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Vuelta a Burgos

Vuelta a Burgos
Race details
DateMid-August
RegionBurgos, Spain
English nameTour of Burgos
Local name(s)Vuelta a Burgos (in Spanish)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI ProSeries
TypeStage-race
Web sitewww.vueltaburgos.com Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1946 (1946)
Editions45 (as of 2023)
First winner Bernardo Capó (ESP)
Most wins Marino Lejarreta (ESP) (4 wins)
Most recent Primož Roglič (SLO)

Vuelta Ciclista a Burgos is an elite professional road bicycle racing event held annually in the Burgos province of Spain.[1] The men's Vuelta a Burgos has been a multi-day stage race as part of the UCI Europe Tour since 2005. In 2019, a multi-day women's stage race, the Vuelta a Burgos Feminas, was added that runs in mid-May.[2] The men's race became part of the new UCI ProSeries in 2020.[3]

Vuelta a Burgos 2006: Peloton in Miranda

Winners men's race

Year Distance (km) General Mountains Points
1946 - Spain Bernardo Capó Spain Bernardo Capó -
1947 - Spain Bernardo Ruiz Spain Miguel Gual -
1981 - Spain Faustino Rupérez Spain Pedro Muñoz Spain Eulalio García
1982 - Spain José Luis Laguía Spain Felipe Yáñez Spain Isidro Juárez
1983 - Spain Ángel de las Heras Spain José Luis Laguía Spain Celestino Prieto
1984 - Spain Federico Echave Spain Juan Fernández Spain Federico Echave
1985 - Spain José Recio Spain Jesús Rodríguez Magro Spain Manuel Jorge Domínguez
1986 - Spain Marino Lejarreta Spain Mariano Sánchez Martinez Spain Alfonso Gutiérrez
1987 - Spain Marino Lejarreta Spain Jesús Rodríguez Magro Spain Marino Lejarreta
1988 - Spain Marino Lejarreta Spain Ángel Ocaña Spain Marino Lejarreta
1989 - Spain Francisco Antequera Spain Pedro Muñoz Belgium Eric Vanderaerden
1990 - Spain Marino Lejarreta France Charly Mottet Spain Miguel Induráin
1991 - Spain Pedro Delgado Spain Pedro Delgado Switzerland Stephan Joho
1992 - Switzerland Alex Zülle Mexico Raúl Alcalá France Laurent Jalabert
1993 - Spain Laudelino Cubino France Francisque Teyssier Germany Erik Zabel
1994 - France Armand de las Cuevas United Kingdom Robert Millar Italy Samuele Schiavina
1995 - Switzerland Laurent Dufaux France François Simon Switzerland Laurent Dufaux
1996 - Switzerland Tony Rominger Spain José María Jiménez Italy Nicola Minali
1997 - France Laurent Jalabert Spain Jon Odriozola Spain Abraham Olano
1998 691 Spain Abraham Olano Spain José María Jiménez Belgium Andrei Tchmil
1999 686 Spain Abraham Olano Italy Stefano Casagranda Spain Abraham Olano
2000 515 Italy Leonardo Piepoli Spain Óscar Sevilla France Pascal Hervé
2001 782 Spain Juan Miguel Mercado Spain José Luis Rubiera Spain Óscar Freire
2002 682 Spain Francisco Mancebo Italy Alessandro Bertolini Italy Salvatore Commesso
2003 670.4 Spain Pablo Lastras Belgium Dave Bruylandts Belgium Dave Bruylandts
2004 633 Spain Alejandro Valverde Spain Alejandro Valverde Spain Alejandro Valverde
2005 665.5 Spain Juan Carlos Domínguez Spain Luis Pérez Spain Igor Astarloa
2006 671.8 Spain Iban Mayo Italy Sergio Ghisalberti Spain Carlos Torrent Tarres
2007 632 Colombia Mauricio Soler Belarus Vasil Kiryienka Spain Alejandro Valverde
2008 802 Spain Xabier Zandio Spain Juan José Cobo Belarus Yauheni Hutarovich
2009 641 Spain Alejandro Valverde Spain Serafín Martínez Spain Alejandro Valverde
2010 657 Spain Samuel Sánchez Spain José Vicente Toribio Spain Samuel Sánchez
2011 646.6 Spain Joaquim Rodríguez Spain Mikel Landa Spain Joaquim Rodríguez
2012 775 Spain Daniel Moreno Spain Sergio Pardilla Spain Daniel Moreno
2013 803 Colombia Nairo Quintana Spain Amets Txurruka France Anthony Roux
2014 619.4 Colombia Nairo Quintana Colombia Nairo Quintana Spain Daniel Moreno
2015 658 Estonia Rein Taaramäe Colombia Fabio Duarte Spain Daniel Moreno
2016 674.72 Spain Alberto Contador Spain Omar Fraile Netherlands Danny van Poppel
2017 771 Spain Mikel Landa Spain Mikel Landa Spain Mikel Landa
2018 775 Colombia Iván Sosa Colombia Iván Sosa Colombia Miguel Ángel López
2019 787 Colombia Iván Sosa Colombia Iván Sosa Spain Alex Aranburu
2020 797 Belgium Remco Evenepoel Spain Gotzon Martín Spain Mikel Landa
2021 804 Spain Mikel Landa France Romain Bardet Colombia Juan Sebastián Molano
2022 810 France Pavel Sivakov Colombia Miguel Ángel López Portugal Ruben Guerreiro
2023 674.2 Slovenia Primož Roglič United Kingdom Adam Yates Slovenia Primož Roglič

Winners women's race

References

  1. ^ "Vuelta a Burgos". FirstCycling.com. 2023.
  2. ^ "Vuelta a Burgos Feminas(2.WWT)". ProcyclingStats. 6 October 2023.
  3. ^ "Vuelta a Burgos (Esp) - Cat.2.ProS". Memoire-du-cyclisme.eu (in French).
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