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SEEK THE SPANISH CYCLING TOUR DE FRANCE. Rigoberto Uran finished in 14th place.
The Spanish Alberto Contador (Saxo Tinkoff) continues to make history in the big races and scored his second Giro d'Italia, which is his seventh victory in the three great powers in stages, and also has three titles in the Tour of Spain and two on the Tour de France.
Contador retained the lead in the final fraction of the test, a distance of 178 kilometers between Turin and Milan. The Italian Fabio Aru finished second in the overall standings and his teammate at Astana Mikel Landa was third.
Alberto Contador, who won his first Giro in 2008, and the French Bernard Hinault are the ones who have won three road events: the Giro d'Italia, the Tour of Spain and Tour of France. The Spanish crown seventh places in fourth place in the list of big winners on the road of all time behind Eddy Merckx with 11 titles, Hinault (10) and Jacques Anquetil (8). Miguel Indurain and Fausto Coppi also have seven.
Contador, who lost his Tour titles in 2010 and 2012 Giro because he tested positive in a doping test, now attempt to become the first rider to achieve a Giro / Tour double, since Marco Pantani did in 1998.
However, Contador faces stiff competition because the candidates before the Tour de France as Chris Froome, Nairo Quintana, Vincenzo Nibali and Thibaut Pinot.
The Costa Rican Andrey Amador of Movistar was fourth in qualifying and Latin America with the best time in this year's Giro, eight minutes and ten seconds of Contador after three weeks of competition.
Rigoberto Uran, the great hope of Colombia in the Italian round, finished in 14th place in the overall standings, after being second on the podium of the great competition during the 2014 and 2013 seasons.

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