Historic Overview Miguel Induráin

Rider

Overall Rank21
NameMiguel INDURÁIN
Country
  Spain
Date of birth16-Jul-1964 - Villava (Navarra)
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Biography

Miguel Induráin

Miguel Induráin Larraya (Spanish pronunciation: [miˈɣel induˈɾain laˈraʝa]; born 16 July 1964) is a retired Spanish road racing cyclist.

Induráin won five consecutive Tours de France from 1991 to 1995, the fourth, and last, to win five times. He won the Giro d'Italia twice, becoming one of seven people to achieve the Giro-Tour double in the same season. He wore the race leader's yellow jersey in the Tour de France for 60 days. Since the revoking of Lance Armstrong's seven wins, he now holds the record for the most consecutive Tour de France wins and shares the record for most wins with Jacques Anquetil, Bernard Hinault and Eddy Merckx.

Induráin's ability and physical size—1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) and 80 kilograms (176 lb)—earned him the nickname "Miguelón" or "Big Mig". He was the youngest rider ever to win the Spanish amateur national road championship, when he was 18, at 20 the youngest rider to lead the Vuelta a España, and at 20 he won a stage of the Tour de l'Avenir.

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Major Victories

Tour de France 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995
Giro d'Italia 1992, 1993
Dauphiné Libéré 1995, 1996
Clasica San Sebastian 1990
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya 1988, 1991, 1992
Paris - Nice 1989, 1990
G.P. du Midi-Libre 1995
Critérium International 1989
Vuelta a Murcia 1986
Tour de France - stages 1989 (1), 1991 (2), 1992 (3), 1993 (2), 1994 (1), 1995 (2)
Giro d'Italia - stages 1992 (2), 1993 (2)
Vuelta al Pais Vasco - stages 1990 (1)
Dauphiné Libéré - stages 1995 (1), 1996 (2)
Tour de Romandie - stages 1992 (1)
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya - stages 1988 (1), 1991 (1)
Paris - Nice - stages 1990 (1)
Critérium International - stages 1989 (1)
Vuelta a Murcia - stages 1986 (1), 1987 (1)
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Seasons

Miguel Induráin - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1984 Reynolds 7 614
2. 1985 Reynolds - TS Batteries 267 190
3. 1986 Reynolds - Reynolon 585 81
4. 1987 Reynolds - Seur - TS Batteries 671 75
5. 1988 Reynolds - Reynolon - Pinarello 907 44
6. 1989 Reynolds 1919 9
7. 1990 Banesto 2880 2
8. 1991 Banesto 3042 2
9. 1992 Banesto 4068 1
10. 1993 Banesto 3296 3
11. 1994 Banesto 2548 4
12. 1995 Banesto 3070 2
13. 1996 Banesto 2123 9
Overall: 25383 21