The Vuelta a España continues on Wednesday with a 180-kilometer hill stage. Jumbo-Visma rider Primoz Roglic wears the red sweater. The finish of the eleventh stage is expected around 5.35 p.m. Follow everything in our live blog.

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Vuelta a España · a few seconds ago

128 km to go - Smiling faces in the peloton. The riders still take it easy at the start of the eleventh stage.

🏁 -132 KM | Etapa 11 - Stage 11 | # LaVuelta19🇨🇴🇨🇴 @HiguitSergio @SupermanlopezN @ NairoQuinCo↔️ 7 minutos entre pelotón y escapada / 7 minutes for the break👉https: //📸: @PhotoGomezSport

Avatar Author La Vuelta Time of places 14: 14 - 4 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 8 minutes ago

133 km to go - The lead of the fourteen leaders is fairly stable. The pack, with Primoz Roglic red-footed carrier, now keeps the difference around seven minutes.

Vuelta a España · 26 minutes ago

Roche is probably missing Italian classics
Nicholas Roche is most likely to miss Italian fall classics, writes the Irishman on Team Sunweb's website. Roche had to leave the Tour of Spain after a hard fall last week. Further research and an MRI scan have shown that he will probably not be back on his bike in four to six weeks, much to Roche's disappointment. "Leaving the Vuelta was already a big disappointment for me, but I kept hoping I could keep cycling and participate in Italian classics this fall. This news is a new blow."

Vuelta a España · 35 minutes ago

Another 150 km - With Thomas and Lastra, the leading group has grown to fourteen riders. It will also stay that way, because the peloton has already been more than six minutes behind.

Vuelta a España · 37 minutes ago

154 km to go - Team Dimension Data has two riders in the race of the day. Ben O'Connor and Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier belong to the group of refugees.

🇪🇸 # LaVuelta19The break of the day has gone clear ... the good news is that both @ ben_oconnor95 & @ AmanuelGerezgh1 are in the breakaway once again! 🖐

Avatar AuthorTeam Dimension DataMoment of places13: 34 - 4 September 2019

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

159 km to go - It seems that the peloton has peace with the leading group. The twelve riders now have more than three minutes ahead. Cyril Barthe, Benjamin Thomas and Jonathan Lastra are still between the peloton and the group of refugees.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 161 km - Rémi Cavagna knows how to close the gap and joins the eleven leaders.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Still 165 km - A number of riders think this is the race of the day. Among others Rémi Cavagna, who rode a strong time trial yesterday, is still trying to make the crossing.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 167 km - Eleven riders have now combined a lead of almost a minute. The leading group consists of Jorge Arcas, Francois Bidard, Gorka Izagirre, Lawson Craddock, Damien Howson, Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier, Ben O'Connor, Matteo Fabbro, Angel Madrazo, Alex Aranburu and Mikel Iturria.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 171 km - The early refugees are taken back, it is now the turn of eleven other riders to try it. For the time being, the Dutch are not yet stirring up the attack.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 179 km - The first attack attempts are already underway. A group of five riders is already able to break free from the pack and has a small lead.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

The question was whether Edward Theuns would be at the start of the eleventh stage after his hard fall in the time trial yesterday, but the Belgian has started.

@ EdwardTheuns is ready to start Stage 11 # LaVuelta19 after a hard crash yesterday. Cyclists are made of tough stuff 💪

Avatar AuthorTrek-SegafredoMoment of places12: 19 - 4 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

Team Jumbo-Visma believes that the red jersey leader Primoz Roglic looks great.

# LaVuelta19😎 The red jersey suits you perfectly, @rogla!

Avatar AuthorTeam Jumbo-Visma cyclingMoment of places12: 39 - September 4, 2019

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

The cyclists in the Tour of Spain today come across three categorized mountains. This is what the last two climbs of the day look like.

Three categorized climbs today's hilly stage 11. Perhaps a @DeGendtThomas day? Or is the finish to far from the last climb? # LaVuelta19

Avatar AuthorMyCols appMoment of places09: 07 - 4 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 4 hours ago

Cannabis plantation discovered thanks to Vuelta camera
Thanks to a camera in a helicopter at the Tour of Spain, the Spanish police have discovered a cannabis plantation. The plantation stood on the roof of an apartment building where the riders cycled past. After seeing the images, the police raided. The owners of the apartment had left the plantation. No one was picked up, the plants were confiscated.

@ lavuelta helicopter 🚁 discovers a marijuana plantation on a roof or Igualada inside the last km or Saturday's stage. # LaVuelta19

Avatar Author Javier Gilabert Moment of Places 19: 55 - 3 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 4 hours ago

The Norwegian Carl Fredrik Hagen is in good shape after more than a week in the Tour of Spain. The surprising number six of the rankings is in their own words ready for the second part of the Spanish stage race.

I spent my rest day well and survived the Time Trial😎 Looking forward to take on the second half of @lavuelta 😊👊🏼 @kristoframon #LottoSoudal #ForBjorg # LaVuelta19

Avatar Author Carl Fredrik Hagen Time of places08: 59 - September 4, 2019

Vuelta a España · 5 hours ago

This is what today's stage looks like. The riders will get three climbs for their choice in the eleventh stage of the Tour of Spain: two of the third category and one of the second.

# LaVuelta19 - Stage 11🚩 Saint-Palais🏁 Urdax-Dantxarinea🚴🏻‍♂️ 179.5 KmRoute:

Avatar Author La Flamme Rouge Time of places08: 38 - September 4, 2019

Vuelta a España · 5 hours ago

Jetse Bol keeps his followers informed about his adventures in the Tour of Spain. This morning it was not his alarm clock that woke him up, but a street sweeper.

🖋 Woke up this morning at 7:30 am by a street sweeper who passed, Every day a piece part 10

Avatar AuthorJetse BolMoment of places08: 00 - September 4, 2019

Vuelta a España · 7 hours ago

López: "I keep fighting"
After yesterday's time trial, Miguel Ángel López is still third in the rankings, but the gap with the new leader Primoz Roglic is more than two minutes. However, the Spaniard does not give up yet. "Roglic will now have to take his responsibility. I will continue to fight", Astana's leader says in conversation with AS . 25-year-old López must attack in the coming days to have a chance to win the Tour of Spain. "We will continue to fight as a team. Roglic will now be seen more as the leader, which means that his team must take the lead."

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