Maurice Garin won the first Tour de France in 1903.
Maurice GARIN won the first Tour de France in 1903, making him the first person to finish it.
bradley wiggins won the tour de france
Bernard Hinault has won the Tour de France more than once. He has won the Tour de France 5 times.
André Leducq, France, won the 1932 Tour de France
Rene Pottier won the 1906 Tour de France.
Louis Trousselier won the 1905 Tour de France.
Albert Contador won the last Tour De France in 2009.
Maurice Gauring won the 1904 Tour de France.
In 1999, Lance Armstrong won his first Tour de France. The final leg was from Arpajon to Paris on July 25th.The Tour de France concludes in Paris, France. It is here on the Champs-Elysees that Armstrong was awarded his first win in the Tour de FranceIn France. Paris to be exact
The race was won by the Belgian cyclist Firmin Lambot. It was the second time Lambot had won the overall Tour de France title; he had also won the 1919 Tour de France.
Armstrong won his first TdF in 1999, in France - as the Tour always finish in France.
Lucien Petit-Breton won the 1907 Tour de France
The first Tour de France took place in 1903. It was not held during the World Wars, and the Tour 2014 is the 101st of the race since the beginning. The first Tour was won by Maurice Garin.
The Tour de France has been won 36 times by cyclist from France.
Yes. Bradley Wiggins became the first British man to win the Tour de France in 2012.
The hobgoblin of the Brittany moor, Jean Robic won the Tour De France in 1947.
André Leducq,France, won the 1930Tour de France
Greg LeMond was the first American to win the Tour de France and was the only American other than Lance Armstron. Greg LeMond won back to back Tour de France races in 1989 and 1990.
First Place-Bernard Hinault
Olympic Gold Medal winner Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France 2012.
Gino Bartali won the Tour De France in 1984. Please see the related link.
Alberto Contador won the Tour de France in 2009 and 2010.
Jacques Anquetil won the 1962 Tour de France, his third win, and the second of four consecutive victories.
Fausto Coppi won the Tour De France with a time of 151 hours, 57 minutes, and 20 seconds.