Spanish champion - Miniature cyclist figurines

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Handpainted miniature cyclist with Spanish champion jersey.

-Completely produced out of metal: bike + cyclist
-Dimensions: height 50mm x width 50mm
-Weight: 23 grams

 

 

 

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TypeK
PostureStandard
GenderMale
ColourMulti color
Periode1941 - 1990
MaterialZamac
Height50mm
Width50mm
Depth16mm
Weight23g
PaintedCyclist

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Alejandro Valverde

The Spanish cycling championships have been held annually since 1902, although the first edition was in 1897. In that race, the champion of Spain is determined every year. The title is awarded to the winner of a single race, who may wear the jersey with the colors of the Spanish flag until the next championship.
The 1937 race was not run because of the civil war and the 2006 race because of a boycott of the riders. Juanma Garate, winner of the previous Spanish championship, kept his title until the following year.
In three periods (1927-1949, 1958-1961 and 1966-1968) the race was held in a time trial format, where the winner got the title of Champion of Spain. It was not like now where there are separate competitions for both disciplines.

Winners road men:
1897 José Pesoa
1902 Tomás Peñalva
1903 Ricardo Peris
1904 Tomás Peñalva
1905 Pablo Pujol
1906 Luis Amuñategui
1907 Luis Amuñategui
1908 Vicente Blanco
1909 Vicente Blanco
1910 José Magdalena
1911 Jaime Durán
1912 José Magdalena
1913 Juan Martí
1914 Óscar Leblanc
1915 Simón Febrer
1916 José Manchón
1917 Lázaro Villada
1918 Simón Febrer
1919 Jaime Janer
1920 Miguel Bover
1921 Ramón Valentín
1922 José Saura
1923 Jaime Janer
1924 Juan Bautista Llorens
1925 Ricardo Montero
1926 José Saura
1927 Miguel Mucio
1928 Telmo García
1929 Luciano Montero
1930 Mariano Cañardo
1931 Mariano Cañardo
1932 Luciano Montero
1933 Mariano Cañardo
1934 Luciano Montero
1935 Salvador Cardona
1936 Mariano Cañardo
1938 Fermín Trueba
1939 Antonio A. Sancho
1940 Federico Ezquerra
1941 Antonio A. Sancho
1942 Julián Berrendero
1943 Julián Berrendero
1944 Julián Berrendero
1945 Juan Gimeno
1946 Bernardo Ruiz
1947 Bernardo Capó
1948 Bernardo Ruiz
1949 José Serra
1950 Antonio Gelabert
1951 Bernardo Ruiz
1952 Andrés Trobat
1953 Francisco Masip
1954 Emilio Rodríguez
1955 Antonio Gelabert
1956 Antonio Ferraz
1957 Antonio Ferraz
1958 Federico Bahamontes
1959 Antonio Suárez
1960 Antonio Suárez
1961 Antonio Suárez
1962 Luis Otaño
1963 José Pérez Francés
1964 Julio Jiménez
1965 Antonio Gómez del Moral
1966 Luis Otaño
1967 Luis Pedro Santamarina
1968 Luis Ocaña
1969 Ramón Sáez
1970 José Antonio González Linares
1971 Eduardo Castello
1972 Luis Ocaña
1973 Domingo Perurena
1975 Domingo Perurena
1976 Agustín Tamames
1979 Faustino Rupérez
1980 Juan Fernandez
1981 Eulalio Garcia
1982 José-Luis Laguia
1983 Carlos Hernández Bailo
1984 Jesus-Ignacio Ibanez-Loyo
1985 Jose-Luis Navarro
1986 Alfonso Gutiérrez
1987 Juan-Carlos Gonzales-Salvador
1988 Juan Fernandez
1989 Carlos Hernández Bailo
1990 Laudelino Cubino
1991 Juan-Carlos Gonzales-Salvador
1992 Miguel Indurain
1993 Ignacio Garcia-Camacho
1994 Abraham Olano
1995 Jesús Montoya
1996 Manuel Fernandez-Gines
1997 José María Jiménez
1998 Ángel Luis Casero
1999 Ángel Luis Casero
2000 Álvaro González de Galdeano
2001 José Iván Gutiérrez
2002 Juan-Carlos Guillamon
2003 Rubén Plaza
2004 Francisco Mancebo
2005 Juan Manuel Gárate
2007 Joaquím Rodríguez
2008 Alejandro Valverde
2009 Rubén Plaza
2010 José Iván Gutiérrez
2011 José Joaquín Rojas
2012 Fran Ventoso
2013 Jesús Herrada
2014 Jon Izagirre
2015 Alejandro Valverde
2016 José Joaquín Rojas
2017 Jesús Herrada
2018 Gorka Izagirre

Winners time trial men:
1994 Abraham Olano
1995 Melchor Mauri
1996 Iñigo González de Heredia
1997 José Enrique Gutiérrez
1998 Abraham Olano
1999 Santos González
2000 José Iván Gutiérrez
2001 Santos González
2002 Igor González de Galdeano
2003 Íñigo Chaurreau
2004 José Iván Gutiérrez
2005 José Iván Gutiérrez
2006 Antonio Tauler
2007 José Iván Gutiérrez
2008 Luis León Sánchez
2009 Alberto Contador
2010 Luis León Sánchez
2011 Luis León Sánchez
2012 Luis León Sánchez
2013 Jonathan Castroviejo
2014 Alejandro Valverde
2015 Jonathan Castroviejo
2016 Jon Izagirre
2017 Jonathan Castroviejo
2018 Jonathan Castroviejo
2019 Jonathan Castroviejo

Winners road women:
1991 Josune Gorostidi
1992 Ainhoa Artolazabal
1993 Alicia Amezgaray
1994 Joane Somarriba
1995 Maria Jose Lopez
1996 Izasqun Bengoa-Perez
1997 Izasqun Bengoa-Perez
1998 Rosa-Maria Bravo
1999 Margarita Fullana
2000 Rosa-Maria Bravo
2001 Teodora Ruano
2002 Arantzatzu Azpiroz
2003 Eneritz Iturriaga
2004 Ana Ramírez
2005 Maria Isabel Moreno
2006 Maria Isabel Moreno
2007 Maria Isabel Moreno
2008 Itsaso Leunda
2009 Itsaso Leunda
2010 Leire Olaberria
2011 Rosa María Bravo
2012 Anna Sanchis
2013 Ane Santesteban
2014 Anna Ramírez
2015 Anna Sanchis
2016 Margarita Victoria García
2017 Sheyla Gutiérrez
2018 Eider Merino

Winners time trial women:
1995 Dori Ruano
1996 Joane Somarriba
1997 Izaskun Bengoa
1998 Dori Ruano
1999 Dori Ruano
2000 Dori Ruano
2001 Dori Ruano
2002 Eneritz Iturriaga
2003 Dori Ruano
2004 Dori Ruano
2005 Eneritz Iturriaga
2006 Eneritz Iturriaga
2007 María Isabel Moreno
2009 Débora Gálvez
2010 Leire Olaberría
2011 Eneritz Iturriaga
2012 Anna Sanchis
2013 Anna Sanchis
2014 Leire Olaberría
2015 Anna Sanchis
2016 Anna Sanchis
2017 Lourdes Oyarbide
2018 Margarita Victoria García
2019 Sheyla Gutiérrez

Alejandro Valverde
One of the best Spanish riders ever, is undoubtedly Alejandro Valverde. He became a pro in 2002 and was part of the Spanish Movistar Team in 2019. During his professional career he also rode for Kelme, Caisse d'épargne and Movistar.
He is a complete and versatile rider, who can win both classics and large tours. He especially stands out in the mountains, a terrain where he has a great explosiveness. Especially the short but steep climbs are a piece of cake.
Valverde has achieved a total of 126 victories as a pro; he is also the winner of the UCI ProTour 2006 and 2008 and the UCI WorldTour 2014 and 2015. Among his most important victories are the World Road Championship in 2018, the Vuelta in 2009, and 16 stage victories divided into 3 major rounds (1 stage in the Giro d'Italia, 4 stages in the Tour de France and 11 stages in the Vuelta España), the Walloon Arrow 2006, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, Liege-Bastogne-Liege in 2006, 2008, 2015 and 2017, Dauphiné Libéré in 2008 and 2009, Classica San Sebastian in 2008 and 2014, the Tour of Catalonia in 2009, 2017 and 2018, the Tour of the Basque Country in 2017 and the Tour of Burgos in 2004 and 2009. He is one of the few riders in history to have been on the final stage in the three major tours.
With seven podium finishes (gold in Innsbruck 2018, silver in Hamilton 2003 and Madrid 2005, and bronze in Salzburg 2006, Valkenburg 2012, Florence 2013 and Ponferrada 2014), Valverde is the cyclist with the most medals in the history of the World Championship on the road.
In 2010 he was sanctioned for doping. He was not allowed to participate in races for 2 years. Only in 2012 he returned to the peloton.

His teams:
2002–2004 Kelme
2005–2010 Caisse d'Epargne
2012–2019 Movistar Team

His most important victories:
2003 Combination classification Vuelta a Espana
2005 Youth classification Paris-Nice
2006 General classificationUCI ProTour
2006 Liège-Bastogne-Liège
2006 La flèche Wallonne
2008 General classification Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
2008 General classification UCI ProTour
2008 National championship on the road Spain
2008 Clásica San Sebastián
2008 Liège-Bastogne-Liège
2009 Combination classification Vuelta a Espana
2009 General classification Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
2009 General classification Vuelta a Espana
2012 Combination classification Vuelta a Espana
2012 General classification Ruta del Sol
2012 Points classification Vuelta a Espana
2013 General classification Ruta del Sol
2014 General classification Ruta del Sol
2014 General classification UCI World Tour
2014 National championship time trial Spain
2014 Clásica San Sebastián
2014 La flèche Wallonne
2015 General classification UCI World Tour
2015 Points classification Vuelta a Espana
2015 National championship on the road Spain
2015 Liège-Bastogne-Liège
2015 La flèche Wallonne
2016 General classification Ruta del Sol
2016 La flèche Wallonne
2017 General classification Tour of the Basque country
2017 General classification Ruta del Sol
2017 Liège-Bastogne-Liège
2017 La flèche Wallonne
2018 Points classification Vuelta a Espana
2018 World championship on the road
2018 Grand Prix Miguel Indurain
2019 National championship on the road Spain

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