LIVE Vuelta: Riders have left, soon fireworks on a heavy final climb? | Vuelta a Espana 2022

LIVE Vuelta: Riders have left, soon fireworks on a heavy final climb? | Vuelta a Espana 2022
LIVE Vuelta: Riders have left, soon fireworks on a heavy final climb? | Vuelta a Espana 2022


Sat 03 September 2022

13:14

Vuelta a España: Stage 14

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

yet157 km

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. 13 h 20. A few more riders join the early breakaways, but the peloton is not giving up yet! .

    A few more riders join the early breakaways, but the peloton is not giving up yet!

  2. 13h 13. Vincenzo Nibali is the first to attempt an attack. Hugh Carthy and Robert Stannard follow the Italian. .

    Vincenzo Nibali is the first to attempt an attack. Hugh Carthy and Robert Stannard follow the Italian.

  3. 13 h 13 match started

    start time START

    The official start has been given!

  4. 12 o’clock 50. The neutralized start is given within fifteen minutes. After a short trip, the real start follows at 13:17. .

    The neutralized start is given within fifteen minutes. After a short trip, the real start follows at 13:17.

  5. 12 noon 24. Busy weekend ahead. Today the peloton starts a potentially crucial weekend in this Vuelta. The riders may warm up with a long run-up, but at the end of this stage we might be treated to fireworks. The riders will finish on the Sierra de la Pandera (1st cat.). Tomorrow it will be a spectacle again, because then the riders will be confronted with the Sierra Nevada, among other things. Can Remco Evenepoel hold out? A first test awaits today! .

    Hot weekend ahead

    Today the peloton starts a potentially crucial weekend in this Vuelta. The riders may warm up with a long run-up, but at the end of this stage we might be treated to fireworks. The riders will finish on the Sierra de la Pandera (1st cat.). Tomorrow it will be a spectacle again, because then the riders will be confronted with the Sierra Nevada, among other things. Can Remco Evenepoel hold out? A first test awaits today!

  6. 12 o’clock 16. The final climb is long and split into two parts. The last 8 kilometers will be decisive. Remco Evenepoel.

    The final climb is long and split into two parts. The last 8 kilometers will be decisive.

    Remco Evenepoel

  7. 10 am 29. Three cols. What will the riders face today? After a relatively flat run-up from the starting point of Montero, the race really starts after about 100 kilometers. The Puerto de Sieta Pilillas (3rd category, 9.9 km at 3.5%) will provide a first stimulus in the legs. Twenty kilometers further in Jaén, there are still a few points to be won for the green in an intermediate sprint. From then on it’s really up to the climbing goats. The Puerto de Los Villares is a 2nd category pass. There is a 10.4 km climb with an average gradient of 5.5%. There is not much time to recover, because after a short descent the final climb to Sierra de la Pandera immediately awaits. This 1st category climb is 8.4 km long and goes up an average of 7.8%, with peaks around 10%. Will it be the classification men who will have the highest word on the final climb or will the boys of leader Remco Evenepoel let a group of refugees drive ahead again? Follow it closely here from 1.15 pm. .

    three cols

    What will the riders face today? After a relatively flat run-up from the starting point of Montero, the race really starts after about 100 kilometers.

    The Puerto de Sieta Pilillas (3rd category, 9.9 km at 3.5%) will provide a first stimulus in the legs. Twenty kilometers further in Jaén, a few points can be picked up for the green in an intermediate sprint.

    From then on it’s really up to the climbing goats. The Puerto de Los Villares is a col of 2nd category. There is a 10.4 km climb with an average gradient of 5.5%.

    There is not much time to recover, because after a short descent immediately the final climb to Sierra de la Pandara. This 1st category climb is 8.4 km long and goes up an average of 7.8%, with peaks around 10%.

    Will it be the classification men who will have the highest word on the final climb or will the boys of leader Remco Evenepoel let a group of refugees drive ahead again? Follow it closely here from 1.15 pm.

  8. 10 am 22. Stage 14. The peloton is writing the 14th chapter in the yearbook of this Vuelta today. With an uphill finish there are chances for the classification men, but the flat run-up also looks interesting for a breakaway. We follow the course closely here from the start. The livestream and TV broadcast will start at 3.50pm. .

    Ride 14

    The peloton is writing the 14th chapter in the yearbook of this Vuelta today. With an uphill finish there are chances for the classification men, but the flat run-up also looks interesting for a breakaway.

    We follow the course closely here from the start. The livestream and TV broadcast will start at 3.50pm.

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 157.48 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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