|2.||1907||Labor - Dunlop||1326||6|
|3.||1908||Peugeot - Wolber||2663||1|
|4.||1909||Alcyon - Dunlop||3544||1|
|5.||1910||Alcyon - Dunlop||2299||2|
|6.||1911||Alcyon - Dunlop||992||14|
|7.||1912||Automoto - Persan||1015||15|
|9.||1914||Peugeot - Wolber||993||13|
François Faber (pronounced [fʁɑ̃.swa fa.be]; 26 January 1887 – 9 May 1915) was a Luxembourgian/French racing cyclist. He was born in France. He was the first foreigner to win the Tour de France in 1909, and his record of winning 5 consecutive stages still stands. He died in World War I while fighting for France.