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GP Ouest-France

GP Ouest-France
Race details
Date Late August
Region Plouay, France
English name Grand Prix of West France
Local name(s) Grand Prix de Ouest-France (French)
Discipline Road
Competition UCI World Tour
Type Single-day race
History
First edition 1931 (1931)
Editions 79 (as of 2015)
First winner  François Favé (FRA)
Most wins 9 riders with 2 wins
Most recent  Alexander Kristoff (NOR)

Grand-Prix de Plouay Ouest-France (now known as GP Ouest-France) is an elite cycle race held annually in late summer around a circuit based on the small Breton village of Plouay since 1931. Originally named Grand-Prix de Plouay, it has been part of the UCI ProTour since the competition's inception in 2005, and in 2009 became one of the events in which points can be won towards the UCI World Ranking. Since 1989, the race has been known as GP Ouest-France.

The winners list has been dominated by French riders (see below). The first non-French winner of the race was the Italian Ugo Anzile in 1954, second was Frits Pirard from the Netherlands in 1979.

Past winners

Rider Team
1931 Favé, FrançoisFrançois Favé (FRA)
1932 Bono, PhilippePhilippe Bono (FRA)
1933 Bono, PhilippePhilippe Bono (FRA)
1934 Tulot, LucienLucien Tulot (FRA)
1935 Le Dily, JeanJean Le Dily (FRA)
1936 Cogan, PierrePierre Cogan (FRA)
1937 Goasmat, Jean-MarieJean-Marie Goasmat (FRA)
1938 Cloarec, PierrePierre Cloarec (FRA)
1945 Tassin, EloiEloi Tassin (FRA)
1946 Le Strat, AngeAnge Le Strat (FRA)
1947 Louviot, RaymondRaymond Louviot (FRA)
1948 Tassin, EloiEloi Tassin (FRA)
1949 Audaire, ArmandArmand Audaire (FRA)
1950 Audaire, ArmandArmand Audaire (FRA)
1951 Guerinel, EmileEmile Guerinel (FRA)
1952 Guerinel, EmileEmile Guerinel (FRA)
1953 Blusson, SergeSerge Blusson (FRA)
1954 Anzile, UgoUgo Anzile (ITA)
1955 Petitjean, JeanJean Petitjean (FRA)
1956 Huot, ValentinValentin Huot (FRA)
1957 Vitre, IsaacIsaac Vitre (FRA)
1958 Gainche, JeanJean Gainche (FRA)
1959 Crenn, EmmanuelEmmanuel Crenn (FRA)
1960 Ferrer, HubertHubert Ferrer (FRA)
1961 Picot, FernandFernand Picot (FRA)
1962 Gainche, JeanJean Gainche (FRA)
1963 Picot, FernandFernand Picot (FRA)
1964 Bourles, JeanJean Bourles (FRA)
1965 Goasduff, FrancoisFrançois Goasduff (FRA)
1966 Mazeaud, ClaudeClaude Mazeaud (FRA)
1967 Hamon, FrancoisFrançois Hamon (FRA)
1968 Jourden, JeanJean Jourden (FRA)
1969 Jourden, JeanJean Jourden (FRA)
1970 Marcarini, JeanJean Marcarini (FRA)
1971 Danguillaume, Jean-PierreJean-Pierre Danguillaume (FRA)
1972 Bouloux, RobertRobert Bouloux (FRA)
1973 Largeau, Jean-ClaudeJean-Claude Largeau (FRA)
1974 Martin, RaymondRaymond Martin (FRA)
1975 Guimard, CyrilleCyrille Guimard (FRA)
1976 Bossis, JacquesJacques Bossis (FRA)
1977 Bossis, JacquesJacques Bossis (FRA)
1978 Villemiane, Pierre-RaymondPierre-Raymond Villemiane (FRA)
1979 Pirard, FritsFrits Pirard (NED)
1980 Friou, PatrickPatrick Friou (FRA)
1981 Duclos-Lassalle, GilbertGilbert Duclos-Lassalle (FRA)
1982 Castaing, FrancoisFrançois Castaing (FRA)
1983 Bazzo, PierrePierre Bazzo (FRA)
1984 Kelly, SeanSean Kelly (IRL)
1985 Guyot, EricEric Guyot (FRA)
1986 Gayant, MartialMartial Gayant (FRA)
1987 Duclos-Lassalle, GilbertGilbert Duclos-Lassalle (FRA)
1988 Leblanc, LucLuc Leblanc (FRA)
1989 Colotti, Jean-ClaudeJean-Claude Colotti (FRA)
1990 Cornillet, BrunoBruno Cornillet (FRA)
1991 Las Cuevas, Armand deArmand de Las Cuevas (FRA)
1992 Pensec, RonanRonan Pensec (FRA)
1993 Claveyrolat, ThierryThierry Claveyrolat (FRA)
1994 Tchmil, AndreiAndreï Tchmil (MDA)
1995 Jarmann, RolfRolf Järmann (SUI)
1996 Vandenbroucke, FrankFrank Vandenbroucke (BEL)
1997 Ferrigato, AndreaAndrea Ferrigato (ITA)
1998 Herbe, PascalPascal Hervé (FRA)
1999 Mengin, ChristopheChristophe Mengin (FRA)
2000 Bartoli, MicheleMichele Bartoli (ITA)
2001 Mattan, NicoNico Mattan (BEL)
2002 Hunt, JeremyJeremy Hunt (GBR) BigMat-Auber 93


2004 Rous, DidierDidier Rous (FRA)
2005 Hincapie, George)USA(
2006 Nibali, VincenzoVincenzo Nibali (ITA)
2007 Voeckler, ThomasThomas Voeckler (FRA)
2008 Fedrigo, PierrickPierrick Fédrigo (FRA)
2009 Gerrans, SimonSimon Gerrans (AUS)
2010 Goss, MatthewMatthew Goss (AUS)
2011 Bole, GregaGrega Bole (SLO)
2012 Boasson Hagen, EdvaldEdvald Boasson Hagen (NOR)
2013 Pozzato, FilippoFilippo Pozzato (ITA)
2014 Chavanel, SylvainSylvain Chavanel (FRA)
2015 Kristoff, AlexanderAlexander Kristoff (NOR)

External links

  • Official website
  • Palmares at Cycling Archives


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