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The Hamburg Cyclassics debuted in 1996 - with a pro race already consisting of 100 professional cyclists, among them sprint ace Erik Zabel who went ahead and won the race in 2001. But it was Jan Ullrich who initially gave cycling an enormous boost in popularity in Germany in 1997 after achieving his "double": winning both the Tour de France and the Hamburg Cyclassics. The race reached a milestone in 1998 when it obtained World Cup status.
Since 2005, the pro race has been a part of the sport’s peak competition, the UCI World Tour (former ProTour). For this reason, the event is considered to be one of the sport’s major one-day cycling races world-wide. That it is deservedly part of the ProTour despite its comparatively short history is well illustrated by race director Roland Hofer, who emphasises: “Although the race profile may appear more suitable for the sprinters, it can ultimately be won by all types of cyclists and it’s exactly these kind of races that are needed for a well-balanced World Tour.”


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WorldTour Teams (2019)

ALM Ag2r La Mondiale  – Frankreich Frankreich
AST Astana Pro Team  – Kasachstan Kasachstan
TBM Bahrain-Merida  – Bahrain Bahrain
BOH Bora-hansgrohe  – Deutschland Deutschland
CPT CCC Team  –   Polen
DQT Deceuninck – Quick – Step  – Belgien Belgien
EFD EF Education First  – Vereinigte Staaten Vereinigte Staaten
FDJ Groupama-FDJ  – Frankreich Frankreich
LTS Lotto Soudal  – Belgien Belgien
MTS Mitchelton-Scott  – Australien Australien
MOV Movistar Team  – Spanien
TDD Team Dimension Data  – Südafrika
TJV Team Jumbo – Visma  – Niederlande Niederlande
TKA Team Katusha – Alpecin  –  Schweiz
SKY Team Sky  – Vereinigtes Königreich Vereinigtes Königreich
SUN Team Sunweb  – Deutschland Deutschland
TFS Trek-Segafredo  – Vereinigte Staaten Vereinigte Staaten
UAD UAE Team Emirates  – Vereinigte Arabische Emirate Vereinigte Arabische Emirate

ProContinental Teams (2019)

PCB Arkéa-Samsic  – Frankreich Frankreich



1996 Rossano Brasi (ITA)
1997 Jan Ullrich (GER)
1998 Leon Van Bon (NED)
1999 Mirko Celestino (ITA)
2000 Gabriele Missaglia (ITA)
2001 Erik Zabel (GER)
2002 Johan Museeuw (BEL)
2003 Paolo Bettini (ITA)
2004 Stuart O’Grady (AUS)
2005 Filippo Pozzato (ITA)
2006 Oscar Freire (ESP)
2007 Alessandro Ballan (ITA)
2008 Robbie McEwen (AUS)
2009 Tyler Farrar (USA)
2010 Tyler Farrar (USA)
2011 Edvald Boasson Hagen (NOR)
2012 Arnaud Démare (FRA)
2013 John Degenkolb (GER)
2014 Alexander Kristoff (NOR)
2015 André Greipel (GER)
2016 Caleb Ewan (AUS)
2017 Elia Viviani (ITA)
2018 Elia Viviani (ITA)


The following file contains detailed information about all athletes who have started in Hamburg. You can download the PDF file by clicking here.