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The peloton starts the hill stage in Vuelta

2019-09-04T10:56:41.675Z

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.



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.

  • Vuelta a España
  • Eleventh stage
  • LIVE
  • Hilly ride
  • 180 kilometers
  • Primoz Roglic in red sweater

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Vuelta a España · 9 minutes 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

Cycling · 22 minutes ago

Astana announces that Hugo Houle will also be driving for the next three years. The 28-year-old Canadian hopes to get opportunities in the coming years in one-day races and the big laps, as can be read on the website of Kazakh formation.

We are happy to announce that @ Hugo Will stay in our team for 3 more years! 📰👉Read details: https://t.co/x37H2mlgjr # AstanaProTeam📷 @ Gettysport

Avatar AuthorAstana Pro TeamMoment of places12: 20 - 4 September 2019

Vuelta a España · one hour 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

Cycling · one hour ago

Classification leader Annemiek van Vleuten is on his way to the start of the second stage of the Boels Ladies Tour.

Good morning! On our way to the start or stage with finish in Weert (around 4pm). If you can't wait you can watch yesterdays prologue action (from start to finish!) Here: https://t.co/9v7luNB7bB @tvgelderland

Avatar Author Annemiek van VleutenMoment of places11: 25 - 4 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 2 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 https://t.co/eOu7rXfn8B

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

Vuelta a España · 2 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

Cycling · 3 hours ago

Italian fall for Bernal
Tour de France winner Egan Bernal closes the 2019 cycling season with a number of Italian races. His last sporting goal of this season is the Tour of Lombardy, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport . The fall program of the Colombian largely matches that of last year. In preparation for Lombardy, he starts in the Giro dell'Emilia (5 October), GP Beghelli (6 October), Tre Valli Varesine (8 October) and Milan-Turin (9 October).

Cycling · 3 hours ago

Van der Poel definitely not on the road in Tokyo
During the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Mathieu van der Poel will focus entirely on a golden slice of mountain biking. He therefore let the road race go. "That is far too difficult, participation in the competition at the Games is not an option," he says in De Telegraaf . "I thought about it for a while, but that was at an early stage when the first data showed that there was a bigger gap between the road race and mountain biking." In the final program there are only two days between both disciplines.

Cycling · 3 hours ago

The women in the Boels Ladies Tour, with Annemiek van Vleuten in the leader's jersey, see no hills today. The second stage is completely flat.

# BLT2019 WE - Stage 1🚩 Stramproy🏁 Weert🚴🏻‍♂️ 123.5 KmRoute: https://t.co/5xFeieEnG0

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

Vuelta a España · 4 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: https://t.co/04WOUsNFuJ

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

Vuelta a España · 4 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 https://t.co/j7POenEk1N

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

Cycling · 5 hours ago

Not only do they get on their bikes again in the Vuelta today, there is also another stage on the program in the Boels Ladies Tour. Yesterday Annemiek van Vleuten won the prologue, which means she can start in the leader's jersey today. At 1 p.m. the peloton will start in Strampoy in Limburg and the finish will be 123 kilometers later in Weert.

TODAY 📅 # LaVuelta19 stage 11 from 12:40 pm CEST (8:40 pm AEST) and # BLT2019 stage 2, with @AvVleuten in the leader's jersey, from 1pm (9pm) .📸 Getty Images

Avatar Author Mitchelton-SCOTT Moment of Places 7:45 - September 4, 2019

Vuelta a España · 5 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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