Doble Bragado

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The Clásica del Oeste-Doble Bragado is a road cycling race held in Argentina. The race exists as a men's competition over seven stages.

Doble Bragado
Race details
DateJanuary-February
RegionBuenos Aires Province, Argentina
DisciplineRoad
History
First edition1922 (1922)
Editions84 (as of 2019)
First winner Eugenio Gret (ARG)
Most wins Cosme Saavedra (ARG) (6 wins)
Most recent Aníbal Borrajo (ARG)

Past winnersEdit

Year Winner
1922   Eugenio Gret
1923   Eugenio Gret
1924   Cosme Saavedra
1925   Cosme Saavedra
1927   Cosme Saavedra
1928   Cosme Saavedra
1929   Cosme Saavedra
1930   Cosme Saavedra
1931   Francisco Rodríguez
1932   Remigio Saavedra
1933   Mario Stefani
1934   Remigio Saavedra
1935   Mario Mathieu
1936   Mario Mathieu
1937   José Gonzalez
1938   Mario Mathieu
1939   Mario Mathieu
1940   Mario Mathieu
1942   Mario Mathieu
1947   Oscar Giacche
1948   Miguel Sevillano
1949   Caferino Perone
1950   Oscar Muleiro
1951   Saúl Crispin
1952   Dante Benvenuti
1953   Alfredo Figgini
1954   Humberto Varisco
1956   Rodolfo Caccavo
1957   Carlos Vasquez
1958   Ricardo Senn
1959   Duilio Biganzoli
1960   Carlos Vazquez
1961   Marcos Spaggiari
1964   Carlos Alvarez Seidanes
1965   Carlos Alvarez Seidanes
1966   Eduardo Sanchez
1967   Héctor Gomez
1968   Saul Alcantara
1969   Raul Gomez
1970   Rodolfo Tadeo
1971   Raul Gomez
1972   Ismael Torres
1973   Osvaldo Benvenutti
1974   Ricardo Jurado
1975   Oswaldo Frossasco
1980   Ricardo Jurado
1981   Omar Richeze
1982   Juan Ruarte
1983 not held
1984   Luis Moyano
1985   Carlos Bodei
1986   Armando Robledo
1987   Alejandro Carrusca
1988   Marcello Alexandre
1989   Jorge Sebastia
1990   Adrian Garcia
1991   Marcello Alexandre
1992   Luis Biera
1993   Pablo Pérez
1994   Ruben Priede
1995   Rubén Pegorin
1996   Gustavo Artacho
1997   Juan Curuchet
1998   Juan Curuchet
1999   Walter Pérez
2000   Juan Curuchet
2001   Edgardo Simon
2002   Ángel Colla
2003   Juan Curuchet
2004   Alejandro González
2005   Pedro Prieto
2006   Matías Médici
2007   Ángel Colla
2008   Gerardo Fernández
2009   Daniel Díaz
2010   Román Mastrangelo
2011   Leandro Messineo
2012   Laureano Rosas
2013   Fernando Antogna
2014   Laureano Rosas
2015   Juan Melivilo
2016   Laureano Rosas
2017   Román Mastrángelo
2018   Fernando Antogna
2019   Aníbal Borrajo

ReferencesEdit