LIVE Vuelta: New arrival uphill, Evenepoel: “Escape may remain first” | Vuelta a Espana 2022


Thu 01 September 2022

11:40

Vuelta a España: Stage 12

road race Road race distance 192.7 km
location 12:35 PM: salobrena – 17:30: Penas Blancas

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After a flat time trial and a sprint stage, the climbers can again rub their calves in the Vuelta. With the Peñas Blancas as the final chord of the 12th stage, leader Remco Evenepoel is again presented with a challenge. Follow it closely here from 12.30 pm, the livestream starts at 3.50 pm.

  1. 12 noon 26. The leader briefly addressed the Flemish media. “As far as I’m concerned, the breakaway can stay first. That would be the most favorable scenario,” Remco Evenepoel revealed. “A headwind is predicted on the final climb, so the pace will be a bit slower. The run-up is quite easy and after that it’s focusing 20 kilometers.” .

    The leader briefly addressed the Flemish media. “As far as I’m concerned, the breakaway can stay first. That would be the most favorable scenario,” Remco Evenepoel revealed.

    “A headwind is predicted on the final climb, so the pace will be a bit slower. The run-up is quite easy and after that it’s focusing 20 kilometers.”

  2. 12 o’clock 17. I won’t drive myself to go. If Primoz Roglic still wants to make something of it, then today it has to be between the big men. . Jan Bakelants (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert).

    I won’t drive myself to go. If Primoz Roglic still wants to make something of it, then today it has to be between the big men.

    Jan Bakelants (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert)

  3. 12 o’clock 15. If our accounts are correct, the peloton still has 148 riders. They are now starting the neutralized zone of about 5 kilometers.  .

    If our accounts are correct, the peloton still has 148 riders. They are now starting the neutralized zone of about 5 kilometers.

  4. 12h15 match started
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  6. 11 am 42. No one can keep the same level all the time for 3 weeks. So that’s okay. Now everything is going well for the time being, we are in control. And if Remco can maintain his level, then it looks good. Koen Pelgrim (coach Remco Evenepoel).

    No one can always maintain the same level for 3 weeks. So that’s okay. Now everything is going well for the time being, we are in control. And if Remco can maintain his level, then it looks good.

    Koen Pelgrim (coach Remco Evenepoel)

  7. 11 o’clock 42. 4 or 6 tough challenges? Koen Pelgrim, the coach of Remco Evenepoel, tries to remain “optimistic” and assumes 4 tough stages in the remainder of this Vuelta. “After today you have the weekend with two uphill finishes. On Saturday, the finish to Sierra de la Pandera (8.6 km at 7.6%), is a steep and irregular climb, but not very long, so it I don’t think there are really big differences there.” “Sunday’s arrival in the Sierra Nevada (19.4 km at 8%) is a different story. The climb is very steep in the beginning and that is difficult, especially in combination with the fact that you have to climb uphill for so long after that. If there’s an early attack, big differences can be made there, but if it’s not too far apart after the steep part, I think it’s hard to get far.” “In week three you have two more uphill finishes at the beginning (the Wednesday and Thursday stages) and then the Saturday stage near Madrid with the last uphill finish, but then it goes up and down all day. “This is still a dangerous stage, I consider the other two stages to be a little less dangerous. That way I will meet 4 tough challenges where you will see differences, but you can also count 6.” .

    4 or 6 tough challenges?

    Koen Pelgrim, the coach of Remco Evenepoel, tries to remain “optimistic” and assumes 4 tough stages in the remainder of this Vuelta.

    “After today you have the weekend with two uphill finishes. On Saturday, the finish to Sierra de la Pandera (8.6 km at 7.6%), is a steep and irregular climb, but not very long, so it I don’t think there are really big differences there.”

    “Sunday’s arrival in the Sierra Nevada (19.4 km at 8%) is a different story. The climb is very steep in the beginning and that is difficult, especially in combination with the fact that you have to climb uphill for so long after that. If there’s an early attack, big differences can be made there, but if it’s not too far apart after the steep part, I think it’s hard to get far.”

    “In week three you have two more uphill finishes at the beginning (the Wednesday and Thursday stages) and then the Saturday stage near Madrid with the last uphill finish, but then it goes up and down all day. “This is still a dangerous stage, I consider the other two stages to be a little less dangerous. That way I will meet 4 tough challenges where you will see differences, but you can also count 6.”

  8. Corona suffering. The list of corona patients in this Vuelta is growing rapidly. In any case, an hour before the start we note the entries of Boy van Poppel (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert) and Santiago Buitrago (Bahrain Victorious).  . 11 am 33.

    give up Corona suffering

    The list of corona patients in this Vuelta is growing rapidly. An hour before the start we already note the entries of Boy van Poppel (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert) and Santiago Buitrago (Bahrain Victorious).

  9. 11 a.m. 32.
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  10. 10:43. The final climb is a beast of just under 20 kilometers at 6.7 percent. From the beach, the front wheel immediately peers towards the sky, because the first kilometers crawl into the clothes anyway due to the heavy gradients. After that the climb becomes a bit more stable, but the end is hell again. It is on Sunday’s Sierra Nevada after the longest final climb in this Vuelta and especially the length of the effort will thrash the bodies. Count on a clambering trip of about 50 minutes.  .

    The final climb is a beast of just under 20 kilometers at 6.7 percent. From the beach, the front wheel immediately peers towards the sky, because the first kilometers crawl into the clothes anyway due to the heavy gradients.

    After that the climb becomes a bit more stable, but the end is hell again.

    It is on Sunday’s Sierra Nevada after the longest final climb in this Vuelta and especially the length of the effort will thrash the bodies. Count on a clambering trip of about 50 minutes.

  11. 10 hrs 34. Today everything revolves around the Penas Blancas. There is much more delicious food in this region, but the organization opts for a long and unexciting opening line towards the climax of 1st category.  Along the Costa del Sol we touch on Malaga and Marbella and on the Penas Blancas you have a great view according to the locals, although the riders will not be able to enjoy the smells of Africa and the Sierra Nevada that you can enjoy on the top.  .

    Today everything revolves around the Penas Blancas. There is much more delicious food in this region, but the organization opts for a long and unexciting opening line towards the climax of 1st category.

    Along the Costa del Sol we touch on Malaga and Marbella and on the Penas Blancas you have a great view according to the locals, although the riders will not be able to enjoy the smells of Africa and the Sierra Nevada that you can enjoy on the can observe the top.

  12. 10h31. Leopold König won on this climb in the 2013 Vuelta, but the finish is now almost 5 kilometers higher. . course designer Fernando Escartin.

    Leopold König won on this climb in the 2013 Vuelta, but the finish is now almost 5 kilometers higher.

    course designer Fernando Escartin

  13. 08h10 10. Climbers on the move. After a time trial and a flat stage, it’s up to the climbers again in the Vuelta. The start of the 12th stage is still relatively calm, but at the end awaits the Peñas Blancas, a climb of 19 kilometers at an average of 6.7 percent.  With his climbing abilities, leader Remco Evenepoel is certainly a contender for a second stage victory, but is he interested? Saving powers and taking no damage now seem to be his priorities. .

    Climbers on the move

    After a time trial and a flat stage, it’s up to the climbers again in the Vuelta. The run-up of the 12th stage is still relatively calm, but at the end the Peñas Blancas awaits, a climb of 19 kilometers at an average of 6.7 percent.

    With his climbing abilities, leader Remco Evenepoel is certainly a contender for a second stage victory, but is he interested? Saving powers and taking no damage now seem to be his priorities.

  14. 08h 07.
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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 12:35 road race semi mountain stage Salobrena – Penas Blancas 192.7 km
13 02/09 13:36 road race Ronda – Montilla 168.4 km
14 03/09 13:17 road race mountain stage Montoro – Sierra de la Pandera 160.3 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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