THE LAST DECADE IN BRIEF
Best position: Max Sciandri 17th in 2000
Most starters: 6 in 2005
Most finishers: 3 in 2003

2007 ? Stuttgart
Winner: Paolo Bettini (Italy)
British starters / finishers: 1/3
54th David Millar at 1-05
DNF Roger Hammond
DNF Mark Cavendish

2006 ? Salzburg
Winner: Paolo Bettini (Italy)
British starters / finishers: 2/3
35th David Millar at 2sec
62nd Roger Hammond at 1-53
DNF Russell Downing

2005 ? Madrid
Winner: Tom Boonen (Belgium)
British starters / finishers: 2/6
41st Roger Hammond at 25sec
112th Bradley Wiggins at 6-01
DNF Robin Sharman
DNF Steve Cummings
DNF Charly Wegelius
DNF Tom Southam

2004 ? Verona
Winner: Oscar Freire (Spain)
British starters / finishers: 0/2
DNF Tom Southam
DNF Charly Wegelius

2003 ? Hamilton
Winner: Igor Astarloa (Spain)
British starters / finishers: 3/4
31st Max Sciandri at 12sec
85th Roger Hammond at 4-52
86th David Millar at 4-52
DNF Charly Wegelius

2002 ? Zolder
Winner: Mario Cipollini (Italy)
British starters / finishers: 0/2
DNF David Millar
DNF Julian Winn

2001 ? Lisbon
Winner: Oscar Freire (Spain)
British starters / finishers: 2/4
59th Max Sciandri at 1-00
81st Charly Wegelius at 10-42
DNF Mark Lovatt
DNF David Millar

2000 ? Plouay
Winner: Romans Vainsteins (Latvia)
British starters / finishers: 2/3
17th Max Sciandri same time
80th Charly Wegelius at 12-20
DNS Mark Lovatt

1999 ? Verona
Winner: Oscar Freire (Spain)
British starters / finishers: 0/1
DNF Max Sciandri

1998 ? Valkenburg
Winner: Oscar Camenzind (Switzerland)
British starters / finishers: 0/1
DNF Roger Hammond

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