List of teams and cyclists in the 2006 Vuelta a España

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The list of teams and cyclists in the 2006 Vuelta a España contains the professional road bicycle racers who competed at the 2006 Vuelta a España from August 26 to September 17, 2006.[1][2]

Rabobank
Netherlands RAB
Nr. Age Pos.
1 Denis Menchov 28 Russia DNF
2 Mauricio Ardila Cano 27 Colombia 67
3 Theo Eltink 24 Netherlands 24
4 William Walker 20 Australia 112
5 Pedro Horrillo 31 Spain 106
6 Michael Boogerd 34 Netherlands DNF[3]
7 Grischa Niermann 30 Germany 72
8 Michael Rasmussen 32 Denmark DNF[4]
9 Pieter Weening 25 Netherlands 61
Team manager:
Team CSC
Denmark CSC
Nr. Age Pos.
11 Carlos Sastre 31 Spain 4
12 Kurt Asle Arvesen 31 Norway 46
13 Lars Bak 26 Denmark 21
14 Fabian Cancellara 25 Switzerland DNF[3]
15 Íñigo Cuesta 37 Spain 27
16 Marcus Ljungqvist 31 Sweden 53
17 Stuart O'Grady 32 Australia 65
18 Volodymyr Hustov 29 Ukraine 54
19 Nicki Sørensen 31 Denmark 28
Team manager:
AG2R Prévoyance
France A2R
Nr. Age Pos.
21 Cyril Dessel 31 France DNF[3]
22 José Luis Arrieta 35 Spain 44
23 Mikel Astarloza 26 Spain 56
24 Iñigo Chaurreau 33 Spain 26
25 Hubert Dupont 25 France 40
26 Stéphane Goubert 36 France 29
27 David Navas 32 Spain 126
28 Jean-Patrick Nazon 29 France 105
29 Alexandre Usov 29 Belarus 89
Team manager:
Bouygues Télécom
France BTL
Nr. Age Pos.
31 Walter Bénéteau 34 France 83
32 Mathieu Claude 23 France DNF
33 Pierre Drancourt 24 France 108
34 Xavier Florencio 26 Spain DNF[3]
35 Anthony Geslin 26 France DNF[3]
36 Christophe Kern 25 France DNF
37 Rony Martias 26 France DNF[5]
38 Jérôme Pineau 26 France DNF
39 Franck Rénier 32 France 121
Team manager:
Crédit Agricole
France C.A
Nr. Age Pos.
41 László Bodrogi 29 Hungary 76
42 Pietro Caucchioli 30 Italy 37
43 Anthony Charteau 27 France DNF[5]
44 Dmitriy Fofonov 30 Kazakhstan 32
45 Thor Hushovd 28 Norway 82
46 Mads Kaggestad 29 Norway 132
47 Cyril Lemoine 23 France 134
48 Mark Renshaw 23 Australia DNF[3]
49 Benoît Poilvet 30 France 55
Team manager:
Caisse d'Epargne–Illes Balears
Spain CEI
Nr. Age Pos.
51 Alejandro Valverde 26 Spain 2
52 Óscar Pereiro 29 Spain 49
53 David Arroyo 26 Spain 19
54 José Vicente García 34 Spain 104
55 Joan Horrach 32 Spain 79
56 Vladimir Karpets 25 Russia 8
57 Pablo Lastras 30 Spain 48
58 Joaquim Rodríguez 27 Spain 17
59 Xabier Zandio 29 Spain 22
Team manager:
Cofidis
France COF
Nr. Age Pos.
61 Frédéric Bessy 34 France 41
62 Leonardo Duque 26 Colombia 80
63 Bingen Fernández 33 Spain 85
64 Geoffroy Lequatre 25 France 103
65 Thierry Marichal 33 Belgium 45
66 Sébastien Minard 24 France 43
67 Hervé Duclos-Lassalle 26 France DNF
68 Luis Pérez Rodriguez 32 Spain 10
69 Staf Scheirlinckx 27 Belgium 86
Team manager:
Discovery Channel
United States DSC
Nr. Age Pos.
71 Michael Barry 30 Canada 77
72 Manuel Beltrán 35 Spain 9
73 Janez Brajkovič 22 Slovenia 30
74 Tom Danielson 28 United States 6
75 Stijn Devolder 26 Belgium 11
76 Vladimir Gusev 24 Russia 23
77 Benoît Joachim 30 Luxembourg 66
78 Egoi Martínez 27 Spain 12,
(KOM)
79 Jurgen Van Goolen 26 Belgium 39
Team manager:
Davitamon–Lotto
Belgium DVL
Nr. Age Pos.
81 Olivier Kaisen 22 Belgium 110
82 Robbie McEwen 34 Australia DNF
83 Pieter Mertens 26 Belgium 75
84 Fred Rodriguez 33 United States 109
85 Wim De Vocht 24 Belgium DNF
86 Bart Dockx 24 Belgium DNF[4]
87 Christopher Horner 35 United States 20
88 Josep Jufré 31 Spain DNF
89 Bjorn Leukemans 29 Belgium 93
Team manager:
Euskaltel–Euskadi
Spain EUS
Nr. Age Pos.
91 Samuel Sánchez 28 Spain 7
92 Haimar Zubeldia 29 Spain 34
93 Iban Mayo 29 Spain 35
94 Igor Antón 23 Spain 15
95 Markel Irizar 26 Spain 94
96 Iñaki Isasi 29 Spain DNF
97 Iñigo Landaluze 29 Spain 60
98 Aketza Peña 25 Spain 52
99 Rubén Pérez 24 Spain 69
Team manager:
Française des Jeux
France FDJ
Nr. Age Pos.
101 Jérémy Roy 23 France 122
102 Fabien Patanchon 23 France 128
103 Ian McLeod 25 South Africa 99
104 Éric Leblacher 28 France 33
105 Sébastien Joly 27 France 68
106 Frédéric Finot 29 France DNF[3]
107 Bernhard Eisel 25 Austria DNF[3]
108 Christophe Detilloux 32 Belgium DNF
109 Freddy Bichot 26 France DNF
Team manager:
Gerolsteiner
Germany GST
Nr. Age Pos.
111 Davide Rebellin 35 Italy DNF[6]
112 Robert Förster 28 Germany 130
113 Markus Fothen 24 Germany DNF[7]
114 René Haselbacher 28 Austria DNF[3]
115 Heinrich Haussler 22 Germany 92
116 Torsten Hiekmann 26 Germany 57
117 Andrea Moletta 27 Italy DNF[7]
118 Sven Montgomery 30 Switzerland DNF[7]
119 Marcel Strauss 30 Switzerland DNF[5]
Team manager:
Lampre–Fondital
Italy LAM
Nr. Age Pos.
121 Matteo Carrara 27 Italy DNF[8]
122 Claudio Corioni 23 Italy 107
123 Enrico Franzoi 24 Italy 97
124 David Loosli 26 Switzerland 26
125 Marco Marzano 26 Italy DNF
126 Ruggero Marzoli 30 Italy DNF[6]
127 Danilo Napolitano 25 Italy DNF[3]
128 Evgeni Petrov 28 Russia 18
129 Sylwester Szmyd 28 Poland 41
Team manager:
Liquigas
Italy LIQ
Nr. Age Pos.
131 Danilo Di Luca 30 Italy DNF[9]
132 Dario Andriotto 33 Italy 115
133 Magnus Bäckstedt 31 Sweden 111
134 Kjell Carlström 29 Finland 120
135 Dario Cioni 31 Italy 38
136 Francesco Failli 22 Italy 123
137 Alessandro Spezialetti 31 Italy 100
138 Charlie Wegelius 28 United Kingdom DNF
139 Luca Paolini 29 Italy DNF[3]
Team manager:
Team Milram
Italy MRM
Nr. Age Pos.
141 Alessandro Petacchi 32 Italy DNF[3]
142 Erik Zabel 36 Germany 62
143 Daniel Becke 28 Germany DNF[9]
144 Enrico Poitschke 37 Germany 133
145 Volodymyr Dyudya 23 Ukraine DNF
146 Alberto Ongarato 31 Italy 131
147 Fabio Sacchi 32 Italy 96
148 Sebastian Siedler 28 Germany 127
149 Marco Velo 32 Italy 118
Team manager:
Phonak
Switzerland PHO
Nr. Age Pos.
151 Martín Perdiguero 33 Spain DNF
152 Aurélien Clerc 27 Switzerland 114
153 Luis Fernández 26 Spain 90
154 Ryder Hesjedal 25 Canada DNF[4]
155 Nicolas Jalabert 33 France DNF
156 Steve Morabito 23 Switzerland 84
157 Uroš Murn 31 Slovenia 113
158 Florian Stalder 23 Switzerland 73
159 Steve Zampieri 29 Switzerland DNF
Team manager:
Quick-Step–Innergetic
Belgium QSI
Nr. Age Pos.
161 Paolo Bettini 32 Italy DNF[9]
162 Davide Vigano 22 Italy 117
163 Kevin van Impe 25 Belgium 129
164 Matteo Tosatto 32 Italy DNF[4]
165 Sébastien Rosseler 25 Belgium 116
166 Kevin Hulsmans 28 Belgium 95
167 José Antonio Garrido 30 Spain 59
168 Addy Engels 29 Netherlands 124
169 Kevin De Weert 24 Belgium 74
Team manager:
Relax-Gam
Spain REG
Nr. Age Pos.
171 Nácor Burgos 29 Spain DNF[3]
172 Mario De Sárraga 26 Spain 102
173 José Miguel Elías 29 Spain 25
174 Raúl García 24 Spain 51
175 Jorge García 26 Spain 87
176 David George 30 South Africa 70
177 Daniel Moreno 24 Spain 36
178 Jesús Hernández 24 Spain DNF[3]
179 Angel Vallejo 25 Spain 58
Team manager:
Saunier Duval–Prodir
Spain SDV
Nr. Age Pos.
181 Alberto Benitez Ramon 24 Spain 101
182 José Gómez Marchante 26 Spain 5
183 David Millar 29 United Kingdom 64
184 David Cañada 31 Spain 88
185 Juan José Cobo 25 Spain DNF
186 Leonardo Piepoli 34 Italy 13
187 David De La Fuente 25 Spain 71
188 Ángel Gómez 25 Spain DNF[7]
189 Francisco Ventoso 24 Spain 78
Team manager:
T-Mobile Team
Germany TMO
Nr. Age Pos.
191 Lorenzo Bernucci 26 Italy DNF[10]
192 Scott Davis 27 Australia 91
193 Bastiaan Giling 23 Netherlands 125
194 André Greipel 24 Germany DNF
195 Bernhard Kohl 24 Austria DNF
196 André Korff 33 Germany DNF
197 Daniele Nardello 34 Italy 50
198 Stephan Schreck 28 Germany 81
199 Thomas Ziegler 25 Germany DNF
Team manager:
Astana
Spain AWT
Nr. Age Pos.
201 Alexander Vinokourov 32 Kazakhstan 1
202 Carlos Barredo 25 Spain 42
203 Assan Bazayev 25 Kazakhstan 98
204 José Antonio Redondo 21 Spain 47
205 Andrey Kashechkin 26 Kazakhstan 3
206 Aaron Kemps 22 Australia 119
207 Sérgio Paulinho 26 Portugal 16
208 Luis Sanchez Gil 22 Spain DNF
209 Sergei Yakovlev 30 Kazakhstan 31
Team manager:

See also

References

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