LIVE Vuelta: 2 Spaniards run off towards Tomares, soon a bunch sprint? | Vuelta a Espana 2022


Tue 06 September 2022

14:56

Vuelta a España: Stage 16

road race Road race sunny 27°C distance 189.4 km
location 13:02: Sanlucar de Barrameda – 17:30: Tomares

yet111 km

    1. Luis Angel Mate (SPA)
    2. Other Okamika (SPA)
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    1. Luis Angel Mate (SPA)
    2. Other Okamika (SPA)

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The final week of the Vuelta is getting going again today with a “sprinter stage”. Although in Spain this should always be taken with a grain of salt. No cartload of altimeters, but a tough final. Too difficult for sprinters à la Tim Merlier? Find out here.

  1. dinner time. In the peloton, the riders pick up their supply bag. The difference with Okamika and Maté: 3’06”. . 15 hours 05.

    food dinner time

    In the peloton, the riders pick up their supply bag. The difference with Okamika and Mate: 3’06”.

  2. 3 p.m. 04.

    Remco Evenepoel is experiencing an extra day of rest for the time being.
  3. 3 p.m. 04.
    Vive le Velo

    Freddy Maertens thinks Evenepoel is a nice successor: “He has to pay a little attention to his pranks”

  4. 15 hours 02.
    Vuelta

    Valerio Piva: “Evenepoel is the best, but so was Rodriguez in 2012 and he didn’t win the Vuelta either”

  5. 3’22”. After 68km Okamika and Maté have 3’22” on the peloton. For the time being, it is a historyless stage. . 14 hours 51.

    time difference 3’22”

    After 68km Okamika and Maté have 3’22” on the peloton. It is a historyless stage for the time being.

  6. 14 hours 41.
    Vive le Velo

    Papa Evenepoel: “After his fall he has completely changed, he puts more into perspective”

  7. 14 hours 33. We haven’t talked about Remco Evenepoel today and we don’t need to. The proud leader sits comfortably in the wheel of his teammates, no problem for the time being. .

    We have not talked about Remco Evenepoel today and that is not necessary. The proud leader sits comfortably in the wheel of his teammates, no problem for the time being.

  8. 14 hours 24.

    Mate and Okamika on the attack.
  9. 2 pm 14. Okamika without a win. Ander Okamika is already in the race of the day for the fourth time. De Bask already ran off towards Breda once and he was also in the break for his own people.  The Burgos rider could not yet win in his career. .

    Okamika without a win

    Ander Okamika is already in the race of the day for the fourth time. De Bask already ran off towards Breda once and he was also in the break for his own people.

    The Burgos rider could not yet win in his career.

  10. 3’22”. The situation is rock solid for the time being. The two front runners have 3’22” after 37km. Cofidis and Trek work in the peloton.  . 14 hours 05.

    time difference 3’22”

    The situation is currently deadlocked. The two front runners have 3’22” after 37km. Cofidis and Trek work in the peloton.

  11. 14 hours . Mate’s mission. Luis Angel Maté is one of the oldest riders in this peloton at 38 years old. The Spaniard, who took his last victory in the distant past, is in the attack for the first time in this Vuelta. For every kilometer he leads the way, the Andalusian will plant a tree near Estepona. He does this to draw attention to the consequences of global warming.  .

    Maté .’s mission

    Luis Angel Maté is one of the oldest riders in this peloton at 38 years old. The Spaniard, who took his last victory in the distant past, is in the attack for the first time in this Vuelta.

    For every kilometer he leads the way, the Andalusian will plant a tree near Estepona. He does this to draw attention to the consequences of global warming.

  12. 3’26”. Cofidis and Trek don’t want to let Okamika and Maté drive too far. The two teams keep the two Spaniards neatly under control: 3″26″. . 13h50.

    time difference 3’26”

    Cofidis and Trek don’t want to let Okamika and Maté drive too far. The two teams keep the two Spaniards under control: 3″26″.

  13. 13 hours 48. Remco Evenepoel starts the week of truth in the Vuelta.

    Remco Evenepoel starts the week of truth in the Vuelta

  14. 4’00”. On the way to Lebrija, home of Trek’s Juan Pedro Lopez, Okamika and Maté have a four-minute bonus. Lopez, who wore the pink jersey for 10 days in this year’s Giro, also wanted to shine in the round from his home country, but due to a crash in the 11th stage, it didn’t happen yet.. 13h45.

    time difference 4’00”

    Heading to Lebrija, home of Trek’s Juan Pedro Lopez, Okamika and Maté have a four-minute bonus.

    Lopez, who wore the pink jersey for 10 days in this year’s Giro, also wanted to shine in the round of his home country, but due to a crash in the 11th stage, it was not yet possible.

  15. 13h38. Today is not my favorite arrival, but we’re going to try it anyway. Kaden Groves (BikeExchange).

    Today is not my favorite arrival, but we are going to try it anyway.

    Kaden Groves (BikeExchange)

  16. 13 hours 37.
  17. Green jersey on foot. Mads Pedersen rejoins the rear after a short pit stop. The green jersey immediately rushes forward. . 13 hours 27.

    mechanical breakdown Green sweater on foot

    Mads Pedersen rejoins the rear after a short pit stop. The green jersey immediately rushes forward.

  18. 13:25. The boys from Cofidis also appear at the front of the group. Bryan Coquard was already 2nd behind Pedersen in Montilla. Will the Frenchman take revenge today? .

    The boys from Cofidis also appear at the front of the group. Bryan Coquard was already 2nd behind Pedersen in Montilla. Will the Frenchman take revenge today?

  19. 3’44”. The gap between the peloton and the escapees widens: 3’44”. . 13 h 25.

    time difference 3’44”

    The gap between the peloton and the escapees widens: 3’44”.

  20. 13:15. Lead Pedersen in the lead. In the peloton, the guys from Trek-Segafredo immediately make it clear what the scenario will be today: lead until the nod and release the fast men there. Mads Pedersen has to finish it in his green jersey. .

    Lead for Pedersen

    In the peloton, the guys from Trek-Segafredo immediately make it clear what the scenario will be today: lead until the nod and release the fast men there. Mads Pedersen has to finish it in his green jersey.

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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 carapaz Evenepoel
15 04/09 13:17 road race mountain stage Martos – Sierra Nevada 152.6 km Arensman Evenepoel
16 06/09 13:02 road race Sanlucar de Barrameda – Tomares 189.4 km yet 111.23 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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