrain Victorious

    Mikel Landa will be the leader of the Bahrain Victorious team, but there will be no "1" bib in this team, as a tribute to Gino Mäder, who died during the Tour de Suisse, so Landa will start with bib 62.

    62/ Spain Mikel Landa
    63/ Germany Nikias Arndt
    64/ Germany Phil Bauhaus
    65/ Spain Pello Bilbao
    66/ Australia Jack Haig
    67/ Slovenia Matej Mohoric
    68/ Netherlands Wout Poels

    Bora-Hansgrohe

    Jai Hindley, winner of the Giro d'Italia 2022, is one of the outsiders of this Tour de France 2023, with his team Bora-Hansgrohe:

    71/ Australia Jai Hindley
    72/ Germany Emanuel Buchmann
    73/ Austria Marco Haller
    74/ Luxembourg Bob Jungels
    75/ Austria Patrick Konrad
    76/ Belgium Jordi Meeus
    77/ Germany Nils Politt
    78/ Netherlands Danny van Poppel

    Lidl-Trek

    The Lidl-Trek team presents itself for the first time under its new colors, with Lidl replacing Segafredo from the 2023 Tour de France onwards, and even taking over the most important position from Trek, which becomes the second title sponsor.

    Here's the team in the new jersey:

    81/ Italy Giulio Ciccone
    82/ France Tony Gallopin
    83/ Denmark Mattias Skjelmose Jensen
    84/ Luxembourg Alex Kirsch
    85/ Spain Juan Pedro Lopez
    86/ Denmark Mads Pedersen
    87/ United States of America Quinn Simmons
    88/ Belgium Jasper Stuyven

    AG2R Citroën Team

    The AG2R Citroën Team will still count on Ben O'Connor as its mountain and general classification man, but the team around him has changed quite a bit since the Tour de France 2022 when it lacked success.

    Here are the 8 names for the Tour de France 2023:

    91/ Australia Ben O'Connor
    92/ France Clément Berthet
    93/ France Benoit Cosnefroy
    94/ Belgium Stan Dewulf
    95/ Austria Felix Gall
    96/ Belgium Oliver Naesen
    97/ France Aurélien Paret Peintre
    98/ France Nans Peters

    Alpecin-Deceuninck

    Not surprisingly, Mathieu van der Poel is the leader of the Alpecin-Deceuninck team:

    101/ Netherlands Mathieu van der Poel
    102/ Switzerland Silvan Dillier
    103/ Austria Michael Gogl
    104/ Belgium Quinten Hermans
    105/ Denmark Søren Kragh Andersen
    106/ Belgium Jasper Philipsen
    107/ Belgium Jonas Rickaert
    108/ Netherlands Ramon Sinkeldam

    Intermarché-Circus-Wanty

    Biniam Girmay will lead the Intermarché-Circus-Wanty team:

    111/ Eritrea Biniam Girmay
    112/ France Lilian Calmejane
    113/ Portugal Rui Costa
    114/ South Africa Louis Meintjes
    115/ France Adrien Petit
    116/ Australia Dion Smith
    117/ Netherlands Mike Teunissen
    118/ Germany Georg Zimmermann

    Cofidis

    The French team Cofidis is bringing the Guillaume Martin card, as it did last year. Except for 2 elements, the team is entirely French:

    121/ France Guillaume Martin
    122/ France Bryan Coquard
    123/ Germany Simon Geschke
    124/ Spain Ion Izaguirre Insausti
    125/ France Victor Lafay
    126/ France Anthony Perez
    127/ France Alexis Renard
    128/ France Axel Zingle

    Movistar Team

    On the Movistar side, Enric Mas has a very international team surrounding him:

    131/ Spain Enric Mas
    132/ Portugal Ruben Almeida Guerreiro
    133/ Spain Alex Aranburu
    134/ Spain Gorka Izagirre
    135/ United States of America Matteo Jorgenson
    136/ Austria Gregor Mühlberger
    137/ Portugal Nelson Oliveira
    138/ Spain Antonio Pedrero

    Team DSM-Firmenich

    Team DSM now features the name of the company with which DSM merged, Firmenich, on its jersey. Unsurprisingly, Romain Bardet will be the team leader:

    141/ France Romain Bardet
    142/ Germany John Degenkolb
    143/ Australia Matthew Dinham
    144/ Australia Alexander Edmondson
    145/ Netherlands Nils Eekhoff
    146/ Australia Christopher Hamilton
    147/ United States of America Kevin Vermaerke
    148/ Australia Sam Welsford

    Israel-Premier Tech

    Canadian Michael Woods will this time be the leader of Team Israel-Premier Tech:

    151/ Canada Michael Woods
    152/ Canada Guillaume Boivin
    153/ Australia Simon Clarke
    154/ Canada Hugo Houle
    155/ Latvia Krists Neilands
    156/ Australia Nicholas Schultz
    157/ Australia Corbin Strong
    158/ Belgium Dylan Teuns

    Team Jayco Alula

    Simon Yates will be the man of the Jayco Alula team :

    161/ Great Britain Simon Yates
    162/ United States of America Lawson Craddock
    163/ Australia Luke Durbridge
    164/ Netherlands Dylan Groenewegen
    165/ Australia Chris Harper
    166/ Denmark Juul Christopher Jensen
    167/ Slovenia Luka Mezgec
    168/ Netherlands Elmar Reinders

    Team Arkéa-Samsic

    The French team Arkéa-Samsic will start this 110th Tour de France with Warren Barguil:

    171/ France Warren Barguil
    172/ Belgium Jenthe Biermans
    173/ France Clément Champoussin
    174/ France Anthony Delaplace
    175/ France Simon Guglielmi
    176/ France Matis Louvel
    177/ Italy Luca Mozzato
    178/ France Laurent Pichon

    Lotto Dstny

    For Lotto Dstny, Australian Caleb Ewan wears the number 1 bib in the series:

    181/ Australia Caleb Ewan
    182/ Belgium Victor Campenaerts
    183/ Belgium Jasper de Buyst
    184/ Netherlands Pascal Eenkhoorn
    185/ Belgium Frederik Frison
    186/ Italy Jacopo Guarnieri
    187/ Belgium Maxim van Gils
    188/ Belgium Florian Vermeersch

    Astana Qazaqstan Team

    Astana doesn't have a big ranking rider and so Mark Cavendish, who will be aiming for his 35th stage win, wears the team's first bib:

    191/ Great Britain Mark Cavendish
    192/ Netherlands Cees Bol
    193/ Spain David de la Cruz
    194/ Kazakhstan Yevgeniy Fedorov
    195/ Kazakhstan Alexey Lutsenko
    196/ Italy Gianni Moscon
    197/ Spain Luis Leon Sanchez
    198/ Colombia Harold Alfonso Tejada Canacue

    Uno-X Pro Cycling Team

    The Uno-X team is taking part in the Tour de France for the first time, having already competed in several other races. For Alexander Kristoff this is not his first appearance at the Tour, so the Norwegian rider will be able to guide the other team members:

    201/ Norway Alexander Kristoff
    202/ Norway Jonas Abrahamsen
    203/ Denmark Anthon Charmig
    204/ Norway Tobias Halland Johannessen
    205/ Norway Rasmus Tiller
    206/ Norway Torstein TrŠen
    207/ Norway Søren WŠrenskjold
    208/ Denmark Gregaard Jonas Wilsly

    TotalEnergies

    At TotalEnergies, Peter Sagan will continue to lead a half-French, half-international team:

    211/ Slovakia Peter Sagan
    212/ Norway Edvald Boasson-Hagen
    213/ France Mathieu Burgaudeau
    214/ Belgium Steff Cras
    215/ France Valentin Ferron
    216/ France Pierre Latour
    217/ Italy Daniel Oss
    218/ France Anthony Turgis

    The complete list of starters for the Tour de France 2023, with bib numbers, for download

    Below you can download the complete list of starters for the Tour de France 2023, with bib numbers:
    Participants list Tour de France 2023

    by Thomas Vergouwen
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