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1958 Vuelta a España

1958 Vuelta a España
Race details
Dates 30 April – 15 May
Stages 16
Distance 3,241.8 km (2,014 mi)
Winning time 94h 54' 21" (34.16 km/h or 21.23 mph)
Palmares
Winner  Jean Stablinski (FRA)
Second  Pasquale Fornara (ITA)
Third  Fernando Manzaneque (ESP)

Points  Salvador Botella (ESP)
Mountains  Federico Bahamontes (ESP)
Sprints  Vicente Iturat (ESP)
1957
1959

The 13th Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain), a long-distance bicycle stage race and one of the 3 grand tours, was held from April 30 to May 15, 1958. It consisted of 16 stages covering a total of 3,241.8 km, and was won by Jean Stablinski.[1] Salvador Botella won the points classification and Federico Bahamontes won the mountains classification.

Results

Final General Classification

Rank Rider Team Time
1 France Jean Stablinski 94h 54' 21s
2 Italy Pasquale Fornara Pena Solera-Ignis a 2' 51s
3 Spain Fernando Manzaneque a 3' 01s
4 Belgium Hilaire Couvreur a 5' 04s
5 Spain Luis Otaño Mobilete-Caobania a 10' 36s
6 Spain Federico Bahamontes a 11' 39s
7 Spain Julio San Emeterio Kas-Boxing a 13' 16s
8 Spain Jesús Loroño a 16' 09s
9 Belgium Rik Luyten a 28' 13s
10 Spain Benigno Aspuru Kas-Boxing a 33' 37s
11 France François Mahé
12 Belgium Gilbert Desmet
13 Spain Juan Campillo Pena Solera-Ignis
14 Spain Salvador Botella
15 Spain Antonio Ferraz Kas-Boxing
16 Portugal Antonio Barbosa
17 Spain Vicente Iturat Pena Solera-Ignis
18 Spain Gabriel Mas Arbona Mobilete-Caobania
19 Spain René Marigil
20 Spain Miguel Pacheco Font
21 France Raymond Hoorelbeke
22 Belgium Jan Van Gompel
23 Netherlands Wim Van Est Locomotief
24 Spain Gabriel Company Bauza
25 Spain Antonio Jimenez

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