The last stage will be on Sunday in the Vuelta a España. With Jumbo-Visma rider Primoz Roglic in the red jersey, the riders set sail for Madrid, where after 106 kilometers they will probably be jumping for the stage victory. Follow everything in our live blog.

  • Vuelta a España
  • Last stage
  • Riders on the road
  • Finish around 8 p.m.
  • Roglic on the way to victory

Click here for the live widget or scroll down for the live blog.

Vuelta a España · 7 minutes ago

Beautiful images! Now that the peloton is taking it easy, the riders have time for everything. The Spaniard Jesús Ezquerra, from the modest Burgos bra, seizes the opportunity and asks his girlfriend to marry him.

🚴‍♂️🇪🇸 | 💕 @Jesusezquerra ensures a successful conclusion to his #LaVuelta! 💕

Avatar AuthorEurosport NetherlandsMoment of places18: 14 - 15 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 9 minutes ago

Another 67 km - We still have 12 kilometers to travel to Madrid, where we start with the real work. In the Spanish capital the riders are given eight local laps for their choices.

Vuelta a España · 13 minutes ago

Roglic: "This gives me confidence for years to come"
Primoz Roglic still has to finish the stage, but with the almost unmistakable final victory, the leader of Jumbo-Visma expects more for the coming years in the big cycling rounds. "It is a special moment," says the Slovenian. "It is great that the end of the Vuelta is in sight and I will certainly be happy in Madrid. This gives me confidence for the coming years. I could not have done this on my own."

Vuelta a España · 28 minutes ago

🇪🇸 # LaVuelta19This one is also for you @ tonymartin85 and @s_kruijswijk 👊

Avatar AuthorTeam Jumbo-Visma cyclingMoment of places17: 57 - September 15, 2019

Vuelta a España · 28 minutes ago

78 km to go - Following the example of AG2R-La Mondiale, the Jumbo-Visma riders will sink into the peloton. Roglic and the servants of the Dutch team, who lost Steven Kruijswijk and Tony Martin, ride the road side by side with his six.

Vuelta a España · 40 minutes ago

85 km to go - The peloton is still together. Only the riders of AG2R-La Mondiale are riding slightly behind the peloton to honor Geoffrey Bouchard, the winner of the mountain classification.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

This is currently the pace that the peloton maintains.

📽️🤩¡Las últimas pedaladas hacia Madrid! / 🇬🇧 Heading to Madrid! Last day! # LaVuelta19

Avatar Author La Vuelta Moment of Places 17: 31 - 15 September 2019

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Another 93 km - The wearers of the different jerseys disappear from the first rows, but the peloton moves in the direction of Madrid and at an autumn sun. If the weather changes completely and it starts to rain on the local lap, the times for the general classification are taken into account when the riders for the first time pass the finish line in the Spanish capital with 52 kilometers ahead.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

Thomas De Gendt still has to cover 100 kilometers to finish his third major this year. The Belgian puts an end to his season after the Vuelta.

Final race of the season for me. Others would say "let's make it count". But not me.

Avatar Author Thomas De Gendt Moment of Places 13: 05-15 September 2019

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

As usual, the final stage starts with the necessary frills. The leaders in all rankings adorn the first row. Primoz Roglic wears the red and also leads the points classification, but Nairo Quintana is the number two in that ranking with the green jersey around her shoulders. Geoffrey Bouchard is wearing the polka-dot sweater and Tadej Pogacar is holding the white sweater.


Avatar Author La Flamme Rouge Time of places 17: 13 - 15 September 2019

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

106 km to go - We have started! The peloton is en route in the final stage to Madrid.

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

At Jumbo-Visma, the mood before the stage is good.

These men (+ Stevie and Tony) represent a very Proud team! Thank you to ALL the people involved! Congrats @rogla!

Avatar AuthorMerijn ZeemanMoment of places16: 25 - 15 September 2019

Vuelta a España · one hour ago

The profile of the final stage is as follows.

Apa Etapa 21 | Stage 21 🔥🚩 Fuenlabrada🏁 Madrid⏰ 17:10 CET> 19:49 CET📏 106.6 km💚 Madrid + info ➡️ # LaVuelta19 x @relivecc

Avatar Author La Vuelta Moment of Places 10: 00-15 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

Chances are that the last stage of the Vuelta will end in a mass sprint. Sam Bennett, who already has two stage victories, is seen as the top favorite for the win. Fabio Jakobsen and Fernando Gaviria are seen as the biggest competitors for the Irishman in the sprint.

Vuelta a España · 2 hours ago

The final stage will start in the Vuelta a España in half an hour. He leads the pack over more than 106 flat kilometers from Fuenlabrada to Madrid and normally no longer causes differences in the top of the general classification. Red jersey carrier Primoz Roglic must be especially wary of falls in order not to give away his leading position in the standings.

Vuelta a España · 5 hours ago

Proud Valverde did not dare to dream of second place
Alejandro Valverde is extremely proud of his second place in the Vuelta a España. The world champion of Movistar had not taken into account that he would end up on the podium in Spain. "This podium place is unexpected for me. I would have taken a stage win into account, but I would not have dared to dream of a second place. It is phenomenal," said Valverde, 39, with one more stage to go.

Vuelta a España · 8 hours ago

The last stage of the Vuelta is one according to a proven recipe. The riders start in Fuenlabrada at 5.10 pm and then ride ten laps through Madrid. That is very likely a mass sprint.

# LaVuelta19 - Stage 21 Fuenlabrada Madrid Madrid 106.5 Km Route:

Avatar Author La Flamme Rouge Time of places 10: 32 - 15 September 2019

Vuelta a España · 8 hours ago

Jetse Bol makes clear why a large part of the riders is happy that the Vuelta is almost over.

We are in a hotel that warms up pasta in the microwave and an omelette at breakfast is not possible because the keyken is one floor below .. is it strange that after 20 days of cycling you are somewhat grumpy @ bobbietraksel?

Avatar AuthorJetse BolMoment of places09: 48 - 15 September 2019

Back up