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Angel Vicioso wins G.P. Indurain.

The Spanish rider Angel Vicioso (Kelme) achieved the victory in the Gran Premio Miguel Indurain de Cyclismo, a UCI 1.3 event, which was disputed today in the Navarra region of Spain.
The 179 km race which starts & finishes in the town of Estella, was decided by the last two mountainous difficulties of the day, the Puerto de Echauri, a first category climb and the cat. 2 climb of Lezaun. The last is 43 kilometers from the finish, which caused the selection of the group for final victory.
Vicioso, Serrano (ONCE) and Aerts (Lotto) of Belgium disputed the sprint, but the rider from Kelme came out on top.

Most of the riders, who took part in this race, will be staying in the north of Spain to ride the Vuelta de Pais Vasco which starts on Monday.

1. Angel Vicioso Arcos (Spa-Kel) 4.28.18
2. Marcos Serrano Rodriguez (Spa-One) – s.t.
3. Mario Aerts (Bel-Lot) – s.t.
4. Fernando Escartin Coti (Spa-Coa) – 0.17
5. Aitor Osa Eizaguirre (Spa-Ban) – s.t.
6. Francisco Mancebo Perez (Spa-Ban) – s.t.
7. Jцrg Jaksche (Ger-One) – s.t.
8. Bingen Fernandez Bustinza (Spa-Cof) – s.t.
9. Juan J de los Angeles (Spa-Kel) – s.t.
10. Gonzalo Bayarri Esteve (Spa-Jaz) – s.t.

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