LIVE Vuelta: Leading group with Carapaz and Pedersen drives away, soon fireworks on a heavy final climb? | Vuelta a Espana 2022

LIVE Vuelta: Leading group with Carapaz and Pedersen drives away, soon fireworks on a heavy final climb? | Vuelta a Espana 2022
LIVE Vuelta: Leading group with Carapaz and Pedersen drives away, soon fireworks on a heavy final climb? | Vuelta a Espana 2022


Sat 03 September 2022

14:55

Vuelta a España: Stage 14

road race Road race distance 160.3 km
location 13:13: Montoro – 17:30: Sierra de la Pandera

yet75 km

    1. Mads Pedersen (PINE TREE)
    2. Richard Carapaz (ECU)
    3. Luis Leon Sanchez (SPA)
    4. Clement Champoussin (FRA)
    5. Kenny Elissonde (FRA)
    6. Bruno Armirail (FRA)
    7. Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ)
    8. Filippo Conca (ITA)
    leading group arrow circle
    1. Mads Pedersen (PINE TREE)
    2. Richard Carapaz (ECU)
    3. Luis Leon Sanchez (SPA)
    4. Clement Champoussin (FRA)
    5. Kenny Elissonde (FRA)
    6. Bruno Armirail (FRA)
    7. Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ)
    8. Filippo Conca (ITA)
    1. Marco Brenner (GERMANY)
    2. Raul Garcia (SPA)
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    1. Marco Brenner (GERMANY)
    2. Raul Garcia (SPA)

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Monday there will be another rest day in the Vuelta, but before that the riders will have 2 more tough stages to choose from. Sunday in particular promises to be very tough, although today’s ride is not easy either. Will Remco Evenepoel again effortlessly hold his own in the climb to Sierra de la Pandera?

  1. 14 hours 59. Is Carapaz on his way to a second stage victory in this Vuelta? On paper, he should be able to handle his fellow refugees in the high mountains. .

    Is Carapaz on his way to a second stage win in this Vuelta? On paper, he should be able to handle his fellow refugees in the high mountains.

  2. 2 p.m. 54. The peloton seems to be content with the current state of affairs. Remco Evenepoel is on the trail of a Quick-Step train and asks for a drinking bottle.  .

    The peloton seems to be at peace with the current state of affairs. Remco Evenepoel is on the track of a Quick-Step train and asks for a drinking bottle.

  3. 1 minute. The strong leading group now has a one minute lead over the peloton. Brenner and Garcia Pierna follow half a minute from the front runners. . 14 hours 53.

    time difference 1 minute

    The strong leading group now has a one minute lead over the peloton. Brenner and Garcia Pierna follow half a minute from the front runners.

  4. 14 hours 49. Jonkies Brenner and Pierna (20 and 21) also feel something for a day in the flight. They try to drive towards the leaders. .

    Jonkies Brenner and Pierna (20 and 21) also feel something for a day in the flight. They try to drive towards the leaders.

  5. 14 hours 46. Could this be the flight of the day? The difference is over 20 seconds and Quick-Step is at the front of the pack. .

    Could this be the flight of the day? The difference is over 20 seconds and Quick-Step is at the front of the pack.

  6. 14h45. The refugee group. Clément Champoussin (AG2R Citroën), Luis Leon Sanchez (Bahrain Victorious), Bruno Armirail (Groupama-FDJ), Filippo Conca (Lotto Soudal), Kenny Elissonde and Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) join Alexey Lutsenko (Astana Qazaqstan) and Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers). Their lead: 11 seconds.

    The Refugee Group

    Clément Champoussin (AG2R Citroën), Luis Leon Sanchez (Bahrain Victorious), Bruno Armirail (Groupama-FDJ), Filippo Conca (Lotto Soudal), Kenny Elissonde and Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) join Alexey Lutsenko (Astana Qazaqstan) and Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers).
    Their lead: 11 seconds

  7. 14 hours 42. Another flight attempt. This time it is Carapaz and Lutsenko who join forces. In the peloton, Landa has to dismount. The Spaniard has a mechanical problem. .

    Another flight attempt. This time it is Carapaz and Lutsenko who join forces. In the peloton, Landa has to dismount. The Spaniard has a mechanical problem.

  8. 2 pm 35. The answer is no. The 7 are grabbed again and so the peloton remains in the lead after 67 kilometers of race. .

    The answer is no. The 7 are grabbed again and so the peloton remains in the lead after 67 kilometers of race.

  9. 14 hours 33. For the first time, a group of more than 5 riders has a lead on the peloton. Can 7 escapees get the job done and drive away?  .

    For the first time, a group of more than 5 riders has a lead over the peloton. Can 7 escapees do the job and drive away?

  10. Sergio Higuita. Higuita feels compelled to slip along in the next escape attempt, but in his enthusiasm the Colombian slides against the road surface. It doesn’t seem to be too bad, because he soon climbs straight again. . 14 hours 30.

    fall Sergio Higuita

    Higuita feels compelled to slip along in the next escape attempt, but in his enthusiasm the Colombian slides against the road surface. It doesn’t seem to be too bad, because he soon climbs straight again.

  11. 14 hours 23. De Gendt and his companions are again seized by the peloton, where Ayuso has finally come to rejoin. Team UAE has already had to work hard in the first hour of this ride. Will that pay off on the final climb? .

    De Gendt and his companions are again grabbed by the peloton, where Ayuso has finally rejoined. Team UAE has already had to work hard in the first hour of this ride. Will that pay off on the final climb?

  12. 2 pm 19. Chaotic start of the stage. The first hour of the race is over and the battle for the flight is still in full swing. The EF duo is seized, but this time Craddock wants to make the crossing to De Gendt and co. The trio in front has only a 12 second lead, so they are not sure yet. .

    Chaotic start of the stage

    The first hour of the race is over and the battle for the flight is still in full swing. The EF duo is seized, but this time Craddock wants to make the crossing to De Gendt and co. The trio in front has only a 12 second lead, so they are not sure yet.

  13. 2 pm 12. The pink EF duo with Esteban Chaves and Mark Padun also feels like attacking for a day. They give chase to De Gendt’s group. .

    The pink EF duo with Esteban Chaves and Mark Padun also feels like attacking for a day. They give chase to De Gendt’s group.

  14. 2 pm 11. Thomas De Gendt has two companions who are on the road. This time it’s Stannard and Fedorov. The trio cycle 11 seconds ahead of the pack, where Ben O’Connor has rejoined. .

    Thomas De Gendt has two companions who are on the road. This time it’s Stannard and Fedorov. The trio cycle 11 seconds ahead of the pack, where Ben O’Connor has rejoined.

  15. 2 pm 08. Kurt Van De Wouwer: “Evenepoel checks everything, I don’t expect him to get into trouble.”

    Kurt Van De Wouwer: “Evenepoel checks everything, I don’t expect him to get into trouble.”

  16. 2 pm 06. De Gendt and his German friend are seized, but our compatriot is not satisfied. De Gendt immediately rushes out of the pack. .

    De Gendt and his German friend are seized, but our compatriot is not content with that. De Gendt immediately rushes out of the pack.

  17. Ben O’Connor. Flat tire for O’Connor. The Australian will have to ride a time trial to keep up with the fast peloton. . 14 hours 05.

    flat tire Ben O’Connor

    Flat tire for O’Connor. The Australian will have to ride a time trial to keep up with the fast peloton.

  18. 2 pm 01. The fast pace in the peloton does not make the catching up race of the second peloton (including Ayuso) any easier. They hang at 10 seconds. .

    The high pace in the peloton does not make the catching up race of the second peloton (including Ayuso) any easier. They hang at 10 seconds.

  19. 13 hours 55. De Gendt and his companion Sütterlin have a lead of 14 seconds, but the peloton continues to hunt for the duo. It is therefore questionable whether this company will be successful. .

    De Gendt and his companion Sütterlin have a lead of 14 seconds, but the peloton continues to hunt for the duo. It is therefore questionable whether this company will be successful.

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ride date type of ride start-finish total winner leader
1 19/08 18:30 team time trial Utrecht – Utrecht 23.3 km TJV Sink
2 20/08 13:36 road race ‘s-Hertogenbosch – Utrecht 175.1 km Bennett Teunissen
3 21/08 12:53 road race Breda – Breda 193.2 km Bennett affinity
4 23/08 13:53 road race semi mountain stage Vitoria-Gasteiz – Laguardia 152.5 km roglic roglic
5 24/08 13:01 road race semi mountain stage Irun – Bilbao 187.2 km Soler Molard
6 25/08 12:36 road race mountain stage Bilbao – Pico Jano 181.2 km Vine Evenepoel
7 26/08 12:32 road race semi mountain stage Camargo – Cistierna 190 km Herrada Evenepoel
8 27/08 13:30 road race mountain stage Pola de Laviana – Collau Fancuaya 153.4 km Vine Evenepoel
9 28/08 12:53 road race mountain stage Villaviciosa – Les Praeres 171.4 km Meintjes Evenepoel
10 30/08 13:53 individual time trial Elche – Alicante 30.9 km Evenepoel Evenepoel
11 31/08 12:56 road race Alhama de Murcia – Cabo de Gata 191.2 km Groves Evenepoel
12 01/09 12:33 road race semi mountain stage Salobrena – Penas Blancas 192.7 km carapaz Evenepoel
13 02/09 13:37 road race Ronda – Montilla 168.4 km Pedersen Evenepoel
14 03/09 13:13 road race mountain stage Montoro – Sierra de la Pandera 160.3 km yet 75.29 km
15 04/09 13:21 road race mountain stage Martos – Sierra Nevada 149.6 km
16 06/09 13:00 road race Sanlucar de Barrameda – Tomares 189.4 km
17 07/09 13:21 road race semi mountain stage Aracena – Monasterio de Tentudia 162.3 km
18 08/09 12:19 road race mountain stage Trujillo – Alto de Piornal 192 km
19 09/09 14:03 road race mountain stage Talavera de la Reina – Talavera de la Reina 138.3 km
20 10/09 12:45 road race mountain stage Moralzarzal – Puerto de Navacerrada 181 km
21 11/09 17:26 road race Las Rozas de Madrid – Madrid 96.7 km

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