Olympia's Tour past winners

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Past Winners
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2010Taylor Phinney (USA)
2009Jetse Bol (NED)
2008Lars Boom (NED)
2007Thomas Berkhout (NED)
2006Tom Veelers (NED)
2005Stef Clement (NED)
2004Thomas Dekker (NED)
2003Joost Posthuma (NED)
2002Mart Louwers (NED)
2001No race
2000Jan van Velzen (NED)
1999Marcel Duijn (NED)
1998Matthé Pronk (NED)
1997Remco van der Ven (NED)
1996Cristiano Citton (ITA)
1995Danny Nelissen (NED)
1994Henk Vogels (AUS)
1993Servais Knaven (NED)
1992Servais Knaven (NED)
1991Anton Tak (NED)
1990Wilco Zuijderwijk (NED)
1989Thomas Liese (DDR)
1988Dirk Meier (DDR)
1987Jos Bol (NED)
1986Berndt Dittert (DDR)
1985John Talen (NED)
1984Asiat Saitov (USSR)
1983Mario Hering (DDR)
1982Gerrit Solleveld (NED)
1981Gerard Schipper (NED)
1980Oleg Logvin (USSR)
1979Jos Lammertink (NED)
1978Arie Hassink (NED)
1977Arie Hassink (NED)
1976Leo van Vliet (NED)
1975Hans Langerijs (NED)
1974Roy Schuiten (NED)
1973Fedor den Hertog (NED)
1972Frits Schür (NED)
1971Cees Priem (NED)
1970Frits Schür (NED)
1969Piet Legierse (NED)
1968Leen De Groot (NED)
1967Cees Zoontjens (NED)
1966Jan Van Der Horst (NED)
1965Harrie Steevens (NED)
1964Cor Schuuring (NED)
1963Joske Dries (NED)
1962Henk Nijdam (NED)
1961Mik Snijder (NED)
1960Gerard Wesseling (NED)
1959Huub Zilverberg (NED)
1958Ab Van Egmond (NED)
1957Adrie Roks (NED)
1956Cees Van Der Zande (NED)
1955Piet Kooyman (NED)

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Alex Hinds is a graduate of Economics and Political Science from Sydney University. Growing up in the metropolitan area of the city he quickly became a bike junkie, dabbling in mountain and road riding. Alex raced on the road in his late teens, but with the time demands of work and university proving too much, decided not to further pursue full-time riding.

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