2014 Tour de France start list

Full rosters for all of the 2014 Tour de France teams, with race numbers

Scenery, Tour de France 2013, stage 19
(Image credit: Graham Watson)

The final start list for the 2014 Tour de France (July 5-27) has been released.

A total of 22 teams will line up in Leeds, Yorkshire, on Saturday, July 5 to take part in the 101st edition of the Tour de France. Each squad fields nine riders, bringing the total number of participants to 198.

Riders with names crossed out have withdrawn from the race.

Team Sky

Great Britain (SKY)

1. Chris Froome (Great Britain)

2. Bernhard Eisel (Austria)

3. Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus)

4. David Lopez (Spain)

5. Mikel Nieve (Spain)

6. Danny Pate (USA)

7. Richie Porte (Australia)

8. Geraint Thomas (Great Britain)

9. Xabier Zandio (Spain)

DS: Nicolas Portal

Movistar Team

Spain (MOV)

11. Alejandro Valverde (Spain)

12. Imanol Erviti (Spain)

13. John Gadret (France)

14. Jesus Herrada* (Spain)

15. Benat Intxausti (Spain)

16. Ion Izagirre* (Spain)

17. Ruben Plaza (Spain)

18. Jose Joaquin Rojas (Spain)

19. Giovanni Visconti (Spain)

DS: Jose Arrieta

Katusha Team

Russia (KAT)

21. Joaquim Rodriguez (Spain)

22. Vladimir Isaychev (Russia)

23. Alexander Kristoff (Norway)

24. Luca Paolini (Italy)

25. Alexander Porsev (Russia)

26. Egor Silin (Russia)

27. Gatis Smukulis (Latvia)

28. Simon Spilak (Slovenia)

29. Yuri Trofimov (Russia)

DS: José Azevedo


Russia (TCS)

31. Alberto Contador (Spain)

32. Daniele Bennati (Italy)

33. Jesus Hernandez (Spain)

34. Rafal Majka* (Poland)

35. Michael Morkov (Denmark)

36. Sergio Paulinho (Portugal)

37. Nicolas Roche (Ireland)

38. Michael Rogers (Australia)

39. Matteo Tossato (Italy)

DS: Philippe Mauduit

Astana Pro Team

Kazakhstan (AST)

41. Vincenzo Nibali (Italy)

42. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark)

43. Andriy Grivko (Ukraine)

44. Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kazakhstan)

45. Maxim Iglinsky (Kazakhstan)

46. Tanel Kangert (Estonia)

47. Michele Scarponi (Italy)

48. Alessandro Vanotti (Italy)

49. Lieuwe Westra (Netherlands)

DS: Giuseppe Martinelli

Cannondale Pro Cycling

Italy (CAN)

51. Peter Sagan* (Slovakia)

52. Maciej Bodnar (Poland)

53. Alessandro De Marchi (Italy)

54. Ted King (USA)

55. Kristijan Koren (Slovenia)

56. Marco Marcato (Italy)

57. Jean-Marc Marino (France)

58. Fabio Sabatini (Italy)

59. Elia Viviani* (Italy)

DS: Stefano Zanatta

Belkin Pro Cycling Team

Netherlands (BEL)

61. Bauke Mollema (Netherlands)

62. Lars Boom (Netherlands)

63. Stef Clement (Netherlands)

64. Steven Kruijswijk (Netherlands)

65. Tom Leezer (Netherlands)

66. Bram Tankink (Netherlands)

67. Laurens Ten Dam (Netherlands)

68. Sep Vanmarcke (Belgium)

69. Maarten Wynants (Belgium)

DS: Nico Verhoeven

Omega Pharma-QuickStep

Belgium (OPQ)

71. Mark Cavendish (Great Britain)

72. Jan Bakelants (Belgium)

73. Michal Golas (Poland)

74. Michal Kwiatkowski* (Poland)

75. Tony Martin (Germany)

76. Alessandro Petacchi (Italy)

77. Mark Renshaw (Australia)

78. Niki Terpstra (Netherlands)

79. Matteo Trentin* (Italy)

DS: Wilfried Peeters

  Ag2r La Mondiale

France (ALM)

81. Jean-Christophe Peraud (France)

82. Romain Bardet* (France)

83. Mikael Cherel (France)

84. Samuel Dumoulin (France)

85. Ben Gastauer (Luxembourg)

86. Blel Kadri (France)

87. Sebastian Minard (France)

88. Matteo Montaguti (Italy)

89. Christophe Riblon (France)

DS: Vincent Lavenu



91. Andrew Talansky (USA)

92. Janier Acevedo (Colombia)

93. Jack Bauer (New Zealand)

94. Alex Howes (USA)

95. Ben King* (USA)

96. Sebastian Langeveld (Netherlands)

97. Ramunas Navardauskas (Lithuania)

98. Tom-Jelte Slagter* (Netherlands)

99. Johan Vansummeren (Belgium)

DS: Charly Wegelius

Team Giant-Shimano

Netherlands (GIA)

101. Marcel Kittel (Germany)

102. Roy Curvers (Netherlands)

103. Koen De Kort (Netherlands)

104. John Degenkolb* (Germany)

105. Dries Devenyns (Belgium)

106. Tom Dumoulin* (Netherlands)

107. Cheng Ji (China)

108. Albert Timmer (Netherlands)

109. Tom Veelers (Netherlands)

DS: Christian Guiberteau


Italy (LAM)

111. Rui Costa (Portugal)

112. Davide Cimolai* (Italy)

113. Kristijan Durasek (Croatia)

114. Chris Horner (USA)

115. Sacha Modolo (Italy)

116. Nelson Oliveira* (Portugal)

117. Maximiliano Richeze (Argentina)

118. Jose Serpa (Colombia)

119. Rafael Valls (Spain)

DS: Jose Fernandez


France (FDJ)

121. Arnaud Demare* (France)

122. William Bonnet (France)

123. Mickael Delage (France)

124. Arnold Jeannesson (France)

125. Matthieu Ladagnous (France)

126. Cedric Pineau (France)

127. Thibaut Pinot* (France)

128. Jeremy Roy (France)

129. Arthur Vichot (France)

DS: Thierry Bricaud


Belgium (LTB)

131. Jurgen van den Broeck (Belgium)

132. Lars Bak (Denmark)

133. Bart De Clercq (Belgium)

134. Tony Gallopin (France)

135. Andre Greipel (Germany)

136. Adam Hansen (Australia)

137. Greg Henderson (New Zealand)

138. Jurgen Roelandts (Belgium)

139. Marcel Sieberg (Germany)

DS: Herman Frison

BMC Racing Team


141. Tejay van Garderen (USA)

142. Darwin Atapuma (Colombia)

143. Marcus Burghardt (Germany)

144. Amael Moinard (France)

145. Daniel Oss (Italy)

146. Michael Schar (Switzerland)

147. Peter Stetina (USA)

148. Greg Van Avermaet (Belgium)

149. Peter Velits (Svk)

DS: Yvon Ledanois

  Team Europcar

France (EUC)

151. Pierre Rolland (France)

152. Yukiya Arashiro (Japan)

153. Bryan Coquard* (France)

154. Cyril Gautier (France)

155. Yohann Gène (France)

156. Alexandre Pichot (France)

157. Perrig Quémeneur (France)

158. Kévin Reza (France)

159. Thomas Voeckler (France)

DS: Andy Flickinger

  Trek Factory Racing


161. Frank Schleck (Luxembourg)

162. Matthew Busche (USA)

163. Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland)

164. Markel Irizar (Spain)

165. Gregory Rast (Switzerland)

166. Andy Schleck (Luxembourg)

167. Danny Van Poppel* (Netherlands)

168. Jens Voigt (Germany)

169. Haimar Zubeldia (Spain)

DS: Kim Andersen


France (COF)

171. Daniel Navarro (Spain)

172. Nicolas Edet (France)

173. Egoitz Garcia (Spain)

174. Cyril Lemoine (France)

175. Luis Angel Mate (Spain)

176. Rudy Molard* (France)

177. Adrien Petit* (France)

178. Julien Simon (France)

179. Rein Taaramae (Estonia)

DS: Didier Rous


Australia (OGE)

181. Simon Gerrans (Australia)

182. Michael Albasini (Switzerland)

183. Simon Clarke (Australia)

184. Luke Durbridge* (Australia)

185. Mathew Hayman (Australia)

186. Jens Keukeleire (Belgium)

187. Christian Meier (Canada)

188. Svein Tuft (Canada)

189. Simon Yates* (Great Britain)

DS: Matthew White

IAM Cycling

Switzerland (IAM)

191. Mathias Frank (Switzerland)

192. Sylvain Chavanel (France)

193. Martin Elmiger (Switzerland)

194. Heinrich Haussler (Australia)

195. Reto Hollenstein (Switzerland)

196. Roger Kluge (Germany)

197. Jerome Pineau (France)

198. Sebastien Reichenbach* (Switzerland)

199. Danilo Wyss (Switzerland)

DS: Kjell Carlstrom

Team NetApp–Endura

Germany (TNE)

201. Leopold Koenig (Czech Republic)

202. Jan Barta (Czech Republic)

203. David de la Cruz* (Spain)

204. Zak Dempster (Australia)

205. Bartosz Huzarski (Poland)

206. Tiago Machado (Portugal)

207. Jose Mendes (Portugal)

208. Andreas Schillinger (Germany)

209. Paul Voss (Germany)

DS: Enrico Poitschke

Bretagne-Séché Environnement

France (BSE)

211. Brice Feillu (France)

212. Jean-Marc Bideau (France)

213. Anthony Delaplace* (France)

214. Romain Feillu (France)

215. Armindo Fonseca* (France)

216. Arnaud Gerard (France)

217. Florian Guillou (France)

218. Benedict Jarrier* (France)

219. Florian Vachon (France)

DS: Emmanuel Hubert

* indicates a rider is under 25 years old


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