Melcior Mauri

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Melcior Mauri Prat (born 8 April 1966 in Vic) is a Spanish retired cyclist who won the 1991 Vuelta a España. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Melcior Mauri has received more than 15,492 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Melcior Mauri is the 401st most popular cyclist, the 1,803rd most popular biography from Spain and the 34th most popular Spanish Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Melcior Mauri ranks 401 out of 1,212. Before him are David Millar, José Azevedo, Giovanni Lombardi, Tom Steels, Luis León Sánchez, and Mathew Hayman. After him are Marianne Vos, Bobby Julich, Kurt Asle Arvesen, Richard Carapaz, Dunc Gray, and Óscar Sevilla.

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Among people born in 1966, Melcior Mauri ranks 453Before him are Liz Cheney, Aasif Mandvi, Diedrich Bader, Ann Leckie, Oleksandr Bagach, and Andrea Temesvári. After him are Sean Kinney, Cressida Cowell, Heimo Pfeifenberger, Chokri El Ouaer, Patrick Volkerding, and Mohammed Chaouch.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Melcior Mauri ranks 1,803 out of 2,595. Before him are Pablo Alborán (1989), Gorka Iraizoz (1981), María Dolores de Cospedal (1965), Salva (1961), Luis León Sánchez (1983), and Delfí Geli (1969). After him are Luis García (1981), Fele Martínez (1975), Trinidad Jiménez (1962), Andreu Fontàs (1989), Pol Espargaró (1991), and Miguel Ángel Muñoz (1983).

Among CYCLISTS In Spain

Among cyclists born in Spain, Melcior Mauri ranks 34Before him are Iban Mayo (1977), Francisco Mancebo (1976), Álvaro Pino (1956), Isaac Gálvez (1975), Juan José Cobo (1981), and Luis León Sánchez (1983). After him are Óscar Sevilla (1976), Haimar Zubeldia (1977), Xavier Tondo (1978), Igor González de Galdeano (1973), José Luis Arrieta (1971), and Javier Otxoa (1974).