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Search the Star's El Tour de Tucson database to find your favorite rider's finish, time

Cyclists riding along Mission Rd passing Duval Mine Rd during El Tour de Tucson bicycle race passing Sahuraita, AZ on Nov. 20, 2021.

Saturday's El Tour de Tucson brought more than 6,000 riders to Tucson. The day had everything riders love: Warm weather, beautiful views and even a little bit of drama at the finish line. Mexico's Gerardo Ulloa won Saturday's 102-mile race with an unofficial "gun time" of 3 hours 57 minutes 44.8 seconds, edging the second-place finisher by just four-tenths of a second.

Click below for the Star's searchable database of all riders and times:

Results courtesy of On Your Left Fitness and Timing.

Click the arrows in the column headers to sort on that criteria and a second time to reverse the sort. To search for a name, type a part of the name in the column header.

If your result is missing, please contact the timing company at

Check out our video and photos below:

The 38th annual El Tour de Tucson had nearly 6,500 participants, with two international cyclists winning top spots.

Mexico's Gerardo Ulloa was the first to cross the finish line following Saturday's 102-mile bicycle race and Cuba's Marlies Mejías had the fastest time among female cyclists. Video by Jesse Tellez/Arizona Daily Star.


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