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Paris-Camembert Lepetit (1.1), France

Paris-Camembert Lepetit is a single day race held in April in Normandy, in northeast France.

It is one of the oldest continuously held bicycle races, the first edition being held in 1906. Then it was known as Paris-Vimoutiers. Since 1942 it has been named Paris-Camembert Lepetit.

Because it is run during the big northern European classics, Paris-Camembert has a tendency to attract a mostly French peloton.

The UCI classed it as a 1.1 race in 2005 and made it part of the Europe Tour.

My apologies for not yet having a complete podium history for this very old race.

Recent podium history:

Year

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

Distance

Average Speed
km/hr

1985 Martial Gayant Vincent Barteau Christophe Lavainne    
1986 Kim Andersen Laurent Fignon Thierry Marie    
1987 Mathieu Hermans Jean-René Bernaudeau Jean-Claude Colotti    
1988 Laurent Fignon
6hr 17min 39sec
Bruno Cornillet
@ 56sec
Jean-Claude Leclercq
@ 1min 2sec
240 km 38.130
1989 Andreas Kappes
6hr 35min
Sammie Moreels
@ s.t.
Pascal Dubois
@ s.t.
240 km 35.46 km
1990 Thierry Marie Vincent Barteau John Van den Akker    
1991 Brian Holm Olaf Lurvik Jesus Blanco    
1992 Patrice Esnault
5hr 20min 17sec
Maximilian Sciandri
@ 1min 17sec
Luc Leblanc
@ s.t.
200 km 37.466
1993 Oleg Kozlitine
5hr 5min 15sec
Andy Hampsten
@ s.t.
Laurent Bezault
@ s.t.
200 km 39.312
1994 Armand De Las Cuevas Charly Mottet Laurent Brochard    
1995 Andrei Tchmil
5hr 43min 22sec
Laurent Brochard
@ s.t.
Michel van Haecke
@ s.t.
200 km 34.948
1996 Adriano Baffi
5hr 3min 44sec
Didier Rous
@ 1sec
Federico Colonna
@ 44sec
209 km 41.286
1997 Mauro Gianetti Viatcheslav Ekimov Pascal Hervé    
1998 Pascal Lino Arnaud Pretot Rodolfo Massi    
1999 Fabio Fontanelli
5hr 30min 14sec
Max van Heeswijk
@ 17sec
David Moncoutie
@ s.t.
208 km 37.791
2000 Didier Rous
4hr 46min 0sec
Lance Armstrong
@ 6sec
Igor Flores
@ s.t.
208 km 43.636
2001 Laurent Brochard
4hr 54min 4sec
David Millar
@ 9sec
Scott Sunderland
@ s.t.
208 km 42.439
2002 Marcus Ljungkvist
4hr 35min 51sec
Ludovic Turpin
@ s.t.
Sandy Casar
@ s.t.
208 km 45.242
2003 Laurent Borchard
4hr 35min 19sec
Carlos Torrent
@ 38sec
Nicolas Vogondy
@ 43sec
200 km 43.596
2004 Franck Bouyer
4hr 29min 19sec
Thomas Lövkvist
@ 1sec
Johan Coenen
@ 20sec
208 km 46.339
2005 Laurent Brochard
4hr 45min 25sec
Brett Lancaster
@ 7sec
Sandy Casar
@ s.t.
200 km 41.897
2006 Anthony Geslin
4hr 38min 38sec
Cédric Coutouly
@ s.t.
Charles Guibert
@ s.t.
200 km 43.067
2007 Sébastien Joly
4hr 32min 6sec
Anthony Charteau
@ 10sec
Benoît Vaugrenard
@ 1min 35sec
205 km 45.203
2008 Alejandro Valvarde
4hr 30min 48sec
Jérôme Pineau
@ s.t.
Benoît Vaugrenard
@ s.t.
202.7 km 44.911
2009 Jimmy Casper
5hr 1min 49sec
Romain Feillu
@ s.t.
Alexander Efimkin
@ s.t.
202.7 km 40.295
2010 Sébastien Minard
4hr 38min 18sec
Maxime Méderel
@ s.t.
Laurent Mangel
@ 24sec
206.5 km 44.520
2011 Sandy Casar
5hr 8min 28sec
Romain Hardy
@ s.t.
Julien Antomarchi
@ s.t.
206.5 km 40.166
2012 Pierre-Luc Péchon
4hr 47min 34sec
Cyril Bessy
@ s.t.
Jean-Marc Bideau
@ s.t.
206.5 km 43.086
2013 Pierrick Fedrigo
4hr 53min 35sec
Sylvain Georges
@ s.t.
Pierre Rolland
@ s.t.
206.5 km 42.203
2014 Bryan Coquard
4hr 41min 56sec
Samuel Dumoulin
@ s.t.
Laurent Pichon
@ s.t.
210 km 41.776
2015 Julien Loubet
4hr 51min 46sec
Pierrick Fedrigo
@ s.t.
Samuel Dumoulim
@ 9sec
202 km 41.540
2016 Cyril Gautier
5hr 16min 33sec
Anthony Delaplace
@ s.t.
Romain Feillu
@ 5sec
205 km 38.856 km/hr
2017       200 km