Paris-Nice 1985 - Sean KELLY© PresseSports
Paris-Nice 1991 - Thierry MARIE© PresseSports / BOUTROUX
7 overall victories for Sean Kelly (1982-1988).
12 riders won Paris-Nice several times.
14 French riders won Paris-Nice.
11 nations are at the palmares of Paris-Nice.
21 years old. It was the age of the youngest rider to win Paris-Nice (Vietto in 1935).
9’39 is the biggest gap between the first and second riders at final overall classification (1939, final victory for Archambaud).
3” is the tiniest gap between the winner and the second at the final overall classification (2008, victory for Rebellin ahead of Nocentini).
1,955 kilometres for the longest edition (1959).
850 kilometres for the shortest edition (1973).
136 is the biggest number of riders to complete Paris-Nice (2001).
19 is the tiniest number of riders to complete Paris-Nice (1939).
57 it is the number of leader jerseys for Eddy Merckx on Paris-Nice.
10, is the number of riders who wore the leader jersey from the first till the last stage.
6 is the highest number of stage victories for one rider of a single edition Paris-Nice (Maertens, 1976.
21 is the number of stages won by Eddy Merckx.
312 kilometres is the distance of the longest stage on Paris-Nice (Paris-Dijon, 1933).
19 kilometres is the distance of the shortest on line stage on Paris-Nice (Tournon-Valence, 1973).
67 is the highest number of riders to retire on one stage (1939).
1’’’’, is the smallest gap between the winner and the second on a Prologue (1991, Thierry Marie won ahead of Tony Rominger).