LIVE: Riders start last heavy mountain stage in Vuelta, D-Day for Remco Evenepoel | Vuelta a Espana 2022


Sat 10 September 2022

12:35

Vuelta a España: Stage 20

road race Road race distance 181 km
location 12:45 PM: Moralzarzal – 17:30: Puerto de Navacerrada

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We will soon know for sure whether Remco Evenepoel will win this Vuelta. He still has to survive stage 20 for that. Between Moralzarzal and Puerto de Cotos there are still 5 scrambling parties. Don’t miss out on the all-important penultimate stage in the Vuelta a España.

  1. 12 noon 33. Unofficial start. The riders will start in Moralzarzal. They are currently in the neutralization zone. The official start is expected at 12.45 pm. .

    Unofficial start

    The riders will start in Moralzarzal. They are currently in the neutralization zone. The official start is expected at 12.45 pm.

  2. 12 hours 32.
  3. 12 hrs 29. The riders prepare for the unofficial start in Moralzarzal. .

    The riders are preparing for the unofficial start in Moralzarzal.

  4. 12 hours 24. Jan Bakelants: “It may be my last big round”.

    Jan Bakelants: “It may be my last Grand Tour”

  5. 12 pm 17. Youth classification: white in Madrid is within reach for Evenepoel. 22-year-old Remco Evenepoel leads the youth classification with a lead of 5’14”. His first pursuer is Juan Ayuso (UAE). Carlos Rodriguez (Ineos) is in 3rd place, 6’49” behind .  .

    Youth classification: white in Madrid is within reach for Evenepoel

    22-year-old Remco Evenepoel leads the youth classification with a lead of 5’14”. His first pursuer is Juan Ayuso (UAE). Carlos Rodriguez (Ineos) is in 3rd place, 6’49” behind .

  6. 12 noon 12. Tim Merlier: “I’m more nervous for today than tomorrow”.

    Tim Merlier: “I’m more nervous for today than tomorrow”

  7. 12 o’clock 08.
    Remarkable

    De Gendt is back on track: “How well do I know Remco? Sometimes meet him at the start of our cycling tours”

  8. 12 o’clock 08. Points classification: Pedersen firmly in the green. For Mads Pedersen it is a matter of getting to Madrid safely. The Dane leads the points classification by a margin of 205 points. Fred Wright takes 2nd place. If all goes well, the Trek-Segafredo rider will be able to put on the green jersey on the final podium tomorrow in Madrid. .

    Points classification: Pedersen firmly in the green

    For Mads Pedersen it is a matter of getting to Madrid safely. The Dane leads the points classification by a margin of 205 points. Fred Wright takes 2nd place. If all goes well, the Trek-Segafredo rider will be able to put on the green jersey on the final podium tomorrow in Madrid.

  9. 12 o’clock 01. After 23 kilometers of the race, the riders will officially start at the Puerto de Navacerrada (1st category). But from the start, the road gradually climbs towards the foot of the first climb of the day. .

    After 23 kilometers of the race, the riders will officially start at the Puerto de Navacerrada (1st category). But from the start, the road gradually climbs towards the foot of the first climb of the day.

  10. 11 a.m. 58. Mountains classification: Carapaz in the lead. Richard Carapaz is even more firmly in the lead of the mountains classification after yesterday’s stage. At the Puerto del Pielago he collected 5 points. He is 24 points ahead of Enric Mas and 27 points ahead of Thymen Arensman. Today something can still happen in the battle for the mountain jersey. On the Puerto de Navacerrada, the Puerto de Morcuera and the Puerto de Cotos, the first can collect 10 points each time.  .

    Mountains classification: Carapaz in the lead

    Richard Carapaz is even more firmly in the lead of the mountains classification after yesterday’s stage. At the Puerto del Pielago he collected 5 points. He is 24 points ahead of Enric Mas and 27 points ahead of Thymen Arensman.

    Today something can still happen in the battle for the mountain jersey. On the Puerto de Navacerrada, the Puerto de Morcuera and the Puerto de Cotos, the first can collect 10 points each time.

  11. 11 o’clock 54.
    Vuelta

    Evenepoel realizes that he is on 1 day of history: “Thinking about it as little as possible”

  12. 11 am 51. Yesterday: hat-trick for Mads Pedersen. The GC men tried not to force anything in the 19th stage yesterday. The stage to Talavera de la Reine was an excellent opportunity for an early break or for sprinters like Mads Pedersen. The latter also fulfilled his favorite role. He put his Trek-Segafredo teammates to work early to account for the early flight. Pedersen won the 19th stage by force majeure and secured a hat-trick.  .

    Yesterday: hat trick for Mads Pedersen

    The GC men tried not to force anything in the 19th stage yesterday. The stage to Talavera de la Reine was an excellent opportunity for an early break or for sprinters like Mads Pedersen. The latter also fulfilled his favorite role. He put his Trek-Segafredo teammates to work early to account for the early flight. Pedersen won the 19th stage by force majeure and thus ensured a hat-trick.

  13. 11 am 42. Overview of the day’s climbs:. 1. Puerto de Navacerrada(10.3 km at 6.8%, 147 km to go) 2. Puerto de Navafria (10 km at 5.5%) 3. Puerto de Canencia (7.5 km at 4, 9%) 4. Puerto de La Morcuera (9.4 km at 6.9%)  5. Puerto de Cotos (10.3 km at 6.9%, top is 6.7 km from the finish).

    Overview of the climbs of the day:

    1. Puerto de Navacerrada (10.3 km at 6.8%, 147 km to go)

    2. Puerto de Navafria (10 km at 5.5%)

    3. Puerto de Canencia (7.5 km at 4.9%)

    4. Puerto de La Morcuera (9.4 km at 6.9%)

    5. Puerto de Cotos (10.3 km at 6.9%, top is 6.7 km from the finish)

  14. 11 am 37. Live stream. The riders will start at 12.45 pm and at 1.30 pm there are already images of the 20th stage. You can watch the livestream on One or on this page. Renaat Schotte and José De Cauwer provide the commentary of this penultimate stage in the Vuelta. .

    live stream

    The riders will start at 12.45 pm and at 1.30 pm there are already images of the 20th stage. You can watch the livestream on One or on this page. Renaat Schotte and José De Cauwer provide the commentary of this penultimate stage in the Vuelta.

  15. 11 am 35.
    Vuelta

    Visiting Thibaut Courtois, who supports Evenepoel in Madrid: “So nice to follow”

  16. 11 am 33. Battle for the places in the top 10. The biggest attacker of Remco Evenepoel is of course Enric Mas (Movistar). The Spaniard is 2’07” from the leader. The 3rd in the standings, Juan Ayuso (UAE), is already at 5’14”. So most of the danger must come from Mas today. Ayuso is also not sure of a possible 3rd place on the final podium in Madrid. Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana) is already chasing at 42 seconds and in a stage like today a lot can still happen. Carlos Rodriguez (Ineos) can also face competition from Joao Almeida (UAE) in the battle for 5th place. Ben O’Connor (AG2R Citroën), in 8th place, feels the hot breath of Rigoberto Uran (EF-Easypost) on the neck. A lot can still happen in the general classification in the 20th stage. .

    Compete for the top 10 places

    The biggest attacker of Remco Evenepoel is of course Enric Mas (Movistar). The Spaniard is 2’07” from the leader. The 3rd in the standings, Juan Ayuso (UAE), is already at 5’14”. So most of the danger must come from Mas today.

    Ayuso is also not sure of a possible 3rd place on the final podium in Madrid. Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana) is already chasing at 42 seconds and in a stage like today a lot can still happen. Carlos Rodriguez (Ineos) can also face competition from Joao Almeida (UAE) in the battle for 5th place. Ben O’Connor (AG2R Citroën), in 8th place, feels the hot breath of Rigoberto Uran (EF-Easypost) on the neck. A lot can still happen in the general classification in the 20th stage.

  17. 11 am 28. General classification. 1. Remco Evenepoel 2. Enric Mas +2’07” 3. Juan Ayuso +5’14” 4. Miguel Angel Lopez +5’56” 5. Carlos Rodriguez +6’49” 6. Joao Almeida +7’14” 7. Thymen Arensman +8’09” 8. Ben O’Connor +9’34” 9. Rigoberto Uran +9’56” 10. Jai Hindley 12’03” .

    General classification

    1. Remco Evenepoel

    2. Enric Mas +2’07”

    3. Juan Ayuso +5’14”

    4. Miguel Angel Lopez +5’56”

    5. Carlos Rodriguez +6’49”

    6. Joao Almeida +7’14”

    7. Thymen Arensman +8’09”

    8. Ben O’Connor +9’34”

    9. Rigoberto Uran +9’56”

    10.Jai Hindley 12’03”

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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 Pedersen Evenepoel
17 07/09 13:19 road race semi mountain stage Aracena – Monasterio de Tentudia 162.3 km Uran Evenepoel
18 08/09 12:21 road race mountain stage Trujillo – Alto de Piornal 192 km Evenepoel Evenepoel
19 09/09 14:07 road race mountain stage Talavera de la Reina – Talavera de la Reina 138.3 km Pedersen Evenepoel
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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