Friday, September 22, 2023

Results of the Vuelta a España 2023: this is how the classifications remain

The Belgian cyclist Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Quick-Step)sThis Saturday the fourteenth stage of La Tour of Spain, held over 156.5 kilometers between Sauveterre-de-Béarn and Larra-Belagua, with a magnificent performance in the mountains that allows him to redeem himself from Friday’s disaster, while the American Sepp Kuss (Jumbo-Visma) retains the red test jersey.

“Yesterday was not the best day in the world, but today is a new day with new opportunities. It will be a new way of running,” Evenepoel warned before the start of the stage, which started from the heart of the Pyrenees-Atlantiques.

The Belgian, current champion of La Vuelta, He pulled from pride and character after his sinking in the Tourmalet, where it was left 27 minutes; He attacked from the beginning of the day, went with the Frenchman Romain Bardet (DSM-firmenich) and managed to leave him behind with four kilometers to go, sealing his second stage victory alone after the one achieved on the third day in Arinsal.

General classification of La Vuelta

  1. Sepp Kuss TJV at 51:04:54

  2. Primoz Roglic TJV at 00:01:37

  3. Jonas Vingegaard TJV at 00:01:44

  4. Juan Ayuso UAD at 00:02:37

  5. Enric Mas MOV at 00:03:06

  6. Marc Soler UAD at 00:03:10

  7. Mikel Landa BAV at 00:04:12

  8. Alexksandr Vlasov BOH at 00:05:02

  9. Cian Uijtdebroeks BOH at 00:05:30

  10. Joao Almeida UAD at 00:08:39

  11. David de la Cruz AQT at 00:09:25

  12. Steff Cras TOE at 00:09:39

  13. Santiago Buitrago Sánchez BAV at 00:13:15

  14. Cristian Rodríguez Martin TAS at 00:17:31

  15. Remco Evenepoel SOQ at 00:19:12

  16. Juan Pedro López Perez at 00:23:25

  17. Hugh John Carthy EFE at 31:07

  18. Leny Martínez GDJ at 00:31:56

  19. Einer Augusto Rubio MOV at 00:34:23

  20. Attilta Valter JUM at 00:35:09


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