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Groep-Kelderman has a large margin in the final Vuelta fan stage

2019-09-11T14:14:51.690Z

A day after the last day of rest, a hilly stage is scheduled in the Vuelta a España. The seventeenth ride goes from Aranda de Duero to Guadalajara and is almost 220 kilometers long. Follow everything here live.


A day after the last day of rest, a hilly stage is scheduled in the Vuelta a España. The seventeenth ride goes from Aranda de Duero to Guadalajara and is almost 220 kilometers long. Follow everything here live.

Good afternoon! My name is Robbert van der Linde and in this live blog we will keep you informed about the seventeenth stage in the Vuelta a España.

  • Vuelta a España
  • Stage 17
  • Flat ride
  • Riders on the road
  • Chaotic stage
  • Large leading group away
  • Roglic in leader's sweater

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Vuelta a España · 2 minutes ago

Still 8 km - Quintana is 7.43 behind Roglic in the rankings. If the difference stays for five minutes, he narrowly beeps past Valverde, who is at 2.48 of the red, to place two. Wilco Kelderman will also make a leap, in the current situation the Dutchman is the new number six.

Vuelta a España · 6 minutes ago

Still 13 km - Despite the reinforcements in front for Astana, the difference goes back to the five minutes. In the leading group, Sam Bennett seems to be looking forward to the flowers today. His main competitors in the sprint are Edvald Boasson Hagen, Max Walscheid and Juan Sebastián Molano and he must be able to have them easily.

Vuelta a España · 10 minutes ago

15 km to go - The lead of the large leading group rises again to 4.50. The day winner is therefore in any case among the attackers, the group with Roglic and Valverde is now solely concerned with limiting damage.

Vuelta a España · 14 minutes ago

Another 19 km - The average speed of this stage is exactly 50 kilometers per hour! As if we are doing a time trial instead of a flat ride of more than 200 kilometers.

Vuelta a España · 15 minutes ago

Quick-Step team leader Patrick Lefevere can enjoy the fans. We wonder if he would have thrown the same on Twitter if his team was not represented in the lead group with about five people.

Beautiful echelons # lavuelta19tve @deceuninck_qst I adore it

Avatar AuthorPatrick LefevereMoment of places15: 40 - 11 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 17 minutes ago

Another 22 km - Luis León Sánchez and Gorka Izagirre let themselves down from the leading group and now drive to protect third place of their leader Miguel Ángel López. The difference between the two groups remains around 4.30.

Vuelta a España · 26 minutes ago

32 km to go - There are still some casualties in the peloton. There is no sign of Nicolas Edet (the number seven in the rankings) and Hermann Pernsteiner (the number ten).

Vuelta a España · 28 minutes ago

35 km to go - Thanks to the work of Soler, the peloton was pulled apart and this small group was just ahead of the big crowd. In the meantime it is coming together again, so that the joint pursuit is started again. The front runners have a lead of 4.40.

Vuelta a España · 33 minutes ago

Another 41 km - It's on the side! The peloton also breaks apart into fans. A small group makes a mistake, with Roglic, Valverde, Lopez and Pogacar. Exactly the same thing happens in the leading group, it falls apart.

Vuelta a España · 34 minutes ago

Still 42 km - Bizar, it's Movistar against Movistar. The Spanish team rides both in the front group and the peloton in front.

Vuelta a España · 36 minutes ago

The somewhat strange maneuver of Movistar in the picture. Are they after all more concerned with bringing Alejandro Valverde back than having Nairo quintana walk out?

🇪🇸 # LaVuelta19: ¡Ojo a esta jugada! @ solermarc93 y @ pedrero_antonio se ponen a tirar a tope del grupo de Roglic para hacer perder elementos al mismo y complicar que luego puedan seguir tirando los demás. Unrecorte que puede reportar dividendos más adelante. 46 km already final.

Avatar AuthorMovistar TeamMoment of places15: 30 - 11 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 39 minutes ago

Still 46 km - Movistar is suddenly joining the group in the Roglic group. Striking, because that is what makes Quintana lurking. The difference goes back to five minutes. Roglic will not mind at all, because the wearer of the red jersey no longer has any teammates around him.

Vuelta a España · 44 minutes ago

Another 48.5 km - Ai! Jakobsen can no longer follow the pace on a light climb (because it is going uphill regularly today) and is released from the leading group. The Dutch champion will therefore not win this stage.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 50 km - We are slowly approaching the end of this chaotic seventeenth stage in the Vuelta. For the time being 29 riders have a 5.31 lead over a thinned peloton with red jersey carrier Roglic. As said: there is not really climbing on paper today, because there are no categorized climbs in this ride.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

These Slovenes also found each other in the stage, because they are chasing together. Jumbo-Visma (Roglic) and UAE Team Emirates (Pogacar) are leading the group with Astana with Quintana as the most dangerous rider.

🇪🇦 # LaVuelta19🇸🇮Slovenia United! 🤝 @ rogla & @ TamauPogi💚 #ifeelsLOVEnia

Avatar AuthorTeam Jumbo-Visma cyclingMoment of places15: 15 - 11 September 2019

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 56 km - These 29 names are now in the leading group:

  • Rojas, Erviti, Oliveira, Quintana, Luis León Sanchez, Teuns, Sam Bennett, Koch, Gilbert, Capecchi, Cavagna, Declercq, Jakobsen , Knox, Stybar, Craddock, Bewley, Smith, Boasson Hagen, Doull, Poels , Geoghegan Hart, Stannard , Kelderman , Arndt, Power, Walscheid, Molano and Dillier.

Izagirre is no longer there compared to the thirty men we had previously led. The front group has a 5.25 minute lead over the thinned peloton, where Izagirre now rides again. He servant López in that group. Roglic, Valverde and Pogacar are also there.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 60 km - In the leading group, riders start to believe in the stage victory and therefore they also look carefully at each other. Not everyone is now full for the general classification (for example sprinter Jakobsen). The 29 men in the leading group now have 5.17 minutes ahead of the group with Roglic, Valverde, Pogacar and López.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 66 km - The lead of the leading group increases slightly again: 5.25. Roglic will in any case be happy with the (extra) support from Astana, as the Slovenian was in danger of losing his red jersey to Quitana today. But it does not (so far) come to that.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

70 km to go - It seemed to be getting very stuffy for red-footed wearer Roglic, but the Slovenian can sit on his bike a lot more comfortably. The lead of the leading group goes from 6.09 to 5.15.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 77 km - Gorka Izagirre of Astana was just in the lead group, but is now picked up by the Roglic group. The Spaniard will participate in the hunt for the leading group. The difference continues to shrink: 5.28.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

80 km to go - Back to the race. Jumbo-Visma and UAE Team Emirates already gave full throttle to the Roglic group, but now Astana also comes to help extensively. The lead of the leading group also decreases slightly: 5.47.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Still 81 km - A little attention for Wilco Kelderman (on the photo to the left of green jersey wearer Quintana). The Dutchman is therefore also in the leading group and in this way will also do excellent business for the general classification. The Team Sunweb rider already took two bonus seconds along the way (at the intermediate sprint) and is virtually sixth in the rankings. He is approaching men like Pogacar (virtual fourth) and López (virtual fifth).

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

84 km to go - The rest in the race is certainly not back yet, but it is all becoming a bit more manageable. The leading group of thirty men (with Quintana, Kelderman, Poels and Jakobsen) has a lead of 6.09 over the thinned peloton with Roglic, Valverde, Pogacar and López.

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

Another 87.5 km - We now also have a picture of the group with Roglic. As reported, Valverde, Pogacar and López also belong to that group. Jumbo-Visma, Astana and UAE Team Emirates take that group by the hand and start the chase. They are already 6.03 behind the leading group. Quintana needs 1.40 for the red jersey!

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

Another 90 km - We now have these thirty names in the leading group:

  • Rojas, Erviti, Oliveira, Quintana, Izagirre, Luis León Sanchez, Teuns, Sam Bennett, Koch, Gilbert, Capecchi, Cavagna, Declercq, Jakobsen , Knox, Stybar, Craddock, Bewley, Smith, Boasson Hagen, Doull, Poels , Geoghegan Hart , Stannard, Kelderman , Arndt, Power, Walscheid, Molano and Dillier.

Their lead over the group with Roglic? 5.40 minutes!

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

Still 95 km - It remains chaotic in the Vuelta and so we try to keep it as clear as possible. An overview of the current situation:

We have a leading group of about thirty riders with Quintana as a big name and Kelderman, Poels and Jakobsen as Dutch assets. They drove away early (at the time 47 men) and have a lead of 5.16 on a group with Roglic, Valverde, Pogacar and López. That would mean that Quintana will be the new number two in the general classification and Kelderman will rise to fifth place.

Jumbo-Visma (Roglic), Astana (López) and UAE Team Emirates (Pogacar) lead the chase in the thinned peloton. The red jersey from Roglic is not really in danger yet, but Quintana is virtually virtual.

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

Five minutes for the leading group. If it stays that way, Quintana becomes the new number two in the general classification and Kelderman climbs to place five. Roglic must start worrying anyway.

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

108 km to go - The leading group of 32 now has a five-minute lead over the thinned group with red jersey wearer Roglic.

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

It goes pretty fast today in the Vuelta, shall we say. In the meantime, Kelderman takes two seconds in the intermediate sprint and is only five seconds behind Nicolas Edet, the number seven in the general classification.

🇪🇦 # LaVuelta19😱The average speed after two hours of racing: 47.6 km / h. It's a fast and hard stage to the finish in Guadalajara.

Avatar AuthorTeam Jumbo-Visma cyclingMoment of places14: 08 - 11 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

118 km to go - We now have a leading group of 32 with Quintana and three Dutchmen (Kelderman, Poels and Jakobsen). Roglic would now be in pursuit with a group of about thirty people. Together with men like Valverde, López and Pogacar, the Slovenian classification leader rides at 4.35 of the front group.

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

These 32 names would now still be in the leading group:

  • Rojas, Erviti, Oliveira, Quintana, Izagirre, Luis León Sánchez, Teuns, Sam Bennett, Koch, Gilbert, Capecchi, Declercq, Jakobsen , Knox, Stybar, Craddock, Bewley, Smith, Boasson Hagen, Doull, Poels , Geoghegan Hart, Stannard , Kelderman , Arndt, Pedersen, Power, Walscheid, Kirsch, Marcato, Molano and Troia.

The lead on the group with Roglic, Valverde, López and Pogacar is 4.35. Those riders, with a group, would have left part of the pack behind.

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

127 km to go - We would now have 33 riders in the leading group, including at least Quintana and Kelderman. It is going very fast, which means that several riders have to release. The peloton still follows at 4.30.

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

130 km to go - It remains chaotic in the Vuelta. On a small hill the necessary riders from the leading group would have been released, including Jetse Bol. The front group has at least 4.30 minutes ahead of the pack.

# LaVuelta19 - Seems like the break is really pulling hard. 13 riders dropped with Degenkolb, Van Hooydonck, Haussler, Bol.

Avatar Author La Flamme Rouge Time of places 13: 48 - 11 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

Still 132 km - Yes, so a 'flat' stage today, but no lack of spectacle for the time being. The leading group of 47 with names like Quintana and Kelderman still has a good four minutes lead on the peloton. If this remains the case, Quintana climbs from sixth to three in the rankings. Kelderman would be the new number six.

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

135 km to go - Capturing the leading group and the peloton in one image. The 47 leaders now have a 4.14 minute lead on the group with Roglic.

Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

These are, as far as known, the 47 names in the leading group:

  • José Joaquín Rojas, Imanol Erviti, Nelson Oliveira, Nairo Quintana (Movistar), Pierre Latour, Quentin Jauregui, Clément Venturini (AG2R), Gorka Izagirre, Luis León Sanchez (Astana), Heinrich Haussler, Dylan Teuns (Bahrain Merida), Sam Bennett (BORA), Jonas Koch, Nathan Van Hooydonck (CCC), Philippe Gilbert, Eros Capecchi, Tim Declercq, Fabio Jakobsen , James Knox, Zdenek Stybar (Deceuninck-Quick-Step)

  • Lawson Craddock, Daniel Martinez (Education First), Tosh Van Der Sande (Lotto Soudal), Esteban Chaves, Sam Bewley, Damien Howson, Dion Smith (Mitchelton-SCOTT), Edvald Boasson Hagen, Ben King, Rasmus Tiler (Dimension Data), Owen Doull, Wout Poels , Tao Geoghegan Hart, Ian Stannard (Team INEOS), Wilco Kelderman , Nikias Arndt, Casper Pedersen, Rob Power, Max Walscheid (Sunweb)

  • John Degenkolb, Alex Kirsch (Trek-Segafredo), Marco Marcato, Juan Sebastian Molano, Oliviero Troia (UAE Team Emirates), Jetse Bol (Burgos), Gonzalo Serrano (Caja Rural-Seguros RGA) and Aritz Bagües (Euskadi-Murias).

Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

Another 142 km - We were already a bit afraid of it, but the 47 given names are not entirely correct. There are still 47 riders in the leading group, but this is the change:

Gorka Izagirre (Astana), Nathan Van Hooydonck (CCC), Owen Doull, Ian Stannard (Team INEOS) are happy, but Hermann Pernsteiner (Bahrain Merida), Rémi Cavagna (Deceuninck-Quick-Step), Mitchell Docker (EF Education First ) and Jaco Venter (Dimension Data) not.

Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

Still 147 km - The lead of the leading group is growing. The 47 front riders now have four minutes on the peloton. Should Roglic really start worrying?

Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

154 km to go - The difference between the 47 men in the leading group and the peloton remains around three minutes. With Kelderman, Poels, Bol and Jakobsen there are four Dutchmen in the front group. Quintana, the number six in the rankings, is also included.

Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

Still 166 km - The big leading group is good news for men like Quintana and Kelderman. The Colombian is sixth in the general classification at 7.43 from Roglic. The Slovenian doesn't have to get nervous immediately, but Miguel Ángel López (fourth) and Pogacar (third) see their place in danger. That is why, in addition to Jumbo-Visma, Astana and UAE Team Emirates are also leading the pack. The difference between the two groups is three minutes!

Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

What can we say about the huge leading group? Their lead is currently 2.47 on the pack, to begin with. With Kelderman, Jakobsen, Bol and Poels, four Dutch people are involved. In addition, there are no fewer than seven Deceuninck-Quick-Step riders in the front group. Only Maximiliano Richeze is not for the Belgian formation.

Apa Etapa 17 - Stage 17 | # LaVuelta19🔥 ¡7 ciclistas de @deceuninck_qst and cabeza! Entre ellos, @JamesKnoxx (11º GC), Gilbert, Jakobsen / 🇬🇧 7 riders from Deceuninck are at the front group! ⏳ 2:30 diferencia / last gap🖥️ https://t.co/izln1uYnJq📸: @PhotoGomezSport

Avatar Author La Vuelta Moment of Places 12: 50 - September 11, 2019

Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

170 km to go - In all likelihood we are just saying, this is a leading group of 47 riders with four Dutchmen. These are all names:

  • Quintana, Kelderman , Pernsteiner, Knox, Teuns, Chaves, Luis León Sánchez, Geoghegan Hart, Latour, Rojas, Martinez, Gilbert, King, Poels , Howson, Van Der Sande, Craddock, Oliveira, Cavagna, Stybar, Erviti, Jauregui, Venturini , Arndt, Declercq, Koch, Marcato, Boasson Hagen, Smith, Bol , Pedersen, Bewley, Capecchi, Kirsch, Docker, Tiller, Bagües, Degenkolb, Haussler, Serrano, Power, Jakobsen , Walscheid, Sam Bennett, Molano and Troia.

Vuelta a España · 3 hours ago

175 km to go - Jumbo-Visma (Roglic) and UAE Team Emirates (Pogacar) have to go to work. The leading group is large and drives farther away: 2.30. Will men like Quintana and Kelderman still cause problems in the general classification?

Vuelta a España · 4 hours ago

Here the image that Powless from Jumbo-Visma is sinking back into the peloton. The Dutch formation has in any case no rider in the leading group. That group, of about forty riders, now has more than two minutes' lead.

🇪🇦 # LaVuelta19🔙 @ NPowless is back in the bunch. We have tasks the lead in the peloton. The advantage of the big breakaway: 1'52.📷@PhotoGomezSport

Avatar AuthorTeam Jumbo-Visma cyclingMoment of places12: 34 - September 11, 2019

Vuelta a España · 4 hours ago

192 km to go - It is still not entirely clear who is in the leading group. The fact is that a group of about forty riders has a lead of 1.42 on the peloton.

Vuelta a España · 4 hours ago

The large group drove away from the pack. With Quintana, Kelderman and Hermann Pernsteiner we have at least three men from the top ten of the general classification at the front.

🏁 Km 20 | Etapa 17 - Stage 17 | # LaVuelta19🚴‍♂️🚴‍♂️ Más de 1 minuto para un grupo de al menos 40 unidades. Entre ellos: @NairoQuinCo @ W1lcokelderman @ perni100 (6º, 8º y 10º GC), @Sammmy_Be @PhilippeGilbert @johndegenkolb ... 🖥️ https://t.co/izln1uYnJq📸: @PhotoGomezSport

Avatar Author La Vuelta Moment of places 12: 27 - 11 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 4 hours ago

Another 200 km - With Jakobsen, Poels, Bol and also Kelderman, there are four men in the leading group, but it seems that there are no 42 anymore. Bol, for example, would no longer be at the front and Jumbo-Visma's Powless dropped back to head the pack. The Dutch team is apparently not very happy with this large leading group. The differences can still be seen between the two groups: 1.18.

Vuelta a España · 4 hours ago

All names in the leading group of 42:

  • Jose Joaquin Rojas, Imanol Erviti, Nairo Quintana (Movistar), Pierre Latour, Quentin Jauregui, Clément Venturini (AG2R), Luis Leon Sanchez (Astana), Heinrich Haussler, Hermann Pernsteiner (Bahrain Merida), Sam Bennett (BORA), Jonas Koch (CCC), Philippe Gilbert, Eros Capecchi, Fabio Jakobsen , James Knox (Deceuninck-Quick-Step), Lawson Craddock, Mitchell Docker, Daniel Martinez (EF Education First),

  • Thomas De Gendt, Tosh van der Sande (Lotto Soudal), Sam Bewley, Damien Howson, Dion Smith (Mitchelton-SCOTT), Edvald Boasson Hagen, Ben King, Rasmus Tiler, Jaco Venter (Dimension Data), Wout Poels , Tao Geoghegan Hart (Team INEOS), Neilson Powless (Jumbo-Visma), Wilco Kelderman , Nikias Arndt, Casper Pedersen, Rob Power, Max Walscheid (Sunweb), John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo), Marco Marcato, Juan Sebastian Molano, Oliviero Troia (UAE) Team Emirates), Jetse Bol (Burgos), Gonzalo Serrano (Caja Rural-Seguros RGA) and Aritz Bagues (Euskadi-Murias)

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