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1941 Vuelta a España

3rd Edition: June 12 - July 6, 1941

Vuelta a España main page | 1936 edition | 1942 edition | List of stages | Stage results and running GC | Final 1941 Vuelta GC

Julian Berrendero

1941 Vuelta a España winner Julian Berrendero

The race: Unipublic, an earlier organizer of the Vuelta, has generously given me permission to post their history of the Vuelta. This text is Copyright Unipublic.

The first Vuelta a España after the Spanish Civil War had a clear Spanish protagonism. The Second World War caused a considerable reduction in the presence of foreign riders and just four Swiss riders started the race. This edition will remain in our minds not only thanks to the triumph achieved by a Spanish rider but also thanks to the twelve stages won by Delio Rodriguez one of the best sprinters in the history of Spanish cycling. Nevertheless, that sensational number of achievements were not enough to guarantee him a place among the first five classified riders in the Individual overall Standings.

Berrendero and Fermín Trueba delighted the enthusiasts with an spectacular duel, which kept their interest until the last day of the race and which ended with the victory of the former, who rounded off the race in a 53-kilometer long time trial between Gijón and Oviedo, in which he took a four-minute lead over Trueba; this rider suffered a puncture which made him lose all his options to the final triumph. We must take into account that, at that time, all the punctures and damages had to be mended by the riders themselves who faced the stages equipped with a spare inner tube, which they had to use very frequently.

Fermín Trueba's victory in the Top stage of the race, which ended in Santander, was not enough to award him the final triumph, though it allowed him the leadership in the Climbers Overall Standings taking a one-point lead over Berrendero. These three riders, main protagonists in this third edition, were very fond of Real Club Deportivo Español and therefore their great performance in the race was also useful to torment their opponents who were faithful followers of the F. C. Barcelona; Trueba, Berrendero and Rodriguez virtually pushed them into the background.

  • 32 starters, 16 classified finishers
  • 22 stages totalling 4,432 kilometers raced at an average speed of 26.262 km/hr
  • 1941 Vuelta a España GC leader wore a white jersey.

1941 Vuelta a España stages:

1. Madrid - Salamanca, 210 km
2. Salamanca - Caceres, 214 km
3. Caceres - Sevilla, 270 km
4. Sevilla - Malaga, 212 km
5. Malaga - Almeria, 220 km
6. Almeria - Murcia, 223 km
7. Murcia - Valencia, 248 km
8. Valencia - Tarragona, 279 km
9. Tarragona - Barcelona, 112 km
10. Barcelona - Zaragoza, 306 km
11. Zaragoza - Logrono, 174 km
12. Logrono - San Sebastian, 209 km
13. San Sebastian - Bilbao, 160 km
14. Bilbao - Santander, 213 km
15. Santander - Gijon, 192 km
16. Gijon - Oviedo, 53 km individual time trial
17. Oviedo - Luarca, 101 km
18. Luarca - La Coruna, 219 km
19. La Coruna - Vigo, 178 km
20. Vigo - Verin, 178 km
21. Verin - Valladolid, 301 km
22. Valladolid - Madrid, 198 km

Complete Final General Classification:

As published in 1941:

1. Julián Berrendero (RCD Español)  168hr 45min 26sec
2. Fermín Trueba (RCD Español) @ 1min 7sec
3. José Jabardo (RCD Español) @ 5min 42sec
4. Delio Rodríguez (RCD Español) @ 29min 13sec
5. Antonio Andrés Sancho (FC Barcelona) @ 35min 40sec
6. Antonio Escuriet (FC Barcelona) @ 36min 3sec
7. Antonio Martín (RCD Español) @ 46min 4sec
8. Vicente Carretero (FC Barcelona) @ 54min 25sec
9. José Cano @ 1hr 5min 40sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo (FC Barcelona) @ 1hr 23min 53sec
11. José Botanch (FC Barcelona) @ 1hr 31min 41sec
12. Benito Cabestreros @ 2hr 28min 55sec
13. Miguel Carrión @ 3hr  46min 45sec
14. Cayetano Martín @ 5hr 25min 31sec
15. Emile Waucher (Suiza) @ 6hr 10min 10sec
16. Martín Santos @ 7hr 0min 32sec

Today's revised official complete final GC:

1. Julián Berrendero (RCD Español)  168hr 45min 26sec
2. Fermín Trueba (RCD Español) @ 1min 7sec
3. José Jabardo @ 6min 32sec
4. Delio Rodríguez (RCD Español) @ 29min 17sec
5. Antonio Andrés Sancho (FC Barcelona) @ 35min 40sec
6. Antonio Escuriet @ 35min 57sec
7. Antonio Martín (RCD Español) @ 46min 4sec
8. Vicente Carretero @ 54min 25sec
9. José Cano @ 1hr 5min 40sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo (FC Barcelona) @ 1hr 24min 13sec
11. José Botanch (FC Barcelona) @ 1hr 32min 1sec
12. Benito Cabestreros @ 1hr 33min 23sec
13. Miguel Carrión @ 1hr  40min 4sec
14. Cayetano Martín @ 1hr 40min 51sec
15. Emile Waucher (Suiza) @ 2hr 25min 30sec
16. Martín Santos @ 3hr 15min 52sec

Mountain Classification:

1. Fermín Trueba (RCD Español) 32 points
2. Julián Berrendero (RCD Español) 31 points
3. Vicente Carretero 15 points
4. Delio Rodríguez (RCD Español) 11 points
5. José Jabardo 9 points  


1941 Vuelta a España stages with results and running GC

First Stage. June 12, 1941. Madrid-Salamanca. 210 km.

mountainsMajor ascent: Los Leones.

1. Julián Berrendero: 7hr 52min 27sec
2. Delio Rodríguez @ 4sec
3. Fernando Murcia s.t.
4. Vicente Carretero s.t.
5. Antonio Martín s.t.
6. Diego Cháfer s.t.
7. Martín Abadía s.t.
8. José Botanch s.t.
9. Emile Waucher s.t.
10. Fermín Trueba @ 13sec

Second stage. June 13, 1941. Salamanca-Cáceres. 214 kilómetros.

1. Antonio Montes: 6hr 44min 51sec
2. Delio Rodríguez  @ 19min 15sec
3. Vicente Carretero s.t.
4. Federico Ezquerra s.t.
5. José Jabardo s.t.
6. Ernst Wüthrich s.t.
7. Martín Abadía s.t.
8. Benito Cabestreros s.t.
9. Francisco Antonio Andrés Sancho s.t.
10. Isidro Bejerano s.t.

GC after Stage 2:

1. Delio Rodríguez: 14hr 56min 37sec
2. Vicente Carretero s.t.
3. Martín Abadía s.t.
4. José Botanch s.t.
5. Emile Waucher s.t.
6. Fermín Trueba @ 11 sec
7. Antonio Escuriet @ 16 sec
8. Federico Ezquerra s.t.
9. Ernst Wüthrich s.t.
10. Manuel Izquierdo s.t.

Third stage. June 14, 1941. Cáceres-Sevilla. 270 kilómetros.

1. Delio Rodríguez: 9hr 46min 1sec
2. José Campama s.t.
3. José Berrendero s.t.
4. Vicente Carretero s.t.
5. Antonio Martín s.t.
6. Federico Ezquerra s.t.
7. Martín Abadía s.t.
8. Juan Gimeno s.t.
9. Manuel Izquierdo s.t.
10. José Botanch s.t.

GC after Stage 3:

1. Delio Rodríguez: 24hr 42min 38sec
2. Vicente Carretero s.t.
3. Martín Abadía s.t.
4. José Botanch s.t.
5. Emile Waucher s.t.
6. Fermín Trueba @ 9sec
7. Federico Ezquerra @ 14sec
8. Ernst Wüthrich s.t.
9. Antonio Escuriet s.t.
10. Manuel Izquierdo s.t.

Fourth stage. June 16, 1941. Sevilla-Málaga. 212 kilómetros.

1. Antonio Escuriet: 8hr 20min 24sec
2. Julian Berrendero s.t.
3. Fermín Trueba s.t.
4. Federico Ezquerra s.t.
5. José Jabardo s.t.
6. Francisco Antonio Andrés Sancho @ 1min 14sec
7. Juan Gimeno s.t.
8. Isidro Bejerano @ 1min 39sec
9. José Cano @ 2min 24sec
10. Antonio Martín @ 2min 51sec

GC after Fourth stage:

1. Fermín Trueba: 33hr 3min 11sec
2. Federico Ezquerra @ 5sec
3. Antonio Escuriet s.t.
4. Julián Berrendero @ 23sec
5. José Jabardo @ 25sec
6. José Cano @ 2min 51sec
7. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
8. Martín Abadía @ 5min 2sec
9. Vicente Carretero @ 5min 57sec
10. Emile Waucher @ 8min 58sec

Fifth stage. June 17, 1941. Málaga-Almería. 220 kilómetros.

1. Delio Rodríguez: 9hr 1min 9sec
2. Fermín Trueba s.t.
3. Juan Gimeno s.t.
4. Antonio Martín s.t.
5. Federico Ezquerra s.t.
6. Julián Berrendero s.t.
7. José Cano s.t.
8. Fritz Saladín s.t.
9. José Botanch s.t.
10. Benito Cabestreros s.t.

GC after Fifth Stage:

1. Fermín Trueba: 42hr 4min 20sec
2. Federico Ezquerra @ 5sec
3. Antonio Escuriet s.t.
4. Julián Berrendero @ 23sec
5. José Jabardo @ 25sec
6. José Cano @ 2min 51sec
7. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
8. Martín Abadía @ 5min 2sec
9. Delio Rodríguez @ 11min 13sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo @ 12min 19sec

Sixth stage. June 18, 1941. Almería-Murcia. 223 kilómetros.

1. Delio Rodríguez: 7hr 28min 59sec
2. Federico Ezquerra s.t.
3. Vicente Carretero s.t.
4. Juan Gimeno s.t.
5. José Jabardo s.t.
6. Antonio Martín s.t.
7. Fermín Trueba s.t.
8. José Cano s.t.
9. José Botanch s.t.
10. Claudio Leturiaga s.t.

GC after Sixth Stage:

1. Fermín Trueba: 49hr43 min19 sec
2. Federico Ezquerra @ 5sec
3. José Jabardo @ 25sec
4. Julián Berredero @ 1min 51sec
5. José Cano @ 2min 49sec
6. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
7. Antonio Escuriet @ 3min 57sec
8. Martín Abadía @ 8min 55sec
9. Delio Rodríguez @ 11min 13sec
10. Juan Gimeno @ 14min 55sec

Seventh stage. June 19, 1941. Murcia-Valencia. 248 kilómetros.

Major climb: La Carrasqueta

1. Antonio Andrés Sancho: 10hr 7min 48sec
2. Juan Gimeno @ 1min 22sec
3. Delio Rodríguez s.t.
4. Vicente Carretero s.t.
5. José Jabardo s.t.
6. Fermín Trueba s.t.
7. Federico Ezquerra s.t.
8. Julián Berrendero s.t.
9. José Botanch s.t.
10. Benito Cabestreros s.t.

GC after stage seven:

1. Fermín Trueba: 59hr 52min 29sec
2. Federico Ezquerra @ 5sec
3. José Jabardo @ 25sec
4. Julián Berredero @ 1min 51sec
5. José Cano @ 2min 49sec
6. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
7. Antonio Escuriet @ 3min 57sec
8. Delio Rodríguez @ 11min 13sec
9. Juan Gimeno @ 14min 55sec
10. Vicente Carretero @ 16min 19sec

Eighth stage. June 21, 1941. Valencia-Tarragona. 279 kilómetros.

1. Fermín Trueba: 9hr 20min 22sec
2. Vicente Carretero s.t.
3. Julián Berrendero s.t.
4. Federico Ezquerra s.t.
5. Antonio Andrés Sancho s.t.
6. Antonio Martín s.t.
7. José Cano s.t.
8. José Botanch s.t.
9. Benito Cabestreros s.t.
10. Antonio Escuriet s.t.

GC After Stage Eighth:

1. Fermín Trueba: 69hr 12min 51sec
2. Federico Ezquerra @ 5sec
3. José Jabardo @ 25sec
4. Julián Berredero @ 1min 51sec
5. José Cano @ 2min 49sec
6. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
7. Antonio Escuriet @ 3min 57sec
8. Juan Gimeno @ 14min 55sec
9. Vicente Carretero @ 16min 19sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo s.t.

Ninth Stage. Tarragona-Barcelona. June 22, 1941. 112 kilómetros.

Major climb: Montjuich

1. Antonio Martín: 3hr 34min 2sec
2. Federico Ezquerra s.t.
3. Julián Berrendero s.t.
4. Antonio Andrés Sancho s.t.
5. Emile Vaucher s.t.
6. Fermín Trueba s.t.
7. José Jabardo s.t.
8. José Botanch s.t.
9. Delio Rodríguez @ 1min 8sec
10. Antonio Escuriet s.t.

GC after Stage Nine:

1. Fermín Trueba: 72hr 46min 53sec
2. Federico Ezquerra @ 5sec
3. José Jabardo @ 25sec
4. Julián Berredero @ 1min 51sec
5. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
6. Antonio Escuriet @ 5min 9sec
7. José Cano @ 5min 37sec
8. Manuel Izquierdo @ 17min 50sec
9. Antonio Sancho @ 18min 0sec
10. Vicente Carretero @ 22min 7sec

Tenth Stage. June 23, 1941. Barcelona-Zaragoza. 306  Kilómetros.

1. Delio Rodríguez: 11hr 12min 11sec
2. Juan Jimeno s.t.
3. Julián Berrendero s.t.
4. Fermín Trueba s.t.
5. Antonio Sancho s.t.
6. José Jabardo s.t.
7. José Cano s.t.
8. Emile Vaucher s.t.
9. José Botanch s.t.
10. Manuel Izquierdo s.t.

GC after tenth Stage:

1. Fermín Trueba: 83hr 29min 4sec
2. José Jabardo @ 25sec
3. Julián Berrendero @ 1min 51sec
4. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
5. Antonio Escuriet @ 5min 9sec
6. José Cano @ 5min 37sec
7. Manuel Izquierdo @ 17min 50sec
8. Antonio Sancho @ 18min 0sec
9. Federico Ezquerra @ 19min 48sec
10. Delio Rodríguez @ 25min 1sec

Eleventh Stage. June 24, 1941. Zaragoza-Logroño. 174 Kilómetros.

1. Delio Rodríguez: 5hr 56min 45sec
2. Vicente Carretero s.t.
3. Miguel Carrión s.t.
4. Julián Berrendero s.t.
5. Antonio Martín s.t.
6. Juan Jimeno s.t.
7. Manuel Izquierdo s.t.
8. Fermín Trueba s.t.
9. Antonio Escuriet s.t.
10. Antonio Sancho s.t.

GC after eleventh stage:

1. Fermín Trueba: 89hr 55min 49sec
2. José Jabardo @ 1min 25sec
3. Julián Berrendero @ 1min 51sec
4. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
5. Antonio Escuriet @ 5min 9sec
6. José Cano @ 6min 43sec
7. Manuel Izquierdo @ 17min 50sec
8. Antonio Sancho @ 18min 0sec
9. Federico Ezquerra @ 19min 48sec
10. Delio Rodríguez @ 25min 1sec

Twelfth Stage. June 25, 1941. Logroño-San Sebastián. 209 Kilómetros.

1. Delio Rodríguez: 7hr 27min 27sec
2. Vicente Carretera s.t.
3. Fermín Trueba s.t.
4. José Jabardo s.t.
5. Antonio Escuriet s.t.
6. Miguel Carrión s.t.
7. Benito Cabestreros s.t.
8. Julián Berrendero s.t.
9. Antonio Sancho s.t.
10. Isidro Bejerano s.t.

GC After Twelth Stage:

1. Fermín Trueba: 97hr 23min 16sec
2. José Jabardo @ 1min 25sec
3. Julián Berrendero @ 1min 51sec
4. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
5. Antonio Escuriet @ 5min 9sec
6. José Cano @ 6min 43sec
7. Manuel Izquierdo @ 17min 50sec
8. Antonio Sancho @ 18min 0sec
9. Federico Ezquerra @ 19min 58sec
10. Delio Rodríguez @ 25min 1sec

Thirteenth Stage. 26 June 1941. San Sebastián-Bilbao. 160 Kilómetros.

Major climb: Sollube

1. Federico Ezquerra: 6hr 18min 46sec
2. Julián Berrendero s.t.
3. Delio Rodríguez s.t.
4. Antonio Martín @ 24sec
5. Fermín Trueba s.t.
6. Antonio Sancho s.t.
7. Manuel Izquierdo s.t.
8. José Botanch s.t.
9. Vicente Carretero @ 58sec
10. José Jabardo @ 1min 1sec

GC after thirteenth Stage

1. Fermín Trueba: 103hr 42min 26sec
2. Julián Berrendero @ 1min 27sec
3. José Jabardo @ 2min 2sec
4. Antonio Martín @ 3min 18sec
5. Antonio Escuriet @ 6min 35sec
6. Manuel Izquierdo @ 18min 0sec
7. Antonio Sancho s.t.
8. Federico Ezquerra @ 19min 34sec
9. Delio Rodríguez @ 24min 47sec
10. José Cano @ 30min 11sec

Fourteenth Stage. 28 June 1941. Bilbao-Santander. 213 Kilómetros.

Major climbs: Asón, La Sía, Estacas de Trueba, La Braguía. The Alisas was scheduled to be the first climb, but could not be used because of a landslide.

1. Fermín Trueba: 8hr 32min 39sec
2. Federico Ezquerra @ 2min 9sec
3. Delio Rodríguez s.t.
4. Julián Berrendero s.t.
5. José Jabardo s.t.
6. José Cano @ 7min 33sec
7. Vicente Carretero @ 13min 48sec
8. Antonio Martín s.t.
9. Antonio Sancho s.t.
10. José Jabardo s.t.

GC After fourteenth Stage:

1. Fermín Trueba: 112hr 15min 5sec
2. Julián Berrendero @ 3min 36sec
3. José Jabardo @ 4min 11sec
4. Antonio Martín @ 17min 6sec
5. Antonio Escuriet @ 20min 23sec
6. Federico Ezquerra @ 21min 43sec
7. Delio Rodríguez @ 27min 4sec
8. Antonio Sancho @ 31min 56sec
9. José Cano @ 34min 52sec
10. Vicente Carretero @ 50 min 1 sec

Fifteenth Stage. 29 June 1941 Santander-Gijón. 192 Kilómetros.

Major climb stage El Pedroso

1. Delio Rodríguez: 7hr 37min 0sec
2. Julián Berrendero s.t.
3. Fermín Trueba s.t.
4. Antonio Sancho s.t.
5. José Botanch s.t.
6. Antonio Escuriet s.t.
7. Manuel Izquierdo s.t.
8. José Jabardo s.t.
9. José Cano s.t.
10. Benito Cabestreros s.t.

No GC available

Sixteenth Stage. 29 June 1941 (same day as stage 15). Gijón-Oviedo. 53 Km individual time trial.

1. Delio Rodríguez: 1hr 53min 59sec
2. Antonio Sancho @ 52sec
3. Julián Berrendero @ 1min 13sec
4. Antonio Escuriet @ 3min 23sec
5. Fermín Trueba @ 5min 35sec
6. José Jabardo @ 6min 39sec
7. Vicente Carretero @ 6min 44sec
8. Benito Cabestreros @ 14min 11sec
9. José Botanch @ 14min 19sec
10. Miguel Carrión @ 15min 20sec
17. Isidro Bejerano @ 1hr 13min 41sec

GC after sixteenth stage.

1. Julián Berrendero: 121hr 50min 53sec
2. Fermín Trueba @ 36sec
3. José Jabardo @ 6min 1sec
4. Antonio Escuriet @ 18min 57sec
5. Delio Rodríguez @ 22min 7sec
6. Antonio Martín @ 22min 39sec
7. Antonio Sancho @ 27min 45sec
8. José Cano @ 47min 2sec
9. Vicente Carretero @ 53min 56sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo @ 1hr 3min 2sec

Seventeenth Stage. 30 June 1941. Oviedo-Luarca. 101 Kilómetros.

Major climb: Cuesta Espina

1. Delio Rodríguez: 3 hr 48 min 02 sec
2. Julián Berrendero s.t.
3. Vicente Carretero s.t.
4. Miguel Carrión s.t.
5. Cayetano Martín s.t.
6. Antonio Martín s.t.
7. José Jabardo s.t.
8. Benito Cabestreros s.t.
9. Fermín Trueba s.t.
10. Antonio Sancho s.t.

GC after stage seventeen

1. Julián Berrendero: 125hr 38min 35sec
2. Fermín Trueba @ 36sec
3. José Jabardo @ 6min 1sec
4. Antonio Escuriet @ 18min 57sec
5. Delio Rodríguez @ 22min 7sec
6. Antonio Martín @ 22min 39sec
7. Antonio Sancho @ 27min 45sec
8. José Cano @ 47min 2sec
9. Vicente Carretero @ 53min 56sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo @ 1hr 3min 2sec

Eighteenth Stage. 1 July 1941. Luarca-La Coruña. 230 Kilómetros.

1. Delio Rodríguez: 7hr 50min 32sec
2. Vicente Carretero s.t.
3. Fermín Trueba s.t.
4. José Jabardo s.t.
5. Antonio Sancho s.t.
6. Julián Berrendero s.t.
7. José Botanch s.t.
8. Antonio Escuriet s.t.
9. José Cano s.t.
10. Benito Cabestreros @ 40 ec

GC After Stage eighteen:

1. Julián Berrendero: 133hr 29min 27sec
2. Fermín Trueba @ 36sec
3. José Jabardo @ 6min 1sec
4. Antonio Escuriet @ 18min 57sec
5. Delio Rodríguez @ 22min 7sec
6. Antonio Sancho @ 27min 45sec
7. Antonio Martín @ 31min 0sec
8. José Cano @ 47min 2sec
9. Vicente Carretero 53min 56sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo @ 1hr 8min 30sec

Nineteenth Stage. 2 July 1941 La Coruña-Vigo. 178 Kilómetros.

1. Delio Rodriguez: 7hr 29min 54sec
2. Antonio Martín s.t.
3. Vicente Carretero s.t.
4. Fermín Trueba s.t.
5. Cayetano Martín s.t.
6. Miguel Carrión s.t.
7. José Jabardo s.t.
8. Julián Berrendero s.t.
9. Martín Santos s.t.
10. José Cano s.t.

GC after stage nineteen:

1. Julián Berrendero: 140hr 59min 21sec
2. Fermín Trueba @ 36sec
3. José Jabardo @ 6min 1sec
4. Antonio Escuriet @ 18min 57sec
5. Delio Rodríguez @ 22min 7sec
6. Antonio Sancho @ 27min 45sec
7. Antonio Martín @ 31min 0sec
8. José Cano @ 47min 2sec
9. Vicente Carretero 53min 56sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo @ 1hr 8min 30sec

Twentieth Stage. 4 July 1941. Vigo-Verín. 178 Kilómetros.

1. Delio Rodríguez: 7hr 23min 52sec
2. Vicente Carretero s.t.
3. Julián Berrendero s.t.
4. Fermín Trueba s.t.
5. Antonio Martín s.t.
6. José Jabardo s.t.
7. Antonio Escuriet s.t.
8. Antonio Sancho s.t.
9. Benito Cabestreros s.t.
10. Miguel Carrión s.t.

GC after stage twenty:

1. Julian Berrendero: 148hr 23min 13sec
2. Fermín Trueba @ 36sec
3. José Jabardo @ 6min 1sec
4. Antonio Escuriet @ 19min 37sec
5. Delio Rodríguez @ 22min 7sec
6. José Sancho @ 27min 45sec
7. Antonio Martín @ 33min 0sec
8. José Cano @ 47min 35sec
9. Vicente Carretero @ 53min 51sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo  @ 1hr 10min 30sec

Twenty-first Stage. 5 July 1941. Verín-Valladolid. 301 Kilómetros.

1. Julián Berrendero: 13hr 14min 24sec
2. Delio Rodríguez @ 21sec
3. Vicente Carretero s.t.
4. Miguel Carrión s.t.
5. Antonio Martín s.t.
6. José Jabardo s.t.
7. Fermín Trueba s.t.
8. José Sancho s.t.
9. José Cano s.t.
10. Martín Santos s.t.

GC after stage twenty-one:

1. Julián Berrendero: 161hr 37min 37sec
2. Fermín Trueba @ 1min 7sec
3. José Jabardo @ 6min 27sec
4. Delio Rodríguez @ 23min 28sec
5. Antonio Escuriet @ 25min 0sec
6. José Sancho @ 28min 16sec
7. Antonio Martín @ 33min 21sec
8. José Cano @ 47min 56sec
9. Vicente Carretero 54min 10sec
10. Manuel Izquierdo 1hr 11min 25sec

Twenty-second & Final Stage. 6 July 1941. Valladolid-Madrid. 198 kilómetros.

Major climb: Navacerrada.

1. Vicente Carretero: 7hr 7min 49sec
2. Julián Berrendero s.t.
3. Fermín Trueba s.t.
4. José Jabardo s.t.
5. Delio Rodríguez @ 6min 39sec
6. Miguel Carrión @ 6min 58sec
7. José Sancho @ 7min 26sec
8. Martín Santos @ 10min 59sec
9. Antonio Escuriet s.t.
10. Benito Cabestreros s.t.

Final 1941 Vuelta a España General Classification 

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