37th Vuelta a Espana 1982

 
   
 

By Barry Boyce, CyclingRevealed Historian

 

 

 

 

Winner Stripped after Doping Scandal

Vuelta a Espana winner, Angel Arroyo, was disqualification for a  positive in the 'Control Dopage'. Marino Lejarreta was awarded the victory in 1982. The race ended with the doping scandal twenty-four hours after the finish in Madrid.

Stage and Distance

Stage Winner

Race Leader

Prologue Santiago de Compostelle, 6.7 km ITT

Marc Gomez (Fra)

Marc Gomez (Fra)

Stage 1a Santiago-La Coruna, 97 km

Eddy Planckaert (Bel)

Marc Gomez (Fra)

Stage 1b La Coruna-Lugo, 97 km

Eddy Planckaert (Bel)

Marc Gomez (Fra)

Stage 2 Lugo-Gijon, 240 km

Eddy Planckaert (Bel)

Marc Gomez (Fra)

Stage 3 Gijon-Santander, 208 km

Eddy Planckaert (Bel)

Marc Gomez (Fra)

Stage 4 Santander-Reinosa, 196 km

Antonio Coll (Spa)

Claude Criquielion (Bel)

Stage 5 Reinosa-Logrono, 230 km

Angel Camarillo (Spa)

Claude Criquielion (Bel)

Stage 6 Logrono-Zaragoza, 190 km

Jose-Luis Laguia (Spa)

Claude Criquielion (Bel)

Stage 7 Zaragoza-Sabinanigo, 146 km

Enrique Martinez-Heredia (Spa)

Claude Criquielion (Bel)

Stage 8 Sabinanigo-Lerida, 216 km

Jesus Hernandez-Ubedia (Spa)

Claude Criquielion (Bel)

Stage 9 Artesa de Segre-Puigcerda, 182 km

Jose-Luis Laguia (Spa)

Claude Criquielion (Bel)

Stage 10 Puigcerda-S.Quirze del Valles, 181 km

Sven-Ake Nilsson (Swe)

Angel Arroyo (Spa)

Stage 11 San Quirse-Barcelona, 143 km

Jose-Luis Laguia (Spa)

Angel Arroyo (Spa)

Stage 12 Salou-Nules, 200 km

Eddy Planckaert (Bel)

Angel Arroyo (Spa)

Stage 13 Nules-Antella, 195 km

Jose Recio (Spa)

Angel Arroyo (Spa)

Stage 14 Antella-Albacete, 153 km

Dominique Arnaud (Fra)

Angel Arroyo (Spa)

Stage 15a Albacete-Tomelloso, 119 km

Eddy Van Haerens (Bel)

Angel Arroyo (Spa)

Stage 15b Tom’ll-Campo de Criptana, 35 km ITT

Angel Arroyo (Spa) (Spa)

Angel Arroyo (Spa)

Stage 16 C de Criptana-San Fern de Hen., 176 km

Willy Sprangers (Bel)

Angel Arroyo (Spa) *

Stage 17 S Fernando Henares-Navacerrada, 178 km

Marino Lejarreta (Spa)

Marino Lejarreta (Spa)

Stage 18 Segovia-Segovia, 184 km

Juan Fernandez (Spa)

Marino Lejarreta (Spa)

Stage 19 Madrid-Madrid, 84 km

Eddy Van Haerens (Bel)

Marino Lejarreta (Spa)

BEST CLIMBER PRIZE
José-Luis Laguia (Spa) 
POINT'S COMPETITION
Stefan Mutter (Sui)


VaE April 20 - May 9, 1982
3,456.7 km

1. Marino LEJARRETA (Spa) 95h47'23"

2. Michel Pollentier (Bel) +18"

3. Sven-Ake Nilsson (Swe) +1'17"

Starters: 100
Finishers: 76
Average Speed: 36.855 km/h

VaE 1981

VaE 1983

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