Luis Pérez Rodríguez

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Luis Pérez Rodríguez (born 16 June 1974 in Torrelaguna, Spain) is retired road racing cyclist. He competed professionally between 1995 and 2007,[1] and last rode for the Andalucía-CajaSur team.

Luis Pérez
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Pérez at the 2007 Clásica de Alcobendas
Personal information
Full nameLuis Pérez Rodríguez
Born (1974-06-16) 16 June 1974 (age 47)
Torrelaguna, Spain
Team information
DisciplineRoad
RoleRider
Professional teams
1995–1999ONCE-Eroski
2000Vitalicio Seguros
2001Festina
2002–2003Team Coast
2003–2006Cofidis
2007Andalucía-CajaSur
Major wins
Vuelta a España, 2 stages

During his career, Pérez scored two stage wins in Grand Tour events, both in the Vuelta a España. During his last season with Andalucía-CajaSur, he scored a 1st Overall in the Clásica Internacional de Alcobendas, a three-day stage race. In November 2007, before retiring from Andalucía-CajaSur, Pérez won the first annual Criterium Ciudad de Jaén race, an unofficial two-day competition held during the off-season of the UCI World Tour circuit.[2]

Major resultsEdit

1994
8th, Overall, Vuelta a España
2001
10th, Overall, Vuelta Ciclista de Chile
2003
10th, Overall, Vuelta a España
1st, Stage 2
2004
9th, Overall, Vuelta a España
2006
10th, Overall, Vuelta a España
2007
1st, Overall, Clásica Internacional de Alcobendas
1st, Stage 1
1st, Stage 18, Vuelta a España

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.as.com/ciclismo/articulo/luis-perez-gana-menchov-aguanta/daspor/20070920dasdascic_2/Tes
  2. ^ "Pablo Lastras se adjudica el Criterio Ciudad de Jaén: El ciclista Madrileño tomó el relevo de Luis Pérez" [Pablo Lastras wins the City of Jaén Criterion: The Madrid Cyclist Took Over from Luis Pérez]. Marca (in Spanish). 2008-11-30. Retrieved 2020-08-04.

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