1999 - Banesto Maillot

Banesto
1999

Alex Zülle takes the squad -who wins the teams’ overall for the second time- back to the Tour de France’s podium with his second place in Paris, while Unai Osa wins the Tour de l’Avenir. Chava Jiménez opens in an unforgettable way what’s already considered to be a mythical climb in the Vuelta: L’Angliru.

TWO PODIUMS IN FRANCE

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Team

Arrieta, José Luis (ES)
Baranowski, Dariusz (PL)
Barbosa, Cândido (PT)
Beltrán, Manuel (ES)
Bruseghin, Marzio (IT)
Gª Acosta, Chente (ES)
Garmendia, Aitor (ES)
Hunt, Jeremy (UK)
Jiménez, Eladio (ES)
Jiménez, José María (ES)
Lastras, Pablo (ES)
Latasa, David (ES)
Mancebo, Francisco (ES)
Navas, David (ES)
Odriozola, Jon (ES)
Osa, Aitor (ES)
Osa, Unai (ES)
Peña, Miguel Ángel (ES)
Piepoli, Leonardo (IT)
Rodrigues, Orlando (PT)
Solaun, César (ES)
Zülle, Alex (CH)

Directors

Echavárri, José Miguel
Unzué, Eusebio
Jaimerena, José Luis
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18 Wins

  1. 1st Tour de l'Avenir Unai Osa
  2. 1st Volta a Catalunya Manuel Beltrán
  3. 1st Vuelta a Castilla y León Leonardo Piepoli
  4. 1st Classique des Alpes Unai Osa
  5. 1st Subida a Urkiola Leonardo Piepoli
  6. 1st Commonwealth Bank Classic (3. stage) Jeremy Hunt
  7. 1st Tour de l'Avenir (8. stage) David Latasa
  8. 1st Trofeu Joaquim Agostinho (2. stage) Pablo Lastras
  9. 1st Volta a Catalunya (7. stage) Manuel Beltrán
  10. 1st Volta a Portugal (12. stage) Pablo Lastras
  11. 1st Volta a Portugal (7. stage) Cândido Barbosa
  12. 1st Volta ao Algarve (1. stage) Cândido Barbosa
  13. 1st Volta ao Algarve (2. stage) Cândido Barbosa
  14. 1st Vuelta a Burgos (4. stage) Leonardo Piepoli
  15. 1st Vuelta a Castilla y León (2. stage) Leonardo Piepoli
  16. 1st Vuelta a España (13. stage) Alex Zülle
  17. 1st Vuelta a España (8. stage) José María Jiménez
  18. 1st Vuelta a La Rioja (4. stage) Cândido Barbosa