Tour of Spain – Evenepoel triumphed in the 10th stage! Roglic 2nd, Cavagna 3rd

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Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) takes his first Grand Tour stage win. The Belgian flew over the tenth stage of the Back to Spain, a 30.9-kilometre time trial disputed between Elche and Alicante. Impressive power from the beginning to the end of this lap, the red jersey was ahead primoz roglic (Team Jumbo-Visma) 48 seconds! Behind the Belgian and the Slovenian, we find the Frenchman at 1 minute Remi Cavagna (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team), the pack of wolves thus placing two men on the podium of the day. Fourth at 1’22”, the Spanish carlos rodriguez (INEOS Grenadiers) put on a great performance, as did his teammate Pavel Shivakovfifth at 1’27”.

Video – First Grand Tour victory for Remco Evenepoel!

Remco Evenepoel alone in the world, Primoz Roglic overtakes Enric Mas in the general classification

Excellent tenth of this time trial (+1’51”), Enrique More however, he loses his place of runner-up in the general classification in favor of primoz roglic (Team Jumbo-Visma), the two men are now relegated to 2’41” and 3’03” of the untouchable red jersey. Behind, carlos rodriguez is fourth at 3’55”, then continues Simon Yates (Team BikeExchange-Jayco, 5th at 4’50”) and John Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates, 6th at 4’53”). Although he had to take advantage of this time to move up to the general classification, joao almeida (UAE Team Emirates) was disappointing (15th at 2’13”) and remains seventh. Author of a poor performance (44th at 3’49”), Jay Hindley he dropped out of the top 10, dropping from ninth to thirteenth place.

Rémi Cavagna on a very good day!

Eight non-participants will be included in this tenth stage of the Back to Spainwhose sam bennett (BORA-hansgrohe), which was struggling with mads petersen (Trek-Segafredo) for the green jersey. The first runner to lose 36 minutes in this 30.9-kilometer route is the Luxembourger alex kirsch, author of a time of 35 minutes and 42 seconds. the corridor of the Trek-Segafredo However, it remains only a few moments in the mind, since Michael Hepburn (Team BikeExchange-Jayco) improved his mark by 31 seconds (35’11”).

A good time from the Aussie… but what Remi Cavagna (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) literally explodes minutes later. Author of a great performance (34’18”), the Clermontois takes 53 seconds to Michael Hepburn, achieving 30.9 kilometers at an average speed of 54 km/h. Very ambitious on Sunday in his statements, mads petersen (Trek-Segafredo) crossed the finish line more than 2 minutes behind the runner of the pack of wolvesthe Dane achieving the sixth provisional time.

Bruno Armirail and Rohan Dennis disappoint

Lucas Durbridge (Team BikeExchange-Jayco, +1’22”), Raul Garcia Pierna (Team Kern Pharma, + 1’43”), Xavier Mikel Azparren (Euskaltel-Euskadi, + 1’52”), bruno armrail (Grupama-FDJ, + 1’56”), Bob Jungles (AG2R Citroën Team, + 2’15”)… all these good drivers are far from Remi Cavagnalike Rohan Dennis (Team Jumbo-Visma), only provisional fourth at 1’21”.

He came right after the Australian, fred wright (Bahrain Victorious) climbed to the podium with the third fastest time, 53″ behind the Frenchman, then the Briton left the podium after finishing Lawson Craddock (Team BikeExchange-Jayco), which concedes only 37 seconds to the provisional leader. Nelson Oliveira (Team Movistar, +59″), david of the cross (Team Astana Qazaqstan, + 1’16”), Jan Polanc (United Arab Emirates, + 1’18”), Dylan van Baarle (INEOS Grenadiers, + 1’22”) and vine jay (Alpecin-Deceuninck, +1’26”) then made good runs, then the leaders of the general classification departed.

Remco Evenepoel too strong, Primoz Roglic second, Rémi Cavagna on the podium

While Thymen Arensmann (DSM Team, +1’59”) and Jay Hindley (BORA-hansgrohe, + 2’48”) are completely missing, which joao almeida (UAE Team Emirates, +1’13”) -which takes the derivation of the cars in the final and loses a few seconds- is not at the expected level and that John Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates, + 1’17”) does it a little less than the others, excellent times must be credited carlos rodriguez (INEOS Grenadiers, +22″), Pavel Shivakov (INEOS Grenadiers, +27″), Simon Yates (Team BikeExchange-Jayco, +42″), Tao Geoghegan Hart (INEOS Grenadier, +46″), Miguel Angel Lopez (Team Astana Qazaqstan, +47″), Enrique More (Movistar Team, +51″) and Ben O’Connor (AG2R Citroën Team, +53″). But all these men are outclassed by primoz roglic (Team Jumbo-Visma), which exceeds the time of Cavagna 12 seconds… but mostly because Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team), back on another planet and taking 48 seconds to Roglic to claim his first Grand Tour stage win and further cement his red jersey!


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