Dubai Tour: Recent Winners
The Dubai Tour is even younger than the prosperity in the Emirate of Dubai with the inaugural edition being held in 2014. Cyclingstage.com brings you all winners en records.
Winners Dubai Tour:
2018: Elia Viviani (ita)
2017: Marcel Kittel (ger)
2016: Marcel Kittel (ger)
2015: Mark Cavendish (gbr)
2014: Taylor Phinney (usa)
Record holder Dubai Tour
Marcel Kittel is the only rider who won the Dubai Tour twice.
The German sprinter is also the most successful rider as far as stage wins in Dubai goes. Both in 2014 and 2017 he powered to three victories, while he outsprinted the pack twice in 2016. So that’s a total of eight stage wins at the Dubai Tour.
Elia Viviani and Mark Cavendish are way behind with four stage wins each.
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