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Has any rinder ever won multiple Jerseys(17 posts)

Has any rinder ever won multiple JerseysPhatMatt
Jul 9, 2002 7:32 AM
In the history of the differnt color jerseys has any one rider won more than just 1?
lance won 2 the first day--the yellow and greenColnagoFE
Jul 9, 2002 7:35 AM
and there is a hierarchy to which one to wear starting with the yellow...not sure how it goes after that, but they only wear one.
Thanks. I was thinking at the end of the day.PhatMatt
Jul 9, 2002 7:37 AM
When all is said and done coming in to Paris, ahs any one ever had the title of Tour winner, King of the Mountians, sprinter ect.
Eddy Merckx...who else? nmmr_spin
Jul 9, 2002 7:39 AM
polka dot, too...nmmr_spin
Jul 9, 2002 7:38 AM
Lance also got the Polka-dot that day...JBurton
Jul 9, 2002 1:45 PM
He gave it to the Angel of the Mountains as a gift, but he was the climbing points leader that day as well.
I think Merckx won all three one year...Wayne
Jul 9, 2002 7:38 AM
at the end when it really counts! AS the other poster points out the winner of the prologue or 1st stage would typically hold both the yellow and green jerseys for a day at least.
1968 NMSpirito
Jul 9, 2002 7:49 AM
sorry - 1969 actually NMSpirito
Jul 9, 2002 7:51 AM
JaJa. although they were in different years..Dave Hickey
Jul 9, 2002 7:45 AM
Burglioti is wearing the yellow and white. nm.bnlkid
Jul 9, 2002 8:25 AM
That is what got me thinking about that. nmPhatMatt
Jul 9, 2002 8:34 AM
It's a good question.bnlkid
Jul 9, 2002 8:43 AM
I just read the other posts and realized you were talking about the end of the tour. I can't wait for the mountain stages to see how the field shakes up, but I thought the finish to stage 1 was awesome when Burglioti flew out of nowhere to out sprint everyone. So far this year has been better than expected. I was worried that without Cippolini, Simoni, Ullrich, and Pantani that this tour might not have as much excitement, but seeing guys come out of nowhere has taken care of than.
It has been awsome. I cant wait to go home and watch my tapePhatMatt
Jul 9, 2002 9:14 AM
And I always like to see teh unknow or unexpected guy that is only supose to finish at best takw a stage win let alone where the Yellow jersey for a couple of days. He earned that win.
A complete listbikedodger
Jul 9, 2002 9:48 AM
Year Overall Mountain Green Jersey

1979 B. Hinault G. Battaglin B. Hinault
1971 E. Merckx L. Van Impe E. Merckx
1970 E. Merckx W. Godefroot E. Merckx
1969 E. Merckx E. Merckx E. Merckx
1959 F. Bahamontes F. Bahamontes A. Darrigade
1952 F. Coppi F. Coppi
1949 F. Coppi F. Coppi
1948 G. Bartali G. Bartali
1939 S. Maes S. Maes
1938 G. Bartali G. Bartali
1934 A. Magne A. Magne
These are the only ones I can think of of the top ofmy head:unchained
Jul 9, 2002 9:49 AM
1. Yellow and PokaDot:

1938 *Gino Bartali, Italy
1939 *Sylvere Maes, Belgium
1948 *Gino Bartali, Italy
1949 *Fausto Coppi, Italy
1952 *Fausto Coppi, Italy
1959 *Federico Bahamontes, Spain
1969 **Eddy Merckx, Belgium
1970 *Eddy Merckx, Belgium

2. Green and Yellow:

1969 **Eddy Merckx, Belgium and PokaDot!
1971 *Eddy Merckx, Belgium
1972 *Eddy Merckx, Belgium
1979 *Bernard Hinault, France
I kind of geussed that Eddy's name would come up nmPhatMatt
Jul 9, 2002 10:04 AM