Tour de Korea : Event statistics

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Statistics about : Tour de Korea


Palmares since 2000 :

123
2000KAZ Mikhail Teteriuk (KAZ)KAZ Vleriy Titov (KAZ)KOR Dae-Hong Chun (KOR)
2001KOR Dae-Hong Chun (KOR)JPN Tomoya Kano (JPN)JPN Akira Kakinuma (JPN)
2002CHN Tang Xuezhong (CHN)KAZ Sergej Tretyakov (KAZ)IRI Abbas Saeidi Tanha (IRI)
2003NZL Glen Alan Chadwick (NZL)USA Mike Carter (USA)AUS Brett Aitken (AUS)
2004CAN Cory Lange (CAN)JPN Shinji Suzuki (JPN)AUS Karl Menzies (AUS)
2005IRL David McCann (IRL)AUS Stuart Shaw (AUS)AUS Edmunds Hollands (AUS)
2006GER Tobias Erler (GER)KOR Seong Youn Oh (KOR)UZB Ruslan Karimov (UZB)
2007KOR Sung Baek Park (KOR)JPN Shinichi Fukushima (JPN)GER Hannes Blank (GER)
2008UZB Sergey Lagutin (UZB)NAM Erik Hoffmann (NAM)GER Christoph Meschenmoser (GER)
2009SWI Roger Beuchat (SWI)AUS David Jay Crawford (AUS)AUS Timothy Roe (AUS)
2010USA Michael Friedman (USA)USA Jesse Anthony (USA)JPN Taiji Nishitani (JPN)
2011HKG Ki Ho Choi (HKG)AUT Markus Eibegger (AUT)USA William Dugan (USA)
2012KOR Sung Baek Park (KOR)USA Alex Candelario (USA)ARG Ariel Maximiliano Richeze Araquistaín (ARG)
2013GBR Michael Cuming (GBR)HKG King Lok Cheung (HKG)SPA Constantino Zaballa Gutierrez (SPA)
2014GBR Hugh Carthy (GBR)KOR Hyung Min Choi (KOR)AUS Jack Haig (AUS)
2015AUS Caleb Ewan (AUS)NZL Patrick Bevin (NZL)GBR Adam Blythe (GBR)

All podiums since 2000 :

WinnersSecond placeThird place
KOR Sung Baek Park (KOR)200
KOR Dae-Hong Chun (KOR)101
GER Tobias Erler (GER)100
GBR Hugh Carthy (GBR)100
GBR Michael Cuming (GBR)100
USA Michael Friedman (USA)100
CAN Cory Lange (CAN)100
IRL David McCann (IRL)100
NZL Glen Alan Chadwick (NZL)100
SWI Roger Beuchat (SWI)100
CHN Tang Xuezhong (CHN)100
HKG Ki Ho Choi (HKG)100
AUS Caleb Ewan (AUS)100
KAZ Mikhail Teteriuk (KAZ)100
UZB Sergey Lagutin (UZB)100
USA Alex Candelario (USA)10
USA Jesse Anthony (USA)10
USA Mike Carter (USA)10
JPN Shinichi Fukushima (JPN)10
JPN Shinji Suzuki (JPN)10
JPN Tomoya Kano (JPN)10
NAM Erik Hoffmann (NAM)10
NZL Patrick Bevin (NZL)10
AUT Markus Eibegger (AUT)10
KOR Hyung Min Choi (KOR)10
KOR Seong Youn Oh (KOR)10
HKG King Lok Cheung (HKG)10
AUS David Jay Crawford (AUS)10
AUS Stuart Shaw (AUS)10
KAZ Sergej Tretyakov (KAZ)10
KAZ Vleriy Titov (KAZ)10
GER Christoph Meschenmoser (GER)1
GER Hannes Blank (GER)1
GBR Adam Blythe (GBR)1
USA William Dugan (USA)1
JPN Akira Kakinuma (JPN)1
JPN Taiji Nishitani (JPN)1
SPA Constantino Zaballa Gutierrez (SPA)1
IRI Abbas Saeidi Tanha (IRI)1
ARG Ariel Maximiliano Richeze Araquistaín (ARG)1
AUS Brett Aitken (AUS)1
AUS Edmunds Hollands (AUS)1
AUS Jack Haig (AUS)1
AUS Karl Menzies (AUS)1
AUS Timothy Roe (AUS)1
UZB Ruslan Karimov (UZB)1

Podiums by country since 2000 :

WinnersSecond placeThird place
Republic of Korea321
Great Britain201
United States131
Australia125
Kazakhstan120
Hong Kong110
New Zealand110
Germany102
Uzbekistan101
Canada100
China100
Ireland100
Switzerland100
Japan32
Austria10
Namibia10
Argentina1
Iran1
Spain1

The 15 top stage winners since 2011 :

1  Caleb Ewan (AUS)4
2  Kenneth Hanson (USA)3
3  Chan Jae Jang (KOR)2
4  Sung Baek Park (KOR)2
5  Wouter Wippert (NED)2
6  Eric Young (USA)2
7  Zachary Bell (CAN)1
8  Patrick Bevin (NZL)1
9  Grega Bole (SLO)1
10  Alex Candelario (USA)1
11  Hugh Carthy (GBR)1
12  Ho Sung Cho (KOR)1
13  Edward Clancy (GBR)1
14  Michael Cuming (GBR)1
15  Tobias Erler (GER)1