Tour of Slovenia
26. Tour of Slovenia 2019 June 19th - June 23th

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News

18.06.2019

S1 Trophy: Handcrafted crystal from Rogaška

The city of Rogaška Slatina is a keeper of glassmaking tradition of over 350 years. Handcrafted crystal goes hand in hand with prestigious tourism and carry the fame of Slovene knowledge and tradition all over the world.

18.06.2019

Who will be the best host?

26th Tour of Slovenia will visit stunning places across Slovenia, in total there will be 31 destinations that are official hosts of the race. Everybody is showing great effort and commitment, but only one will be awarded with the special honor.

17.06.2019

Preliminary start list

We’ve release the preliminary start list, the final version of the start list will be published on 18th in the afternoon.

17.06.2019

Idrija Wheel: 3rd stage Cup, 26th race Tour of Slovenia

In Idrija wheels are everywhere, first wheels that you see are mine shaft headgears with pulley wheel. The Idrija Cup is a steel forging product. The sculpture of the cup summarizes the silhouette of the mine wheel in which the lace is clamped. The…

16.06.2019

2011 overall winner is back on the race

Teams are sending the last changes about their lineup, team UEA Team Emirates will so came to race with Diego Ulissi, who already won Tour of Slovenia. This means we’ll have two overall winners on the race, Ulissi and Radoslav Rogina.

14.06.2019

Tour of Slovenia LIVE on TV

Eurosport and Television Slovenia will have live broadcast of all stages of the 26th Tour of Slovenia (19-23 June) and extensive replays and race reports. Here is full schedule for both broadcasters.

Jerseys

Reprezentanca Slovenije

Green jersey - General classification by time

Reprezentanca Slovenije

Red jersey - Points classification

Reprezentanca Slovenije

Blue jersey - King of Mountain competition

Reprezentanca Slovenije

White jersey - Best young rider by time U23

Last 10 winners

2018

Primož Roglič (SLO)

LOTTO NL JUMBO
2017

Rafal Majka (POL)

BORA HANSGROHE
2016

Rein Taaramae (EST)

KATUSHA
2015

Primož Roglič (SLO)

ADRIA MOBIL
2014

Tiago Machado (POR)

NETAP ENDURA
2013

Radoslav Rogina (CRO)

ADRIA MOBIL
2012

Janez Brajkovič (SLO)

ASTANA
2011

Diego Ulissi (ITA)

LAMPRE ISD
2010

Vincenzo Nibali (ITA)

LIQUIGAS
2009

Jakob Fuglsang (DEN)

SAXO BANK

Highlights 2018