Alberto Contador

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Alberto Contador Velasco (Spanish pronunciation: [alˈβeɾto kontaˈðoɾ βeˈlasko]; born 6 December 1982) is a Spanish former professional cyclist. He is one of the most successful riders of his era, winning the Tour de France twice (2007, 2009), the Giro d'Italia twice (2008, 2015), and the Vuelta a España three times (2008, 2012, 2014). He is one of only seven riders to have won all three Grand Tours of cycling, and one of only two riders to have won all three more than once. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alberto Contador has received more than 1,365,112 page views. His biography is available in 62 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 60 in 2019). Alberto Contador is the 54th most popular cyclist (down from 51st in 2019), the 883rd most popular biography from Spain (down from 708th in 2019) and the 5th most popular Spanish Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Alberto Contador ranks 54 out of 1,212Before him are Lucien Buysse, Freddy Maertens, Sylvère Maes, José Manuel Fuente, Léon Scieur, and Luigi Ganna. After him are Tony Rominger, Maurice De Waele, Francesco Moser, Gastone Nencini, Jean Robic, and Romain Maes.

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Among people born in 1982, Alberto Contador ranks 22Before him are Nick Vujicic, Yelena Isinbayeva, Thiago Motta, Hyun Bin, Pepe Reina, and Paul Wesley. After him are Cory Monteith, Michael Essien, Nicki Minaj, Elisha Cuthbert, Son Ye-jin, and Antonio Cassano.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Alberto Contador ranks 883 out of 2,595Before him are Juan Alonso (1927), Úrsula Corberó (1989), Javier Irureta (1948), Joan Brossa (1919), Diego Martínez Barrio (1883), and Pahiño (1923). After him are Antonio López García (1936), José Antonio Reyes (1983), Juan de Garay (1528), Joseph Oller (1839), Ferran Olivella (1936), and Ricardo Viñes (1875).

Among CYCLISTS In Spain

Among cyclists born in Spain, Alberto Contador ranks 5Before him are Miguel Induráin (1964), Federico Bahamontes (1928), Luis Ocaña (1945), and José Manuel Fuente (1945). After him are Julio Jiménez (1934), Vicente Trueba (1905), Pedro Delgado (1960), Alejandro Valverde (1980), Carlos Sastre (1975), Fernand Sanz (1881), and Emilio Rodríguez (1923).

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