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Volta ao Alentejo

The Volta ao Alentejo (Portuguese; English: Tour of Alentejo) is a road bicycle racing stage race held annually in the Alentejo, Portugal. Since 2005, it has been organised as a 2.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

Volta ao Alentejo
DateEarly spring
RegionAlentejo, Portugal
English nameTour of Alentejo
Local name(s)Volta ao Alentejo (in Portuguese)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
Web sitewww.voltaaoalentejo.com Edit this at Wikidata
First edition1983 (1983)
Editions37 (as of 2019)
First winner Paulo Ferreira (POR)
Most wins Carlos Barbero (ESP)
(2 wins)
Most recent João Rodrigues (POR)

WinnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1983   Portugal Paulo Ferreira Lousa-Trinaranjus
1984   Portugal Marco Chagas Sporting Lisboa-Raposeira
1985   Portugal Adelino Teixeira Lousa-Trinaranjus
1986   Portugal Manuel Zeferino Lousa-Trinaranjus
1987   Portugal Joaquim Salgado Garcia Joalheiro-LDA
1988   Portugal Joaquim Gomes Louletano-Val de Lobo
1989   Portugal Fernando Carvalho Louletano-Val de Lobo
1990   Spain José Recio Seur
1991   Spain Jesus Blanco Villar Lotus-Festina
1992   Portugal António Pinto Recer-Boavista
1993   Portugal Jorge Silva Sicasal-Acral
1994   Portugal Carlos Carneiro Sicasal-Acral
1995   Russia Asiat Saitov Artiach
1996   Spain Miguel Indurain Banesto
1997   Spain Aitor Garmendia O.N.C.E.
1998   Spain Melchor Mauri O.N.C.E.
1999   Spain Jose Luis Rubiera Kelme-Costa Blanca
2000   Denmark Claus Møller Maia-MSS
2001   Hungary László Bodrogi Mapei-Quick Step
2002   Portugal Joaquim Andrade Cantanhede-Marques de Marialva
2003   Russia Andrei Zintchenko LA-Pecol
2004   Bulgaria Danail Petrov Carvalhelhos-Boavista
2005   Spain Xavier Tondo Catalunya-Angel Mir
2006   Portugal Sergio Ribeiro Barbot-Halcon
2007   Spain Manuel Vázquez Andalucía–Cajasur
2008   Spain Hector Guerra Liberty Seguros
2009   France Maxime Bouet Agritubel
2010   Spain David Blanco Palmeiras Resort-Prio
2011   Lithuania Evaldas Šiškevičius La Pomme Marseille
2012   Russia Alexey Kunshin Lokosphinx
2013   Belgium Jasper Stuyven Bontrager Cycling Team
2014   Spain Carlos Barbero Euskadi
2015   Poland Pawel Bernas ActiveJet
2016   Spain Enric Mas Klein Constantia
2017   Spain Carlos Barbero Movistar Team
2018   Portugal Luís Mendonça Aviludo–Louletano
2019   Portugal João Rodrigues W52–FC Porto

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