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VUELTA A ESPAÑA 2015

1. Puerto Banús – Marbella (TTT)
22 August 2015 |  | profile | 7,4 km
✩ BMC Racing Team
2. Alhaurín de la Torre – Caminito del Rey
23 August 2015 |  | profile | 158,7 km
✩ Esteban Chaves (OGE)
3. Mijas – Málaga
24 August 2015 |  | profile | 158,4 km
✩ Peter Sagan (TCS)
4. Estepona – Vejer de la Frontera
25 August 2015 |  | profile | 209,6 km
✩ Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
5. Rota – Alcalá de Guadaira
26 August 2015 |  | profile | 167,3 km
✩ Caleb Ewan (OGE)
6. Córdoba – Sierra de Cazorla
27 August 2015 |  | profile | 200,3 km
✩ Esteban Chaves (OGE)
7. Jódar – La Alpujarra
28 August 2015 |  | profile | 191,1 km
✩ Bert-Jan Lindeman (TLJ)
8. Puebla de Don Fadrique – Murcia
29 August 2015 |  | profile | 182,5 km
✩ Jasper Stuyven (TFR)
9. Torrevieja – Cumbre del Sol. Benitachell
30 August 2015 |  | profile | 168,3 km
✩ Tom Dumoulin (TGA)
10. Valencia – Castellón
31 August 2015 |  | profile | 146,6 km
✩  Kristian Sbaragli (MTN)
REST DAY 1 September 2015 
11. Andorra la Vella – Cortals d´Encamp
2 September 2015 |  | profile | 138 km
✩ Mikel Landa (AST)
12. Escaldes – Engordany. Andorra – Lleida
3 September 2015 |  | profile | 173 km
✩ Danny van Poppel (TFR)
13. Calatayud – Tarazona
4 September 2015 |  | profile | 178 km
✩ Nelson Oliveira (LAM)
14. Vitoria – Alto Campoo. Fuente del Chivo
5 September 2015 |  | profile | 215 km
✩ Alessandro De Marchi (BMC)
15. Comillas – Sotres. Cabrales
6 September 2015 |  | profile | 175,8 km
✩ Joaquim Rodriguez (KAT)
16. Luarca – Ermita de Alba. Quiros
7 September 2015 |  | profile | 185 km
✩ Fränk Schleck (TFR)
REST DAY 8 September 2015 
17. Burgos – Burgos (ITT)
9 September 2015 |  | profile | 38,7 km
✩ Tom Dumoulin (TGA)
18. Roa – Riaza
10 September 2015 |  | profile | 204 km
✩ Nicolas Roche (SKY)
19. Medina del Campo – Ávila
11 September 2015 |  | profile | 185,8 km
✩ Alexis Gougeard (ALM)
20. San Lorenzo de El Escorial – Cercedilla
12 September 2015 |  | profile | 175,8 km
✩ Rubén Plaza (LAM)
21. Alcalá de Henares – Madrid
13 September 2015 |  | profile | 98,8 km
✩  John Degenkolb (TGA)

General Classification:
1. Fabio Aru (AST)
2. Joaquim Rodriguez (KAT)
3. Rafal Majka (TCS)

Vuelta Red Jersey Fabio Aru (AST)
Vuelta Green Jersey Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
Vuelta Polkadot Jersey Omar Fraile (CJR)
Vuelta Combination Jersey Joaquim Rodriguez (KAT)

Map Route Vuelta 2015

 

Sources: www.lavuelta.com | www.steephill.tv

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VUELTA A ESPAÑA 2014

1. Jerez de la Frontera – Jerez de la Frontera
23 August 2014 |  | profile | 12,6 km
✩ Team Movistar (MOV)
2. Algeciras – San Fernando
24 August 2014 |  | profile | 174,4 km
✩ Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ)
3. Cádiz – Arcos de la Frontera
25 August 2014 |  | profile | 197,8 km
✩ Michael Matthews (OGE)
4. Mairena del Alcor – Córdoba
26 August 2014 |  | profile | 164,7 km
✩ John Degenkolb (GIA)
5. Priego de Córdoba – Ronda
27 August 2014 |  | profile | 180 km
✩ John Degenkolb (GIA)
6. Benalmádena – La Zubia
28 August 2014 |  | profile | 167,1 km
✩ Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
7. Alhendín – Alcaudete
29 August 2014 |  | profile | 169 km
✩ Alessandro de Marchi (CAN)
8. Baeza – Albacete
30 August 2014 |  | profile | 207,4 km
✩ Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ)
9. Carboneras de Guadazaón – Aramón Valdelinares
31 August 2014 |  | profile | 185 km
✩ Winner Anacona (LAM)
REST DAY 1 September 2014 
10. Real Monasterio de Santa María de Veruela – Borja
2 September 2014 |  | profile | 36,7 km
✩ Tony Martin (OPQ)
11. Pamplona – Santuario de San Miguel de Aralar
3 September 2014 |  | profile | 153,4 km
✩ Fabio Aru (AST)
12. Logroño – Logroño
4 September 2014 |  | profile | 166,4 km
✩ John Degenkolb (GIA)
13. Belorado – Obregón. Parque de Cabárceno
5 September 2014 |  | profile | 188,7 km
✩ Daniel Navarro (COF)
14. Santander – La Camperona. Valle de Sábero
6 September 2014 |  | profile | 200,8 km
✩ Ryder Hesjedal (GRS)
15. Oviedo – Lagos de Covadonga
7 September 2014 |  | profile | 152,2km
✩ Przemyslaw Niemiec (LAM)
16. San Martín del Rey Aurelio – La Farrapona. Lago de Somiedo
8 September 2014 |  | profile | 160,5km
✩ Alberto Contador (TCS)
REST DAY 9 September 2014 
17. Ortigueira – Coruña
10 September 2014 |  | profile | 190,7 km
✩ John Degenkolb (GIA)
18. A Estrada – Mont Castrove. Meis
11 September 2014 |  | profile | 157 km
✩ Fabio Aru (AST)
19. Salvaterra do Miño – Cangas do Morrazo
12 September 2014 |  | profile | 180,5 km
✩ Adam Hansen (LTB)
20. Santo Estevo de Ribas de Sil – Puerto de Ancares
13 September 2014 |  | profile | 185,7 km
✩ Alberto Contador (TCS)
21. Santiago de Compostela – Santiago de Compostela
14 September 2014 |  | profile | 9,7 km
✩ Adriano Malori (MOV)

General Classification:
1. Alberto Contador (TCS)
2. Christopher Froome (SKY)
3. Alejandro Valverde (MOV)

Vuelta Red Jersey Alberto Contador (TCS)
Vuelta Green Jersey John Degenkolb (GIA)
Vuelta Polkadot Jersey Luis León Sanchez (RGA)
Vuelta Combination Jersey Alberto Contador (TCS)

Sources: www.lavuelta.com | www.steephill.tv

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VUELTA A ESPAÑA 2013

1. Vilanova de Arousa – Sanxenxo (TTT)
24 August 2013 |  | profile | 27,4 km
Winner: Astana Pro Team
2. Pontevedra – Baiona. Alto Do Monte Da Groba
25 August 2013 |  | profile | 177,7 km
Winner: Nicolas Roche (TST)
3. Vigo – Mirador de Lobeira / Vilagarcía de Arousa
26 August 2013 |  | profile | 184,8 km
Winner: Chris Horner (RLT)
4. Lalín / a Estrada – Fisterra. Fin del Mundo
27 August 2013 |  | profile | 189 km
Winner: Daniel Moreno (KAT)
5. Sober – Lago de Sanabria
28 August 2013 |  | profile | 174,3 km
Winner: Michael Matthews (OGE)
6. Guijuelo – Cáceres
29 August 2013 |  | profile | 175 km
Winner: Michael Mørkøv (TST)
7. Almendralejo – Mairena de Aljarafe
30 August 2013 |  | profile | 205,9 km
Winner: Zdenek Stybar (OPQ)
8. Jerez de la Frontera – Estepona. Alto Peñas Blancas
31 August 2013 |  | profile | 166,6 km
Winner: Leopold König (TNE)
9. Antequera – Valdepeñas de Jaén
1 September 2013 |  | profile | 163,7 km
Winner: Daniel Moreno (KAT)
10. Torredelcampo – Güéjar Sierra. Alto Hazallanas
2 September 2013 |  | profile | 186,8 km
Winner: Chris Horner (RLT)
REST DAY 3 September 2013 
11. Tarazona – Tarazona
4 September 2013 |  | profile | 38,8 km
Winner: Fabian Cancellara (RLT)
12. Maella – Tarragona
5 September 2013 |  | profile | 164,2 km
Winner: Philippe Gilbert (BMC)
13. Valls – Castelldefels
6 September 2013 |  | profile | 169 km
Winner: Warren Barguil (ARG)
14. Bagà – Andorra. Collada de la Gallina
7 September 2013 |  | profile | 155,7 km
Winner: Daniele Ratto (CAN)
15. Andorra – Peyragudes
8 September 2013 |  | profile | 224,9 km
Winner: Alexandre Geniez (FDJ)
16. Graus – Sallent de Gállego. Aramón Formigal
9 September 2013 |  | profile | 146,8 km
Winner: Warren Barguil (ARG)
> REST DAY 10 September 2013
17. Calahorra – Burgos
11 September 2013 |  | profile | 189 km
Winner: Bauke Mollema (BEL)
18. Burgos – Peña Cabarga
12 September 2013 |  | profile | 186,5 km
Winner: Vasil Kiryienka (SKY)
19. S. Vicente Barquera – Oviedo. Alto Naranco
13 September 2013 |  | profile | 181 km
Winner: Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
20. Avilés – Alto de L’Angliru
14 September 2013 |  | profile | 142,2 km
Winner: Kenny Elissonde (FDJ)
21. Leganés – Madrid
15 September 2013 |  | profile | 109,6 km
Winner: Michael Matthews (OGE)

General Classification:
1. Chris Horner (RLT)
2. Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
3. Alejandro Valverde (MOV)

Points Classification:
Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
Mountains Classification:
Nicolas Edet (COF)
Combination Classification:
Chris Horner (RLT)
Teams Classification:
Euskaltel-Euskadi

Sources: www.lavuelta.com | www.steephill.tv

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VUELTA A ESPAÑA 2012

1. Pamplona (TTT)
18 August 2012 |  | profile | 16,5 km
Winner: Team Movistar
2. Pamplona – Viana
19 August 2012 |  | profile | 181,4 km
Winner: John Degenkolb (ARG)
3. Faustino V – Eibar (Arrate)
20 August 2012 |  | profile | 155,3 km
Winner: Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
4. Barakaldo – Valdezcaray
21 August 2012 |  | profile | 160,6 km
Winner: Simon Clarke (OGE)
5. Logroño – Logroño
22 August 2012 |  | profile | 168 km
Winner: John Degenkolb (ARG)
6. Tarazona – Jaca
23 August 2012 |  | profile | 175,4 km
Winner: Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
7. Huesca – Alcañiz
24 August 2012 |  | profile | 164,2 km
Winner: John Degenkolb (ARG)
8. Lleida – Andorra
25 August 2012 |  | profile | 174,7 km
Winner: Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
9. Andorra – Barcelona
26 August 2012 |  | profile | 196,3 km
Winner: Philippe Gilbert (BMC)
REST DAY 27 August 2012 
10. Ponteareas – Sanxenxo
28 August 2012 |  | profile | 190 km
Winner: John Degenkolb (ARG)
11. Cambados – Pontevedra (ITT)
29 August 2012 |  | profile | 39,4 km
Winner: Fredrik Kessiakoff (AST)
12. Vilagarcía de Arousa – Mirador de Ézaro
30 August 2012 |  | profile | 190,5 km
Winner: Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
13. Santiago de Compostela – Ferrol
31 August 2012 |  | profile | 172,8 km
Winner: Stephen Cummings (BMC)
14. Palas de Rei – Puerto de Ancares
1 September 2012 |  | profile | 149,2 km
Winner: Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
15. La Robla – Lagos de Covadonga
2 September 2012 |  | profile | 186,5 km
Winner: Antonio Piedra (CJR)
16. Gijón – Cuitu Negro
3 September 2012 |  | profile | 183,5 km
Winner: Dario Cataldo (OPQ)
REST DAY 4 September 2012 
17. Santander – Fuente Dé
5 September 2012 |  | profile | 187,3 km
Winner: Alberto Contador (STB)
18. Aguilar de Campoo – Valladolid
6 September 2012 |  | profile | 204,5 km
Winner: Daniele Bennati (RNT)
19. Peñafiel – La Lastrilla
7 September 2012 |  | profile | 178,4 km
Winner: Philippe Gilbert (BMC)
20. La Faisanera Golf – Bola del Mundo
8 September 2012 |  | profile | 170,7 km
Winner: Denis Menchov (KAT)
21. Cercedilla – Madrid
9 September 2012 |  | profile | 115 km
Winner: John Degenkolb (ARG)

General Classification:
1. Alberto Contador (STB)
2. Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
3. Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)

Points Classification:
Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
Mountains Classification:
Simon Clarke (OGE)
Combination Classification:
Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
Teams Classification:
Team Movistar

Sources: www.lavuelta.com | www.steephill.tv

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VUELTA A ESPAÑA 2011

1. Benidorm – Benidorm (TTT)
20 August 2011 |  | profile | 13,5 km
Winner: Team Leopard-Trek
2. La Nucía – Playas de Orihuela
21 August 2011 |  | profile | 174 km
Winner: Christopher Sutton (SKY)
3. Petrer – Totana
22 August 2011 |  | profile | 163 km
Winner: Pablo Lastras (MOV)
4. Baza – Sierra Nevada
23 August 2011 |  | profile | 170,2 km
Winner: Daniel Moreno (KAT)
5. Sierra Nevada – Valdepeñas de Jaén
24 August 2011 |  | profile | 187 km
Winner: Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
6. Úbeda – Córdoba
25 August 2011 |  | profile | 193,4 km
Winner: Peter Sagan (LIQ)
7. Almadén – Talavera de la Reina
26 August 2011 |  | profile | 182,9 km
Winner: Marcel Kittel (SKS)
8. Talavera de la Reina – San Lorenzo de El Escorial
27 August 2011 |  | profile | 177,3 km
Winner: Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
9. Villacastín – Sierra de Bejar, La Covatilla
28 August 2011 |  | profile | 183 km
Winner: Daniel Martin (GRM)
10. Salamanca – Salamanca (ITT)
29 August 2011 |  | profile | 47 km
Winner: Tony Martin (THR)
> REST DAY 30 August 2011
11. Verín – Estación de Esquí Alto de la Manzaneda
31 August 2011 |  | profile | 167 km
Winner: David Moncoutié (COF)
12. Ponteareas – Pontevedra
1 September 2011 |  | profile | 167,3 km
Winner: Peter Sagan (LIQ)
13. Sarria – Ponferrada
2 September 2011 |  | profile | 158,2 km
Winner: Michael Albasini (THR)
14. Astorga – La Farrapona, Lagos de Somiedo
3 September 2011 |  | profile | 175,8 km
Winner:  Rein Taaramäe (COF)
15. Avilés – Alto de L’Anglirú
4 September 2011 |  | profile | 142,2 km
Winner: Juan José Cobo (GEO)
> REST DAY 5 September 2011
16. Villa Romana La Olmeda (Palencia) – Haro
6 September 2011 |  | profile | 203,6 km
Winner: Juan José Haedo (SBS)
17. Faustino V – Peña Cabarga
7 September 2011 |  | profile | 211 km
Winner: Chris Froome (SKY)
18. Solares – Noja
8 September 2011 |  | profile | 174,6 km
Winner: Francesco Gavazzi (LAM)
19. Noja – Bilbao
9 September 2011 |  | profile | 158,5 km
Winner: Igor Antón
20. Bilbao – Vitoria
10 September 2011 |  | profile | 185 km
Winner: Daniele Bennati (LEO)
21. Circuito del Jarama – Madrid
11 September 2011 |  | profile | 95,6 km
Winner: Peter Sagan (LIQ)

General Classification
1. Juan José Cobo (GEO)
2. Chris Froome (SKY)
3. Bradley Wiggins (SKY)


Sources: www.lavuelta.com | www.steephill.tv

 

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VUELTA A ESPAÑA 2010

1. Sevilla – Sevilla (TTT)
28 August 2010 ~ 13 km
Winner: HTC Columbia
2. Alcalá de Guadaíra– Marbella
29 August 2010 ~ 173,7 km
Winner: Yauheni Hutarovich (FDJ)
3. Marbella – Málaga
30 August 2010 ~ 157,3 km
Winner: Philippe Gilbert (OLO)
4. Málaga – Valdepeñas de Jaén
31 August 2010 ~ 183,8 km
Winner: Igor Antón (EUS)
5. Guadix – Lorca
1 September 2010 ~ 198,8 km
Winner: Tyler Farrar (GRM)
6. Caravaca de la Cruz – Murcia
2 September 2010 ~ 151 km
Winner: Thor Hushovd (CTT)
7. Murcia – Orihuela
3 September 2010 ~ 187,1 km
Winner: Alessandro Petacchi (LAM)
8. Villena – Xorret de Catí
4 September 2010 ~ 190 km
Winner: David Moncoutié (COF)
9. Calpe – Alcoy
5 September 2010 ~ 187,7 km
Winner: David López García (GCE)
10. Tarragona – Vilanova i la Geltrú
7 September 2010 ~ 175,7 km
Winner: Imanol Erviti (GCE)
11. Vilanova i la Geltrú – Andorra
8 September 2010 ~ 208,4 km
Winner: Igor Antón (EUS)
12. Andorra la Vella – Lleida
9 September 2010 ~ 172,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (TCO)
13. Rincón de Soto  – Burgos
10 September 2010 ~ 196 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (TCO)
14. Burgos – Peña Cabarga
11 September 2010 ~ 178 km
Winner: Joaquím Rodríguez (KAT)
15. Solares – Lagos de Covadonga
12 September 2010 ~ 187,3 km
Winner: Carlos Barredo (QST)
16. Gijón – Cotobello
13 September 2010 ~ 181,4 km
Winner: Mikel Nieve (EUS)
17. Peñafiel – Peñafiel (ITT)
15 September 2010 ~ 46 km
Winner: Peter Velits (TCO)
18. Valladolid – Salamanca
16 September 2010 ~ 148,9 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (TCO)
19. Piedrahita – Toledo
17 September 2010 ~ 231,2 km
Winner: Philippe Gilbert (OLO)
20. San Martín de Valdeiglesias – Bola del Mundo
18 September 2010 ~ 172,1 km
Winner: Ezequiel Mosquera (XAC)
21. San Sebastián de los Reyes – Madrid
19 September 2010 ~ 85 km
Winner: Tyler Farrar (GRM)

General Classification:
1. Vincenzo Nibali (LIQ)
2. Ezequiel Mosquera (XAC)
3. Peter Velits (TCO)

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