Tour de France 1982

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69th Tour de France 1982 - final result
Route length 21 stages, 3512 km
Tour winner Bernard Hinault 92:08:46 h
(38.113 km / h)
Second Joop Zoetemelk + 6:21 min
Third Johan van der Velde + 8:59 min
Fourth Peter Winnen + 9:24 min
fifth Phil Anderson + 12:16 min
Sixth Beat Breu + 13:21 min
seventh Daniel Willems + 15:33 min
Eighth Martin Raymond + 15:35 min
Ninth Hennie Kuiper + 17:01 min
Tenth Alberto Fernández + 17:19 min
Green jersey Sean Kelly 429 P.
Second Bernard Hinault 152 P.
Third Phil Anderson 149 P.
Dotted jersey Bernard Vallet 278 P.
Second Jean-René Bernaudeau 237 P.
Third Beat Breu 205 p.
White jersey Phil Anderson 92:21:02 h
Second Kim Andersen + 19:41 min
Third Marc Madiot + 37:12 min
Team evaluation Coop-Mercier

The 69th Tour de France took place from July 2nd to 25th, 1982 and ran over 3512 km in 21 stages. As in the previous year, as well as in 1978 and 1979 , the French Bernard Hinault won the tour. As one of the very few drivers, Hinault in the yellow jersey also managed to win the prestigious final stage on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris. 170 racing drivers took part in the tour, 125 of which were classified.

Race course

Like a year before, Hinault won the prologue and took over the yellow jersey on the first day . The cornerstone for Hinault's success was his strength in the time trial , with winning two of the three individual time trials he created the basis for a fourth Tour de France victory. On the second stage, Phil Anderson took the lead after a stage win in Nancy . Anderson, who the year before was the first Australian to wear the yellow jersey for one day, was able to keep it a little longer this time: Only in the individual time trial on the 13th stage, won by Dutchman Gerrie Knetemann , Anderson lost almost three minutes to the better Time trial driver Hinault, who took over the overall lead again. In the end, however, Anderson was still able to look forward to fifth place in the overall standings and the white jersey of the best young professional.

Hinault again proved his time trial skills when he made the decision in the last time trial. He covered the last kilometer in 60 seconds and thus distanced the Dutch, who finished in second, third and fourth place. The best of the Dutch was Joop Zoetemelk , who also won the team classification with his team Coop-Mercier .

The green jersey of the best on points went to Irishman Sean Kelly , who was only able to cross the finish line first on one stage, but was regularly among the top eight of a stage. The dotted jersey was won by Frenchman Bernard Vallet , although he could not win a stage, but crossed some of the highest mountains first.

Due to a demonstration, the team time trial was canceled and postponed from the fifth to the ninth stage.

The stages

Stages Day Start finish km Stage winner Jersey yellow.svg Yellow jersey
prolog 2nd July Leimental ( CH ) 7.4 ( EZF ) Bernard Hinault Bernard Hinault
1st stage 3rd of July Schupfart (CH) - Möhlin (CH) 207 Ludo Peeters Ludo Peeters
2nd stage July 4th Basel (CH) - Nancy 250 Phil Anderson Phil Anderson
3rd stage 5th July Nancy - Longwy 134 Daniel Willems
4th stage July 6th Beauraing - Mouscron ( BEL ) 219 Gerrie Knetemann
5th stage 7th of July Orchies - Fontaine-au-Pire - ( MZF ) canceled and moved to stage 9a
6th stage 8th of July Lille - Lille 233 Jan Raas
Rest day
7th stage 10th of July Cancale - Concarneau 234.5 Pol Verschuere Phil Anderson
8th stage July 11th Concarneau - Châteaulin 200.8 Frank Hoste
9th stage (a) July 12 Lorient - Plumelec 69 (MZF) TI-Raleigh
9th stage (b) July 12 Plumelec - Nantes 138.5 Stefan's mother
10th stage July 13th Saintes - Bordeaux 147.2 Pierre-Raymond Villemiane
11th stage July 14th Bordeaux - Valence d'Agen 57.3 (EZF) Gerrie Knetemann Bernard Hinault
12th stage 15th of July Fleurance - Pau 249 Sean Kelly
13th stage 16th of July Pau - Saint-Lary-Soulan 122 Beat Breu
14th stage 17th July Martigues - Martigues 32.5 (EZF) Bernard Hinault
Rest day
15th stage July 19 Manosque - Orcières-Merlette 208 Pascal Simon Bernard Hinault
16th stage 20th of July Orcières-Merlette - L'Alpe d'Huez 123 Beat Breu
17th stage 21 July Le Bourg-d'Oisans - Morzine 251 Peter Winnen
18th stage 22nd of July Morzine - Saint-Priest 233 Adrie van Houwelingen
19th stage July 23 Saint-Priest - Saint-Priest 48 (EZF) Bernard Hinault
20th stage 24th July Sens - Aulnay-sous-Bois 161 Daniel Willems
21st stage July 25th Fontenay-sous-Bois - Paris 186.8 Bernard Hinault

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