CYCLIST

Marino Lejarreta

1957 - Today

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Marino Lejarreta Arrizabalaga (born 14 May 1957) is a retired Basque professional road racing cyclist. His biggest victory was capturing the 1982 Vuelta a España, a Grand Tour stage race, and he is the inaugural and record three-time winner of the Clásica de San Sebastián (1981, 1982, 1987), which is now considered a one-day classic. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Marino Lejarreta has received more than 33,108 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia. Marino Lejarreta is the 298th most popular cyclist (down from 256th in 2019), the 1,751st most popular biography from Spain (down from 1,555th in 2019) and the 21st most popular Cyclist.

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Among CYCLISTS

Among cyclists, Marino Lejarreta ranks 298 out of 1,214Before him are Bernt Johansson, Wout van Aert, Ugo Colombo, Thor Hushovd, Lionel Cox, and Fränk Schleck. After him are Nino Borsari, Thomas Shardelow, Roberto Visentini, Mathieu van der Poel, Tom Dumoulin, and Giuseppe Beghetto.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1957, Marino Lejarreta ranks 420Before him are Karl Allgöwer, Nick de Firmian, Patricia Tallman, Hans-Peter Friedrich, Juan José Ibarretxe, and Yury Usachov. After him are Jo Jorgensen, Manuel Preciado Rebolledo, Gul Mohammed, Yoshio Kato, Roberto Visentini, and Lorenzo di Bonaventura.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Marino Lejarreta ranks 1,751 out of 2,932Before him are Enrique Saura (1954), Rafael Alkorta (1968), Grand Duke George Mikhailovich of Russia (1981), Sandra Sánchez (1981), Juan José Ibarretxe (1957), and Andoni Iraola (1982). After him are Jordi Roura (1967), Ismael Urzaiz (1971), Carme Elías (1951), Manuel Preciado Rebolledo (1957), Ruth Beitia (1979), and Manuela Velasco (1975).

Among CYCLISTS In Spain

Among cyclists born in Spain, Marino Lejarreta ranks 21Before him are Antonio Suárez (1932), Carlos Sastre (1975), Óscar Freire (1976), Roberto Heras (1974), Abraham Olano (1970), and Jesús Loroño (1926). After him are Joseba Beloki (1973), Joaquim Rodríguez (1979), Samuel Sánchez (1978), Óscar Pereiro (1977), Fernando Escartín (1968), and José María Jiménez (1971).