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AlUla Tour (2.1),
Formerly Saudi Tour,
Saudi Arabia

Winners, podium, distance, average speed.

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The race:

The current AlUla Tour has its origins in the intermittently held Tour of Saudi Arabia, organized four times between 1999 and 2013.

From 2014 through 2019 the race was not run.

In 2020 the French firm ASO (Amaury Sport Organization), the organizer of such storied races like the Tour de France, Paris-Roubaix, Paris-Nice, and interestingly, the Tour of Oman, re-started the race in 2020.

The race was renamed AlUla Tour for the 2024 edition

The Tour of Oman, also on the Arabian peninsula is generally held in mid-February.

The AlUla Tour is currently a five-stage race held in early February

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Podium history:

Year

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

Distance

Average Speed
km/hr

1999 Amr Elnady Yuriy Plyuhkin Ondrej Slobodnik    
2000 Race not run
2001 Ghader Mizbani Mohamed Abdel Fattah Hossein Askari    
2002 Ghader Mizbani Sergey Lavrenenko Sergey Tretyakov    
2003 -2012 Race not run
2013 Murad Tarik Obaid Ali Abad Ayman Al Habtra    
2014 -2019 Race not run
2020 Phil Bauhaus
17hr 53min 38sec
Nacer Bouhanni
@ 2sec
Rui Costa
@ 13sec
760 km 42.473 km/hr
2021 Race not run because of Covid-19
2022 Maxim Van Gils
20hr 5min 48sec
Santiago Buitrago
@ 36sec
Rui Costa
@ 48sec
831.3 km 41.365 km/hr
2023 Ruben Guerreiro
20hr 20min 4sec
Davide Formolo
@ 8sec
Santiago Buitrago
@ 9sec
830 km 40.082
km/hr
2024 Simon Yates
18hr 37min 5sec
William Junior Lecerf
@ 3sec
Finn Fisher-Black
s.t.
810.2 km 43.517
km/hr

 


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