Vaz (M40-44) reached the finish line on top of the very steep Mirado do Ezaro, 1,8km at an average of 14% with parts up to 30% with 27 seconds lead over Eduardo Estevez Alonso (M35-39) who rode the fastest time during the final climb while Damian Ramos Sanchez (M35-39) got overall third. Granfondo Ezaro also welcomed a few of the former Spanish topstars at the start with 2008 Olympic champion Samuel Sanchez who finished as overall 6th while 4-times Vuelta winner Roberto Heras got second place in the short course where also Alvaro Pino took part.
That short course was won by French Philippe Le Peurien (M60-64) before Heras and Juan Luis Lopez. First female in the short course was Barca Toba Suarez (F35-39) before Julia Rubio Perez (F50-54) and Mon Constenla (F40-44).
The fastest time on Mirador do Ezaro was for Samuel Blanco in a time of 8:02 during the first passage.