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  2. List of Vuelta a España classification winners - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_Vuelta_a_España

    Vuelta Year Overall Points Mountains Combination 75 2020: Primož Roglič: Primož Roglič: Guillaume Martin: 74 2019: Primož Roglič: Primož Roglič: Geoffrey Bouchard: 73 2018: Simon Yates: Alejandro Valverde: Thomas De Gendt: Simon Yates: 72 2017: Chris Froome: Chris Froome: Davide Villella: Chris Froome: 71 2016: Nairo Quintana: Fabio Felline: Omar Fraile: Nairo Quintana: 70 2015

  3. List of Vuelta a España general classification winners ... › wiki › List_of_Vuelta_a_España

    Primož Roglič won the 2019 Vuelta to become the first Slovenian rider to win a Grand Tour. Roglič won again the following year, beating runner-up Richard Carapaz by 24 seconds. [37]

  4. La Vuelta ciclista a España 2019 | Stage winners and leaders › race › vuelta-a-espana

    Winner Leader after stage; 08/24: Stage 1 | Salinas de Torrevieja - Torrevieja : Astana Pro Team: LÓPEZ Miguel Ángel: 08/25: Stage 2 | Benidorm - Calpe: QUINTANA Nairo: ROCHE Nicolas: 08/26: Stage 3 | Ibi. Ciudad del Juguete - Alicante: BENNETT Sam: ROCHE Nicolas: 08/27: Stage 4 | Cullera - El Puig: JAKOBSEN Fabio: ROCHE Nicolas: 08/28

  5. Vuelta 2019: Results - › vuelta-2019-results

    Vuelta 2019: Results. Primoz Roglic won the 74th edition of the Vuelta a España. Alejandro Valverde and Tadej Pogacar rounded out the podium. Winning three mountain stages and being only 20 years old, Pogacar was a revelation in his first Grand Tour. Check out the final GC of the 2019 Vuelta, or click on the links in underneath scheme for race results and reports.

  6. Vuelta a España: Winners and records - › vuelta-2019 › winners-vuelta

    Combi/youth (2019) 2019: Primoz Roglic: Primoz Roglic: Geoffrey Bouchard: Tadej Pogacar: 2018: Simon Yates: Alejandro Valverde: Thomas De Gendt: Simon Yates: 2017: Chris Froome: Chris Froome: Davide Villella: Chris Froome: 2016: Nairo Quintana: Fabio Felline: Omar Fraille: Chris Froome: 2015: Fabio Aru: Alejandro Valverde: Omar Fraille: Joaquim Rodriguez: 2014: Alberto Contador: John Degenkolb

  7. 2019 Vuelta a España - Wikipedia › wiki › 2019_Vuelta_a_España
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    The race was won by Primož Roglič of Team Jumbo–Visma, making him the first Slovenian rider to win a Grand Tour. Rounding out the podium were Alejandro Valverde of Movistar Team in second and Roglič's countryman Tadej Pogačar of UAE Team Emirates in third. Along with the overall, Roglič also took the points classification. Geoffrey Bouchard of AG2R La Mondiale won the mountains classification, while Pogačar was the best young rider. Miguel Ángel López of Astana was named the...

    The 18 UCI WorldTeams are automatically invited to the race. In addition, four Professional Continental teams obtained a wildcard, bringing the number of teams to 22.

    The winner of the 2018 Vuelta a España, Simon Yates, had decided to not defend his title after riding in the 2019 Giro d'Italia and Tour de France. Steven Kruijswijk, Primož Roglič, Miguel Ángel López, Jakob Fuglsang and Nairo Quintana were considered among the pre-race favourites. Fernando Gaviria and Sam Bennett were considered as potential stage winners and points classification contenders. Kruijswijk climbed on the podium of the 2019 Tour de France, while his team partner Roglič ...

    • 24 August – 15 September
    • 21
    • 3,290.7 km (2,045 mi)
    • 83h 07' 14"
  8. Primoz Roglic makes history as Jumbo-Visma rider becomes ... › cycling › 2019/09/15

    Sep 15, 2019 · Vuelta a España 2019 | Final podium in Madrid Primoz Roglic won the Vuelta a España on Sunday after Fabio Jakobsen claimed the final stage Credit: Getty Images 6:55PM

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    La Vuelta 21: teams selection. The organizers of La Vuelta have chosen the teams that will take part in the 76th edition of the Spanish Grand Tour. LaVuelta 21 will start on Saturday the 14th of August and finish on Sunday the 5th of September, from Burgos to Santiago de Compostela.

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