Slovenia’s Primož Roglič was crowned winner of the Vuelta a España for the second successive year in Madrid, as Germany’s Pascal Ackermann triumphed on the final stage of the race.
Slovenia’s Primož Roglič is poised to secure back-to-back Vuelta a España titles after surviving an attack from Ecuador’s Richard Carapaz on the final mountain stage of the race.
Defending champion Primož Roglič has extended his general classification lead over Richard Carapaz of Ecuador going into the final weekend of the Vuelta a España.
Defending champion Primož Roglič safely retained his lead at the Vuelta a España as Belgian Jasper Philipsen won his first Grand Tour stage after an uphill sprint finish at Puebla de Sanabria.
Belgium’s Tim Wellens earned his second victory of this year’s Vuelta a España, winning the 204-kilometre 14th stage from Lugo to Ourense.
Defending champion Primož Roglič regained the overall race lead at the Vuelta a España after winning stage 13, an individual time trial in Mirador de Ézaro.
France’s David Gaudu earned victory on a gruelling stage 11 of the Vuelta a España as Primož Roglič and Richard Carapaz remain locked on the same time at the top of the general classification.
Slovenia’s Primož Roglič won an uphill sprint finish on stage 10 of the Vuelta a España to move into the race lead, level on time with Richard Carapaz of Ecuador.
Primož Roglič outdueled leader Richard Carapaz to win a mountainous stage eight of the Vuelta a España and more than half the gap between himself and the Ecuadorian, moving into second in the general classification.
Sam Bennett won stage four of the Vuelta a España as Primož Roglič retained his overall lead of the race.
Ireland's Dan Martin was the winner in an uphill sprint to take the third stage of the Vuelta a España.
Slovenia's Primož Roglič began his title defence of the Vuelta a España by winning the opening stage.
When the Tour de France rolled out of Nice last month the smart money was on coronavirus providing a dramatic ending to the race, rather than the riders.
Tadej Pogačar produced a stunning individual time trial to snatch the Tour de France title away from fellow Slovenian Primož Roglič on a dramatic penultimate day of the race.