1. The Combativity award is a prize given in the Tour de France. It favours constant attackers and since 1981 the winner of the award has not won the whole Tour.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combativity_award
2. The Combativity Award goes to riders who attack regularly throughout the race. They are allowed to wear a white-on-red race number.http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A3197171
3. Combativity award – A daily award given to the rider who livens up each stage during the Tour. The classification began in 1952 and since 1998 the rider is marked by a red start number rather than a jersey so he won’t stick out too much in the crowd and negate the chance of surprise. A panel of race officials and journalists decide who earns each day’s honor, and there’s a running total for an overall classification as well.http://www.csc.com/features/2006/59.shtml
1. A second Bastille Day win was his second of the Tour while a long lone attack in the Pyrenees secured the King of the Mountains prize and the Combativity award.
2. Madison will sponsor the 'Combativity' award each day within the race.
3. Willems, part of the original breakaway was eventually caught by the peloton but the incident did not seem to upset Casar enough to stop him from eventually winning the stage and the combativity award [..]