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Vuelta a San Juan (2.Pro), Argentina

Winners, podium, distance, average speed

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The race:

The Vuelta a San Juan is an early-season Argentinian Stage race first run in 1982. For 2017, the race was upgraded to 2.1. Because the other important early-season Argentinian race, the Tour de San Luis, was not run in 2017, several important teams decided to start their season at the Vuelta a San Juan.

In 2018 apparent Winner Gonzalo Najar was found positive for the banned blood booster CERA. He was been banned from racing for four years. Oscar Sevilla is the winner of the 2018 Vuelta a San Juan.

In 2008 Pedro Gonzalez was disqualified for doping, but in 2017 he was cleared and is now the winner of that edition.

Our listing of results begins in 2017, the 35th edition of the race. That year the UCI upgraded the race to 2.1.

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Recent podium history:

Year

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

Distance

Average Speed
km/hr

2017 Bauke Mollema
20hr 19min 0sec
Oscar Sevilla
@ 14sec
Rodolfo Torres
@ 16sec
902.8 km 44.436
2018 Gonzalo Najar
21hr 59min 6sec
Oscar Sevilla
@ 51sec
Filippo Ganna
@ 1min 11sec
967.6 km 44.012
km/hr
2019 Winner Anacona
22hr 9min 21sec
Julian Alaphilippe
@ 35sec
Oscar Sevilla
@ 57sec
955.2 km 43.126
km/hr
2020 Remco Evenepoel
23hr 13min 59sec
Filippo Ganna
@ 33sec
Oscar Sevilla
@ 1min 1sec
1,014.8 km 43.681
km/hr
2021 Race cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic
2022 Race cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic
2023 Miguel Angel Lopez
25hr 40min 57sec
Filippo Ganna
@ 30sec
Sergio Higuita
@ 44sec
1,143 km 44.505
km/hr

 


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