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VOLTA CATALUNYA

THE CENTURY OF THE Volta a Catalunya

In 1911 It began the first edition of the event organized by the Club Deportivo Barcelona, 34 participants performed 363 km in three stages, the winner was Sebastián Masdeu.

The day of Kings of 1911 the output is given to the first edition of the “Time” Catalonia, that day was beginning one of the tests cyclists oldest world calendar. The sectors most enterprising of the Catalan society of the time launched a message of modernity and cosmopolitanism in the rest of the country organizing a complex and novel event.

VOLTA DE 1925

VOLTA DE 1925

From Plaza de Sarria came 34 participants and arrived 22 Sants the velodrome where he finished the race with victory Sebastián Masdeu with an average spectacular 23 km per hour. The figures of the first edition were modest, Organized by the Club Deportivo Barcelona, the Volta consisted of three stages with a total 363 km, the first stage between Barcelona and Tarragona were passing Sitges 97 km. The second hit Tarragona with Lleida with 111 km long and the third hit the capital of Segrià with adding Barcelona 157 km. its promoters, Michael Arteman, Masferrer Jaume Grau y Narciso, They were more than satisfied: sport began to jell in Catalan society, not only as an exclusive activity of the social elite, but as a popular phenomenon.

Catalonia lived with optimism the early twentieth century. The industrial dynamism formed a modern bourgeoisie that found in the Catalan political theories Almirall projection while discovered the sport as a differentiator class and beneficial to health, as the revolutionary seeds hygienist theories in vogue. These are the years of hatching skiing and mountaineering and the birth of a passion for technical progress and speed. In 1908 Marinetti published his Futurist Manifesto, in 1909 It opens the Real Club Nautico and 1910 a plane flies over for the first time the Catalan sky; Catalan society is moving firmly towards modernity.

The second edition of Tour

José Magdalena, who it was second in the first edition, He won the second “Time“; Juan Martin, second in the previous, He won in 1913, but with three stages and with roads, often, They made the race more like a current test BTT the road race as we understand it today. But then people filled the streets and roadsides waiting for the passage of cyclists. It's a shame that European War forced to suspend “Time” up 1920.

VOLTA DE 1936 ANTES DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA

VOLTA DE 1936 ANTES DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA

Of the Union’ a Cañardo

After a chaotic back in 1920 of hand Velocipédica Union Spanish (predecessor of the federation) and after two years of stop, creation in 1922 EU Sants, result of the merger of the entities in the neighborhood, meant recovery “Time” until today, except years 1937 and 1938 by Pelletier Civil.Joseph War, Miguel Mutius, Victor Fontan Salvador Cardona were among the winners over the years 20 and 30; but it was Mariano Cañardo, born in 1906 Olite (Navarra) but done cyclist in Barcelona's Sant Andreu, who, not yet overcome with seven wins, was made the “Time” in Catalonia in a mass phenomenon. Cañardo won editions 1928, 29, 30, 32, 35, 36 and 39, when the arrival banner did not look another slogan sponsorship “Year of Victory. Franco, Franco, Franco”. Then the race was already a prestigious test, nine stages, high-profile parties at each end of the stage and a large international representation.

La Volta de la post guerra

La Volta de la post guerra

From the pages of the newspaper La Advertising ‘ Josep M. Plans lifted up mythologize Figure Cañardo; the crowd that filled the roads it became a popular myth. At that time, cycling and boxing were also followed sports as football, and San Andrés cyclist was so beloved by fans as Josep Gironès (the crack of Grace ) o Pepe Samitier.

hard years, golden years

Post-war and World War marked a tumultuous times for “Time”. Julian Berrendero, Delio Rodriguez, Bernardo Ruiz, Emilio Rodriguez, Jesus Loroño, Miquel Poblet or Salvador Botella won in the hardest time for the race, few years that lacked all. Despite not being able to have foreign brokers, in 1945 the Union decided to celebrate in style the XXV edition of the race scheduling a “Return” two weeks, with which he could go almost the whole of Catalonia. pacified Europe, signed concordats and covenants Spain-USA and having long passed yet Mister Marshall, the years of developmentalism were also the best in the “Time”.

JACQUES ANQUETIL GANÓ LA VOLTA DE 1967

JACQUES ANQUETIL GANÓ LA VOLTA DE 1967

Jaques Anquetil won 1967, Palmares giving way to all the great myths of modern cycling: Eddy Merckx, Franco Bitossi, Luis Ocana, Felice Gimondi, Domingo Perurena, Bernard Thevenet, Fausto Bertoglio, Freddy Maertens, Francesco Mosser, Johan Van de Velde, Vicente Belda, Marino Lejarreta, Jose Recio, Sean Kelly, Robert Millar and Alvaro Pino.

LA VOLTA DE LAS BODAS DE ORO

LA VOLTA DE LAS BODAS DE ORO

Fueron los años dorados de la prueba que en 1970, He celebrated the golden jubilee, which extended its route to Alghero, Andorra or Menorca, and spectacular stages scheduled on Las Ramblas in Barcelona.

La concesión de la Cruz de San Jorge y el monumento a la “Time” en la plaza de Sants suponen el colofón institucional y popular de esta época.

Quedan en la memoria de miles de niños de aquel tiempo los días en que la clase entera abandonaba el aula para ir a aplaudir los esforzados ciclistas al paso por su pueblo. Undermined freedoms and outreach, the ” Time” se consolidó como uno de los grandes estandartes internacionales del sentimiento de catalanidad.

A modern classic

Few days before “Time” of 1987 Mariano died Cañardo. He could not see running a young man named Miguel Indurain, in that edition won by Alvaro Pino, He was ranked 22 and that, the next year, He was the winner.

la primera Volta de Miguel Indurain

la primera Volta de Miguel Indurain

The modern era of the race began with the first of three victories Navarre, the others were in 1991 and 1992, year the Barcelona Olympics gave most sporting and organizational age throughout the country.

LA VOLTA DE 1991

LA VOLTA DE 1991

Laudelino Cubino, Hernán Buenahora, Claudio Chiapucci, Laurent Jalabert, Alex Zülle, Mauricio Fondriest, Fernando Escartín, Manuel Beltran, José María Jiménez, Joseba Beloki, Roberto Heras, Alejandro Valverde and Joaquim Rodriguez They have been protagonists palmares of an era in which, not without effort, the “Time” se ha convertido en una clásica insustituible del calendario deportivo internacional al ingresar como prueba de pleno derecho en el exclusivo UCI Pro Tour, World division authentic cycling. After the 'Tour’ and the 'Giro’ la Volta a Catalunya es la competición por etapas más antigua. Para llegar hasta aquí sin alterar su objetivo de competición de gran nivel y de alta representación internacional de Cataluña en el deporte, the “Time” He abandoned their traditional dates to spend September to June, May and now in March, and adapted to new times constituting the 'Tour of Catalonia Association Sport'.

LA VOLTA DEl 40

LA VOLTA DEl 40

All to reach these dates fully and and remember with pride that distant day of Kings 1911, when 34 adventurers left the Plaza de Sarria bound for glory.

Volta de 2014

Volta de 2014

The Volta a Cataluña es la competición ciclista por etapas más antigua de Spain y la cuarta del mundo, por detrás del Tour de Francia (1903), Vuelta a Bélgica (1908) and Giro de Italia (1909), si bien anteriormente ya se disputó una Volta a Tarragona in 1908, aunque de forma aislada.

In 2005 se integró en el programa del recién creado UCI ProTour (desde el 2011 UCI WorldTour), as, en la práctica, la sitúa entre las 25 competiciones ciclistas más importantes del mundo.

La prueba fue impulsada por la Unión Velocipédica Catalana and Club Deportivo de Barcelona, aunque a partir de la quinta edición asumió la organización la Unió Esportiva Sants. La empresa RPM Racing se encarga de la organización logística y comercial de la competición desde 1992.

El ciclista más galardonado de la Volta a Cataluña es el navarro Mariano Cañardo, con siete títulos.

País Victorias
Flag of Spain.svg Spain 60
Flag of France.svg France 11
Flag of Italy.svg Italy 10
Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium 3
Bandera de Irlanda Irlanda 3
Flag of Colombia.svg Colombia 3
Flag of Switzerland (Pantone).svg Switzerland 2
Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg 1
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Países Bajos 1
Bandera del Reino Unido Reino Unido 1
Flag of Russia.svg Rusia 1
Flag of Ukraine.svg Ucrania 1
Flag of Australia.svg Australia 1

Más victorias

  • 7 Mariano Canardo ESP 1928, 1929, 1930, 1932, 1935, 1936, 1939
  • 3 Alejandro Valverde ESP 2009, 2017, 2018
  • 3 Miguel Indurain ESP 1988, 1991, 1992
  • 2 Miguel Mucio ESP 1924, 1925
  • 2 Victor Fontan FRA 1926, 1927
  • 2 Julián Berrendero ESP 1943, 1946
  • 2 Emilio Rodríguez ESP 1947, 1948
  • 2 Salvador Botella ESP 1953, 1959
  • 2 Miguel Poblet ESP 1952, 1960
  • 2 Sean Kelly IRL 1984, 1986
  • 2 Marino Lejarreta ESP 1980, 1989
  • 2 Joaquim Rodríguez ESP 2010, 2014
  • 1 Gustavo César Veloso ESP 2008
  • 1 Michele Scarponi ITA 2011
  • 1 Michael Albasini SUI 2012
  • 1 Daniel Martin IRL 2013
  • 1 Richie Porte AUS 2015
  • 1 Nairo Quintana COL 2016

Los vencedores más jóvenes

  1. 20-249 Bernardo Ruiz ESP 1945
  2. 21-216 Maurice Ville FRA 1923
  3. 22-081 Miguel Mucio ESP 1924
  4. 22-200 Bernardo Rogora ITA 1934
  5. 22-224 Mariano Canardo ESP 1928
  6. 23-073 Miguel Mucio ESP 1925
  7. 23-090 Eddy Merckx BEL 1968
  8. 23-119 Marino Lejarreta ESP 1980
  9. 23-222 Mariano Canardo ESP 1929
  10. 23-232 Enrique Martínez Heredia ESP 1976

Los vencedores más mayores

  1. 35-152 Primo Volpi ITA 1951
  2. 35-078 Victor Fontan FRA 1927
  3. 34-322 Joaquim Rodríguez ESP 2014
  4. 34-160 Julián Berrendero ESP 1946
  5. 34-072 Victor Fontan FRA 1926
  6. 33-248 Jacques Anquetil FRA 1967
  7. 33-187 Federico Ezquerra ESP 1942
  8. 32-330 Mariano Canardo ESP 1939
  9. 32-177 Miguel Poblet ESP 1960
  10. 32-117 Marino Lejarreta ESP 1989

Histórico

  • 2018 Alejandro Valverde ESP Nairo Quintana COL Pierre Latour FRA,,es,Alberto Contador ESP,,es,Marc Soler ESP,,es,Nairo Quintana COL Alberto Contador ESP Daniel Martin IRL,,es
  • 2017 Alejandro Valverde (ESP) Alberto Contador ESP
    Marc Soler ESP
  • 2016 Nairo Quintana COL Alberto Contador ESP Daniel Martin IRL
  • 2015 Richie Porte (AUS) Alejandro Valverde (ESP) Domenico Pozzovivo (SO)
  • 2014 Joaquim Rodriguez (ESP) Alberto Contador (ESP) Tejay van Garderen (USA)
  • 2013 Daniel Martin (IRL) Joaquim Rodriguez (ESP) Michele Scarponi (SO)
  • 2012 Michael Albasini (ON) Samuel Sánchez (ESP) Jurgen Van den Broeck (BEL)
  • 2011 Michele Scarponi (SO) Daniel Martin (IRL) Chris Horner (USA)
  • 2010 Joaquim Rodriguez (ESP) Xavier Tondo (ESP) Rein Taaramäe (EST)
  • 2009 Alejandro Valverde (ESP) Daniel Martin (IRL) Haimar Zubeldia (ESP)
  • 2008 Gustavo César Veloso (ESP) Rigoberto Urán (COL) Rémi Pauriol (FROM)
  • 2007 Vladimir Karpets (RUS) Michael Rogers (AUS) Denis Menchov (RUS)
  • 2006 David Cañada (ESP) Santiago Botero (COL) Christophe Moreau (FROM)
  • 2005 Yaroslav Popovych (UKR) Leonardo Piepoli (SO) David Moncoutié (FROM)
  • 2004 Miguel Ángel Martín Perdiguero (ESP) Vladimir Karpets (RUS) Roberto Laiseka (ESP)
  • 2003 José Antonio Pecharromán (ESP) Roberto Heras (ESP) Koldo Gil (ESP)
  • 2002 Roberto Heras (ESP) Aitor Garmendia (ESP) Luis Pérez Rodríguez (ESP)
  • 2001 Joseba Beloki (ESP) Igor González de Galdeano (ESP) Fernando Escartín (ESP)
  • 2000 José María Jiménez (ESP) Óscar Sevilla (ESP) Leonardo Piepoli (SO)
  • 1999 Manuel Beltran (ESP) Roberto Heras (ESP) José María Jiménez (ESP)
  • 1998 Hernán Buenahora (COL) Georg Totschnig (AUT) Fernando Escartín (ESP)
  • 1997 Fernando Escartín (ESP) Ángel Luis Casero (ESP) Mikel Zarrabeitia (ESP)
  • 1996 Alex Zülle (ON) Patrick Jonker (AUS) Marco Fincato (SO)
  • 1995 Laurent Jalabert (FROM) Melchor Mauri (ESP) Jésus Montoya Alarcon (ESP)
  • 1994 Claudio Chiappucci (SO) Fernando Escartín (ESP) Pedro Delgado (ESP)
  • 1993 Alvaro Mejia (COL) Maurizio Fondriest (SO) Antonio Martin Velasco (ESP)
  • 1992 Miguel Induráin (ESP) Toni Rominger (ON) Antonio Martin Velasco (ESP)
  • 1991 Miguel Induráin (ESP) Pedro Delgado (ESP) Alex Zülle (ON)
  • 1990 Laudelino Cubino (ESP) Marino Lejarreta (ESP) Pedro Delgado (ESP)
  • 1989 Marino Lejarreta (ESP) Pedro Delgado (ESP) Alvaro Pino (ESP)
  • 1988 Miguel Induráin (ESP) Laudelino Cubino (ESP) Marino Lejarreta (ESP)
  • 1987 Alvaro Pino (ESP) Ángel Arroyo (ESP) Iñaki Gaston (ESP)
  • 1986 Sean Kelly (IRL) Alvaro Pino (ESP) Charly Mottet (FROM)
  • 1985 Robert Millar (GBR) Sean Kelly (IRL) Julian Gorospe (ESP)
  • 1984 Sean Kelly (IRL) Pedro Muñoz (ESP) Ángel Arroyo (ESP)
  • 1983 Jose Recio (ESP) Faustino Ruperez (ESP) Julius Thalmann (ON)
  • 1982 Alberto Fernández (ESP) Pedro Muñoz (ESP) Julian Gorospe (ESP)
  • 1981 Faustino Ruperez (ESP) Serge Demierre (ON) Marino Lejarreta (ESP)
  • 1980 Marino Lejarreta (ESP) Johan van der Velde (NED) Vicente Belda (ESP)
  • 1979 Vicente Belda (ESP) Pedro Vilardebo (ESP) Christian Jourdan (FROM)
  • 1978 Francesco Moser (SO) Francisco Galdos (ESP) Pedro Torres (ESP)
  • 1977 Freddy Maertens (BEL) Johan De Muynck (BEL) Joop Zoetemelk (NED)
  • 1976 Enrique Martínez Heredia (ESP) Ronny Dewitte (BEL) Agustin Tamames (ESP)
  • 1975 Fausto Bertoglio (SO) Michel Laurent (FROM) José Santos (POR)
  • 1974 Bernard Thevenet (FROM) Andrés Oliva (ESP) Domingo Perurena (ESP)
  • 1973 Domingo Perurena (ESP) Jésus Manzaneque (ESP) Antonio Martos (ESP)
  • 1972 Felice Gimondi (SO) José Antonio González Linares (ESP) Antonio Martos (ESP)
  • 1971 Luis Ocaña (ESP) Bernard Labourdette (FROM) Domingo Perurena (ESP)
  • 1970 Franco Bitossi (SO) Francisco Galdos (ESP) Bernard Labourdette (FROM)
  • 1969 Mariano Díaz (ESP) Franco Bitossi (SO) Jésus Manzaneque (ESP)
  • 1968 Eddy Merckx (BEL) Felice Gimondi (SO) Giancarlo Ferretti (SO)
  • 1967 Jacques Anquetil (FROM) Antonio Gómez del Moral (ESP) Robert Hagmann (ON)
  • 1966 Arie den Hartog (NED) Jacques Anquetil (FROM) Paul Gutty (FROM)
  • 1965 Antonio Gómez del Moral (ESP) Carlos Echevarria (ESP) Roberto Poggiali (SO)
  • 1964 Joseph Carrara (FROM) Pasquale Fabbri (SO) José María Errandonea (ESP)
  • 1963 Joseph Novales (FROM) Angelino Soler (ESP) Antonio Suarez (ESP)
  • 1962 Antonio Karmany (ESP) Manuel Martin Pinera (ESP) Ginès Garcia (ESP)
  • 1961 Henri Duez (FROM) Jorge Nicolau (ESP) Juan Manuel Menéndez (ESP)
  • 1960 Miguel Poblet (ESP) José Pérez Frances (ESP) Emilio Cruz (ESP)
  • 1959 Salvador Botella (ESP) Fernando Manzaneque (ESP) José Berrendero Herrero (ESP)
  • 1958 Richard Van Genechten (BEL) Gabriel Mas (ESP) Aniceto Utset (ESP)
  • 1957 Jésus Loroño (ESP) Salvador Botella (ESP) René Marigil (ESP)
  • 1956 Aniceto Utset (ESP) Vicente Iturat (ESP) Francisco Masip (ESP)
  • 1955 José Gómez del Moral (ESP) Gabriel Company (ESP) Emilio Rodriguez (ESP)
  • 1954 Walter Serena (SO) Alberto Sant (ESP) Miguel Poblet (ESP)
  • 1953 Salvador Botella (ESP) Francisco Masip (ESP) José Serra (ESP)
  • 1952 Miguel Poblet (ESP) Adolfo Grosso (SO) José Serra (ESP)
  • 1951 Primo Volpi (SO) Francisco Masip (ESP) Manolo Rodríguez (ESP)
  • 1950 Antonio Gelabert (ESP) José Serra (ESP) Francisco Masip (ESP)
  • 1949 Emile Rol (FROM) Miguel Poblet (ESP) Robert Desbats (FROM)
  • 1948 Emilio Rodriguez (ESP) Giulio Bresci (SO) Ezio Cecchi (SO)
  • 1947 Emilio Rodriguez (ESP) Miguel Gual (ESP) Georges Aeschlimann (ON)
  • 1946 Julian Berrendero (ESP) Gottfried Weilenmann (ON) Bernardo Capo (ESP)
  • 1945 Bernardo Ruiz (ESP) Juan Gimeno (ESP) Robert Zimmermann (ON)
  • 1944 Miguel Casas (ESP) Dalmacio Langarica (ESP) Vicente Miro (ESP)
  • 1943 Julian Berrendero (ESP) Vicente Miro (ESP) Antonio Destrieux (ESP)
  • 1942 Federico Ezquerra (ESP) Julian Berrendero (ESP) Diego Chafer (ESP)
  • 1941 Antonio Andres Sancho (ESP) Andres Canals (ESP) José Campama (ESP)
  • 1940 Christophe Didier (LUX) Mathias Clemens (LUX) Mariano Canardo (ESP)
  • 1939 Mariano Canardo (ESP) Diego Chafer (ESP) Fermín Trueba (ESP)
  • 1938 Guerra Civil
  • 1937 Guerra Civil
  • 1936 Mariano Canardo (ESP) Frans Bonduel (BEL) Juan Gimeno (ESP)
  • 1935 Mariano Canardo (ESP) Federico Ezquerra (ESP) Jef Huts (BEL)
  • 1934 Bernardo Rogora (SO) Alphons Deloor (BEL) Nino Sella (SO)
  • 1933 Alfredo Bovet (SO) Ambrogio Morelli (SO) Antoine Dignef (BEL)
  • 1932 Mariano Canardo (ESP) Domenico Piemontesi (SO) Isidro Figueras (ESP)
  • 1931 Salvador Cardona (ESP) Mariano Canardo (ESP) Aleardo Simoni (SO)
  • 1930 Mariano Canardo (ESP) Marcel Maurel (FROM) Ricardo Montero (ESP)
  • 1929 Mariano Canardo (ESP) Jean Aerts (BEL) Arturo Bresciani (SO)
  • 1928 Mariano Canardo (ESP) Miguel Mutius (ESP) Julio Borras (ESP)
  • 1927 Victor Fontan (FROM) Mariano Canardo (ESP) Georges Cuvelier (FROM)
  • 1926 Victor Fontan (FROM) Miguel Mutius (ESP) Mariano Canardo (ESP)
  • 1925 Miguel Mutius (ESP) Jaime Janer (ESP) Teodoro Monteys (ESP)
  • 1924 Miguel Mutius (ESP) Teodoro Monteys (ESP) Vicente Otero (ESP)
  • 1923 Maurice Ville (FROM) José Pelletier (FROM) José Nat (FROM)
  • 1920 José Pelletier (FROM) José Nat (FROM) Jaime Janer (ESP)
  • 1919 suspendida
  • 1918 suspendida
  • 1917 suspendida
  • 1916 suspendida
  • 1915 suspendida
  • 1914 suspendida
  • 1913 Juan Marti (ESP) Antonio Crespo (ESP) Guillermo Anton (ESP)
  • 1912 José Magdalena (ESP) Joaquin Marti (ESP) Antonio Crespo (ESP)
  • 1911 Sebastián Masdeu (ESP) José Magdalena (ESP) Vicente Blanco (ESP)

Más victorias de etapa

  • 32 Miguel Poblet ESP 1947 (3), 1948 (2), 1949 (4), 1951 (2), 1952 (3), 1953 (2), 1954 (3), 1956 (4), 1957 (2), 1958 (1), 1959 (3), 1960 (3)
  • 22 Mariano Canardo ESP 1928 (3), 1929 (1), 1930 (4), 1931 (2), 1934 (1), 1935 (3), 1936 (3), 1939 (4), 1942 (1)
  • 14 Domingo Perurena ESP 1968 (1), 1969 (1), 1971 (2), 1972 (3), 1973 (2), 1974 (2), 1975 (3)
  • 13 Delio Rodríguez ESP 1941 (5), 1942 (3), 1943 (3), 1944 (2) 11 Miguel Gual ESP 1945 (4), 1946 (2), 1947 (3), 1948 (1), 1955 (1)
  • 11 Mario Cipollini ITA 1995 (3), 1996 (2), 1998 (4), 1999 (2) 8 Johan van der Velde NED 1980 (4), 1981 (3), 1982 (1) 8 Sean Kelly IRL 1984 (4), 1985 (1), 1986 (1), 1987 (2)
  • 8 Laurent Jalabert FRA 1992 (3), 1993 (2), 1994 (1), 1995 (2)
  • 7 Vicente Carretero ESP 1942 (1), 1945 (6)
  • 7 Julián Berrendero ESP 1942 (3), 1943 (2), 1944 (1), 1946 (1)
  • 7 Maurizio Fondriest ITA 1987 (1), 1991 (2), 1992 (1), 1993 (2), 1995 (1)
  • 6 Salvador Cardona ESP 1931 (3), 1932 (1), 1935 (2)
  • 6 Antonio Karmany ESP 1959 (2), 1960 (1), 1961 (1), 1962 (1), 1963 (1)
  • 6 Antonio Gómez del Moral 1960 (2), 1964 (1), 1965 (2), 1967 (1)
  • 6 Thor Hushovd NOR 2005 (1), 2006 (1), 2008 (2), 2009 (2) + a.o.
  • 4 Alejandro Valverde ESP 2009 (1), 2015 (3)
  • 3 Mark Cavendish GBR 2007 (2), 2010 (1)
  • 3 Samuel Dumoulin FRA 2010 (1), 2011 (2)
  • 3 Luka Mezgec SLO 2014 (3)
  • 2 Samuel Sánchez ESP 2007 (1), 2012 (1) 2 Julien Simon FRA 2012 (2)
  • 2 Michael Albasini SUI 2012 (2) 2 Daniel Martin IRL 2013 (1), 2016 (1)
  • 2 Thomas De Gendt BEL 2013 (1), 2016 (1)
  • 2 Tejay van Garderen USA 2014 (1), 2015 (1)
  • 2 Nacer Bouhanni FRA 2016 (2)

Más etapas ganadas por paises

  • 420 Spain 192 Brokers: 1911 Sebastian Masdeu – 2015 Alejandro Valverde
  • 113 Italy 73 Brokers 1926 Secondo Martinetto – 2017 Davide Cimolai
  • 92 Belgium 54 Brokers 1929 Jean Aerts- 2016 Thomas De Gendt
  • 67 France 38 Brokers 1920 José Pelletier – 2016 Nacer Bouhanni
  • 37 Holanda 20 Brokers 1940 Huub Sijen – 2016 Wout Poels
  • 22 Switzerland 12 corrdores 1945 Robert Zimmermann – 2012 Michael Albasini
  • 11 Gran Bretaña 5 Brokers 1970 Michaël Wright – 2010 Mark Cavendish
  • 10 Alemania 5 Brokers 1993 Marcel Wüst – 2010 Jens Voigt
  • 10 Portugal 6 Brokers 1942 Joao Lourenço – 2011 Manuel Cardoso

Ganador de etapa más jóven

  • 19-173 Miguel Poblet ESP 1947 etapa 1b
  • 20-013 Ramon Seco ESP 1961 etapa 6b
  • 20-146 Gabriel Saura ESP 1948 Stetapa 3

Ganador de etapa más mayor

  • 38-189 Jens Voigt GER 2010 etapa 4
  • 37-078 Alessandro Petacchi ITA 2011 Etapa 2
  • 36-212 Mariano Canardo ESP 1942 Etapa 2

Fuentes: Gracenote Sports, Volta a Catalunya y Wikipedia

Eduardo Chozas