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1993 | July 3 - July 25
Le Puy de Fou - Paris

total distance: 3714.0 km
number of stages: 20

money for winner: 2 000 000 F
money total: 11 000 000 F

Miguel Indurain | Banesto | Spain | age: 29
time: 95hr 57min 9sec | average speed: 38.709 km/h
2nd place: Tony Rominger (+ 4min 59sec)
3rd place: Zenon Jaskula (+ 5min 48sec)
winning team: Carrera
number of participants: 180
finished: 136
not finished: 44
Jerseys winners:

 Miguel Indurain
 Djamolidine Abdoujaparov
 Tony Rominger
 Antonio Martin


Tour de France start:

Statistic of the riders:
Route length:
(compared with longest route in 1926 - 5745 km)

 3 714 / 5 745 
 64,6%


Stages

number of stages in this year*: 21 | display finish towns on map
*total number of posibbilities to win the stage

STAGES - start, finish, length, winner, time, average speed
PLe Puy du Fou - Le Puy du Fou  6.8 km  ESP  Miguel INDURAIN  0:08:12  49.8 km/h
1Luçon - Les Sables  215.0 km  ITA  Mario CIPOLLINI  4:52:29  44.1 km/h
2Les Sables - Vannes  227.5 km  BEL  Wilfried NELISSEN  5:41:09  40.0 km/h
3Vannes - Dinard  189.5 km  UZB  Djamolidine ABDOUJAPAROV  4:41:53  40.3 km/h
4Dinard - Avranches  81.0 km  ITA  GB-MG Maglificio  1:34:10  51.6 km/h
5Avranches - Evreux  225.5 km  DAN  Jesper SKIBBY  5:11:57  43.4 km/h
6Evreux - Amiens  158.0 km  BEL  Johan BRUYNEEL  3:11:50  49.4 km/h
7Peronne - Chalons-sur-Marne  199.0 km  DAN  Bjarne RIIS  4:28:11  44.5 km/h
8Chalons-sur-Marne - Verdun  184.5 km  USA  Lance ARMSTRONG  4:22:23  42.2 km/h
9Lac de Madine - Lac de Madine  59.0 km  ESP  Miguel INDURAIN  1:12:50  48.6 km/h
10Villard-de-Lans - Serre-Chevalier  203.0 km  SUI  Tony ROMINGER  5:28:52  37.2 km/h
11Serre-Chevalier - Isola 2000  179.0 km  SUI  Tony ROMINGER  5:41:03  31.5 km/h
12Isola 2000 - Marseille  286.5 km  ITA  Fabio ROSCIOLI  7:29:44  38.4 km/h
13Marseille - Montpellier  181.5 km  GER  Olaf LUDWIG  4:13:10  43.0 km/h
14Montpellier - Perpignan  223.0 km  FRA  Pascal LINO  5:28:51  40.7 km/h
15Perpignan - Andorra  231.5 km  COL  Oliverio RINCON  7:20:19  31.5 km/h
16Andorra - Saint-Lary-Soulan  230.0 km  POL  Zenon JASKULA  7:21:01  31.3 km/h
17Tarbes - Pau  190.0 km  ITA  Claudio CHIAPPUCCI  5:05:33  37.3 km/h
18Orthez - Bordeaux  199.5 km  UZB  Djamolidine ABDOUJAPAROV  5:09:04  39.2 km/h
19Brétigny-sur-Orge - Montlhéry  48.0 km  SUI  Tony ROMINGER  0:57:02  50.5 km/h
20Viry-Chatillon - Paris  196.5 km  UZB  Djamolidine ABDOUJAPAROV  5:27:20  36.0 km/h


Winners of stages in 1993 by nations (11):

 nation  No.wins share (%)
 ITA  4 
 19,05% 
 UZB  3 
 14,29% 
 SUI  3 
 14,29% 
 BEL  2 
 9,52% 
 DAN  2 
 9,52% 
 ESP  2 
 9,52% 
 USA  1 
 4,76% 
 GER  1 
 4,76% 
 FRA  1 
 4,76% 
 COL  1 
 4,76% 
 POL  1 
 4,76% 



Winners of stages in 1993 by cyclists (16):

 name  No.wins share (%)
 Djamolidine ABDOUJAPAROV  3 
 14,29% 
 Tony ROMINGER  3 
 14,29% 
 Miguel INDURAIN  2 
 9,52% 
 Zenon JASKULA  1 
 4,76% 
 Oliverio RINCON  1 
 4,76% 
 Pascal LINO  1 
 4,76% 
 Olaf LUDWIG  1 
 4,76% 
 Fabio ROSCIOLI  1 
 4,76% 
 Lance ARMSTRONG  1 
 4,76% 
 Bjarne RIIS  1 
 4,76% 
 Johan BRUYNEEL  1 
 4,76% 
 Jesper SKIBBY  1 
 4,76% 
 GB-MG Maglificio  1 
 4,76% 
 Wilfried NELISSEN  1 
 4,76% 
 Mario CIPOLLINI  1 
 4,76% 
 Claudio CHIAPPUCCI  1 
 4,76% 



Ascents

number of ascents in this year*: 20 | display ascents on map
*ascents of the second, first and "hors" category

THE ALPES [6]
Col de Vars (2110 m):  ITA  Davide CASSANI
Col du Glandon (1924 m):  ITA  Stefano COLAGE
Col du Télégraphe (1566 m):  FRA  Thierry CLAVEYROLAT
Galibier (2645 m):  SUI  Tony ROMINGER
Izoard (2361 m):  ITA  Claudio CHIAPPUCCI
Restefond (Col de la Bonette) (2802 m):  GBR  Robert MILLAR
THE PYRENEES [12]
Aubisque (1709 m):  ITA  Claudio CHIAPPUCCI
Bonaiga (2072 m):  SUI  Tony ROMINGER
Col d’Ordino (1910 m):  COL  Oliverio RINCON
Col de Jau (1513 m):  FRA  Richard VIRENQUE
Montée de Pal (1870 m):  COL  Oliverio RINCON
Peyresourde (1569 m):  ITA  Claudio CHIAPPUCCI
Pla d’Adet (Saint-Lary-Soulan) (1680 m):  POL  Zenon JASKULA
Port d’Envalira (2408 m):  ESP  Roberto SIERRA
Portillon (1298 m):  SUI  Tony ROMINGER
Puerta del Canto (1725 m):  SUI  Tony ROMINGER
Puymorens (1915 m):  COL  Oliverio RINCON
Tourmalet (2115 m):  SUI  Tony ROMINGER
Other mountains [2]
Espigoulier (728 m):  ITA  Fabio ROSCIOLI
Isola 2000 (1900 m):  SUI  Tony ROMINGER


Winners of ascents in 1993 by nations (7):

 nation  No. wins share (%)
 SUI  6 
 30,00% 
 ITA  6 
 30,00% 
 COL  3 
 15,00% 
 FRA  2 
 10,00% 
 GBR  1 
 5,00% 
 POL  1 
 5,00% 
 ESP  1 
 5,00% 



Winners of ascents in 1993 by cyclists (11):

 name  No. wins share (%)
 Tony ROMINGER  6 
 30,00% 
 Oliverio RINCON  3 
 15,00% 
 Claudio CHIAPPUCCI  3 
 15,00% 
 Robert MILLAR  1 
 5,00% 
 Roberto SIERRA  1 
 5,00% 
 Stefano COLAGE  1 
 5,00% 
 Fabio ROSCIOLI  1 
 5,00% 
 Thierry CLAVEYROLAT  1 
 5,00% 
 Richard VIRENQUE  1 
 5,00% 
 Zenon JASKULA  1 
 5,00% 
 Davide CASSANI  1 
 5,00% 



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