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Tineo to Santuario del Acebo. Aranda de Duero to Guadalajara. Colmenar Viejo to Becerril de la Sierra. Fuenlabrada to Madrid.
Nicolas Roche. Nairo Quintana. Team Sunweb. Sam Bennett. David de la Cruz. Geoffrey Bouchard. Alex Aranburu. Philippe Gilbert.
Diego Rubio. Sergio Samitier. Sergio Higuita. Tao Geoghegan Hart. Denotes the winner of the general classification.
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In , the Vuelta resumed competition with an almost entirely Spanish peloton and very little foreign representation. That year the first time trial was held in the Vuelta.
Julian Berrendero was proclaimed the winner, and he recaptured the title the next year. In addition, Berrendero was King of the Mountains for three consecutive years.
In , the Journal took over organization of the race and competition resumed, although again with few foreign competitors in the peloton.
On this occasion, Delio Rodriguez took the final victory. That year also introduced the points classification, but this was not stable until Four editions were run until At this time, the Vuelta was run routinely in April and May, while previously it was held variably between April and August.
Another difference was the number of participants. Previously, there were very few, but the number doubled, with more internationally recognized competitors.
The prestige of the Vuelta increased, with more stars from the international cycling scene. During the late s came the first successes in the overall standings of Italian and French riders.
In the s, they would also be joined by German and Dutch riders. In , Jacques Anquetil won the general classification, establishing himself as the first rider to win all three Grand Tours.
Five years later, in , Felice Gimondi would do the same. Antonio Karmany dominated the mountain classification for three consecutive years, then was replaced by Julio Jimenez, who won it for another three years.
In , Rik Van Looy became the first rider to repeat victory in the points classification. Jan Janssen in and Domingo Perurena would do the same, winning this classification twice.
However, during that time all editions ended normally. In , the Vuelta was hit by a terrorist attack and other events, having to cancel the 15th stage.
There were no fatalities. A few years later, Bernard Hinault repeated the feat, which was also achieved by Pedro Delgado during the s.
In , Eddy Merckx managed to win the Vuelta and he did so with a landslide, winning six stages and all individual classifications with the exception of the mountains competition: he finished second.
Freddy Maertens in echoed a similar domination to that demonstrated by Merckx a few years earlier, by winning thirteen stages and all individual classifications except the mountain.
In the mids, Andres Oliva managed to earn the King of the Mountains title in three editions of the Vuelta. Frenchman Bernard Hinault emerged in as an international cycling star.
The same year, Hinault won his first Tour de France. The last stage of that edition also had to be suspended because of riots and barricades that prevented the normal course of it.
However, the company Unipublic took charge of the competition. This, coupled with increased advertising and the beginning of the broadcasts via television, further grew revenue and interest in the Vuelta.
In came the first case of disqualification of the winner for doping. Arroyo appealed for a B test of his sample, which again tested positive. Arroyo was given a ten-minute penalty, and ultimately ended up placing thirteenth in the general classification.
In it played the issue in a race that ended with the smallest difference between the first and second place.
The end of the 80s was marked by the rise of Colombian cycling, which presented a strong challenge particularly in the mountain stages. Gustaaf Deloor.
Antoine Dignef. Alfons Deloor. Antonio Bertola. Diego Chafer. Juan Gimeno. Dalmacio Langarica. Jan Lambrichs.
Edward Van Dijck. Manuel Costa. Bernardo Ruiz. Jean Dotto. Angelo Conterno. Raymond Impanis. Federico Bahamontes. Jean Stablinski. Pasquale Fornara.
Fernando Manzaneque. Rik Van Looy. Frans De Mulder. Armand Desmet. Miguel Pacheco. Angelino Soler. Rudi Altig. Seamus Elliott. Jacques Anquetil.
Raymond Poulidor. Rolf Wolfshohl. Francisco Gabica. Jan Janssen. Jean-Pierre Ducasse. Felice Gimondi.