Vuelta a la Independencia Nacional

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Vuelta a la Independencia Nacional
Race details
Date February–March
Region Dominican Republic
Discipline Road
Competition UCI America Tour
Type Stage race
History
First edition 1979 (1979)
Editions 38 (as of 2017)
First winner  Bernardo Colex (MEX)
Most wins  Ismael Sánchez (DOM) (3 wins)
Most recent  Ismael Sánchez (DOM)

Vuelta a la Independencia Nacional is a stage road bicycle race held annually in the Dominican Republic by the national federation, and it is the most important race in the country. Since 2008, the race is organized as a 2.2 event on the UCI America Tour.

In 2013 the race was held as a national event, since it was excluded from the UCI America Tour.

Winners[edit]

Rider Team
1979 Mexico Colex, BernardoBernardo Colex (MEX)
1980 Venezuela Galaviz, JustoJusto Galaviz (VEN)
1981 United States Stetina, DaleDale Stetina (USA)
1982 Colombia Agudelo, José AntonioJosé Antonio Agudelo (COL)
1983 Mexico Rios, SalvadorSalvador Rios (MEX)
1984 Colombia Agudelo, José AntonioJosé Antonio Agudelo (COL)
1985 Colombia Pardo, GustavoGustavo Pardo (COL)
1986 Colombia Alayon, ÁngelÁngel Alayon (COL)
1987 Dominican Republic Garcia, MarinoMarino Garcia (DOM)
1988 Dominican Republic Garcia, MarinoMarino Garcia (DOM)
1989 Venezuela Lindarte, JoséJosé Lindarte (VEN)
1990 Venezuela Correa, FernandoFernando Correa (VEN)
1991 Colombia Ávila, José VicenteJosé Vicente Ávila (COL)
1992 Colombia Trompa, OmarOmar Trompa (COL)
1993 Venezuela Mendoza, OscarOscar Mendoza (VEN)
1994 No race
1995 Cuba Valdés, EliecerEliecer Valdés (CUB)
1996 Germany Agustin, FrankFrank Agustin (GER)
1997 Germany Eurico, ParlscheParlsche Eurico (GER)
1998 Venezuela Merchán, RobinsonRobinson Merchán (VEN)
1999 Venezuela Alcedo, TommyTommy Alcedo (VEN)
2000 Venezuela Méndez, AlexisAlexis Méndez (VEN)
2001 Venezuela Guevara, ManuelManuel Guevara (VEN) Lotería del Táchira
2002 Kazakhstan Iglinsky, MaximMaxim Iglinsky (KAZ) Kazakhstan (national team)
2003 Colombia Ladino, GregorioGregorio Ladino (COL) Fénix-Baninter
2004 Kazakhstan Iglinsky, MaximMaxim Iglinsky (KAZ) Kazakhstan (national team)
2005 Kazakhstan Mizourov, AndreyAndrey Mizourov (KAZ) Cycling Team Capec
2006 Venezuela Ochoa, RichardRichard Ochoa (VEN) Venezuela (national team)
2007 Colombia Pérez, JairoJairo Pérez (COL) Mauricio Báez
2008 Venezuela Ochoa, Carlos JoséCarlos José Ochoa (VEN) Venezuela (national team)
2009 Chile Sepúlveda, Luis FernandoLuis Fernando Sepúlveda (CHI) Aro & Pedal-Inteja
2010 Dominican Republic Sánchez, AugustoAugusto Sánchez (DOM) Aro & Pedal[1]
2011 Venezuela Gil, TomasTomas Gil (VEN) Venezuela (national team)
2012 Dominican Republic Sánchez, IsmaelIsmael Sánchez (DOM) La Vega-Com.Nal.Ener
2013 Colombia Sánchez, EdwinEdwin Sánchez (COL) Guadeloupe (national team)
2014 Colombia Sánchez, EdwinEdwin Sánchez (COL) Formesan-Bogotá Humana
2015 Colombia Oyola, RobigzonRobigzon Oyola (COL) EPM–UNE–Área Metropolitana
2016 Dominican Republic Sánchez, IsmaelIsmael Sánchez (DOM) Aero Cycling Team
2017 Dominican Republic Sánchez, IsmaelIsmael Sánchez (DOM) Aero Cycling Team

References[edit]

  1. ^ Briceño, Pedro G. (1 March 2010). "Augusto Sánchez es segundo dominicano que gana la vuelta". Listin Diario (in Spanish). Santo Domingo. Retrieved 22 April 2016. 

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