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The list of participating riders for the 2010 Tour de France and their numbers

Added: wednesday 30 June 2010 at 3:00:00
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    The list of participating riders for the 2010 Tour de France and their numbersAs you probably know by now, the Tour de France 2010 will start in Rotterdam on Saturday (see my article The 2010 Tour de France route on Google Maps/Google Earth and the route and time schedule for detailed information about the route). While the official website indicates the participating riders are not known yet, they actually are now ...

    In this article you'll thus discover the list of riders who will come to the start of the Tour de France 2010 and who'll do all they can to finish the 3,642 kilometers up to Paris where they'll finish on Sunday 25 July 2010. You'll also find their numbers
    ... for the time being only for the Astana team of the Tour de France 2009 winner, Alberto Contador, but the numbers for the other riders will be published as soon as possible!

    The riders of the 22 teams in the 2010 Tour de France

    At the start of the Tour de France 2010 we will find 198 riders: 22 teams of 9 riders and if I counted correcty they represent 31 different nationalities: 35 French, 31 Spanish, 18 Italian, 16 German, 13 Belgian, 10 Australian, 8 Dutch, 8 American, 7 British, 6 Russian, 5 Swiss and 5 Danish, 4 Slovenian, 3 Austrians, Ukrainians, Kazakhs, Belorussians and Portugues, 2 New-Zealanders, Canadians, from Luxembourg and Norway and one rider from Ireland, Estonia, South-Africa, Moldavia, Czech republic, Poland, Sweden, Japan and Lithuania.
    In the list below you'll find a small flag next to the name of each of the riders. This flag represents the nationality of the rider. Also, national champions (in addition to the World Champions Cadel Evans (BMC Racing Team, road) and Fabian Cancellara (Team Saxo Bank, time trial)) will be in the Tour de France 2010 and a small jersey indicates them in the list. The national champions time trial can wear their national jersey during the prologue and the individual time trial from Bordeaux to Pauillac while the champions on the road will wear their jersey on all the other stages.


    Alberto Contador1/ Spain Alberto Contador
    2/ Spain David De La Fuente
    3/ Ukrain Andriy Grivko
    4/ Spain Jesus Hernandez
    5/ Kazakstan Maxim Iglinskiy
    6/ Spain Daniel Navarro
    7/ Spain Benjamin Noval
    8/ Italy Paolo Tiralongo
    9/ Kazakstan Alexandre Vinokourov

    Team Saxo Bank

    Matti Breschel11/ Luxembourg Andy Schleck champion national en contre la montre
    12/ Danemark Matti Breschel
    13/ Suisse Fabian Cancellara
    14/ Danemark Jakob Fuglsang champion national en contre la montre
    15/ Australie Stuart O'Grady
    16/ Luxembourg Fränk Schleck champion national sur route
    17/ Danemark Chris Anker Sörensen
    18/ Danemark Nicki Sörensen champion national sur route
    19/ Allemagne Jens Voigt

    Team Radioshack

    Lance ArmstrongIn the team which was created by and for him, Lance Armstrong is the leader. The American rider recently announced on Twitter that this will be his last Tour de France!

    21/ Verenigde Staten Lance Armstrong
    22/ Slovenië Janez Brajkovic
    23/ Verenigde Staten Christopher Horner
    24/ Duitsland Andreas Klöden
    25/ Verenigde Staten Levi Leipheimer
    26/ Kazakhstan Dmitry Muravyev
    27/ Portugal Sergio Paulinho
    28/ Ukraïne Yaroslav Popovych
    29/ Zwitserland Gregory Rast

    Team Sky

    Bradley Wiggins31/ Royaume-Uni Bradley Wiggins
    32/ Canada Michael Barry
    33/ Royaume-Uni Steve Cummings
    34/ Espagne Juan Antonio Flecha
    35/ Australie Simon Gerrans
    36/ Norvège Edvald Boasson Hagen champion national en contre la montre
    37/ Suède Thomas Löfkvist
    38/ Belgique Serge Pauwels
    39/ Royaume-Uni Geraint Thomas champion national sur route


    Aliaksandr Kuschynski41/ Italië Ivan Basso
    42/ Italië Francesco Bellotti
    43/ Slovenië Kristjan Koren
    44/ Tsjechische Republiek Roman Kreuziger
    45/ Wit-Rusland Aliaksandr Kuschynski nationaal kampioen weg (photo)
    46/ Italië Daniel Oss
    47/ Italië Manuel Quinziato
    48/ Polen Sylwester Szmyd
    49/ Denemarken Brian Vandborg


    Christian Vande Velde51/ Verenigde Staten Christian Vande Velde
    52/ Nieuw-Zeeland Julian Dean
    53/ Verenigde Staten Tyler Farrar
    54/ Canada Ryder Hesjedal
    55/ Zuid-Afrika Robbie Hunter
    56/ Nederland Martijn Maaskant
    57/ Verenigd Koninkrijk David Millar
    58/ België Johan van Summeren
    59/ Verenigde Staten David Zabriskie


    Sandy CasarThe team of which the sponsor recently extended the contract until 2014 will be at the start in Rotterdam with the following 9 riders:

    61/ France Christophe Le Mével
    62/ France Sandy Casar
    63/ France Rémy di Grégorio
    64/ France Anthony Geslin
    65/ France Matthieu Ladagnous
    66/ France Anthony Roux
    67/ France Jérémy Roy
    68/ Australie Wesley Sulzberger
    69/ France Benoît Vaugrenard

    Katusha Team

    Vladimir Karpets71/ Russie Vladimir Karpets
    72/ Russie Pavel Brutt
    73/ Russie Sergey Ivanov
    74/ Russie Alexander Kolobnev champion national sur route
    75/ Australie Robbie McEwen
    76/ Moldovie Alexandr Pliuschin champion national en contre la montre
    77/ Espagne Joaquim Rodriguez
    78/ Belgique Stijn Vandenbergh
    79/ Russie Eduard Vorganov

    AG2R La Mondiale

    Nicolas Roche81/ Irlande Nicolas Roche
    82/ France Maxime Bouet
    83/ France Dimitri Champion
    84/ Suisse Martin Elmiger champion national sur route
    85/ France John Gadret
    86/ France David Le Lay
    87/ France Lloyd Mondory
    88/ Italie Rinaldo Nocentini
    89/ France Christophe Riblon

    Cervélo TestTeam

    Carlos Sastre91/ Espagne Carlos Sastre
    92/ Espagne Xavier Florencio - the Spanish rider was caught in an internal doping check since he used medication which contained the forbidden component efedrine
    93/ Ukraine Volodimir Gustov
    94/ Royaume-Uni Jérémy Hunt
    95/ Norvège Thor Hushovd
    96/ Allemagne Andreas Klier
    97/ Lituania Ignatas Konovalovas
    98/ Australie Brett Lancaster
    99/ Royaume-Uni Daniel Lloyd (who takes over the place from Heinrich Haussler, who fell in the massive fall of the 4th stage of the Tour of Switzerland 2010)

    Omega Pharma-Lotto

    Mario Aerts101/ Belgique Jurgen van den Broeck
    102/ Belgique Mario Aerts
    103/ Belgique Francis de Greef
    104/ France Mickaël Delage
    105/ Allemagne Sebastian Lang
    106/ Australie Matthew Lloyd
    107/ Espagne Daniel Moreno
    108/ Belgique Jurgen Roelandts
    109/ Royaume-Uni Charles Wegelius

    Team HTC-Columbia

    Mark Cavendish111/ Royaume-Uni Mark Cavendish
    112/ Autriche Bernhard Eisel
    113/ Allemagne Bert Grabsch
    114/ Nouvelle Zélande Adam Hansen
    115/ Allemagne Tony Martin champion national en contre la montre
    116/ Belgique Maxime Monfort
    117/ Australie Mark Renshaw
    118/ Australie Michael Rogers
    119/ Belarus Kanstantsin Siutsou

    BMC Racing Team

    Cadel Evans121/ Australie Cadel Evans
    122/ Italie Alessandro Ballan
    123/ Etats-Unis Brent Bookwalter
    124/ Allemagne Marcus Burghardt
    125/ Suisse Mathias Frank
    126/ Etats-Unis George Hincapie
    127/ Pays-Bas Karsten Kroon
    128/ Suisse Steve Morabito
    129/ Italie Mauro Santambrogio

    Quick Step

    Carlos BarredoSince Tom Boonen cannot participate in the Tour de France 2010 due to an injury, the team wanted to give the place of the Belgian sprinter to Wouter Weylandt. However, since this rider was not on the preselection of 15 riders which A.S.O. asked in April, the team finally decided to come with the Italian Francesco Reda.

    131/ France Sylvain Chavanel
    132/ Espagne Carlos Barredo
    133/ Belgique Kevin de Weert
    134/ Belgique Dries Devenyns
    135/ France Jérôme Pineau
    136/ Italie Francesco Reda
    137/ Belgique Kevin Seeldrayers
    138/ Belgique Jurgen van de Walle
    139/ Belgique Maarten Wynants

    Team Milram

    Gerald Ciolek141/ Allemagne Linus Gerdemann
    142/ Allemagne Gerald Ciolek
    143/ Allemagne Johannes Fröhlinger
    144/ Allemagne Roger Kluge
    145/ Allemagne Christian Knees champion national sur route
    146/ Australie Luke Roberts
    147/ Autriche Thomas Rohregger
    148/ Pays-Bas Niki Terpstra champion national sur route
    149/ Allemagne Fabian Wegmann

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    Thomas Voeckler151/ France Thomas Voeckler champion national sur route
    152/ Japon Yukiya Arashiro
    153/ France Anthony Charteau
    154/ France Pierrick Fédrigo
    155/ France Cyril Gautier
    156/ France Pierre Rolland
    157/ France Matthieu Sprick
    158/ France Sébastien Turgot
    159/ France Nicolas Vogondy champion national en contre la montre

    Caisse d'Epargne

    Luis Léon Sanchez161/ Espagne Luis Léon Sanchez champion national en contre la montre
    162/ Portugal Rui Costa champion national en contre la montre
    163/ Espagne Imanol Erviti
    164/ Espagne Ivan Gutierrez champion national sur route
    165/ Belarus Vasil Kiryienka
    166/ France Christophe Moreau
    167/ France Mathieu Perget
    168/ Espagne Ruben Plaza
    169/ Espagne Jose Joaquin Rojas

    Cofidis, le crédit par téléphone

    Stéphane Augé171/ Estonie Rein Taaramae
    172/ France Stéphane Augé
    173/ France Samuel Dumoulin
    174/ France Julien El Fares
    175/ France Christophe Kern
    176/ France Sébastien Minard
    177/ France Amaël Moinard
    178/ France Damien Monier
    179/ France Rémi Pauriol


    Samuel Sanchez181/ Espagne Samuel Sanchez
    182/ Espagne Inaki Isasi
    183/ Espagne Egoi Martinez
    184/ Espagne Juan José Oroz
    185/ Espagne Alan Pérez
    186/ Espagne Ruben Pérez
    187/ Espagne Amets Txurruka
    188/ Espagne Ivan Velasco
    189/ Espagne Gorka Verdugo


    Lars Boom191/ Russie Denis Menchov
    192/ Pays-Bas Lars Boom
    193/ Espagne Oscar Freire
    194/ Espagne Juan Manuel Garate
    195/ Pays-Bas Robert Gesink
    196/ Pays-Bas Koos Moerenhout
    197/ Allemagne Grischa Niermann
    198/ Pays-Bas Bram Tankink
    199/ Pays-Bas Maarten Tjallingii

    Lampre-Farnese Vini

    Damiano Cunego201/ Italie Damiano Cunego
    202/ Slovénie Grega Bole
    203/ Italie Mauro Da Dalto
    204/ Italie Francesco Gavazzi
    205/ Allemagne Danilo Hondo
    206/ Italie Mirco Lorenzetto
    207/ Italie Adriano Malori
    208/ Italie Alessandro Petacchi
    209/ Slovénie Simon Spilak


    211/ Italie Eros Capecchi
    212/ Espagne Alberto Benitez
    213/ Portugal Manuel Cardoso
    214/ Espagne Arkaitz Duran
    215/ Autriche Markus Eibegger
    216/ Italie Fabio Felline
    217/ Espagne Iban Mayoz
    218/ Espagne Aitor Perrez Arrieta
    219/ Espagne Rafael Valls

    by Thomas Vergouwen
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  1. http://www.cyclisme-roltiss-over.com/article-a-liste-des-coureurs-participant-au-tdf-2010-et-leurs-numeros-53182523.html

    | Roland TISSIER | wednesday 30 June 2010 at 7:22:55

  2. Bonjour: je voudrai savoire si Laurent FIGNON sera parmi nous cette année et savoir ci sont etat s'ameliore ,et je lui souhaite bon courrage a se grand champion ; dememe a jalabert et toutes l'equipe du tours je vous remercis pour vos commantaires .abientot sur le tours

    | THOMAS PHILIPPE | wednesday 30 June 2010 at 14:10:38

  3. Oui, LAURENT fignon sera là

    | Roland TISSIER | wednesday 30 June 2010 at 15:43:04

  4. Jammer dat de tour in dit stadium alweer \'verkocht\' is. Het is onbestaanbaar wat Cancellara gisteren geflinkt heeft! Vanaf heden kijk ik een stuk gereserveerder naar dit wielerspektakel.

    | Jan Demming | tuesday 06 July 2010 at 15:17:56

  5. j adore fignon je sais quil gagnera sur sa maladie
    aussi allez les francais 1 mn sur le maillot jaune on peut le faire

    | ARTH | tuesday 06 July 2010 at 18:55:08

  6. Alexandre Vinokourov <3
    Andy Schleck <3
    Ryder Hesjedal <3
    Alberto Contador <3
    Wawwee Sérieux Qui de mieuxx Bravo a vous tous vous etes tous dimenses champions avec un talent extrordinaire la finale d'aujourd'hui était manifique!!! et encore Bravo <3 :D

    | elizabeth lachance | thursday 22 July 2010 at 18:28:58

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