Javier Castellar

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Javier Castellar Devis
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Born (1961-04-13) April 13, 1961 (age 61)
Masamagrell, Spain
NationalitySpainish
CitizenshipSpain
OccupationProfessional cyclist
Years active1984 - 1988

Javier Castellar Devis (born 18 Abril 1961) He is a former Spanish professional cyclist. He was a professional between 1984 and 1988 without interruption.

He made his debut on the Kelme team where he spent most of his sports career.[1]

One of his successes as a professional was the bronze medal achieved in the 1985 Spanish Road Championship, held in Valladolid. It was only surpassed by José Luis Navarro and Peio Ruiz Cabestany, who were gold and silver respectively.

Another of his great successes was the victory at the Camp de Morvedre in 1985, where he prevailed ahead of Bernard Hinault.

Currently, it is the President of the podium sports club, where his commitment and vocation are to foster a passion for cycling, and to attract the eyes of the world towards this sport through the organization of different events.[2]

During his time as an organizer, he has made legends such as Induráin[3], Basso or Contador, dispute his Criterium, "and they have always returned. They love this city, the attentions of the people and, in addition, they enjoy the test. "They always emphasize to me the openness of the Valencian character. They are surprised, they tell me about it. They like to see how the city has grown. Valencia has magic".[4]


Career achievements

1978 (juniores)

  • 2nd in National Championship, Road, Juniors, Spain, Spain.

1982 (diletantes)

  • 1st in National Championship, Road, Amateurs, Spain, Albuixech (Valencian Community), Spain.

1983 (diletantes)

  • 1st in Final General Classification Volta Ciclista Tarragona Province, Spain.

1984

  • 2nd in Cocentaina, Cocentaina (Valencian Community), Spain.
  • 1st in 5th stage Ronde van Burgos, (Vuelta a Burgos) , Spain.

1985

  • 2nd in Náquera, Náquera (Valencian Community), Spain 1985.
  • 2nd in 1st stage Volta a Galicia, Santiago (Galicia), Spain.
  • 3rd in the Spanish Road Cycling Championship 1985
  • 1st in Estivella, back to Camp de Morvedre (Valencian Community), Spain.
  • 6th in stage 16 Vuelta España, Albacete-Alcalá de Henares, Spain.

1986

  • 1st in Picaña, Picaña (Valencian Community), Spain.
  • 1st in 1st stage Ronde van Asturië, (Vuelta a Asturias) , Spain.
  • 8th in Barcelona - Andorra, Andorra (Andorra la Vella), Andorra.

1987

  • 4th in 2nd stage Vuelta a Colombia, Bogotá (Special District), Colombia.
  • 1st in 4th stage of the Vuelta a Colombia 1987, Ibagué (Tolima), Colombia.
  • 3rd in 7th stage Vuelta a Colombia, Pereira (Risaralda), Colombia.
  • 5th in 3rd stage Ronde van Catalonië, (Volta Ciclista a Catalunya) , Barcelona (Catalonia), Spain.
  • 8th in 12th stage Vuelta España, Cangan de Onis-Oviedo, Spain.
  • 9th in 17th stage Vuelta España, Ponferrada-Valladolid, Spain.

1988

  • 1st in Alquerías (a), Alquerías (Murcia), Spain.

Grand Tour general classification results timeline

Grand Tour (cycling) 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988
General classification in the Vuelta a España|Vuelta a España 1985 Vuelta a España 1986 Vuelta a España 1987 Vuelta a España 1988 Vuelta a España
General classification in the Giro d'Italia|Giro d'Italia —]] 1985 Giro d'Italia 1986 Giro d'Italia 1987 Giro d'Italia 1988 Giro d'Italia
General classification in the Tour de France 1984 Tour de France 1985 Tour de France 1986 Tour de France 1987 Tour de France 1988 Tour de France
Legend
Did not compete
DNF Did not finish

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