Tour of Slovenia 2019


Fight for Green 2019: June 19th – 23th

Tour of Slovenia is the largest cycling event in Slovenia, which every year attracts more and more people, who follow and watch the race either at the race track or through different media channels. The very first Tour of Slovenia was organized in May 1993, just one year after the Slovenian cycling organization became a member of the International cycling association UCI.

The Slovenian tour has continuously grown and developed and today, after successfully finishing already it’s 25th edition, it attracts world’s best cyclists and cycling teams to compete and demonstrate their skills on picturesque Slovenian roads, where images of landscapes change from Alpine, Pannonian to Mediterranean area.

With world-class partners and under a new slogan “Fight for green” the Tour of Slovenia is gaining new momentum and is – aside from being a top cycling event – becoming also one of the main events for the international promotion of Slovenia as a five-star tourist destination.

Tour of Slovenia 2019 – 5 stages

Tour of Slovenia 2019 will be held from 19th to 23rd June 2019 across five stages, namely:

1. stage: Ljubljana – Rogaška Slatina
2. stage: Maribor – Celje
3. stage: Žalec – Idrija
4. stage: Nova Gorica – Ajdovščina
5. stage: Trebnje – Novo mesto

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Last 10 winners of the Tour of Slovenia

2018 Primož Roglič (SLO) LOTTO NL JUMBO
2017 Rafal Majka (POL) BORA HANSGROHE
2016 Rein Taaramae (EST) KATUSHA
2015 Primož Roglič (SLO) ADRIA MOBIL
2014 Tiago Machado (POR) NETAP ENDURA
2013 Radoslav Rogina (CRO) ADRIA MOBIL
2012 Janez Brajkovič (SLO) ASTANA
2011 Diego Ulissi (ITA) LAMPRE ISD
2010 Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) LIQUIGAS
2009 Jakob Fuglsang (DEN) SAXO BANK


Tour of Slovenia – info

  • Until now 2.883 cyclists made their appearance at one or more stage starts of the Tour of Slovenia.
  • Cyclist with most appearances at the Slovenian tour is Radoslav Rogina from Adria Mobil Cycling Team, who appeared at 19 out of 25 races.
  • Most Slovenes started the race in 2009 (40), and the least on the first race in 1993 (18).
  • The longest race was organized in 1999 when cyclists covered a total of 1102.5 km.
  • The highest average speed was achieved at the 2004 race – 922 kilometers were carried in 21 hours, 48 minutes and three seconds at an average speed of 42,292 km / h.
  • In 2017, the race among other surplus also provided the following: the highest number of riders on the start (147) and also the most cyclists so far finished the race (133); in this year the largest number of countries were represented at the race start (24) while 16 foreign teams have appeared at the race.
  • In 25 years, cyclists traveled a total of 19,628 kilometers, which means that the race has circled Slovenia for more than 14 times.

More info: Tour of Slovenia

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