Historic Overview Julián Berrendero Martín

Rider

Overall Rank169
NameJulián BERRENDERO MARTÍN
Country
  Spain
Date of birth08-Apr-1912 - San Agustín de Guadalix (Madrid)
Date of death01-Sep-1995 - Madrid (Madrid)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Julián Berrendero Martín

Julián Berrendero Martín (born San Agustín del Guadalix, 8 April 1912, died Madrid, 1 August 1995) was a Spanish road racing cyclist. He is most famous for having won the third and fourth editions of the Vuelta a España in 1941 and 1942. In addition, he won a total of three mountains jerseys at the Vuelta and the Tour de France

  1. “Berrendero was a marked man, a public figure who had supported the Republican cause. As soon as he reached the Spanish border, Franco’s men arrested him and threw him into a concentration camp, where he remained for 18 months. He survived the camps, which were characterized by disease, malnourishment and frequent beatings, but to what physical and mental cost? He was only 27 and should have been at the height of his cycling career.”
source - Wikipedia

Major Victories

Vuelta a España 1941, 1942
Vuelta a Valencia 1942
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya 1943, 1946
G.P. República 1936
Clásica de los Puertos 1944, 1947
Tour de France - stages 1937 (1)
Vuelta a España - stages 1941 (2), 1942 (2), 1945 (2), 1946 (3), 1947 (1), 1948 (1)
Vuelta a Valencia - stages 1942 (1), 1943 (1)
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya - stages 1942 (3), 1943 (2), 1944 (1), 1946 (1)
G.P. República - stages 1936 (3)
More results

Seasons

Julián Berrendero Martín - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1933 Individual 31 362
2. 1934 BH 2 916
3. 1935 BH 464 95
4. 1936 BH 1806 7
5. 1937 France Sport - Dunlop 928 42
6. 1938 France Sport - Dunlop 962 44
7. 1939 France Sport - Wolber 172 207
8. 1940 Individual 0 451
9. 1941 RCD Espanol 1479 3
10. 1942 Informaciones 1630 1
11. 1943 C.F. Barcelona 1029 3
12. 1944 Gallastegui 582 5
13. 1945 Galindo 1024 5
14. 1946 Galindo - Tabay 1455 7
15. 1947 Galindo 653 61
16. 1948 Casas Galindo - Sangalhos 279 169
17. 1949 Peugeot - Dunlop 129 291
Overall: 12625 169