The 2021 Vuelta a España
is a three-week Grand Tour cycling stage racebetween 14 August and 5 September 2021
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The 31st Edition 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 16 May 1976. It consisted of 19 stages covering a total of 3,340 km (2,080 mi), and was won by José Pesarrodona of the Kas-Campagnolo cycling team. Andres Oliva won the mountains classification while Dietrich Thurau won the points classification.

1976 Vuelta a España
Race details
Dates 27 April – 16 May
Stages 19 stages + Prologue, including 1 split stages
Distance 3,340 km (2,075 mi)
Winning time 93h 19′ 10″
Results
Winner  José Pesarrodona (ESP) (Kas – Campagnolo)
Second  Luis Ocaña (ESP) (Super Ser)
Third  José Nazabal (ESP) (Kas – Campagnolo)

Points  Dietrich Thurau (FRG) (TI Raleigh)
Mountains  Andrés Oliva (ESP) (Kas – Campagnolo)
Sprints  Daniel Verplancke (BEL) (Flandria – Velda)
Team Kas – Campagnolo
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Route

List of stages
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
P 27 April Estepona – Estepona 3.2 km (2 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Dietrich Thurau (FRG)
1 28 April Estepona – Estepona 135 km (84 mi)  José De Cauwer (BEL)
2 29 April Estepona – Priego de Córdoba 224 km (139 mi)  Roger Gilson (LUX)
3 30 April Priego de Córdoba – Jaén 177 km (110 mi)  Theo Smit (NED)
4 1 May Jaén – Baza 166 km (103 mi)|  Hennie Kuiper (NED)
5 2 May Baza – Cartagena 201 km (125 mi)  Theo Smit (NED)
6 3 May Cartagena – Cartagena 14 km (9 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Joaquim Agostinho (POR)
7 4 May Cartagena – Murcia 136 km (85 mi)  Ferdi Van Den Haute (BEL)
8 5 May Murcia – Almansa 219 km (136 mi)  Georges Pintens (BEL)
9 6 May Almansa – Nules 208 km (129 mi)  Dietrich Thurau (FRG)
10 7 May Castellón – Cambrils 226 km (140 mi)  José Antonio González (ESP)
11 8 May Cambrils – Barcelona 151 km (94 mi)|  Antonio Vallori (ESP)
12 9 May Pamplona – Logroño 168 km (104 mi)  Gerben Karstens (NED)
13 10 May Logroño – Palencia 209 km (130 mi)  Dirk Ongenae [fr] (BEL)
14 11 May Paredes de Nava – Gijón 249 km (155 mi)  Cees Priem (NED)
15 12 May Gijón – Cangas de Onís 141 km (88 mi)  Vicente López Carril (ESP)
16 13 May Cangas de Onís – Reinosa 156 km (97 mi)  Dietrich Thurau (FRG)
17 14 May Reinosa – Bilbao 183 km (114 mi)  Arthur Van De Vijver (BEL)
18 15 May Galdácano – Santuario de Oro (Zuia) 204 km (127 mi)  Dietrich Thurau (FRG)
19a 16 May Murgia (Zuia) – San Sebastián 139 km (86 mi)  Dirk Ongenae [fr] (BEL)
19b 17 May San Sebastián – San Sebastián 31.7 km (20 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Dietrich Thurau (FRG)
Total 3,340 km (2,075 mi)

Results

Final General Classification

Rank Rider Team Time
1 Spain José Pesarrodona Kas-Campagnolo 93h 19′ 10″
2 Spain Luis Ocaña Super Ser Zeus + 1′ 03″
3 Spain José Nazabal Merendia Kas-Campagnolo + 1′ 41″
4 West Germany Dietrich Thurau TI–Raleigh + 1′ 44″
5 Spain Vicente Lopez Kas-Campagnolo + 1′ 50″
6 Netherlands Hennie Kuiper TI–Raleigh + 2′ 00″
7 Portugal Joaquim Agostinho Teka + 3′ 16″
8 Switzerland Joseph Fuchs Super Ser Zeus + 3′ 45″
9 Spain Pedro Torres Super Ser Zeus + 4′ 43″
10 Spain José Antonio Gonzalez Kas-Campagnolo + 7′ 18″
11 Belgium Ludo Loos Ebo
12 Spain Enrique Martinez Kas-Campagnolo
13 Spain Andres Oliva Kas-Campagnolo
14 Spain Gonzalo Aja Barguin Teka
15 Portugal José Martins Freitas Kas-Campagnolo
16 Belgium Eric Jacques Ebo
17 Spain Domingo Perurena Kas-Campagnolo
18 Belgium Jean-Pierre Baert Miko-De Gribaldy
19 Spain José Enrique Cima Novostil
20 Portugal Fernardo Mendes Dos Teka
21 Spain Ventura Diaz Teka
22 Spain Santiago Lazcano Super Ser Zeus
23 Spain Julian Andiano Teka
24 Spain Manuel Esparza Teka
25 Spain Jesus Manzaneque Super Ser Zeus
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