Aniceto Utset

Aniceto Utset (17 January 1932 11 November 1998)[3] was a Spanish professional cyclist, who was professional between from 1954 to 1961. He retired from cycling at the end of the 1961 season.[4] He was third in the Spanish climbing championship in 1957 and made his debut in the Vuelta a España in 1958.[5]

Spanish cyclist
Aniceto Utset
Personal information
Born (1932-01-17)17 January 1932
Terrassa, Catalonia, Spain
Died 11 November 1998(1998-11-11) (aged 66)
Terrassa, Catalonia, Spain[1]
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional teams
1954–1955 Peña Nicky’s
1956–1957 Mobylette
1958 Ignis–Doniselli
1959 Licor 43
1959 Faema–Guerra
1960 Kas
1961 Catigene
Major wins
Volta a Catalunya (1956)[2]

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Aniceto Utset was born in Terrassa, Catalonia on January 1, 1932 and died in Terrassa, Catalonia at the age of 66.[6] He finished 1st in the general classification of the 1956 Volta a Catalunya road race, and he also finished 3rd general classification of the 1958 Volta a Catalunya road race. He won the Trofeo Jaumendreu trophy in 1954.[7]

Aniceto Utset turned professional with the Mobylette team.[8] His cycling career spanned 8 seasons. He competed as a professional with Peña Nicky’s in 1954-1955 and mobylette 1956-1961.[9] Utset contested the Vuelta a España from 1958 to 1961 and the 1959 Tour de France.[10]

1954
1st Trofeo Jaumendreu[11]
3rd Trofeo Borras
1956
1st Overall Volta a Catalunya
2nd GP Martorell
7th Trofeo Jaumendreu[12]
1957
1st Bellpuig
1st Tarrasa
3rd Montornés
1958
3rd Overall Volta a Catalunya
1959
1st Stage 5 Vuelta a Andalucia
1960
3rd GP Ayutamiento de Bilbao
3rd Trofeo Masferrer
1961
1st Stage 7 Vuelta a Andalucia
1st Gran Premio Ayuntamiento de Tarrega
3rd Montblanch

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