Volta a Portugal do Futuro

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Volta a Portugal do Futuro
Race details
DateJuly
RegionPortugal
Local name(s)Volta a Portugal do Futuro / Liberty Seguros
DisciplineRoad race
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
Web sitefuturo.volta-portugal.com Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1993 (1993)
Editions25 (as of 2017)
First winner Joaquim Augusto Gomes (POR)
Most winsNo repeat winners
Most recent José Fernandes (POR)

Volta a Portugal do Futuro is a road bicycle race held annually in Portugal. It has been organized as a 2.2U event on the UCI Europe Tour since 2014.[1][2]

Winners[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
1993 Portugal Joaquim Augusto Gomes Portugal Joaquim Adrego Andrade Portugal Paulo Jorge Ferreira
1994 Portugal Paulo Jorge Ferreira Portugal Delmino Pereira Portugal Vítor Manuel Gamito
1995 Portugal Quintino Fernandes
1996 Spain José Luis Rebollo
1997 Spain Matías Cagigas
1998 Portugal José Bento Azevedo
1999 Spain Óscar Pereiro Spain Rafael Casero Spain David Blanco
2000 Portugal Pedro-Miguel Costa Spain Santi Pérez Portugal Pedro Manuel Andrade
2001 Portugal Marco Oliveira Portugal Celio Cristiano Spain José Guillén
2002 Spain Pablo de Pedro Portugal Sergio Miguel Paulinho Spain Víctor Castro
2003 Spain Dani Moreno Spain Josu Mondelo Spain David Domínguez
2004 Portugal João Paulo Cabreira Portugal António Manuel De Jesus Portugal Miguel Angelo Almeida
2005 Portugal André Fernando Santos Portugal Afonso Duarte Portugal José João Mendes
2006 Portugal Filipe Duarte Portugal José João Mendes Portugal Edgar Miguel Pinto
2007 Portugal José João Mendes Portugal César André Fonte Portugal David Vaz
2008 Portugal João Ricardo Benta Portugal Carlos Manuel Sabido Portugal Ricardo Augusto Vilela
2009 Portugal Marco Alexandre Cunha Portugal Carlos Manuel Baltazar Portugal Bruno Silva
2010 Russia Alexander Ryabkin Portugal Joni Brandão Panama Yelko Gómez
2011 Portugal Joni Brandão Portugal José Isidro Maciel Gonçalves Portugal Domingos André Maciel Gonçalves
2012 Portugal Rafael Jorge Silva Portugal António André Pereira Moldova Eugeniu Cozonac
2013 Portugal António Carvalho Portugal David Miguel Rodrigues Portugal António André Pereira
2014 Portugal Ruben Guerreiro Portugal Joaquim Silva Spain Óscar González
2015 Spain Julen Amezqueta Ukraine Anatoliy Budyak Spain Álvaro Trueba
2016 Colombia Wilson Enrique Rodríguez Portugal Gaspar Gonçalves Spain Juan Antonio López-Cózar
2017 Portugal José Fernandes Spain Txomin Juaristi Portugal Gaspar Gonçalves

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