Historic Overview Dalmacio Langarica Lizasoain

Rider

Overall Rank1005
NameDalmacio LANGARICA LIZASOAIN
Country
  Spain
Date of birth05-Dec-1919 - Ochandiano (Euskadi/Pais Vasco)
Date of death24-Jan-1985 - Basauri (Euskadi/Pais Vasco)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Dalmacio Langarica Lizasoain (5 December 1919 – 24 January 1985) was a Spanish professional road racing cyclist during the 1940s and 1950s and a directeur sportif in the 1970s.

Langarica rode to victory over 23 stages and across 3,797 km (2,359 mi) to win the sixth edition of his country's Grand Tour, the 1946 Vuelta a España. He was accompanied to the podium by runner-up Julián Berrendero, third place Jan Lambrichs, fourth place Manuel Costa and defending champion Delio Rodriguez in fifth place.

At the 1948 Vuelta, Langarica tried desperately to best eventual winner Bernardo Ruiz but suffered a bad fall during the stage between A Coruña and Ourense. He ended finishing fourth overall and second in the climbers classification.

After finishing his competitive cycling career, Langarica became a directeur sportif, including serving as manager for the all-Spaniard cycling team, KAS, which included Francisco Galdós, who finished in 8th place (the highest finish of a Spaniard at the 1970 Tour de France.

source - Wikipedia

Badges

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Major Victories

Vuelta a España 1946
Vuelta a Guipúzcoa 1945
G.P. Vizcaya 1945
Vuelta a España - stages 1946 (5), 1948 (3)
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya - stages 1944 (1), 1948 (1), 1950 (1)
Vuelta a Valencia - stages 1944 (1)
Euskal Bizikleta - stages 1952 (1)
Vuelta a Guipúzcoa - stages 1945 (1)
Circuito del Norte - stages 1945 (1)
More results

Seasons

Dalmacio Langarica Lizasoain - Scores by Season


Year Team Score Rank
1. 1943 Sociedad Ciclista Bilbaina 138 132
2. 1944 Gallastegui 501 10
3. 1945 Gallastegui 485 24
4. 1946 Galindo - Tabay 1338 9
5. 1947 Dalton Auto 228 197
6. 1948 Casas Galindo - Sangalhos 1167 21
7. 1949 Peugeot - Dunlop 64 474
8. 1950 Berkel 197 267
9. 1951 Paloma - Duralca 275 161
10. 1952 Torpado 10 893
11. 1953 Individual 246 175
12. 1954 Feru 213 208
13. 1955 Mariotas 0 1491
Overall: 4862 1005