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Tour of Qinghai Lake

Tour of Qinghai Lake
Race details
Date July
Region Qinghai Province, China
Local name(s) 环青海湖国际公路自行车赛 (Chinese)
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Asia Tour 2.HC
Type Stage race
Organiser Chinese Cycling Association
First edition 2002 (2002)
Editions 14 (as of 2015)
First winner  Tom Danielson (USA)
Most wins Hossein Alizadeh (cyclist)
Most recent  Radoslav Rogina (CRO)

The Tour of Qinghai Lake is an annual professional road bicycle racing stage race held in Qinghai Province, China since 2002, named after Qinghai Lake. The race is sanctioned by the International Cycling Union (UCI) as a 2.HC (high class) race as part of the UCI Asia Tour.

Past winners

General classification

Rider Team
2002 Danielson, TomTom Danielson (USA) Mercury Cycling Team
2003 Cunego, DamianoDamiano Cunego (ITA) Italy (national team)
2004 Cox, RyanRyan Cox (RSA) Barloworld
2005 Mareš, MartinMartin Mareš (CZE) eD'system - ZVVZ

2007 Missaglia, GabrieleGabriele Missaglia (ITA)
2008 Hamilton, TylerTyler Hamilton (USA)
2009 Mizurov, AndreyAndrey Mizurov (KAZ)
2010 Askari, HosseinHossein Askari (IRI)
2011 Gazvoda, GregorGregor Gazvoda (SLO)
2012 Alizadeh, HosseinHossein Alizadeh (IRI)
2013 Pourseyedi, SamadSamad Pourseyedi (IRI)
2014 Davidenok, IlyaIlya Davidenok (KAZ) Astana Continental Team
2015 Rogina, RadoslavRadoslav Rogina (CRO) Adria Mobil

External links

  • Official website
  • Palmares at Cycling Archives
  • Statistics at
  • Tour of Qinghai Lake at

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