Combination classification in the Vuelta a España
|Competition||Vuelta a España|
|Given for||Winner combination classification|
|Local name||Jersey Blanco|
|Editions||27 (as of 2015)|
|First winner||Guido Reybrouck (BEL)|
|Most wins||Alejandro Valverde (ESP) (3 wins)|
|Most recent||Joaquim Rodríguez (ESP)|
The combination classification is one of the primary awards in the Vuelta a España cycling stage race. This classification is calculated by adding the numeral ranks of each cyclist in the general, points, and mountains classifications (a rider must have a score in all classifications possible to qualify for the combination classification), with the lowest cumulative total signifying the leader of this competition.
Since 2006, the leader of the classification wears a white jersey; in 2005 it was a golden-green jersey.
The award strongly favours top riders in the competition. Since its re-introduction in 2002, it has only been won by someone other than the race's overall winner four times: in 2002, 2003, 2012, and 2015. On all four of those occasions, the winning cyclist was placed either second or third in the overall classification.
|1||Valverde, AlejandroAlejandro Valverde (ESP)||3||2003, 2009, 2012|
|2||Contador, AlbertoAlberto Contador (ESP)||2||2008, 2014|
|Echave, FedericoFederico Echave (ESP)||2||1990, 1991|
|Heras, RobertoRoberto Heras (ESP)||2||2002, 2004|
|Sean Kelly (IRL)||2||1986, 1988|
|Menchov, DenisDenis Menchov (RUS)||2||2005, 2007|