Every Fine At The 2020 Tour de France

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The 2020 Tour de France jury of commissaires handed out $33,800(CHF) in fines through 21 stages of the race. Below you will find a summary of the most costly violations as well as the stage-by-stage breakdown.

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Most Fined Individuals

  • 4: Dmitriy Fofonov, Hugh Carthy
  • 3: Matt Winston, Wout van Aert, Valentin Madouas, Jose Luis Arrieta
  • 2: Marc Hirschi, Charly Wegelius, Nils Politt, Omar Fraile, Peter Sagan, Valentin Madouas, Primoz Roglic, Christopher Juul Jensen, Matteo Trentin

Most Fined Teams

  • 8,500: Team Jumbo-Visma
  • 2,900: Movistar Team
  • 2,500: Team Sunweb
  • 2,100: EF Education First

Most Common Fines

  • 41: Waste Disposal
  • 30: Sticky Bottle
  • 08: Late Feed
  • 07: Inappropriate Urinating
  • 04: Shelter Behind A Vehicle, Vehicle Movement

Most Costly Totals

  • 10,900: Waste Disposal
  • 6,000: Sticky Bottle
  • 4,800: Late Feed
  • 4,000: Jersey Violation
  • 2,000: Improper Behavior
  • 1,400: Shelter Behind A Vehicle
  • 1,400 Disregarding Commissaries
  • 1,400: Inappropriate Urinating
  • 1,000: Vehicle Movement 

  

StageFine (CHS)TimeIndividualTeamTypeReason
202000
Tom DumoulinTJVRiderJersey Violation
202000
Tony MartinTJVRiderJersey Violation
19200
Greg van AvermaetCCCRiderWaste Disposal
19200
Max WalscheidNTTRiderSticky Bottle
19200
Gino Van OudenhoveNTTDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
182000EjectedMerijn ZeemanTJVDirecteur SportifImproper Behavior
1820010sWout van AertTJVRiderHolding Onto Car
18200
Valentin MadouasGFCRiderSticky Bottle
18200
Imanol ErvitiMOVRiderSticky Bottle
18200
Jan HirtCCCRiderSticky Bottle
18200
Pierre RollandBVCRiderSticky Bottle
18200
Thierry BricaudGFCDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
18200
Jose Luis ArrietaMOVDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
18200
Fabio BaldatoCCCDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
18200
Jimmy EngoulventBVCDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
18500
Dario CataldoMOVRiderWaste Disposal
18500
Simon GeschkeCCCRiderWaste Disposal
18500
Christopher Juul jensenMTSRiderWaste Disposal
18200
Wout van AertTJVRiderWaste Disposal
18200
Mikel LandaTBMRiderWaste Disposal
18200
Alberto BettiolEFRiderWaste Disposal
18200
Hugh CarthyEFRiderWaste Disposal
18200
Matteo TrentinCCCRiderWaste Disposal
18200
Tadej PogacarUADRiderWaste Disposal
18200
Hugh CarthyEFRiderInappropriate Urinating
17500
Matthew WinstonSUNDirecteur SportifDisregarding Commissaires
17500
Grisch NiermannTJVDirecteur SportifDisregarding Commissaires
17200
Dmitriy FofonovASTDirecteur SportifDisregarding Commissaires
17500
Gorka IzaguirreASTRiderWaste Disposal
17200
Valentin MadouasGFCRiderWaste Disposal
17200
Primoz RoglicTJVRiderWaste Disposal
17200
Bahrain-McLaren Rider
RiderWaste Disposal
17200
Nelson OliveiraMOVRiderSticky Bottle
17200
Casper PedersenSUNRiderSticky Bottle
17200
Matthew WinstonSUNDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
17200
Jose Luis ArrietaMOVDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
16500
Egan BernalIGDRiderWaste Disposal
16200
Tiesj BenootSUNRiderWaste Disposal
16200
Time de WaeleGettyMediaWaste Disposal
16200
Sebstien ReichenbachGFCRiderSticky Bottle
16200
Christopher Juul jensenMTSRiderSticky Bottle
16200
Hugo HofstetterISNRiderSticky Bottle
16200
Philippe MauduitGFCDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
16200
Matt HaymanMTSDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
16200
Eric van LanckerISNDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
15500
Michal KwiatkowskiIGDRiderWaste Disposal
15500
Valentin MadouasGFCRiderWaste Disposal
15500
Geoffrey SoupeTDERiderWaste Disposal
15200
Primoz RoglicTJCRiderInappropriate Urinating
13500
Romain SicardTDERiderWaste Disposal
13200
Nairo QuintanaARKRiderWaste Disposal
13200
INEOS RiderIGDRiderWaste Disposal
13200
Lennard KamnaBOHRiderInappropriate Urinating
12200
Nils PolittISNRiderWaste Disposal
12200
Winner AnaconaARKRiderWaste Disposal
12200
Imanol ErvitiMOVRiderWaste Disposal
12200
Jens KeukeleireEFRiderSticky Bottle
12200
Niccolò BonifazioTDERiderSticky Bottle
12200
Charly WegeliusEFDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
12200
Benoit GenauzeauTDEDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
12Warning
Steeve MeilleurL'EquipeMediaVehicle Movement
11500RelegationPeter SaganBOHRiderSprint Deviation
11200
Wout van AertTJVRiderFlipping Off Sagan
11200
Hugh CarthyEFRiderWaste Disposal
10200
Gregor MuhlbergerBOHRiderWaste Disposal
10200
Elia VivianiCOFRiderWaste Disposal
920020sMarc HirschiSUNRiderLate Feed
9200
Marc HirschiSUNRiderWaste Disposal
9200
Matteo TrentinCCCRiderWaste Disposal
9200
José RojasMOVRiderWaste Disposal
91000
Matthew WinstonSUNDirecteur SportifLate Feed
8500
Andreas KlierEFDirecteur SportifVehicle Movement
8500
Stéphane GoubertAG2RDirecteur SportifVehicle Movement
8Warning
Jos HayenL'EquipeMediaVehicle Movement
720020sHugh CarthyEFRiderShelter behind a vehicle
7500
Charly WegeliusEFDirecteur SportifShelter behind a vehicle
7200
Kasper AsgreenDQTRiderWaste Disposal
7200
Bob JunglesDQTRiderWaste Disposal
7200
Sébastien ReichenbachFDJRiderWaste Disposal
6200
Matej MohoricTBMRiderSticky Bottle
6200
Luis León SanchezASTRiderSticky Bottle
6200
Gorazd ŠtangeljTBMDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
6200
Dmitriy FofonovASTDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
6200
Jesus HerradaCOFRiderWaste Disposal
6200
Andrey AmadorIGDRiderWaste Disposal
6200
INEOS RiderIGDRiderWaste Disposal
6200
Guy NivISNRiderInappropriate Urinating
6200
Nils PolittISNRiderInappropriate Urinating
520020sSepp KussTJVRiderLate Feed
520020sJulian AlaphilippeDQTRiderLate Feed
520020sCarlos VeronaMOVRiderLate Feed
51000
Grisch NiermannTJVDirecteur SportifLate Feed
51000
Tom SteelsDQTDirecteur SportifLate Feed
51000
Jose Luis ArrietaMOVDirecteur SportifLate Feed
5Warning
Peter SaganBOHRiderIrregular Sprint
5Warning
Jens DebusschereBVCRiderIrregular Sprint
5200
Omar FraileASTRiderSticky Bottle
5200
Dmitriy FofonovASTDirecteur SportifSticky Bottle
5200
Omar FraileASTRiderWaste Disposal
4200
Pavel SivakovIGDRiderWaste Disposal
3200
Diego RosaARKRiderInappropriate Urinating
3200
Bryan CoquardBVCRiderInappropriate Urinating
3200
Dmitriy FofonovASTDirecteur SportifDisregarding Commissaires
2200
Simon GeschkeCCCRiderShelter behind a vehicle
2500
Roberto DamianiCOFDirecteur SportifShelter behind a vehicle
2200
UAE RiderUAERiderWaste Disposal

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