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2019-09-08T15:56:04.391Z

A tough mountain stage is scheduled for Sunday in the Vuelta a España. The riders have to endure no less than four climbs in the 154 kilometer ride from Tineo to Santuario del Acebo, all of the first category. The finish is uphill. Follow everything in our live blog.



A tough mountain stage is scheduled for Sunday in the Vuelta a España. The riders have to endure no less than four climbs in the 154 kilometer ride from Tineo to Santuario del Acebo, all of the first category. The finish is uphill. Follow everything in our live blog.

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Vuelta a España · 2 minutes ago

These are the classification leaders after the fifteenth stage in the Vuelta a España.

General classification: Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma)
Points classification: Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma)
Mountain classification: Ángel Madrazo (Burgos-BH)
Youth classification: Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates)

Vuelta a España · 5 minutes ago

This is the new top-10 of the general classification after this fifteenth stage in the Vuelta a España.

  • Primoz Roglic 58.10.32
  • Alejandro Valverde + 2.25
  • Tadej Pogacar + 3.42
  • Miguel Ángel Lopez + 3.59
  • Nairo Quintana + 5.09
  • Rafael Majka + 7.14
  • Nicolas Edet + 9.08
  • Wilco Kelderman + 9.15
  • Carl Fredrik Hagen + 9.44
  • Hermann Pernsteiner + 11.39
  • Vuelta a España · 7 minutes ago

    The top 10 of the stage result of the fifteenth stage in the Vuelta a España.

    # LaVuelta19 - Stage 15 - Top 10

    Avatar Author La Flamme Rouge Time of places 17: 47 - 8 September 2019

    Vuelta a España · 8 minutes ago

    Wilco Kelderman also crosses the line, almost two minutes from Roglic and Valverde. A bad day for the Sunweb leader.

    Vuelta a España · 9 minutes ago

    Tadej Pogacar, the number three in the rankings, comes forty seconds after Roglic and Valverde.

    Vuelta a España · 10 minutes ago

    Primoz Roglic and Alejandro Valverde have arrived, at 2.14.

    Vuelta a España · 11 minutes ago

    We have to wait for classification leader Primoz Roglic and Alejandro Valverde. The Slovene from Jumbo-Visma wants to beat the Spaniard in the last 500 meters.

    Vuelta a España · 12 minutes ago

    Ruben Guerreiro of Katusha is second in line, 38 seconds, Tao Gheoghegan Hart finishes third.

    Vuelta a España · 13 minutes ago

    Finish! Sepp Kuss from Jumbo-Visma is the first to cross the line at the Puerto del Acebo and records his first stage win in a big lap. Another success for the Dutch team in Spain.

    Vuelta a España · 13 minutes ago

    Another 0.5 km - Kuss is already handing out handshakes to the public. He visibly enjoys his imminent victory.

    Vuelta a España · 15 minutes ago

    1 km to go - A victory trip will be the last meters of Sepp Kuss. Nothing separates him from the stage victory in this fifteenth stage.

    Vuelta a España · 17 minutes ago

    Another 1.5 km - Tao Geoghegan Hart and Ruben Guerreiro are no closer to Sepp Kuss. The American from Jumbo-Visma is going to win this fifteenth stage.

    Vuelta a España · 19 minutes ago

    2.2 km to go - Again Marc Soler has to do header work for Alejandro Valverde, who is unable to demolish classification leader Primoz Roglic.

    Vuelta a España · 20 minutes ago

    Another 3 km - Sepp Kuss drives very easily over the Puerto del Acebo and seems to be heading for his first stage win in a big lap. The 24-year-old American has a half-minute lead over Tao Geoghegan Hart and Ruben Guerreiro.

    Vuelta a España · 22 minutes ago

    Another 3.3 km - Alejandro Valverde and classification leader Primoz Roglic ride head to head in good harmony on the Puerto del Acebo. They already gather almost half a minute ahead of the competition.

    Vuelta a España · 23 minutes ago

    3.8 km - Leader Sepp Kuss can recuperate somewhat on this flatter strip, before he returns his bike to the steeper sections.

    Vuelta a España · 25 minutes ago

    Another 4 km - Nairo Quintana, the number five in the general classification, must fit for the group of favorites. Wilco Kelderman also raises the white flag.

    Vuelta a España · 26 minutes ago

    Another 4.6 km - Ruben Guerreiro tries to make the crossing from the chasing group to leader Sepp Kuss from Jumbo-Visma. He has to close a gap of 20 seconds.

    Vuelta a España · 28 minutes ago

    Another 5 km - The differences are known. Leader Sepp Kuss runs half a minute for a first chasing group with three riders. At 3.21 are Valverde and Valverde, who in turn hit a margin of 15 seconds with the peloton.

    Vuelta a España · 30 minutes ago

    Another 5.5 km - Alejandro Valverde dances on his pedals on the steep stretches of the Puerto del Acebo. The 39-year-old Spaniard takes a large lead with Primoz Roglic in the wake of the favorites group, which includes Wilco Kelderman.

    Vuelta a España · 31 minutes ago

    Another 5.9 km - Classification leader Primoz Roglic is whistling in the wheel of Alejandro Valverde, the number two in the classification who has to make up for more than two minutes. The Slovenian defends his leader's jersey with verve on the Puerto del Acebo.

    Vuelta a España · 32 minutes ago

    Another 6.3 km - There goes Alejandro Valverde! Only classification leader Primoz Roglic can follow.

    Vuelta a España · 33 minutes ago

    Another 6.7 km - Out and about! Sepp Kuss stands on his pedals, reaches the leader Sergio Samitier and goes over it immediately. The American from Jumbo-Visma is now alone in the lead.

    Vuelta a España · 35 minutes ago

    7 km to go - Will it be a golden day for the Dutch Jumbo-Visma? While Primoz Roglic is riding in the leader's jersey, Sepp Kuss is already swallowing Vasil Kiryienka. Is the American climber going to win the stage?

    Vuelta a España · 36 minutes ago

    7.5 km - In the meantime, the peloton has also started at the Puerto del Acebo. Classification leader Primoz Roglic is driven into a seat by his teammates from the Dutch Jumbo-Visma.

    Vuelta a España · 39 minutes ago

    Another 7.7 km - Sergio Samitier goes solo again! He leaves Vasil Kiryienka on the first meters of the Puerto del Acebo.

    Vuelta a España · 40 minutes ago

    7.8 km to go - The chasing group is making few moves. The fifteen are already forty seconds behind, although that margin is negligible on this monster climb.

    Vuelta a España · 41 minutes ago

    8 km to go - Leaders Sergio Samitier and Vasil Kiryienka have started the final climb, the Puerto del Acebo. The ascent is eight kilometers long and has an average ascent rate of 9.7. So a monster climb.

    Vuelta a España · 44 minutes ago

    Another 11.5 km - Sergio Samitier gets company from Vasil Kiryienka from Team INEOS. The latter is normally the better climber. Their lead over the peloton is more than five minutes. The pursuers follow in half a minute.

    Vuelta a España · one hour ago

    Another 13 km - Another five kilometers until the start of the climb of the Puerto del Acebo. Sergio Samitier is the first to start the monster climb, also the final climb of this fifteenth stage in the Vuelta.

    Vuelta a España · one hour ago

    Another 17 km - Samitier is going solo for the second time today. He takes a small lead over Navarro and O'Connor.

    Vuelta a España · one hour ago

    Another 21 km - The Spaniards Navarro and Samitier and the Australian O'Connor defend a 20 second lead on the first pursuers. The peloton supplied by Jumbo-Visma follows more than 5 minutes.

    Vuelta a España · one hour ago

    29 km to go - The riders have already done a lot, but the toughest is yet to come. The final climb, the first-class Puerto del Acebo, is 7.9 kilometers long and has an average gradient of 9.7 percent.

    Ahora el pelotón afrontará el 3er puerto de 1ra categoría and esta Et15 de #LAVUELTAxESPN !!! #PuertoDelPozoDeLasMujeresMuertas

    Avatar AuthorMario SabatoMoment of places15: 37 - 8 September 2019

    Vuelta a España · one hour ago

    Another 38 km - Samitier is the first to climb the penultimate climb of the day, followed by Navarro and O'Connor. The peloton follows more than 5 minutes.

    Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

    Another 45.5 km - O'Connor and Navarro join Samitier again. We have three people in charge. The group with pursuers is already running in one minute and the peloton in 4.17.

    Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

    Another 49.5 km - Sergio Samitier likes it and drives away from the leading group in the third col of the first category. The Spaniard takes a lead of seventeen counts. The peloton follows 3.11.

    Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

    Another 59 km - The leading group is moving further and further away from the peloton, but they do not get a huge lead. The margin is now 3.50 minutes.

    Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

    A great day so far for classification leader Primoz Roglic. The Slovenian will only really have to work in the final climb, because then he will have to defend his red jersey.

    Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

    In the meantime we can report two dropouts: Brian Van Goethem (Lotto Soudal) and Jesper Hansen (Cofidis) are leaving this Vuelta a España.

    Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

    70 km to go - So we have two more climbs of the first category today including the uphill finish. Jumbo-Visma still leads the pack at 3.44 out of seventeen leaders.

    Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

    80 km to go - A long climb of the first category. The leading group of seventeen is now dropping and has 3.07 minutes ahead of the pack.

    Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

    Still 86.5 km - No problems so far for Jumbo-Visma. A leading group without dangerous names has 2.58 minutes ahead of the large group.

    Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

    Another 90 km - Jumbo-Visma is still ahead of Primoz Roglic in the lead. The riders are currently in the second col (of four total) of the first category.

    Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

    Still 93 km - The peace and quiet is therefore back in the race. We have seventeen riders in front with a 2.35 minute lead on the peloton.

    Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

    All seventeen names from the leading group:

    Juntos todos, 17 and cabeza: Jauregi (ALM) Izagirre (AST) Padun (TBM) Poljanski (BOH) Je.Herrada (COF) Craddock (EF1) Samitier y Rodriguez (EUS) Armée (LTS) Grmay (MTS) Soler (MOV ) O'Connor (TDD) Kiryienka y Gheoghegan Heart (INS) Guerreiro y Navarro (TKA) Kuss (TJV) # LaVuelta19

    Avatar AuthorAlpe__dHuezBTMoment of places14: 41 - September 8, 2019

    Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

    Another 99.5 km - Quentin Jauregui (AG2R), Lawson Craddock (EF Education First), Tsgabu Grmay (Mitchelton-Scott), Dani Navarro (Katusha), Jose Herrada (Cofidis), Pawel Poljanski (BORA) and Ben O'Connor (Team Dimension Data) join the leading group, which now has seventeen riders. The peloton follows on 3.18.

    Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

    Still 101 km - The peloton believes it now and is just three minutes from the peloton. The leading group of ten sees some followers approaching. Two groups drive within a handful of seconds of the leaders.

    Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

    108 km to go - All names in the leading group: Mark Padun (Bahrain), Marc Soler (Movistar), Sander Armée (Lotto Soudal), Tao Gheoghegan Hart, Vasil Kiryienka (INEOS), Ruben Guerreiro (Katusha-Alpecin), Ion Izagirre (Astana), Sepp Kuss (Jumbo-Visma), Óscar Rodríguez and Sergio Samitier (Euskadi-Murias).

    Behind it remains restless with many new attacks ...

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    Source: nunl

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