List of teams and cyclists in the 2016 Tour de France

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Chris Froome on a time trial bike wearing the yellow jersey
Chris Froome, winner of the 2016 Tour de France, wearing the race leader's yellow jersey on stage 18's individual time trial stage.

The 2016 Tour de France was the 103rd edition of the race, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The 21-stage race took place from 2 July to 24 July 2016, starting in Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and finishing on the Champs-Élysées in Paris.[1] All eighteen Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) WorldTeams were automatically invited and were obliged to attend the race. In March 2016, four UCI Professional Continental teams were given wildcard places into the race by the organiser – Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) – to complete the 22-team peloton.[2] As each team was entitled to enter nine riders, the peloton on the first stage consisted of 198 riders from 35 countries.[3][4] France, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy and Germany all had ten or more riders competing in the race.[4]

A world map with colours showing how many rider from each nation competed in the 2016 Tour de France.
The number of riders per nation participated in the 2016 Tour de France:
  20+
  10–19
  2–9
  1

The final stage in Paris was contested by 174 riders, with 24 of the riders failing to finish the race, a record low number of withdrawals.[5][6] The race was won by Chris Froome (Team Sky), the champion from both the 2013 Tour and the 2015 Tour.[7] Froome first took the lead of the race following the eighth stage after attacking on the descent into Bagnères-de-Luchon. He extended his lead on stages 11 and 13 before further extending his lead in the Alps to win his third Tour de France.[7] Frenchman Romain Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale) finished second, 4 minutes and 5 seconds behind Froome, with Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team) third.[8] Adam Yates (Orica–BikeExchange) won the competition for the best young rider.[7] The points classification was won for the fifth consecutive year by Peter Sagan (Tinkoff), who also won the combativity award.[7] Rafal Majka (Tinkoff) of Poland won the mountains classification, while Movistar won the team classification.[7] In the lists below the teams are listed in order of the race number worn by its cyclists.

Teams

The 18 UCI WorldTeams were automatically invited to participate in the Tour. In addition, Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO), the race organiser, invited four wildcard team, Bora–Argon 18, Cofidis, Direct Énergie and Fortuneo–Vital Concept. Three of the teams (Cofidis, Direct Énergie and Fortuneo–Vital Concept) are French while Bora–Argon 18 is German. The 2016 Tour de France was the third consecutive Tour de France that Bora–Argon 18 and Fortuneo–Vital Concept had been invited to compete as a wildcard. After the wildcard announcement, Bora–Argon 18's team manager, Ralph Denk, said, "These are great news today! [sic], To be invited for the third time in a row to the world's biggest cycling event is a big honour, and I want to thank the ASO for their trust in us."[2]

UCI WorldTeams
UCI Professional Continental teams

Cyclists

Legend
No. Starting number worn by the rider during the Tour
Pos. Position in the general classification
Time Deficit to the winner of the general classification[9]
dagger Denotes riders born on or after 1 January 1991 eligible for the young rider classification[10]
Yellow jersey Denotes the winner of the general classification.[11] The winner, Chris Froome, has his full race time listed.
Green jersey Denotes the winner of the points classification[11]
White jersey with red polka dots jersey Denotes the winner of the mountains classification[11]
White jersey Denotes the winner of the young rider classification (eligibility indicated by dagger)[11]
A white jersey with a yellow dossard Denotes riders that represent the winner of the team classification[11]
A white jersey with a red dossard Denotes the winner of the super-combativity award[11]
DNS Denotes a rider who did not start a stage, followed by the stage before which he withdrew
DNF Denotes a rider who did not finish a stage, followed by the stage in which he withdrew
DSQ Denotes a rider who was disqualified from the race, followed by the stage in which this occurred
Age correct as of 2 July 2016, the date on which the Tour began

By starting number

Note: As each team used numbers from 1 to 9; 11 to 19; 21 to 29 etc., there were no race numbers ending in 0. This is so all the team leaders had a race number ending in "1".[12][n 1]

No. Name Nationality Team Age Pos. Time Ref
1 Chris Froome Yellow jersey  Great Britain Team Sky 31 1 89h 04'48" [13]
2 Sergio Henao  Colombia Team Sky 28 12 + 18' 15" [13]
3 Vasil Kiryienka  Belarus Team Sky 35 103 + 3h 38' 41" [13]
4 Mikel Landa  Spain Team Sky 26 35 + 1h 32' 19" [13]
5 Mikel Nieve  Spain Team Sky 32 17 + 38' 30" [13]
6 Wout Poels  Netherlands Team Sky 28 28 + 1h 06' 57" [13]
7 Luke Rowe  Great Britain Team Sky 26 151 + 4h 27' 49" [13]
8 Ian Stannard  Great Britain Team Sky 29 161 + 4h 31' 34" [13]
9 Geraint Thomas  Great Britain Team Sky 30 15 + 28' 31" [13]
11 Nairo Quintana White jersey with a yellow dossard  Colombia Movistar Team 26 3 + 4' 21" [14]
12 Alejandro Valverde White jersey with a yellow dossard  Spain Movistar Team 36 6 + 6' 16" [14]
13 Winner Anacona White jersey with a yellow dossard  Colombia Movistar Team 27 69 + 2h 50' 23" [14]
14 Imanol Erviti White jersey with a yellow dossard  Spain Movistar Team 32 108 + 3h 46' 42" [14]
15 Jesús Herrada White jersey with a yellow dossard  Spain Movistar Team 25 184 DNF-15 [14][15]
16 Gorka Izagirre White jersey with a yellow dossard  Spain Movistar Team 28 182 DNF-17 [14][15]
17 Jon Izagirre White jersey with a yellow dossard  Spain Movistar Team 27 47 + 2h 09' 49" [14]
18 Daniel Moreno White jersey with a yellow dossard  Spain Movistar Team 34 31 + 1h 21' 00" [14]
19 Nelson Oliveira White jersey with a yellow dossard  Portugal Movistar Team 27 80 + 3h 04' 53" [14]
21 Fabio Aru  Italy Astana 25 13 + 19' 20" [16]
22 Vincenzo Nibali  Italy Astana 31 30 + 1h 19' 59" [16]
23 Jakob Fuglsang  Denmark Astana 31 52 + 2h 17' 16" [16]
24 Andriy Hrivko  Ukraine Astana 32 86 + 3h 14' 31" [16]
25 Tanel Kangert  Estonia Astana 29 26 + 1h 03' 59" [16]
26 Alexey Lutsenko Young rider  Kazakhstan Astana 23 62 + 2h 41' 52" [16]
27 Diego Rosa  Italy Astana 27 37 + 1h 46' 36" [16]
28 Luis León Sánchez  Spain Astana 32 48 + 2h 09' 49" [16]
29 Paolo Tiralongo  Italy Astana 38 74 + 2h 58' 12" [16]
31 Alberto Contador  Spain Tinkoff 33 197DNF-9 [17][15]
32 Peter Sagan Green jersey White jersey with a red dossard  Slovakia Tinkoff 26 95 + 3h 27' 09" [17]
33 Maciej Bodnar  Poland Tinkoff 31 159 + 4h 30' 30" [17]
34 Oscar Gatto  Italy Tinkoff 31 156 + 4h 29' 38" [17]
35 Robert Kišerlovski  Croatia Tinkoff 29 58 + 2h 28' 06" [17]
36 Roman Kreuziger  Czech Republic Tinkoff 30 10 + 7' 11" [17]
37 Rafał Majka White jersey with red polka dots  Poland Tinkoff 26 27 + 1h 04' 25" [17]
38 Matteo Tosatto  Italy Tinkoff 42 145 + 4h 22' 05" [17]
39 Michael Valgren Young rider  Denmark Tinkoff 24 77 + 3h 01' 22" [17]
41 Romain Bardet  France AG2R La Mondiale 25 2 + 4' 05" [18]
42 Jan Bakelants  Belgium AG2R La Mondiale 30 50 + 2h 13' 47" [18]
43 Mikaël Cherel  France AG2R La Mondiale 30 57 + 2h 27' 45" [18]
44 Samuel Dumoulin  France AG2R La Mondiale 35 130 + 4h 08' 08" [18]
45 Ben Gastauer  Luxembourg AG2R La Mondiale 28 61 + 2h 41' 05" [18]
46 Cyril Gautier  France AG2R La Mondiale 28 68 + 2h 49' 49" [18]
47 Alexis Gougeard Young rider  France AG2R La Mondiale 23 147 + 4h 23' 42" [18]
48 Domenico Pozzovivo  Italy AG2R La Mondiale 33 33 + 1h 25' 14" [18]
49 Alexis Vuillermoz  France AG2R La Mondiale 28 20 + 42' 28" [18]
51 Wilco Kelderman Young rider  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 25 32 + 1h 24' 38" [19]
52 George Bennett  New Zealand LottoNL–Jumbo 26 53 + 2h 18' 05" [19]
53 Dylan Groenewegen Young rider  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 23 160 + 4h 30' 34" [19]
54 Bert-Jan Lindeman  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 27 94 + 3h 26' 19" [19]
55 Paul Martens  Germany LottoNL–Jumbo 32 98 + 3h 33' 29" [19]
56 Timo Roosen Young rider  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 23 111 + 3h 50' 43" [19]
57 Sep Vanmarcke  Belgium LottoNL–Jumbo 27 104 + 3h 40' 02" [19]
58 Robert Wagner  Germany LottoNL–Jumbo 33 163 + 4h 32' 09" [19]
59 Maarten Wynants  Belgium LottoNL–Jumbo 34 138 + 4h 16' 53" [19]
61 Bauke Mollema  Netherlands Trek–Segafredo 29 11 + 13' 13" [20]
62 Fabian Cancellara   Switzerland Trek–Segafredo 35 180 DNS-18 [20][15]
63 Markel Irizar  Spain Trek–Segafredo 36 120 + 3h 58' 17" [20]
64 Grégory Rast   Switzerland Trek–Segafredo 36 123 + 4h 03' 44" [20]
65 Fränk Schleck  Luxembourg Trek–Segafredo 36 34 + 1h 27' 39" [20]
66 Peter Stetina  United States Trek–Segafredo 28 46 + 2h 07' 22" [20]
67 Jasper Stuyven Young rider  Belgium Trek–Segafredo 24 99 + 3h 33' 29" [20]
68 Edward Theuns Young rider  Belgium Trek–Segafredo 25 188 DNF-13 [20][21]
69 Haimar Zubeldia  Spain Trek–Segafredo 39 24 + 53' 06" [20]
71 Mathias Frank   Switzerland IAM Cycling 29 187 DNF-14 [22][15]
72 Stef Clement  Netherlands IAM Cycling 33 18 + 38' 47" [22]
73 Jérôme Coppel  France IAM Cycling 29 75 + 2h 58' 48" [22]
74 Martin Elmiger   Switzerland IAM Cycling 37 64 + 2h 44' 01" [22]
75 Sondre Holst Enger Young rider  Norway IAM Cycling 22 141 + 4h 17' 32" [22]
76 Reto Hollenstein   Switzerland IAM Cycling 30 97 + 3h 28' 33" [22]
77 Leigh Howard  Australia IAM Cycling 26 172 + 4h 55' 13" [22]
78 Oliver Naesen  Belgium IAM Cycling 25 83 + 3h 11' 28" [22]
79 Jarlinson Pantano  Colombia IAM Cycling 27 19 + 38' 59" [22]
81 Pierre Rolland  France Cannondale–Drapac 29 16 + 30' 42" [23]
82 Matti Breschel  Denmark Cannondale–Drapac 31 186 DNF-14 [23][15]
83 Lawson Craddock Young rider  United States Cannondale–Drapac 24 124 + 4h 03' 44" [23]
84 Alex Howes  United States Cannondale–Drapac 28 131 + 4h 08' 22" [23]
85 Kristijan Koren  Slovenia Cannondale–Drapac 29 152 + 4h 28' 01" [23]
86 Sebastian Langeveld  Netherlands Cannondale–Drapac 31 193DNF-10 [23][15]
87 Ramūnas Navardauskas  Lithuania Cannondale–Drapac 28 134 + 4h 09' 40" [23]
88 Tom-Jelte Slagter  Netherlands Cannondale–Drapac 27 82 + 3h 09' 19" [23]
89 Dylan van Baarle Young rider  Netherlands Cannondale–Drapac 23 91 + 3h 23' 15" [23]
91 Richie Porte  Australia BMC Racing Team 31 5 + 5' 17" [24]
92 Brent Bookwalter  United States BMC Racing Team 32 117 + 3h 57' 49" [24]
93 Marcus Burghardt  Germany BMC Racing Team 33 89 + 3h 20' 22" [24]
94 Damiano Caruso  Italy BMC Racing Team 28 22 + 48' 23" [24]
95 Rohan Dennis  Australia BMC Racing Team 26 182 DNS-17 [24][25]
96 Amaël Moinard  France BMC Racing Team 34 45 + 2h 06' 36" [24]
97 Michael Schär   Switzerland BMC Racing Team 29 76 + 3h 00' 54" [24]
98 Greg Van Avermaet  Belgium BMC Racing Team 31 44 + 2h 06' 13" [24]
99 Tejay van Garderen  United States BMC Racing Team 27 29 + 1h 12' 06" [24]
101 Mark Cavendish  Great Britain Team Dimension Data 31 183 DNS-17 [26][27]
102 Natnael Berhane Young rider  Eritrea Team Dimension Data 25 125 + 4h 04' 27" [26]
103 Edvald Boasson Hagen  Norway Team Dimension Data 29 109 + 3h 47' 29" [26]
104 Steve Cummings  Great Britain Team Dimension Data 35 140 + 4h 17' 03" [26]
105 Bernhard Eisel  Austria Team Dimension Data 35 171 + 4h 51' 07" [26]
106 Reinardt Janse van Rensburg  South Africa Team Dimension Data 27 115 + 3h 56' 30" [26]
107 Serge Pauwels  Belgium Team Dimension Data 32 42 + 2h 00' 38" [26]
108 Mark Renshaw  Australia Team Dimension Data 33 196DNF-9 [26][28]
109 Daniel Teklehaimanot  Eritrea Team Dimension Data 27 85 + 3h 14' 07" [26]
111 Warren Barguil Young rider  France Team Giant–Alpecin 24 23 + 52' 14" [29]
112 Roy Curvers  Netherlands Team Giant–Alpecin 36 122 + 4h 03' 16" [29]
113 John Degenkolb  Germany Team Giant–Alpecin 27 148 + 4h 24' 24" [29]
114 Tom Dumoulin  Netherlands Team Giant–Alpecin 25 178 DNF-19 [29][15]
115 Simon Geschke  Germany Team Giant–Alpecin 30 66 + 2h 47' 32" [29]
116 Georg Preidler  Austria Team Giant–Alpecin 26 56 + 2h 25' 45" [29]
117 Ramon Sinkeldam  Netherlands Team Giant–Alpecin 27 143 + 4h 21' 41" [29]
118 Laurens ten Dam  Netherlands Team Giant–Alpecin 35 73 + 2h 53' 22" [29]
119 Albert Timmer  Netherlands Team Giant–Alpecin 31 153 + 4h 28' 11" [29]
121 Thibaut Pinot  France FDJ 26 189 DNS-13 [30][31]
122 William Bonnet  France FDJ 34 127 + 4h 06' 18" [30]
123 Mathieu Ladagnous  France FDJ 31 195DNF-9 [30][32]
124 Steve Morabito   Switzerland FDJ 33 36 + 1h 38' 30" [30]
125 Cédric Pineau  France FDJ 31 194DNF-9 [30][32]
126 Sébastien Reichenbach   Switzerland FDJ 27 14 + 24' 59" [30]
127 Anthony Roux  France FDJ 29 63 + 2h 43' 51" [30]
128 Jérémy Roy  France FDJ 33 96 + 3h 27' 15" [30]
129 Arthur Vichot  France FDJ 27 78 + 3h 02' 10" [30]
131 Emanuel Buchmann Young rider  Germany Bora–Argon 18 23 21 + 47' 40" [33]
132 Shane Archbold  New Zealand Bora–Argon 18 27 179 DNS-18 [33][34]
133 Jan Bárta  Czech Republic Bora–Argon 18 31 88 + 3h 19' 44" [33]
134 Cesare Benedetti  Italy Bora–Argon 18 28 128 + 4h 06' 23" [33]
135 Sam Bennett  Ireland Bora–Argon 18 25 174 + 5h 17' 14" [33]
136 Bartosz Huzarski  Poland Bora–Argon 18 35 39 + 1h 55' 28" [33]
137 Patrick Konrad Young rider  Austria Bora–Argon 18 24 65 + 2h 46' 32" [33]
138 Andreas Schillinger  Germany Bora–Argon 18 32 154 + 4h 28' 33" [33]
139 Paul Voss  Germany Bora–Argon 18 30 101 + 3h 36' 25" [33]
141 Joaquim Rodríguez  Spain Team Katusha 37 7 + 6' 58" [35]
142 Jacopo Guarnieri  Italy Team Katusha 28 165 + 4h 43' 45" [35]
143 Marco Haller Young rider  Austria Team Katusha 25 162 + 4h 31' 40" [35]
144 Alexander Kristoff  Norway Team Katusha 28 149 + 4h 24' 24" [35]
145 Alberto Losada  Spain Team Katusha 34 67 + 2h 48' 02" [35]
146 Michael Mørkøv  Denmark Team Katusha 31 198DNF-8 [35][36]
147 Jurgen Van den Broeck  Belgium Team Katusha 33 192 DNS-12 [35][37]
148 Ángel Vicioso  Spain Team Katusha 38 129 + 4h 08' 07" [35]
149 Ilnur Zakarin  Russia Team Katusha 26 25 + 56' 33" [35]
151 Rui Costa  Portugal Lampre–Merida 29 49 + 2h 11' 42" [38]
152 Yukiya Arashiro  Japan Lampre–Merida 31 116 + 3h 57' 06" [38]
153 Matteo Bono  Italy Lampre–Merida 32 136 + 4h 12' 53" [38]
154 Davide Cimolai  Italy Lampre–Merida 26 168 + 4h 39' 37" [38]
155 Kristijan Đurasek  Croatia Lampre–Merida 28 51 + 2h 15' 16" [38]
156 Tsgabu Grmay Young rider  Ethiopia Lampre–Merida 24 92 + 3h 23' 17" [38]
157 Louis Meintjes Young rider  South Africa Lampre–Merida 24 8 + 6' 58" [38]
158 Luka Pibernik Young rider  Slovenia Lampre–Merida 22 102 + 3h 38' 17" [38]
159 Jan Polanc Young rider  Slovenia Lampre–Merida 24 54 + 2h 18' 24" [38]
161 André Greipel  Germany Lotto–Soudal 33 133 + 4h 09' 07" [39]
162 Lars Bak  Denmark Lotto–Soudal 36 173 + 5h 01' 18" [39]
163 Thomas De Gendt  Belgium Lotto–Soudal 29 40 + 1h 58' 45" [39]
164 Jens Debusschere  Belgium Lotto–Soudal 26 185 DNS-15 [39][40]
165 Tony Gallopin  France Lotto–Soudal 28 71 + 2h 51' 23" [39]
166 Adam Hansen  Australia Lotto–Soudal 35 100 + 3h 34' 26" [39]
167 Greg Henderson  New Zealand Lotto–Soudal 39 155 + 4h 29' 22" [39]
168 Jürgen Roelandts  Belgium Lotto–Soudal 31 126 + 4h 05' 22" [39]
169 Marcel Sieberg  Germany Lotto–Soudal 34 169 + 4h 20' 24" [39]
171 Bryan Coquard Young rider  France Direct Énergie 24 113 + 3h 51' 57" [41]
172 Sylvain Chavanel  France Direct Énergie 37 43 + 2h 02' 53" [41]
173 Antoine Duchesne Young rider  Canada Direct Énergie 24 107 + 3h 44' 54" [41]
174 Yohann Gène  France Direct Énergie 35 158 + 4h 30' 02" [41]
175 Fabrice Jeandesboz  France Direct Énergie 31 60 + 2h 39' 17" [41]
176 Adrien Petit  France Direct Énergie 25 164 + 4h 32' 25" [41]
177 Romain Sicard  France Direct Énergie 28 81 + 3h 09' 11" [41]
178 Angelo Tulik  France Direct Énergie 25 191DNF-12 [41][15]
179 Thomas Voeckler  France Direct Énergie 37 79 + 3h 02' 35" [41]
181 Marcel Kittel  Germany Etixx–Quick-Step 28 166 + 4h 35' 06" [42]
182 Julian Alaphilippe Young rider  France Etixx–Quick-Step 24 41 + 2h 00' 09" [42]
183 Iljo Keisse  Belgium Etixx–Quick-Step 33 139 + 4h 16' 57" [42]
184 Daniel Martin  Ireland Etixx–Quick-Step 29 9 + 7' 04" [42]
185 Tony Martin  Germany Etixx–Quick-Step 31 176 DNF-21 [42][43]
186 Maximiliano Richeze  Argentina Etixx–Quick-Step 33 144 + 4h 22' 02" [42]
187 Fabio Sabatini  Italy Etixx–Quick-Step 31 150 + 4h 26' 39" [42]
188 Petr Vakoč Young rider  Czech Republic Etixx–Quick-Step 23 118 + 4h 16' 57" [42]
189 Julien Vermote  Belgium Etixx–Quick-Step 26 114 + 3h 52' 50" [42]
191 Daniel Navarro  Spain Cofidis 32 177 DNF-19 [44][45]
192 Borut Božič  Slovenia Cofidis 35 181 DNF-17 [44][15]
193 Jérôme Cousin  France Cofidis 27 121 + 3h 58' 36" [44]
194 Nicolas Edet  France Cofidis 28 106 + 3h 42' 42" [44]
195 Arnold Jeannesson  France Cofidis 30 87 + 3h 18' 14" [44]
196 Christophe Laporte Young rider  France Cofidis 23 157 + 4h 29' 47" [44]
197 Cyril Lemoine  France Cofidis 33 137 + 4h 13' 49" [44]
198 Luis Ángel Maté  Spain Cofidis 32 55 + 2h 21' 17" [44]
199 Geoffrey Soupe  France Cofidis 28 142 + 4h 18' 15" [44]
201 Simon Gerrans  Australia Orica–BikeExchange 36 190 DNS-13 [46][47]
202 Michael Albasini   Switzerland Orica–BikeExchange 35 132 + 4h 09' 04" [46]
203 Luke Durbridge Young rider  Australia Orica–BikeExchange 25 112 + 3h 51' 55" [46]
204 Mathew Hayman  Australia Orica–BikeExchange 38 135 + 4h 10' 33" [46]
205 Daryl Impey  South Africa Orica–BikeExchange 31 38 + 1h 50' 51" [46]
206 Christopher Juul-Jensen  Denmark Orica–BikeExchange 26 119 + 3h 58' 10" [46]
207 Michael Matthews  Australia Orica–BikeExchange 25 110 + 4h 16' 57" [46]
208 Rubén Plaza  Spain Orica–BikeExchange 36 72 + 2h 53' 10" [46]
209 Adam Yates Young rider White jersey  Great Britain Orica–BikeExchange 23 4 + 4' 42" [46]
211 Eduardo Sepúlveda Young rider  Argentina Fortuneo–Vital Concept 25 59 + 4h 16' 57" [48]
212 Vegard Breen  Norway Fortuneo–Vital Concept 26 167 + 4h 38' 27" [48]
213 Anthony Delaplace  France Fortuneo–Vital Concept 26 90 + 3h 21' 09" [48]
214 Brice Feillu  France Fortuneo–Vital Concept 30 70 + 2h 50' 49" [48]
215 Armindo Fonseca  France Fortuneo–Vital Concept 27 146 + 4h 23' 01" [48]
216 Daniel McLay Young rider  Great Britain Fortuneo–Vital Concept 24 170 + 4h 50' 14" [48]
217 Pierre-Luc Périchon  France Fortuneo–Vital Concept 29 93 + 3h 24' 36" [48]
218 Chris Anker Sørensen  Denmark Fortuneo–Vital Concept 31 84 + 3h 12' 52" [48]
219 Florian Vachon  France Fortuneo–Vital Concept 31 105 + 3h 40' 09" [48]

By team

Team Sky (SKY)
No. Rider Pos.
1  Chris Froome (GBR) Yellow jersey 1
2  Sergio Henao (COL) 12
3  Vasil Kiryienka (BLR) 103
4  Mikel Landa (ESP) 35
5  Mikel Nieve (ESP) 17
6  Wout Poels (NED) 28
7  Luke Rowe (GBR) 151
8  Ian Stannard (GBR) 161
9  Geraint Thomas (GBR) 15
Directeur sportif: Nicolas Portal[49]
Movistar Team (MOV) White jersey with a yellow dossard
No. Rider Pos.
11  Nairo Quintana (COL) 3
12  Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 6
13  Winner Anacona (COL) 69
14  Imanol Erviti (ESP) 108
15  Jesús Herrada (ESP) DNF-15
16  Gorka Izagirre (ESP) DNF-17
17  Jon Izagirre (ESP) 47
18  Daniel Moreno (ESP) 31
19  Nelson Oliveira (POR) 80
Directeur sportif: José Luis Arrieta[49]
Astana (AST)
No. Rider Pos.
21  Fabio Aru (ITA) 13
22  Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 30
23  Jakob Fuglsang (DEN) 52
24  Andriy Hrivko (UKR) 86
25  Tanel Kangert (EST) 26
26  Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ) dagger 62
27  Diego Rosa (ITA) 37
28  Luis León Sánchez (ESP) 48
29  Paolo Tiralongo (ITA) 74
Directeur sportif: Dmitriy Fofonov[49]
Tinkoff (TNK)
No. Rider Pos.
31  Alberto Contador (ESP) DNF-9
32  Peter Sagan (SVK) Green jersey White jersey with a red dossard 95
33  Maciej Bodnar (POL) 159
34  Oscar Gatto (ITA) 156
35  Robert Kišerlovski (CRO) 58
36  Roman Kreuziger (CZE) 10
37  Rafał Majka (POL) White jersey with red polka dots 27
38  Matteo Tosatto (ITA) 145
39  Michael Valgren (DEN) dagger 77
Directeur sportif: Steven De Jongh[49]
AG2R La Mondiale (ALM)
No. Rider Pos.
41  Romain Bardet (FRA) 2
42  Jan Bakelants (BEL) 50
43  Mikaël Cherel (FRA) 57
44  Samuel Dumoulin (FRA) 130
45  Ben Gastauer (LUX) 65
46  Cyril Gautier (FRA) 68
47  Alexis Gougeard (FRA) dagger 147
48  Domenico Pozzovivo (ITA) 33
49  Alexis Vuillermoz (FRA) 20
Directeur sportif: Julien Jurdie[49]
LottoNL–Jumbo (TLJ)
No. Rider Pos.
51  Wilco Kelderman (NED) dagger 32
52  George Bennett (NZL) 53
53  Dylan Groenewegen (NED) dagger 160
54  Bert-Jan Lindeman (NED) 94
55  Paul Martens (GER) 98
56  Timo Roosen (NED) dagger 111
57  Sep Vanmarcke (BEL) 104
58  Robert Wagner (GER) 163
59  Maarten Wynants (BEL) 138
Directeur sportif: Merijn Zeeman[49]
Trek–Segafredo (TFS)
No. Rider Pos.
61  Bauke Mollema (NED) 11
62  Fabian Cancellara (SUI) DNS-18
63  Markel Irizar (ESP) 120
64  Grégory Rast (SUI) 123
65  Fränk Schleck (LUX) 34
66  Peter Stetina (USA) 46
67  Jasper Stuyven (BEL) dagger 99
68  Edward Theuns (BEL) dagger DNF-13
69  Haimar Zubeldia (ESP) 24
Directeur sportif: Kim Andersen[49]
IAM Cycling (IAM)
No. Rider Pos.
71  Mathias Frank (SUI) DNF-14
72  Stef Clement (NED) 18
73  Jérôme Coppel (FRA) 75
74  Martin Elmiger (SUI) 64
75  Sondre Holst Enger (NOR) dagger 141
76  Reto Hollenstein (SUI) 97
77  Leigh Howard (AUS) 172
78  Oliver Naesen (BEL) 83
79  Jarlinson Pantano (COL) 19
Directeur sportif: Kjell Carlström[49]
Cannondale–Drapac (CDT)
No. Rider Pos.
81  Pierre Rolland (FRA) 16
82  Matti Breschel (DEN) DNF-14
83  Lawson Craddock (USA) dagger 124
84  Alex Howes (USA) 131
85  Kristijan Koren (SLO) 152
86  Sebastian Langeveld (NED) DNF-10
87  Ramūnas Navardauskas (LTU) 134
88  Tom-Jelte Slagter (NED) 82
89  Dylan van Baarle (NED) dagger 91
Directeur sportif: Charly Wegelius[49]
BMC Racing Team (BMC)
No. Rider Pos.
91  Richie Porte (AUS) 5
92  Brent Bookwalter (USA) 117
93  Marcus Burghardt (GER) 89
94  Damiano Caruso (ITA) 22
95  Rohan Dennis (AUS) DNS-17
96  Amaël Moinard (FRA) 45
97  Michael Schär (SUI) 76
98  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 44
99  Tejay van Garderen (USA) 29
Directeur sportif: Yvon Ledanois[49]
Team Dimension Data (DDD)
No. Rider Pos.
101  Mark Cavendish (GBR) DNS-17
102  Natnael Berhane (ERI) dagger 125
103  Edvald Boasson Hagen (NOR) 109
104  Steve Cummings (GBR) 140
105  Bernhard Eisel (AUT) 171
106  Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (RSA) 115
107  Serge Pauwels (BEL) 42
108  Mark Renshaw (AUS) DNF-9
109  Daniel Teklehaimanot (ERI) 85
Directeur sportif: Roger Hammond[49]
Team Giant–Alpecin (TGA)
No. Rider Pos.
111  Warren Barguil (FRA) dagger 23
112  Roy Curvers (NED) 122
113  John Degenkolb (GER) 148
114  Tom Dumoulin (NED) DNS-18
115  Simon Geschke (GER) 66
116  Georg Preidler (AUT) 56
117  Ramon Sinkeldam (NED) 143
118  Laurens ten Dam (NED) 73
119  Albert Timmer (NED) 153
Directeur sportif: Marc Reef[49]
FDJ (FDJ)
No. Rider Pos.
121  Thibaut Pinot (FRA) DNS-13
122  William Bonnet (FRA) 127
123  Mathieu Ladagnous (FRA) DNF-9
124  Steve Morabito (SUI) 36
125  Cédric Pineau (FRA) DNF-9
126  Sébastien Reichenbach (SUI) 14
127  Anthony Roux (FRA) 63
128  Jérémy Roy (FRA) 96
129  Arthur Vichot (FRA) 78
Directeur sportif: Yvon Madiot[49]
Bora–Argon 18 (BOA)
No. Rider Pos.
131  Emanuel Buchmann (GER) dagger 21
132  Shane Archbold (NZL) DNS-18
133  Jan Bárta (CZE) 88
134  Cesare Benedetti (ITA) 128
135  Sam Bennett (IRL) 174
136  Bartosz Huzarski (POL) 39
137  Patrick Konrad (AUT) dagger 65
138  Andreas Schillinger (GER) 154
139  Paul Voss (GER) 101
Directeur sportif: Enrico Poitschke[49]
Team Katusha (KAT)
No. Rider Pos.
141  Joaquim Rodríguez (ESP) 7
142  Jacopo Guarnieri (ITA) 165
143  Marco Haller (AUT) 162
144  Alexander Kristoff (NOR) 149
145  Alberto Losada (ESP) 67
146  Michael Mørkøv (DEN) DNF-8
147  Jurgen Van den Broeck (BEL) DNS-12
148  Ángel Vicioso (ESP) 129
149  Ilnur Zakarin (RUS) 25
Directeur sportif: José Azevedo[49]
Lampre–Merida (LAM)
No. Rider Pos.
151  Rui Costa (POR) 49
152  Yukiya Arashiro (JPN) 116
153  Matteo Bono (ITA) 136
154  Davide Cimolai (ITA) 168
155  Kristijan Đurasek (CRO) 51
156  Tsgabu Grmay (ETH) dagger 92
157  Louis Meintjes (RSA) dagger 8
158  Luka Pibernik (SLO) dagger 102
159  Jan Polanc (SLO) dagger 54
Directeur sportif: Philippe Mauduit[49]
Lotto–Soudal (LTS)
No. Rider Pos.
161  André Greipel (GER) 133
162  Lars Bak (DEN) 173
163  Thomas De Gendt (BEL) 40
164  Jens Debusschere (BEL) DNS-15
165  Tony Gallopin (FRA) 71
166  Adam Hansen (AUS) 100
167  Greg Henderson (NZL) 155
168  Jürgen Roelandts (BEL) 126
169  Marcel Sieberg (GER) 169
Directeur sportif: Herman Frison[49]
Direct Énergie (DEN)
No. Rider Pos.
171  Bryan Coquard (FRA) dagger 113
172  Sylvain Chavanel (FRA) 43
173  Antoine Duchesne (CAN) dagger 107
174  Yohann Gène (FRA) 158
175  Fabrice Jeandesboz (FRA) 60
176  Adrien Petit (FRA) 164
177  Romain Sicard (FRA) 81
178  Angelo Tulik (FRA) DNF-12
179  Thomas Voeckler (FRA) 79
Directeur sportif: Jimmy Engoulvent[49]
Etixx–Quick-Step (EQS)
No. Rider Pos.
181  Marcel Kittel (GER) 166
182  Julian Alaphilippe (FRA) dagger 41
183  Iljo Keisse (BEL) 139
184  Daniel Martin (IRL) 9
185  Tony Martin (GER) DNF-21
186  Maximiliano Richeze (ARG) 144
187  Fabio Sabatini (ITA) 150
188  Petr Vakoč (CZE) 118
189  Julien Vermote (BEL) 114
Directeur sportif: Tom Steels[49]
Cofidis (COF)
No. Rider Pos.
191  Daniel Navarro (ESP) DNF-19
192  Borut Božič (SLO) DNF-17
193  Jérôme Cousin (FRA) 121
194  Nicolas Edet (FRA) 106
195  Arnold Jeannesson (FRA) 87
196  Christophe Laporte (FRA) dagger 157
197  Cyril Lemoine (FRA) 137
198  Luis Ángel Maté (ESP) 55
199  Geoffrey Soupe (FRA) 142
Directeur sportif: Didier Rous[49]
Orica–BikeExchange (OBE)
No. Rider Pos.
201  Simon Gerrans (AUS) DNS-13
202  Michael Albasini (SUI) 132
203  Luke Durbridge (AUS) dagger 112
204  Mathew Hayman (AUS) 135
205  Daryl Impey (RSA) 38
206  Christopher Juul-Jensen (DEN) 119
207  Michael Matthews (AUS) 110
208  Rubén Plaza (ESP) 72
209  Adam Yates (GBR) dagger White jersey 4
Directeur sportif: Matthew White[49]
Fortuneo–Vital Concept (FVC)
No. Rider Pos.
211  Eduardo Sepúlveda (ARG) dagger 59
212  Vegard Breen (NOR) 167
213  Anthony Delaplace (FRA) 90
214  Brice Feillu (FRA) 70
215  Armindo Fonseca (FRA) 146
216  Daniel McLay (GBR) dagger 170
217  Pierre-Luc Périchon (FRA) 93
218  Chris Anker Sørensen (DEN) 84
219  Florian Vachon (FRA) 105
Directeur sportif: Sébastien Hinault[49]

By nationality

The 198 riders that competed in the 2016 Tour de France represented 35 different countries.[4]

Country No. of riders Finishers Stage wins
 Argentina 2 2
 Australia 9 6 1 (Michael Matthews)
 Austria 4 4
 Belarus 1 1
 Belgium 14 11 2 (Greg Van Avermaet ×1, Thomas De Gendt ×1)
 Canada 1 1
 Colombia 4 4 1 (Jarlinson Pantano)
 Croatia 2 2
 Czech Republic 3 3
 Denmark 7 5
 Eritrea 2 2
 Estonia 1 1
 Ethiopia 1 1
 France 38 34 1 (Romain Bardet)
 Germany 12 11 2 (Marcel Kittel ×1, André Greipel ×1)
 Great Britain 8 7 7 (Mark Cavendish ×4, Chris Froome ×2, Steve Cummings ×1)
 Ireland 2 2
 Italy 13 13
 Japan 1 1
 Kazakhstan 1 1
 Lithuania 1 1
 Luxembourg 2 2
 Netherlands 15 13 2 (Tom Dumoulin)
 New Zealand 3 2
 Norway 4 4
 Poland 3 3
 Portugal 2 2
 Russia 1 1 1 (Ilnur Zakarin)
 Slovakia 1 1 3 (Peter Sagan)
 Slovenia 4 3
 South Africa 3 3
 Spain 18 14 1 (Jon Izagirre)
  Switzerland 9 7
 Ukraine 1 1
 United States 5 5
Total 198 174 21

Notes

  1. ^ The race numbers were handed out based on the team leader's result in the 2015 Tour de France. The better the team leader did in the 2015 Tour, the lower the race numbers handed to his team. For example, Team Sky were given numbers 1 to 9 due to Chris Froome winning the 2015 Tour.[12]

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External links

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