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GP Ciudad de Vigo - 1.5

Spain, August 18, 2002

2001 Results    Results    Past winners

Results - 145 km

1 Nuno Marta (Por) Barbot-Torrie                         3.25.59 (42.236 km/h)
2 Ángel Rodríguez (Spa) Calfisha Fiat-Semar                 0.04
3 Enrique Salgueiro (Spa) Spanish National Team             0.07
4 Gustavo Domínguez (Spa) Carvalhelhos-Boavista             0.11
5 Fernando Citoula (Por) Paredes Moveis                     0.29
6 Joaquim Sampaio (Por) Carvalhelhos-Boavista               0.31
7 Jose E. Rodriguez (Por) Carvalhelhos-Boavista
8 Ezequiel Mosquera (Por) Paredes Moveis                    0.35
9 Segismundo De la Torre (Por) Carvalhelhos-Boavista        0.37
10 Jesús Ramírez (Spa) Calfisha Fiat-Semar                  0.39
11 Lisandro Cruel (Arg) Aguas de Mondariz
12 Rubén Tapias (Spa) Spanish National Team                 0.44
13 Víctor Gómez (Spa) Spanish National Team                 0.51
14 Juan Marzoa (Spa) Super Froiz                            0.53
15 Alfonso Rodríguez (Spa) Calfisha Fiat-Semar              1.23
16 Gustavo César (Por) Carvalhelhos-Boavista                3.41
17 David Carrillo (Por) PSA Vigo-Autrónic                   3.50
18 Pedro Soeiro (Por) Carvalhelhos-Boavista                 4.51
19 Pedro Fernández (Por) Pepolim-Ovarense
20 Miguel Nieto (Spa) Calfisha Fiat-Semar
21 Jose Monteagudo (Spa) Super Froiz
22 Antonio Dacasa (Por) Agua de Mondariz
23 Rube Oliveira (Por) Paredes Moveis                       4.59
24 Jose Guillén (Por) Pepolim-Ovarense                      5.02
25 Moisés Leboso (Spa) Paredes Rota dos Móveis              5.12
26 Alves Duarte (Por) Barbot-Torrié                         8.33
27 Manuel Sousa (Por) Paredes Moveis

Starters: 114
Classified: 27

Courtesy of Globeros.com

Past winners

2001 Pavel Brutt (Rus) Itera

Past winners by Mario Stiehl, www.world-of-cycling.com