1999 Vuelta a España

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The 1999 Vuelta a España was the 54th Vuelta a España, taking place from 4 September starting in Murcia and finishing in Madrid on 26 September 1999. It consisted of 21 stages over 3,576 km (2,222 mi), ridden at an average speed of 39.449 km/h (24.512 mph). The favourites were Laurent Jalabert, Alex Zülle, Jan Ullrich and defending champion Abraham Olano. In the end, Ullrich won the race.[1]

1999 Vuelta a España
Race details
Dates4 - 26 September
Stages22
Distance3,576 km (2,222 mi)
Winning time89h 52' 03"
Results
Winner  Jan Ullrich (GER) (Team Telekom)
  Second  Igor González de Galdeano (ESP) (Vitalicio Seguros)
  Third  Roberto Heras (ESP) (Kelme–Costa Blanca)

Points  Frank Vandenbroucke (BEL) (Cofidis)
Mountains  José María Jiménez (ESP) (Banesto)
  Sprints  Robert Hunter (RSA) (Lampre–Daikin)
  Team Banesto
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Teams and ridersEdit

RouteEdit

List of stages[2][3]
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
P 4 September Murcia – Murcia 6.1 km (4 mi)   Individual time trial   Igor González de Galdeano (ESP)
1 5 September MurciaBenidorm 179 km (111 mi)   Robbie Hunter (RSA)
2 6 September AlicanteAlbacete 206 km (128 mi)   Marcel Wüst (GER)
3 7 September La RodaFuenlabrada 229.5 km (143 mi)   Marcel Wüst (GER)
4 8 September Las RozasSalamanca 185.6 km (115 mi)   Marcel Wüst (GER)
5 9 September BéjarCiudad Rodrigo 160 km (99 mi)   Jan Ullrich (GER)
6 10 September Salamanca – Salamanca 46.4 km (29 mi)   Individual time trial   Abraham Olano (ESP)
7 11 September SalamancaLeón 217 km (135 mi)   Marcel Wüst (GER)
8 12 September LeónAlto de l'Angliru 175.6 km (109 mi)   José María Jiménez (ESP)
9 13 September GijónLos Corrales de Buelna 185.8 km (115 mi)   Laurent Brochard (FRA)
14 September Rest day
10 15 September Zaragoza – Zaragoza 183.2 km (114 mi)   Serguei Outschakov (UKR)
11 16 September HuescaVal d'Aran/Pla de Beret [es] 201 km (125 mi)   Daniele Nardello (ITA)
12 17 September SortArcalis (Andorra) 147.4 km (92 mi)   Igor González Galdeano (ESP)
13 18 September Andorra la Vella (Andorra) – Castellar del Riu (Rasos de Peguera) 149 km (93 mi)   Alex Zülle (SUI)
14 19 September Barcelona – Barcelona 94.4 km (59 mi)   Fabio Roscioli (ITA)
15 20 September La SéniaValencia 193.4 km (120 mi)   Viatcheslav Ekimov (RUS)
16 21 September ValenciaTeruel 200.4 km (125 mi)   Frank Vandenbroucke (BEL)
17 22 September BronchalesGuadalajara 225 km (140 mi)   Cristian Moreni (ITA)
18 23 September GuadalajaraAlto de Abantos [es] 166.3 km (103 mi)   Roberto Laiseka (ESP)
19 24 September San Lorenzo de El EscorialÁvila 184.6 km (115 mi)   Frank Vandenbroucke (BEL)
20 25 September El TiembloÁvila 46.5 km (29 mi)   Individual time trial   Jan Ullrich (GER)
21 26 September Madrid – Madrid 163 km (101 mi)   Jeroen Blijlevens (NED)
Total 3,576 km (2,222 mi)

Jersey progressEdit

Stage Winner General classification
Points Classification
Mountains Classification
Intermediate Sprint Classification
Team Classification
Prol. (ITT) Igor González de Galdeano Igor González de Galdeano N/A N/A N/A N/A
1 Robert Hunter Jacky Durand Robert Hunter Serguei Outschakov Robert Hunter ONCE–Deutsche Bank
2 Marcel Wüst Pascal Hervé César García
3 Marcel Wüst Marcel Wüst Marcel Wüst German Nieto
4 Marcel Wüst
5 Jan Ullrich Abraham Olano Laurent Brochard
6 (ITT) Abraham Olano
7 Marcel Wüst
8 Jose Maria Jimenez Jose Maria Jimenez Vitalicio Seguros
9 Laurent Brochard Laurent Brochard Robert Hunter
10 Serguei Outschakov
11 Daniele Nardello
12 Igor González de Galdeano Jan Ullrich Jose Maria Jimenez
13 Alex Zülle
14 Fabio Roscioli
15 Viatcheslav Ekimov
16 Frank Vandenbroucke
17 Cristian Moreni Robert Hunter
18 Roberto Laiseka Igor González de Galdeano Banesto
19 Frank Vandenbroucke
20 (ITT) Jan Ullrich
21 Jeroen Blijlevens Frank Vandenbroucke
Stage Winner Jan Ullrich Frank Vandenbroucke Jose Maria Jimenez Robert Hunter Banesto

ResultsEdit

Final General ClassificationEdit

Rank Rider Team Time
1   Jan Ullrich Team Telekom 89.52.03
2   Igor González de Galdeano Vitalicio Seguros 4.15
3   Roberto Heras Kelme–Costa Blanca 5.57
4   Pavel Tonkov Mapei–Quick-Step 7.53
5   José Maria Jiménez Banesto 9.24
6   José Luis Rubiera Kelme–Costa Blanca 10.13
7   Manuel Beltrán Banesto 11.20
8   Leonardo Piepoli Banesto 13.13
9   Ivan Parra Vitalicio Seguros 16.20
10   Santiago Blanco Vitalicio Seguros 18.15
11   Mikel Zarrabeitia Uranga ONCE-Deutsche Bank 22.06
12   Frank Vandenbroucke Cofidis 23.39
13   José Uria Gonzalez Kelme–Costa Blanca 27.28
14   Iñigo Chaurreau Euskaltel–Euskadi 29.42
15   Aitor Osa Banesto 31.06
16   Txema Del Olmo Zendegi Euskaltel–Euskadi 31.49
17   Felix Garcia Casas Festina–Lotus 36.34
18   Roberto Laiseka Euskaltel–Euskadi 40.14
19   Chann McRae Mapei–Quick-Step 44.29
20   Niki Aebersold Rabobank 59.04
21   Michel Lafis TVM-Farm Frites 59.43
22   Massimo Codol Lampre-Daikin 1.02.49
23   Daniele Nardello Mapei–Quick-Step 1.02.58
24   Andrei Zintchenko Vitalicio Seguros 1.04.08
25   Gianni Faresin Mapei–Quick-Step 1.06.26
26   Melchor Mauri Sport Lisboa Benfica 1.06.33
27   Jon Odriozola Banesto 1.11.15
28   Juan Carlos Vicario Barberá [ca] Fuenlabrada 1.11.25
29   Andrea Tafi Mapei–Quick-Step 1.14.08
30   Markus Zberg Rabobank 1.14.14
31   Kurt van de Wouwer Lotto–Mobistar 1.14.20
32   Paolo Bettini Mapei–Quick-Step 1.15.09
33   Grischa Niermann Rabobank 1.15.10
34   Marcos A. Serrano Rodríguez ONCE-Deutsche Bank 1.20.53
35   Jörg Jaksche Team Telekom 1.23.29
36   Nicola Miceli Liquigas 1.25.36
37   Alex Zülle Banesto 1.30.18
38   Rolf Aldag Team Telekom 1.31.03
39   David Garcia Marquina Vitalicio Seguros 1.31.32
40   Oscar Lopez Uriarte Sport Lisboa Benfica 1.33.16
41   Andrea Noè Mapei–Quick-Step 1.34.26
42   Joona Laukka Sport Lisboa Benfica 1.37.38
43   Laurent Brochard Lotus-Festina 1.38.39
44   Pedro Diaz Lobato Fuenlabrada 1.44.53
45   Íñigo Cuesta ONCE-Deutsche Bank 1.46.24
46   Alexandre Shefer Riso Scotti-Vinavil 1.46.41
47   Toni Tauler Kelme–Costa Blanca 1.47.32
48   Oscar Camenzind Lampre-Daikin 1.48.39
49   Massimiliano Lelli Cofidis 1.50.55
50   Andrei Teteriouk Liquigas 1.51.40
51   Stefano Cattai Team Polti 1.57.24
52   Ramon Gonzalez Arrieta Euskaltel–Euskadi 1.58.12
53   José Vincente Garcia Banesto 2.00.15
54   Cristian Moreni Liquigas 2.01.29
55   Viatcheslav Ekimov Costa Almería–Amica Chips 2.02.26
56   Álvaro González de Galdeano Vitalicio Seguros 2.06.02
57   Rafael Diaz Justo ONCE-Deutsche Bank 2.08.22
58   Mariano Piccoli Lampre-Daikin 2.08.57
59   Ángel Castresana Euskaltel–Euskadi 2.12.15
60   Eddy Mazzoleni Saeco Macchine per Caffè–Cannondale 2.14.27
61   Miguel Ángel Martín Perdiguero ONCE-Deutsche Bank 2.24.52
62   Andreas Klöden Team Telekom 2.29.06
63   Jan Boven Rabobank 2.31.31
64   Serguei Smetanine Vitalicio Seguros 2.36.30
65   José Ramón Uriarte Festina–Lotus 2.36.46
66   César Solaun Banesto 2.37.14
67   Luis Pérez (cyclist) ONCE-Deutsche Bank 2.37.22
68   Salvatore Commesso Saeco Macchine per Caffè–Cannondale 2.38.36
69   Bram de Groot Rabobank 2.39.10
70   Quintino Fernandez Rodrigues Sport Lisboa Benfica 2.41.39
71   Alberto Lopez de Munain Euskaltel–Euskadi 2.49.12
72   Robert Hunter Lampre-Daikin 2.50.05
73   Oscar Pozzi Riso Scotti-Vinavil 2.51.02
74   Andreas Klier TVM-Farm Frites 2.52.38
75   Iker Flores Galarza Euskaltel–Euskadi 2.53.23
76   Paul Van Hyfte Lotto–Mobistar 2.53.55
77   Jaime Hernández Festina–Lotus 2.55.50
78   Fabio Roscioli Costa Almería–Amica Chips 2.56.21
79   Eleuterio Anguita Fuenlabrada 2.57.00
80   Pascal Hervé Festina–Lotus 2.59.45
81   Francisco Cabello Luque Kelme–Costa Blanca 3.02.06
82   Aart Vierhouten Rabobank 3.02.30
83   Geert Van Bondt TVM-Farm Frites 3.03.33
84   Stefano Verziagi Fuenlabrada 3.04.48
85   Giovanni Lombardi Team Telekom 3.05.26
86   Rossano Brasi Team Polti 3.08.49
87   Ralf Grabsch Team Telekom 3.09.35
88   Frankie Andreu U.S. Postal Service 3.12.04
89   Arnoldas Saprykinas Riso Scotti-Vinavil 3.12.14
90   Danilo Hondo Team Telekom 3.12.33
91   Glenn Magnusson U.S. Postal Service 3.13.59
92   Matías Cagigas Amedo Fuenlabrada 3.16.28
93   Giuseppe Palumbo Riso Scotti-Vinavil 3.18.21
94   Servais Knaven TVM-Farm Frites 3.20.34
95   Ángel Edo Kelme–Costa Blanca 3.21.16
96   Andrés Bermejo Siller Fuenlabrada 3.21.18
97   Frank Høj U.S. Postal Service 3.22.28
98   Unai Etxebarria Euskaltel–Euskadi 3.22.29
99   Remco van der Ven TVM-Farm Frites 3.23.26
100   Mario Traversoni Saeco Macchine per Caffè–Cannondale 3.23.42
101   José Antonio Garrido Sport Lisboa Benfica 3.24.31
102   Dirk Baldinger Team Telekom 3.24.33
103   Giancarlo Raimondi Liquigas 3.26.34
104   Nieto Fernandez Fuenlabrada 3.29.31
105   Carlos Golbano [ca] Costa Almería–Amica Chips 3.32.38
106   Koen Beeckman Lotto–Mobistar 3.38.27
107   Cristian Salvato Team Polti 3.40.00
108   Stefano Casagranda Costa Almería–Amica Chips 3.43.54
109   Alessandro Pozzi Costa Almería–Amica Chips 3.44.40
110   César Pérez Padrón Fuenlabrada 3.45.32
111   Marco Gili Costa Almería–Amica Chips 3.49.00
112   Julian Dean U.S. Postal Service 3.53.13
113   Daniel Bayes Sport Lisboa Benfica 3.56.28
114   Jeroen Blijlevens TVM-Farm Frites 4.06.40
115   Igor Pugaci Saeco Macchine per Caffè–Cannondale 4.14.44

KOM ClassificationEdit

Cyclist Team Points
1   José Maria Jiménez BAN 133
2   Frank Vandenbroucke Cofidis 90
3   Roberto Heras Kelme–Costa Blanca 89

Points ClassificationEdit

Cyclist Team Points
1   Frank Vandenbroucke Cofidis 129
2   Robert Hunter LAM 123
3   Igor Gonzalez Galdeano Vitalicio Seguros 122

Team classificationEdit

Team Country Time
1 Banesto   Spain 269.08.49
2 Kelme–Costa Blanca   Spain 15.04
3 Vitalicio Seguros   Spain 23.45

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://hemeroteca-paginas.mundodeportivo.com/EMD03/HEM/1999/09/27/MD19990927-047.pdf
  2. ^ "1999 » 54th Vuelta a Espana". Procyclingstats. Retrieved 25 July 2018.
  3. ^ "54ème Vuelta a España 1999". Memoire du cyclisme (in French). Archived from the original on 25 October 2004.