1967 Vuelta a España

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1967 Vuelta a España
Race details
Dates 27 April – 14 May
Stages 18
Distance 2,940.5 km (1,827 mi)
Winning time 76h 38' 04"
Results
Winner  Jan Janssen (Netherlands) (Pelforth)
  Second  Jean-Pierre Ducasse (France) (Pelforth)
  Third  Aurelio Gonzalez Puente (Spain) (Kas-Kaskol)

Points  Jan Janssen (Netherlands) (Pelforth)
Mountains  Mariano Diaz (Spain) (Fagor)
  Sprints  José Manuel López Rodríguez (ESP) (Fagor)
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The 22nd Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain), a long-distance bicycle stage race and one of the three grand tours, was held from 27 April to 14 May 1967. It consisted of 18 stages covering a total of 2,940.5 km (1,827.1 mi), and was won by Jan Janssen of the Pelforth cycling team. Janssen also won the points classification and Mariano Diaz won the mountains classification.

Teams and riders[edit]

Route[edit]

List of stages[1][2]
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
1a 27 April VigoO Baixo Miño 110 km (68 mi)  Guido Reybrouck (BEL)
1b 27 April Vigo – Vigo 4.1 km (3 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Jan Janssen (NED)
2 28 April PontevedraOurense 186 km (116 mi)  Domingo Perurena (ESP)
3 29 April OurenseAstorga 230 km (143 mi)  Ramón Sáez (ESP)
4 30 April AstorgaSalamanca 201 km (125 mi)  Ramón Sáez (ESP)
5 1 May SalamancaMadrid 201 km (125 mi)  Tom Simpson (GBR)
6 2 May AlbaceteBenidorm 212 km (132 mi)  Evert Dolman (NED)
7 3 May BenidormValencia 148 km (92 mi)  Gerben Karstens (NED)
8 4 May ValenciaVinaròs 145 km (90 mi)  Gilbert Bellone (FRA)
9 5 May VinaròsSitges 172 km (107 mi)  Jan Lauwers (fr) (BEL)
10a 6 May SitgesBarcelona 39 km (24 mi)  Jan Harings (fr) (NED)
10b 6 May Barcelona – Barcelona 45.4 km (28 mi)  Gerben Karstens (NED)
11 7 May BarcelonaAndorra la Vella 241 km (150 mi)  Mariano Díaz (ESP)
12 8 May Andorra la VellaLleida 158 km (98 mi)  Henk Nijdam (NED)
13 9 May LleidaZaragoza 182 km (113 mi)  Ángel Ibáñez (fr) (ESP)
14 10 May ZaragozaPamplona 193 km (120 mi)  Jos van der Vleuten (NED)
15a 11 May PamplonaLogroño 92 km (57 mi)  Rolf Wolfshohl (FRG)
15b 11 May LaguardiaVitoria 44 km (27 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Raymond Poulidor (FRA)
16 12 May VitoriaSan Sebastián 139 km (86 mi)  Tom Simpson (GBR)
17 13 May VillabonaZarautz 28 km (17 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Gerben Karstens (NED)
18 14 May ZarautzBilbao 175 km (109 mi)  Gerben Karstens (NED)
Total 2,940.5 km (1,827 mi)

Results[edit]

Final general classification[edit]

Final general classification (1–25)[3]
Rank Rider Team Time
1 Netherlands Jan Janssen Pelforth 76h 38' 04"
2 France Jean-Pierre Ducasse Pelforth + 1' 43"
3 Spain Aurelio Gonzalez Puente Kas-Kaskol + 1' 45"
4 Spain Luis Otana Arcelus Fagor + 2' 39"
5 Netherlands Cees Haast Televizier + 3' 20"
6 Spain José Manuel Lopez Fagor + 3' 41"
7 Spain Gregorio San Miguel Kas-Kaskol + 4' 19"
8 France Raymond Poulidor Mercier-BP-Hutchinson + 4' 20"
9 Spain Mariano Diaz Fagor + 5' 54"
10 Spain José Perez Frances Kas-Kaskol + 6' 04"
11 Spain Angelino Soler Karpy
12 Spain José Antonio Ponton Ferrys
13 Netherlands Arie Den Hartog Bic
14 Spain Vicente Lopez Kas-Kaskol
15 West Germany Rolf Wolfshohl Bic
16 Spain Carlos Echevarria Kas-Kaskol
17 Spain Eusebio Velez Kas-Kaskol
18 Spain Fernardo Manzaneque Ferrys
19 Spain Antonio Gomez Del Moral Kas-Kaskol
20 Spain Julio Jimenez Munoz Bic
21 Spain Ramon Mendilburu Fagor
22 Italy Silvano Schiavon Vittadello
23 Spain José Maria Errandonea Fagor
24 Spain Gines Garcia Peran Fagor
25 Italy Aldo Moser Vittadello

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1967 » 22nd Vuelta a Espana". Procyclingstats. Retrieved 2 August 2018. 
  2. ^ "22ème Vuelta a España 1967". Memoire du cyclisme (in French). Archived from the original on 25 October 2004. 
  3. ^ "Clasificacions" [Classifications] (PDF). Mundo Deportivo (in Spanish). 15 May 1967. p. 9. Retrieved 30 October 2016. 

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