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1986 Vuelta a España

1986 Vuelta a España
Race details
Dates22 April – 13 May
Stages21 + Prologue
Distance3,666 km (2,278 mi)
Winning time98h 16' 04"
Results
Winner  Álvaro Pino (ESP) (Zor–BH)
  Second  Robert Millar (GBR) (Panasonic–Merckx–Agu)
  Third  Sean Kelly (IRL) (Kas)

Points  Sean Kelly (IRL) (Kas)
Mountains  José Luis Laguía (ESP) (Reynolds)
Youth  Omar Hernández (COL) (Ryalcao Postobón)
Combination  Sean Kelly (IRL) (Kas)
Sprints  Benny Van Brabant (BEL) (Dormilón)
  Team Zor–BH
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The 41st Edition Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain), a long-distance bicycle stage race and one of the three grand tours, was held from 22 April to 13 May 1986. It consisted of 21 stages covering a total of 3,666 km (2,278 mi), and was won by Álvaro Pino of the Zor–BH cycling team.[1]

Teams and riders

Route

List of stages[2][3]
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
P 22 April Palma de Mallorca – Palma de Mallorca 5.7 km (4 mi) Individual time trial  Thierry Marie (FRA)
1 23 April Palma de Mallorca – Palma de Mallorca 190 km (118 mi)  Marc Gomez (FRA)
2 24 April Barcelona – Barcelona 182 km (113 mi)  Manuel Jorge Domínguez (ESP)
3 25 April LleidaZaragoza 212 km (132 mi)  Eddy Planckaert (BEL)
4 26 April ZaragozaLogroño 192 km (119 mi)  Alfonso Gutiérrez (ESP)
5 27 April HaroSantander 202 km (126 mi)  Jesús Blanco Villar (ESP)
6 28 April SantanderLakes of Covadonga 191 km (119 mi)  Robert Millar (GBR)
7 29 April Cangas de OnísOviedo 180 km (112 mi)  Eddy Planckaert (BEL)
8 30 April OviedoAlto del Naranco 9.7 km (6 mi) Individual time trial  Marino Lejarreta (ESP)
9 1 May Oviedo – San Isidro [es] 180 km (112 mi)  Charly Mottet (FRA)
10 2 May San Isidro [es]Palencia 193 km (120 mi)  Sean Kelly (IRL)
11 3 May Valladolid – Valladolid 29.1 km (18 mi) Individual time trial  Charly Mottet (FRA)
12 4 May ValladolidSegovia 258 km (160 mi)  Reimund Dietzen (FRG)
13 5 May SegoviaVillalba 148 km (92 mi)  Sean Kelly (IRL)
14 6 May Casino Gran Madrid [es] (Torrelodones) – Leganés 165 km (103 mi)  José Recio (ESP)
15 7 May AranjuezAlbacete 207 km (129 mi)  Jon Egiarte [es] (ESP)
16 8 May AlbaceteJaén 264 km (164 mi)  Alain Bondue (FRA)
17 9 May JaénSierra Nevada 172 km (107 mi)  Felipe Yáñez (ESP)
18 10 May GranadaBenalmádena 191 km (119 mi)  Viktor Demidenko (URS)
19 11 May BenalmádenaPuerto Real 234 km (145 mi)  Jesús Blanco Villar (ESP)
20 12 May Puerto RealJerez de la Frontera 239 km (149 mi)  Marc Gomez (FRA)
21 13 May Jerez de la Frontera – Jerez de la Frontera 22 km (14 mi) Individual time trial  Álvaro Pino (ESP)
Total 3,666 km (2,278 mi)

General classification (final)

Rank Rider Team Time
1 Spain Álvaro Pino Zor 98h16'04 "
2 United Kingdom Robert Millar Panasonic 1'06"
3 Republic of Ireland Sean Kelly Kas 5'19"
4 Germany Raimund Dietzen Teka 5'58"
5 Spain Marino Lejarreta Seat–Orbea 7'12"
6 Spain Pello Ruiz Cabestany Seat–Orbea 7'26"
7 France Laurent Fignon Système U–Gitane 7'29"
8 Colombia Fabio Parra Café de Colombia 7'44"
9 Spain Anselmo Fuerte Zor 10'50"
10 Spain Pedro Delgado PDM–Concorde 11'50"
11 Belgium Lucien Van Impe Dormilon–Campagnolo
12 Spain Ignacio Gaston Crespo Kas–Mavic
13 Colombia Omar Hernández Postobón–RCN
14 France Yvon Madiot Système U–Gitane
15 Netherlands Peter Winnen Panasonic
16 Spain Jesús Blanco Villar Teka
17 Colombia Carlos Gutiérrez Kelme
18 France Éric Guyot Kas–Mavic
19 Switzerland Stefan Mutter PDM–Gin MG–Concorde
20 Spain Enrique Aja Cagigas Teka
21 Belgium Lucien Van Impe Dormilon–Campagnolo
22 France Charly Mottet Système U–Gitane
23 Colombia Nestor Mora Postobón-RCN
24 Spain Eduardo Chozas Teka
25 Spain José Luis Laguía Reynolds

References

  1. ^ "Clasificaciones" [Classifications] (PDF). El Mundo Deportivo (in Spanish). 14 May 1986. p. 37. Archived (PDF) from the original on 23 September 2018. Retrieved 27 May 2012.
  2. ^ "1986 » 41st Vuelta a Espana". Procyclingstats. Retrieved 27 July 2018.
  3. ^ "41ème Vuelta a España 1986". Memoire du cyclisme (in French). Archived from the original on 25 October 2004.
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