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mountain:The Alps
altitude:1326 m a.s.l.
number of crossings: 19

Winners on top:

2020  FRA  Pierre ROLLAND19
1998  FRA  Stéphane HEULOT18
1989  ESP  Pedro DELGADO17
1978  FRA  André ROMERO16
1971  ESP  Luis OCANA15
1970  BEL  Eddy MERCKX14
1968  FRA  Raymond PINGEON13
1965  ESP  Julio JIMENEZ12
1963  ESP  Federico BAHAMONTES11
1962  FRA  Raymond POULIDOR10
1961  LUX  Charly GAUL9
1958  LUX  Charly GAUL8
1951  FRA  Bernard GAUTHIER7
1948  ITA  Gino BARTALI6
1947  FRA  Jean ROBIC5
1910  FRA  Charles CRUPELANDT4
1909  LUX  François FABER3
1908  FRA  Georges PASSERIEU2
1907  FRA  Emile GEORGET1

Winners on top by nations:

 FRA  10 
 ESP  4 
 LUX  3 
 ITA  1 
 BEL  1 

Multiple winners on top by cyclists:

 Charly GAUL  2 

Comparison height with the highest ascent:
(2802 m a.s.l., Restefond, Col de la Bonette)
comparison is based only on the altitude, not on elevation

 1 326 / 2 802 

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