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Tour of Oman (2.Pro)

Winners, podium, distance, average speed

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The race:

The Tour of Oman is a men's stage race is held in Oman in late January or early February. It is part of the UCI Asia Tour. In 2012 it was classified as an "HC" level race. It is currently (2023) ranked as a 2.Pro level race.

The Tour of Oman is organized by A.S.O., the owner of the Tour de France, Paris-Roubaix and several other prestigious races.

The 2020 was canceled because of the death of Sultan Qaboos, which put the Sultinate into a a state of national mourning.

The race currently has six stages and has four individual classifications (there are no mountains nor climber classifications), plus a team classification:

  • Red Jersey: General Classification
  • Green: points
  • White: Best Young rider
  • Red w/ white squares: Combativity

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Complete podium history with links to more complete results:

Year

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

Distance

Average Speed
km/hr

2010 Fabian Cancellara
16hr 2min 52sec
Edvald Boasson Hagen
@ 28sec
Cameron Meyer
@ s.t.
687.5 km 42.841
2011 Robert Gesink
20hr 24min 36sec
Edvald Boasson Hagen
@ 1min 13sec
Giovanni Visconti
@ 1min 19sec
838.5 km 41.083
2012 Peter Velits
21hr 32min 2sec
Vincenzo Nibali
@ 1sec
Tony Gallopin
@ 17sec
875.0 km 40.634
2013 Christopher Froome
23hr 28min 33sec
Alberto Contador
@ 27sec
Cadel Evans
@ 39sec
938.5 km 39.977
2014 Christopher Froome
22hr 2min 26sec
Tejay Van Garderen
@ 26sec
Rigoberto Uran
@ 31sec
915.5 km 41.537
2015 Rafael Valls
21hr 9min 31sec
Tejay van Garderen
@ 9sec
Alejandro Valverde
@ 19sec
987 km 46.648 km/hr
2016 Vincenzo Nibali
22hr 25min 25sec
Romain Bardet
@ 15sec
Jakob Fuglsang
@ 24sec
914 km 40.761
2017 Ben Hermans
20hr 56min 20sec
Rui Alberto Faria
@ 22sec
Fabio Aru
@ 35sec
884.5 km 42.242
km/hr
2018 Alexey Lutsenko
22hr 49min 50sec
Miguel Angel Lopez
@ 11sec
Gorka Izagirre
@ 28sec
914.5 km 40.06
km/hr
2019 Alexey Lutsenko
21hr 45min 51sec
Domenico Pozzovivo
@ 44sec
Jesus Herrada
@ 47sec
906 km 41.564 km/hr
2020 Race cancelled
2021 Race cancelled
2022 Jan Hirt
22hr 35min 43sec
Fausto Masnada
@ 1min 0sec
Rui Costa
@ 1min 16sec
891 km 39.433 km/hr
2023 Matteo Jorgenson
19hr 56min 21sec
Mauri Vansevenant
@ 1sec
Geoffrey Bouchard
@ 28sec
830.3
km
41.642
km/hr
2024 Adam Yates
14hr 22min 30sec
Jan Hirt
@ 19sec
Finn Fisher-Black
@ 39sec
603.9
km
42.010
km/hr

 


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