|Full name||Winner Andrew Anacona Gomez|
|Born|| 11 August 1988 |
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 â2 in)|
|Weight||65 kg (143 lb)|
|Current team||Movistar Team|
|2008||Centri della Calzatura-Partizan (stagiaire)|
Champion Andrew Anacona Gomez (given birth to 11 August 1988) is a Colombian professional street cyclist, currently traveling for Movistar Group.
He impressed the group managers after obtaining second host to the 2011 Girobio, a smaller sized version from the Giro d'Italia for younger riders. The group agreed upon him for 2012 and 2013. In Dec 2012, Anacona was wounded in an exercise crash, after he collided using a dog. He experienced a damaged peroneal malleolus and dislocated his ankle joint bone.In the mountainous 2014 Tour of Utah, Anacona helped his leader Chris Horner have the second host to the competition, taking the 3rd step from the podium himself. In the mountaintop surface finish of Stage 9 from the 2014 Vuelta a España, Anacona nearly got the leader's shirt by soloing towards the range for the stage success. He attacked from a breakaway of 31 riders and skipped the top place in the entire classification by only 9 seconds.He was named after cyclists Peter Winnen and Andrew Hampsten, but because of a blunder, his initial name became Champion rather than Winnen.In 2015, Anacona visited Movistar on the 2-year contract. He was called in the beginning list for the 2015 Tour de France.
2006 Country wide Junior Monitor Championships 1st Group pursuit 1st Factors race 1st Period trial, Country wide Junior Street Championships 2009 10th GP Industrie del Marmo 2010 8th Overall Girobio 10th Trofeo Gianfranco Bianchin 2011 2nd Overall Girobio 1st Stage 5 6th Trofeo Gianfranco Bianchin 2012 10th Overall Tour of Slovenia 2014 1st Stage 9 Vuelta a España 2nd Street race, National Street Championships 3rd Overall Tour of Utah 2015 6th Overall Vuelta a Burgos 2016 6th Overall Vuelta a Castilla y León 9th Overall Abu Dhabi Tour
Grand Tour general classification results timeline
Grand Tour 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Giro d'Italia — — 62 — — 25 Tour de France — — — 57 69 — Vuelta a España 19 105 27 — — — Story — Didn't compete DNF Didn't finish