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Vuelta a Extremadura

The Tour of Extremadura (Spanish: Vuelta Ciclista Internacional a Extremadura or Vuelta a Extremadura) was an annual multiple stage bicycle race in Spain, visiting the main towns of the Extremadura region. Beginning as an amateur event in 1987, it became part of the professional UCI Europe Tour in 2005, and was last run in 2011.


The first race took place in 1987, although it did not become a regular event until 2002.[1] It was restricted to amateurs until the creation of the Continental Circuits UCI in 2005, when it became part of the professional circuit of the UCI Europe Tour, in category 2.2 (the lowest professional category).[2][3] The 2010 event was cancelled, and the final race took place in 2011 as an amateur event, with all its stages in the province of Badajoz, and four of the five stages started and finished in the same place.[4]

Notable winners include José Ángel Gómez Marchante and Daniel Lloyd, both professional cyclists.


Year Winner Second Third
1987 ? ? ?
1988-1993 No race
1994 Claus Michael Møller DEN ? ?
1995 ? ? ?
1996 ? ? ?
1997 Ernesto Manchón ESP ? ?
1998-1999 No race
2000 ? ? ?
2001 No race
2002 Sergio Domínguez ESP Ricardo Serrano ESP Fredrik Modin SWE
2003 José Ángel Gómez Marchante ESP Carlos Barredo ESP Francisco Javier Andujar ESP
2004 Juan Carlos López COL Jordi Grau ESP Sergio Domínguez ESP
2005 Luis Roberto Álvarez ESP Juan Carlos Rojas CRC Francisco José Terciado ESP
2006 Pedro Romero Ocampo ESP Ángel Rodríguez ESP Gustavo Domínguez ESP
2007 Nuno Marta POR Reinier Honig NLD José Luis Cubillo ESP
2008 Daniel Lloyd GBR Manuel Lloret ESP Sergio Sousa POR
2009 José de Segovia ESP Luis Felipe Laverde COL Bruno Castanheira POR
2010 No race
2011 Gustavo Pérez ARG Paul Kneppers NED Raúl García de Mateos ESP

List of winners by country

Country Victories
Spain 6
Denmark 1
Colombia 1
Portugal 1
United Kingdom 1
Argentina 1


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