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26th Clasica San Sebastian - ProT

Spain, August 12, 2006

Past winners

Year First                            Second              Third
 
2005 Constantino Zaballa (Spa)        Rodriguez           Mazzoleni
2004 Miguel Perdiguero (Spa)          Bettini             Rebellin
2003 Paolo Bettini (Ita)              Basso               Di Luca
2002 Laurent Jalabert (Fra)           Astarloa            Missaglia
2001 Laurent Jalabert (Fra)           Casagrande          Rebellin
2000 Erik Dekker (Ned)                Tchmil              Vainsteins
1999 Francesco Casagrande (Ita)       Verbrugghe          Figueras
1998 Francesco Casagrande (Ita)       Merckx              Piepoli
1997 Davide Rebellin (Ita)            Gontchenkov         Kolage
1996 Udo Bölts (Ger)                  Cattai              Podenzana
1995 Lance Armstrong (USA)            Della Santa         Museeuw
1994 Armand De las Cuevas (Fra)       Amstrong            Della Santa
1993 Claudio Chiappucci (Ita)         Farensin            Voupi
1992 Raul Alcala (Mex)                Chiappucci          Bowmans
1991 Gianni Bugno (Ita)               Delgado             Fondriest
1990 Miguel Indurain (Spa)            Jalabert            Kelly
1989 Gerhard Zadrobilek (Aut)         Antequera           Rominger
1988 Gert Jan Theunisse (Ned)         Aja                 Rooks
1987 Marino Lejarreta (Spa)           Arroyo              Echave
1986 Inaki Caston (Spa)               Lejarreta           Fernandez
1985 Adrie Van der Poel (Ned)         Gaston              Fernandez
1984 Niki Rüttimann (Swi)             Dietzen             Prieto
1983 Claude Criquielion (Bel)         Coll                Dietzen
1982 Marino Lejarreta (Spa)           Rodriguez           Delgado
1981 Marino Lejarreta (Spa)           Jones               Ruperez
 
Distance, time and average speed of the winner
 
2005 Constantino Zaballa (Spa) Saunier Duval-Prodir      227 kms in 5.24.18 (42.0 km/h)
2004 Miguel Perdiguero (Spa) Saunier Duval-Prodir        227 kms in 5.18.35 (42.75 km/h)
2003 Paolo Bettini (Ita) Quick.Step-Davitamon            227 kms in 5.44.42 (39.51 km/h)
2002 Laurent Jalabert (Fra) CSC                          230 kms in 5.47.29 (39.19 km/h)
2001 Laurent Jalabert (Fra) CSC                          230 kms in 5.17.54 (42.8 km/h)
2000 Erik Dekker (Ned) Rabobank                          230 kms in 5.16.01 (43.7 km/h)
1999 Francesco Casagrande (Ita)                          230 kms in 5.15.29 (43.7 km/h)
1998 Francesco Casagrande (Ita)                          232 kms in 5.43.35 (40.5 km/h)
1997 Davide Rebellin (Ita)                               234 kms in 5.47.22 (39.7 km/h)
1996 Udo Bölts (Ger)                                     227 kms in 5.45.55 (40.5 km/h)
1995 Lance Armstrong (USA)                               234 kms in 5.31.17 (44.0 km/h)
1994 Armand De las Cuevas (Fra)                          238 kms in 5.24.44 (45.3 km/h)
1993 Claudio Chiappucci (Ita)                            238 kms in 5.47.51 (41.1 km/h)
1992 Raul Alcala (Mex)                                   234 kms in 5.58.17 (39.2 km/h)
1991 Gianni Bugno (Ita)                                  238 kms in 6.04.28 (39.2 km/h)
1990 Miguel Indurain (Spa)                               248 kms in 6.19.59 (39.2 km/h)
1989 Gerhard Zadrobilek (Aut)                            244 kms in 6.24.10 (38.1 km/h)
1988 Gert Jan Theunisse (Ned)                            244 kms in 6.09.36 (39.6 km/h)
1987 Marino Lejarreta (Spa)                              244 kms in 6.19.19 (38.6 km/h)
1986 Inaki Caston (Spa)                                  244 kms in 5.53.53 (41.4 km/h)
1985 Adrie Van der Poel (Ned)                            244 kms in 5.52.32 (41.5 km/h)
1984 Niki Rüttimann (Swi)                                244 kms in 6.11.10 (39.4 km/h)
1983 Claude Criquielion (Bel)
1982 Marino Lejarreta (Spa)
1981 Marino Lejarreta (Spa)                              230 kms in 6.09.24 (37.4 km/h)
 
Past winners by Mario Stiehl, www.world-of-cycling.com
 
Past winners by Mario Stiehl, www.world-of-cycling.com