Past winners

2014 Vilnius – Riga – Tallinn 851,8km 45,8km/h

1. Mathieu van der Poel (NED), BKCP Powerplus

2. Clemens Fankhauser (AUT), Tirol Cycling Team +0’24”

3. Mykhaylo Kononenko (UKR), Kolss Cycling Team 0’39”

 

2013 Lahti – Tallinn – Sigulda – Vilnius 1019,3 km 45,3 km/h

1. Philipp Walsleben (GER), BKCP – Powerplus

2. Ivan Savitckii (RUS), National Team Russia +0’2”

3. Zydrunas Savickas (LIT), National Team Lithuania +0’25”

 

2012 Tallinn – Riga – Vilnius 873,9 km 43,9 km/h

1. Gediminas Bagdonas (LIT), Lithuanian National Team

2. Viktor Shmalko (RUS), Itera – Katusha U23 +0’48”

3. Ian Wilkinson (GBR), Endura Racing +0’49”

 

2011 Vilnius – Riga – Viljandi 637,6 km 43,51 km/h

1. Erki Pütsep (EST), Alpha Baltic/ Unitymarathons.com

2. Igor Boev (RUS), National Team Russia +0’39”

3. Ivo Suur (EST), Nissan Pro Shop Team +1’11”

 

1987  Aivar Murd (EST)  Tartu – Liepaja – Jurbarkas 1500 km

1986 Ēriks Feldmanis (LAT)  Vilnius – Valmiera – Tartu 1200 km

1981 Jaan Veeranna (EST)  Viljandi – Valmiera – Kaunas – Minsk 1105 km

1980 A. Mironov  Minsk – Kaunas – Riga – Liepaja 1255 km

1979 Arnis Bergs (LAT)  Kaunas – Valmiera – Tartu 918 km

1978 Andris Sarkanis (LAT)  Telšiai – Talsi 813 km

1976 Andris Jēkabsons (LAT)  Tartu – Riga – Vilnius – Minsk 1176 km

1975 Andris Jēkabsons (LAT)  Kedainiai – Jelgava – Tartu 808 km

1974 Ringolds Kalnenieks (LAT)  Tallinn – Riga – Klaipeda – Liepaja 954 km

1973 Vytautas Paškauskas (LIT)  Vilnius – Riga – Tallinn 1118 km

1972 Vytautas Berankis (LIT)  Tallinn – Riga – Valka 942 km

1964 Ants Väravas (EST) Vilnius – Riga – Tallinn 1312 km

1963 Juozas Grabauskas (LIT) Tallinn – Riga – Vilnius 1264 km

1962 Ants Väravas (EST) Vilnius – Riga – Tallinn 1194 km

1961 Aleksandrovs Pavlovs (LAT) Vilnius – Riga – Tallinn – Riga 1382 km

1960 Ants Leegu (EST) Tallinn – Riga – Vilnius 1186 km

1959 Ants Väravas (EST) Vilnius – Riga – Tallinn 1004 km

1958 Bronius Krulikauskas (LIT) Vilnius – Riga – Vilnius   1051 km

1957  Bronius Krulikauskas (LIT) Riga – Vilnius – Riga 1245 km

1956 Kazys Paršaitis (LIT) Vilnius – Riga – Vilnius 1298 km

1955 Harijs Japiņš (LAT) Riga – Vilnius – Riga 991 km

18.08 Tallinn – Pärnu

19.08 Pärnu – Valga

20.08 Valga – Smiltene – Valga