Subida al Naranco

Subida al Naranco is a professional cycle road race held in Spain in early June each year. The event was first run in 1941 but was not held consistently until 1981. Between 2005 and 2010, the race has been organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour. Since 2011, the race has been held as part of the Vuelta a Asturias stage race. The race ends in a climb of Monte Naranco near Oviedo

Subida al Naranco
Race details
DateEarly-May
RegionAsturias, Spain
English nameAscent to Naranco
Local name(s)Subida al Naranco (in Spanish)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
Web sitewww.lavueltaasturias.com Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1941 (1941)
Editions47 (as of 2013)
First winner Ulpiano Menéndez (ESP)
Most wins Fermín Trueba (ESP) (3 wins)
Most recent Igor Antón (ESP)

WinnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1941   Spain Ulpiano Menéndez
1942   Spain Fermín Trueba individual
1943   Spain Delio Rodríguez individual
1944   Spain Dalmacio Langarica Gallastegui
1945   Spain Fermín Trueba individual
1946   Spain Fermín Trueba individual
1947   Spain Jesús Loroño individual
1948–
1959
No race
1960   Spain Antonio Karmany KAS-Boxing
1961   Spain Antonio Barrutia Catigene
1962   Spain Raúl Rey Licor 43
1963   Spain Antonio Karmany Ferrys
1964   Spain Federico Bahamontes Margnat-Paloma
1965   Spain Joaquín Galera KAS-Kaskol
1966   Spain Domingo Perurena Fagor
1967–
1980
No race
1981   Spain Marino Lejarreta Teka
1982   Spain Álvaro Pino Zor-Helios
1983   Spain Vicente Belda Kelme
1984   Spain Vicente Belda Kelme
1985   Colombia Alirio Chizabas Kelme
1986   Spain Marino Lejarreta Seat-Orbea
1987   West Germany Peter Hilse Teka
1988   Spain Marino Alonso Teka
1989   West Germany Peter Hilse Teka
1990   Spain Laudelino Cubino B.H.-Amaya Seguros
1991   Spain Juan Carlos Romero Amaya Seguros
1992    Switzerland Tony Rominger CLAS-Cajastur
1993   Spain Jesús Montoya Amaya Seguros
1994   Spain José Manuel Uría Castellblanch
1995   Spain Abraham Olano Mapei-GB
1996   Spain Francisco Javier Mauleón Mapei-GB
1997   Spain Roberto Heras Kelme-Costa Blanca
1998   Spain José Luis Rubiera Kelme-Costa Blanca
1999   Spain Santiago Blanco Vitalicio Seguros-Grupo Generali
2000   Spain José Luis Rubiera Kelme-Costa Blanca
2001   Denmark Claus Möller Milaneza-MSS
2002   Spain Gonzalo Bayarri Jazztel-Costa de Almeria
2003   Italy Leonardo Piepoli iBanesto.com
2004   Spain Iban Mayo Euskaltel–Euskadi
2005   Italy Rinaldo Nocentini Acqua e Sapone-Adria Mobil
2006   Italy Fortunato Baliani Panaria-Navigare
2007   Spain Koldo Gil Saunier Duval-Prodir
2008   Spain Xavier Tondo LA-MSS
2009   France Romain Sicard Orbea
2010   Spain Santiago Pérez Centro Ciclismo de Loulé-Louletano
2011   Spain Constantino Zaballa Miche–Guerciotti
2012   France Rémy Di Gregorio Cofidis
2013   Spain Javier Moreno Movistar Team
2015   Spain Igor Antón Movistar Team

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