Critérium International: Recent winners
Critérium International is a 2 day stage race, held on Corsica in recent years. The race contains a short flat stage and a time trial on the first day, and a mountain stage on the last. Up until 1978 only French riders were allowed to participate since the race was considered something of a French national championship. German Jens Voigt is the only non-French national to win the race 5 times, his last victory taken at an age of 38. Cyclingstage.com presents the recent winners of Critérium International.
Recent winners of the Critérium International
2016: Thibaut Pinot (fra)
2015: Jean-Christophe Peraud (fra)
2014: Jean-Christophe Peraud (fra)
2013: Chris Froome (gbr)
2012: Cadel Evans (aus)
2011: Fränk Schleck (lux)
2010: Pierrick Fedrigo (fra)
2009: Jens Voigt (ger)
2008: Jens Voigt (ger)
2007: Jens Voigt (ger)
2006: Ivan Basso (ita)
2005: Bobby Julich (usa)
2004: Jens Voigt (ger)
2003: Laurent Brochard (fra)
2002: José Alberto Martínez (spa)
2001: Rik Verbrugghe (bel)
2000: Abraham Olano (spa)
Records in the Critérium International
Emile Idée , Raymond Poulidor (both from France) and Jens Voigt are the only riders to win the Critérium International 5 times.
Voigt holds another joint record as well. He is one of two who have won the race three times in a row. The other being Sean Kelly (Irl).
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