|4.||1998||Euskaltel - Euskadi||129||304|
|6.||2000||Vitalicio Seguros - Grupo Generali||425||146|
|7.||2001||Once - Eroski - Würth||1407||16|
|8.||2002||Once - Eroski||1588||14|
|9.||2003||Once - Eroski||580||95|
|11.||2005||Liberty Seguros - Wurth Team||110||447|
Igor González de Galdeano Aranzabal (born 1 November 1973 in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque Country) is a Spanish former professional road bicycle racer and most recenetly, the team manager of UCI ProTeam Euskaltel–Euskadi. Following a promising start to his career at Vitalicio Seguros, where he finished the 1999 Vuelta a España in second place, González de Galdeano became a key rival of Lance Armstrong in the middle of his Tour de France supremacy. In the 2002 Tour de France, González de Galdeano wore the yellow jersey for seven days and in the 2003 Vuelta a España wore the gold jersey for one day. At an average speed of 55.17 km/h, González de Galdeano also holds the record for the fastest stage win in the Vuelta a España, a feat which earned him the nickname Speedy González.