Koppenbergcross Men's Podium History

Podium history for the men's races at Koppenbergcross.

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2016Wout Van AertKevin PauwelsLars van der Haar
2015Wout Van AertKevin PauwelsLars van der Haar
2014Wout Van AertSven NysKevin Pauwels
2013Tom MeeusenKevin PauwelsKlaas Vantornout
2012Sven NysNiels AlbertKlaas Vantornout
2011Kevin PauwelsSven NysZdenek Stybar
2010Sven NysNiels AlbertKevin Pauwels
2009Sven NysNiels AlbertKlaas Vantornout
2008Sven NysLars BoomNiels Albert
2007Sven NysBart WellensZdeněk Štybar
2006Sven NysRichard GroenendaalJohn Gadret
2005Sven NysBart WellensJohn Gadret
2004Sven NysBart WellensJohn Gadret
2003Bart WellensArne DaelmansSven Nys
2002Richard GroenendaalSven NysBart Wellens
2001Sven NysRichard GroenendaalErwin Vervecken
2000Mario De ClercqErwin VerveckenRichard Groenendaal
1999 (1/11)Mario De ClercqSven NysBart Wellens
1999 (3/1)Peter Van Den AbeeleBart WellensBen Berden
1998Bart WellensPeter Van Den AbeelePascal Van Riet
1997Peter Van Den AbeeleBeat WabelDanny De Bie
1996Mario LammensKris De BlockJaak Eeckhout
1992Pavel CamrdaPavel ElsnicPeter Van Den Abeele
1991Peter Van Den AbeelePaul De BrauwerBeat Wabel
1990Chris DavidGuy VandijckRonny Poelvoorde
1989Rudy ThielemansChristiaan HautekeetePaul De Brauwer
1988Rudy ThielemansKurt De RooseRudy De Bie


Full men's elite replay from the first race of the DVV series at Mario de Clercq.

Brailsford: Ineos Poised For Tour Victory


Team Ineos boss Dave Brailsford said Tuesday his riders were perfectly poised for another Tour de France win at the halfway stage after 10 rollercoaster stages so far.

Ranking The The Tour de France Favorites On The First Rest Day

The action packed 2019 Tour de France reached its halfway stage with several favourites getting blown down the standings by the wind on the road to Albi on Monday.

Wout Van Aert Wins Wind Whipped Stage 10

Dutch rookie Wout van Aert won stage 10 of the Tour de France on Monday as Julian Alaphilippe extended his overall lead after a blistering late charge split the peloton.

Impey Takes Stage 9 As Bardet Goes On The Attack

South African Daryl Impey won stage nine of the Tour de France on Sunday, leaving local fans to settle for Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe keeping hold of the yellow jersey on Bastille Day.

De Gendt Stuns On Stage 8, Alaphalippe Retakes Yellow

Thomas De Gendt won Saturday's Tour de France eighth stage with a solo breakaway as home hero Julian Alaphilippe thrillingly won back the yellow jersey on the eve of the Bastille Day national holiday.

Tejay Van Garderen Abandones Tour With Broken Hand

American Tejay Van Garderen, who crashed on stage 7 and broke a bone in his left hand, has dropped out of the Tour de France, his team, Education First, said.

Groenewegen Gets Tour de France Stage 7 Over Ewan, Sagan

Dutch speed king Dylan Groenewegen edged an ultra-tight bunch sprint on stage seven of the Tour de France on Friday as Italy's Giulio Ciccone retained the overall race lead.

Giulio Ciccone Renews Contract With Trek-Segafredo

Trek-Segafredo announced that young Italian climber Giulio Ciccone has prolonged his contract through 2021. 

Dylan Teuns Takes Stage 6 As Ciccone Grabs Yellow

Defending Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas defied his doubters Thursday as Belgian Dylan Teuns won stage six and his breakaway partner Giulio Ciccone snatched the yellow jersey by just a few seconds on an iconic mountain stage.

Sagan Gets His Win In Tour's Stage 5

Slovakia's Peter Sagan kept enough strength in reserve in the hills of Alsace to win a reduced bunch sprint for his 12th overall Tour de France stage win on Wednesday.