Prova Ciclística 9 de Julho

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The Prova Ciclística 9 de Julho (Portuguese for July 9 Cycling Race) is a single day road bicycle racing event held in Brazil. It was created in 1933 by journalist Cásper Líbero. He worked at the Gazeta Esportiva sports newspaper and created the race to honor the Constitutionalist Revolution that occurred in the state of São Paulo in that date of the previous year. The race currently exists as both a men's and women's competition. The men's competition is part of the UCI America Tour. The women's competition is held since 1990.

Race Circuits[edit]

Years Location Elite Men's distance (Laps) Elite Women's distance (Laps)
2001 Parque Villa-Lobos 80 km (20)  ?
2002-2006 Autódromo José Carlos Pace 85.8 km (20) 21.5 km (5)
2007 Cidade Universitária 110 km  ?
2008-2009 Autódromo José Carlos Pace 85.8 km (20) 21.5 km (5)

Past winners[edit]

Edition Year Men's winner Women's winner
1st 1933 Brazil José Magnani No race
2nd 1934 Brazil José Magnani No race
3rd 1935 Brazil Amélio Sorto No race
4th 1936 Brazil Luiz Lima No race
5th 1937 Brazil Rolando Montesi No race
6th 1938 Brazil Rolando Montesi No race
7th 1939 Brazil Arthur Ferreira No race
8th 1940 Brazil José Magnani No race
9th 1947 Brazil Rolando Montesi No race
10th 1948 Argentina Jorge Oliveira No race
11th 1949 Portugal Fernando Moreira No race
12th 1950 Uruguay José Taccone No race
13th 1951 Argentina Pedro Salas No race
14th 1952 Portugal Antonio Alves Barbosa No race
15th 1955 Portugal Antonio Alves Barbosa No race
16th 1956 Brazil Antônio Alba No race
17th 1957 Portugal Arthur Coelho No race
18th 1958 Brazil Cláudio Rosa No race
19th 1959 Italy Luigi Cussigh No race
20th 1960 Uruguay Rubens Etchebarne No race
21st 1961 Brazil Cláudio Rosa No race
22nd 1962 Brazil José Élcio Corá No race
23rd 1963 Brazil Tércio Andrade No race
24th 1964 Brazil Antônio Ferreira No race
25th 1965 Brazil Luiz Carlos Fonseca No race
26th 1969 Brazil Luiz Carlos Flores No race
27th 1970 Brazil Saul Alcântara No race
28th 1971 Brazil Miguel Duarte Silva No race
29th 1972 Brazil José George Brave No race
30th 1973 Brazil Saul Alcântara No race
31st 1974 Argentina Juan Carlos Haedo No race
32nd 1975 Uruguay Héctor Rondón No race
33rd 1976 Uruguay Roberto Castroman No race
34th 1977 Brazil Miguel Duarte Silva No race
35th 1978 Bolivia Edgar Cueto No race
36th 1979 Chile Sérgio Aliste No race
37th 1980 Brazil Jair Braga No race
38th 1981 Brazil Gilson Avaristo No race
39th 1982 Brazil Ailton Souza No race
40th 1983 Brazil Gabriel Rodrigues No race
41st 1984 Brazil Gilson Avaristo No race
42nd 1985 Brazil Ailton Souza No race
43rd 1986 Brazil Marcos Mazzaron No race
44th 1987 Brazil Antônio Silvestre No race
45th 1988 Brazil Ailton Souza No race
46th 1989 Brazil Wanderley Magalhães No race
47th 1990 Brazil Wanderley Magalhães Brazil Flávia Salvi
48th 1991 Brazil Wanderley Magalhães France Cláudia Carceroni-Saintagne
49th 1992 Brazil Márcio May France Cláudia Carceroni-Saintagne
50th 1993 Brazil Jamil Suaiden Brazil Carla Camargo Gardenal
51st 1994 Brazil Fábio Veloso Santos Brazil Ieda Botelho
52nd 1995 Brazil Hernandes Cuadri Brazil Rosane Minervino
53rd 1996 Brazil Valdir Lermen Brazil Ieda Botelho
54th 1997 Brazil Valdir Lermen Brazil Alessandra dos Santos
55th 1998 Brazil Luciano Pagliarini Brazil Janildes Fernandes
56th 1999 Brazil Patrique Gama Azevedo Brazil Janildes Fernandes
57th 2000 Brazil Murilo Fischer Brazil Janildes Fernandes
58th 2001 Brazil Nilceu Santos Brazil Jaqueline Mantovani
59th 2002 Brazil Rodrigo de Mello Brito France Cláudia Carceroni-Saintagne
60th 2003 United States John Lieswyn Brazil Ana Cristina Matto
61st 2004 Brazil Nilceu Santos France Cláudia Carceroni-Saintagne
62nd 2005 Brazil Roberson Silva Brazil Luciene Ferreira da Silva
63rd 2006 Brazil Renato Seabra Brazil Débora Gerhard
64th 2007 Brazil Rafael Andriato Brazil Luciene Ferreira da Silva
65th 2008 Cuba Michel García Brazil Camila Coelho
66th 2009 Brazil Bruno Tabanez Brazil Débora Gerhard
67th 2010 Argentina Francisco Chamorro Brazil Débora Gerhard
68th 2011 Brazil Roberto Pinheiro Brazil Fernanda da Silva
69th 2015 Brazil Joel Cândido Prado Júnior Brazil Daniela Lionço

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