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Volta a Lleida

Volta a Lleida
Race details
Date Early June
Region Lleida, Spain
English name Tour of Lleida
Local name(s) Volta a Lleida (Catalan)
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Europe Tour (2005–2008)
Type Stage race
Organiser Penya Cliclista Colomina
First edition 1942 (1942)
Editions 56
Final edition 2008
First winner  Baltasar Tarrós (ESP)
Most wins
  • 2 wins:
  •  Baltasar Tarrós (ESP)
  •  Joan Calucho (ESP)
Final winner  Lars Boom (NED)

The Volta a Lleida was a road cycling stage race held in the Lleida region of Spain. It was a 2.2 category race on the UCI Europe Tour between 2005 and 2008.

List of overall winners

Volta a Lleida winners
Volta Year Nat Winner Nat Second Nat Third
2009 to 2012: suspended
56 2008 Netherlands Lars Boom Colombia Carlos Andrés Ibáñez Netherlands Wout Poels
55 2007 Belgium Francis De Greef Belgium Klaas Sys Italy Alessandro Bisolti
54 2006 Russia Mikhail Ignatiev Spain Manuel Jiménez Russia Pavel Brutt
53 2005 Belarus Branislau Samoilau Russia Pavel Brutt Spain Vicente Peiró
52 2004 Spain Antonio Arenas Belarus Siutsou Kanstanstin Spain Fernando Serrano
51 2003 Spain Xavier Reyes Finland Jukka Vastaranta Spain Iban Latasa
50 2002 Spain Jesús Ramírez Spain Santiago Segú Spain Tomás Lloret
49 2001 Ukraine Alexander Rotar Spain Héctor Toledo Ukraine Volodymyr Savchenko
48 2000 Spain Miquel Alandete Spain Roger Lucía Russia Vladimir Karpets
47 1999 Netherlands Thorwald Veneberg Spain Frederic Ivars Spain Ricardo Ochoa
46 1998 Spain José Urea Spain Frederic Ivars Belgium Manu L'Hoir
45 1997 Russia Denis Menchov Spain Marc Prat Belgium Stive Vermaut
44 1996 France Thierry Elissalde
43 1995 Spain Eligio Requejo Spain Jacob Viladoms Spain Javier Otxoa
42 1994 Manuel Beltrán Spain
41 1993 Sergey Suleimanov Russia
40 1992 Sergey Savinotchkin Ukraine
39 1991 Alberto Ortiga Spain
38 1990 Fedor Gelin Germany
37 1989 Vicente Aparicio Spain
36 1988 Dimitri Jdanov Soviet Union
35 1987 José Pedrero Spain
34 1986 José Luis Ruiz Spain
33 1985 Emili García Spain
32 1984 José Luis Alonso Spain
31 1983 José Luis Navarro Spain
30 1982 Miguel Ángel Iglesias Spain
29 1981 Alex Debremaecker Belgium
28 1980 Jaume Vilamajó Spain
27 1979 Antoni Coll Spain
26 1978 Francesc Sala Spain
25 1977 Pedro Larrinaga Spain
24 1976 José Luis Mayoz Spain
23 1975 Fernando Cabrero Spain
22 1974 Jesús Líndez Spain
21 1973 Ramón Medina Spain
20 1972 Joan Pujol Spain
19 1971 Javier Mínguez Spain
18 1970 Josep Pesarrodona Spain
17 1969 Spain Antonio Martos Spain Manuel Blanco Spain Andrés Oliva
16 1968 R. Iglesias Spain
15 1967 Spain Joaquín Pérez Spain José Angueira Spain Fermín Andrés
14 1966 Eugenio Lizarde Spain
13 1965 Lluís Mayoral Spain
12 1964 Sebastià Segú Spain
1960 to 1963: suspended
11 1959 Angelino Soler Spain
10 1958 Domingo Ferrer Spain
9 1957 Andreu Carulla Spain
8 1956 Lluís Gras Spain
7 1955 J. Casals Spain
1949 to 1954: suspended
6 1948 Joan Calucho (2) Spain
1947: suspended
5 1946 Emilio Mediano Spain
4 1945 Joan Calucho Spain
3 1944 Ramon Massana Spain
2 1943 Baltasar Tarrós (2) Spain
1 1942 Baltasar Tarrós Spain


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