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Volta a Portugal em Bicicleta 2013

Date range:
August 7-18, 2013
  • Volta a Portugal em Bicicleta, Portugal, 2.1
  • Stages. Expand the race menu
    • Prologue

      Distance:
      5km
      Location
      Lisboa
    • Stage 1

      Distance:
      203.3km
      Start location:
      Bombarral
      End location:
      Aveiro
    • Stage 2

      Distance:
      187.9km
      Start location:
      Oliveira de Azeméis
      End location:
      Viana do Castelo
    • Stage 3

      Distance:
      164.4km
      Start location:
      Trofa
      End location:
      Fafe
    • Stage 4

      Distance:
      181.4km
      Start location:
      Arouca
      End location:
      Mondim de Basto
    • Stage 5

      Distance:
      177.3km
      Start location:
      Lousada
      End location:
      Oliveira do Bairro
    • Rest Day

      Start location:
      End location:
    • Stage 6

      Distance:
      180km
      Start location:
      Sertã
      End location:
      Castelo Branco
    • Stage 7

      Distance:
      176.3km
      Start location:
      Termas de Monfortinho
      End location:
      Gouveia
    • Stage 8

      Distance:
      166.3km
      Start location:
      Oliveira do Hostipal
      End location:
      Seia
    • Stage 9

      Distance:
      35.5km
      Start location:
      Sabugal
      End location:
      Guarda
    • Stage 10

      Distance:
      130km
      Location
      Viseu
  • Race history

Volta a Portugal em Bicicleta past winners

Champions from 1927 to 2012

2012 David Blanco (Spa) Efapel Glassdrive    
2011 Ricardo Mestre (Por) Tavira-Prio    
2010 David Blanco (Spa) Palmeiras Resort - Tavira    
2009 Nuno Ribeiro (Por) Liberty Seguros    
2008 David Blanco Rodiguez (Spa) Palmeiras Resort - Tavira    
2007 Xavier Tondo (Spa) LA MSS    
2006 David Blanco (Spa) Comunidad Valenciana    
2005 Vladimir Efimkin (Rus) Barloworld-Valsir    
2004 David Bernabeu (Spa) Milaneza-Maia    
2003 Nuno Ribeiro (Por) L.A. Pecol    
2002 Claus Moller (Den) Milaneza-MSS    
2001 Fabian Jeker (Swi) Milaneza-MSS    
2000 Vitor Gamito (Por)    
1999 David Plaza (Spa)    
1998 Marco Serpellini (Ita)    
1997 Zenon Jaskula (Pol)    
1996 Massimiliano Lelli (Ita)    
1995 Orlando Rodriguez (Por)    
1994 Orlando Rodriguez (Por)    
1993 Joaquim Gomes (Por)    
1992 Cassio Freitas (Por)    
1991 Jorge Silva (Por)    
1990 Fernando Carvalho (Por)    
1989 Joaquim Gomes (Por)    
1988 Cayn Theakston (GB)    
1987 Manuel Cunha (Por)    
1986 Marco Chagas (Por)    
1985 Marco Chagas (Por) Am.    
1984 Venceslau Fernandes (Por)    
1983 Marco Chagas (Por)    
1982 Marco Chagas (Por)    
1981 Manuel Zeferino (Por)    
1980 Francisco Miranda (Por)    
1979 Joaq Sousa Santos(Por)    
1978 Belmiro Silva (Por)    
1977 Adelino Teixeira (Por)    
1976 Firmino Bernardino (Por)    
1974 Fernando Mendes (Por)    
1973 Jésus Manzaneque (Spa)    
1972 Joaquim Agostinho (Por)    
1971 Joaquim Agostinho (Por)    
1970 Joaquim Agostinho (Por)    
1969 Joaquim Andrade (Por)    
1968 Américo Silva (Por)    
1967 Antoine Houbrechts (Bel)    
1966 Francisco Valada (Por)    
1965 João Peixoto Slves (Por)    
1964 Joaquim Leão (Por)    
1962 José Pacheco (Por)    
1961 Mário Silva (Por)    
1960 Sousa Cardoso (Por)    
1959 Carlos Carvalho (Por)    
1958 Alves Barbosa (Por)    
1957 Ribeiro Da Silva (Por)    
1956 Alves Barbosa (Por)    
1955 Ribeiro Da Silva (Por)    
1952 Moreira De Sá (Por)    
1951 Alves Barbosa (Por)    
1950 Dias dos Santos (Por)    
1949 Dias dos Santos (Por)    
1948 Fernando Moreira (Por)    
1947 José Martins (Por)    
1946 José Martins (Por)    
1941 Francisco Inácio (Por)    
1940 José Albuquerque (Por)    
1939 Joaquim Fernandes (Por)    
1938 José Albuquerque (Por)    
1935 César Luís (Por)    
1934 José Maria Nicolau (Por)    
1933 Alfredo Trindade (Por)    
1932 Alfredo Trindade (Por)    
1931 José Maria Nicolau (Por)    
1927 Augusto Carvalho (Por)    

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