Friday, September 29, 2023

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

13th stage of the Vuelta Ciclista a España 2023

13th stage of the Vuelta Ciclista a España 2023
Manuel Bruque

The danish Jonas Vingegaard, as he already did on the Tourmalet day, led the dominance of Jumbo Visma presenting candidacy for the red jersey with a resounding victory alone in the sixteenth stage of the Back to Spaindisputed between Liencres and the unprecedented peak of Bejes, 120.1 km, in which Sepp Kuss saved the lead for 29 seconds.

Quite a surprise for Vingegaard (Hillerslev, 26 years old) with a double signed in his style, as in the Tourmalet. A victory dedicated to his Belgian teammate Nathan Hooydonckwho is torn between life and death after suffering a traffic accident in his country.

In France he attacked 6 km from the summit and no one saw his number anymore. Going up, Bejes said goodbye to the staff at 4. Definitive, forceful start and arms raised, making it clear that the leader and candidate for the red in Madrid is going to be him, with the credentials of a double winner of the Tour.

General classification of La Vuelta

  1. Sepp Kuss TJV at 57:18:10

  2. Jonas Vingegaard TJV at 00:00:29

  3. Primoz Roglic TJV at 00:01:33

  4. Juan Ayuso UAD at 00:02:33

  5. Enric Mas MOV at 00:03:02

  6. Marc Soler UAD at 00:03:28

  7. Mikel Landa BAV at 00:04:12

  8. Alexksandr Vlasov BOH at 00:04:58

  9. Cian Uijtdebroeks BOH at 00:05:38

  10. Joao Almeida UAD at 00:08:43

  11. Steff Cras TOE at 00:10:00

  12. Santiago Buitrago Sánchez BAV at 00:10:21

  13. Cristian Rodríguez Martin TAS at 00:15:34

  14. Juan Pedro López Perez SOQ at 00:24:07

  15. Remco Evenepoel SOQ at 00:29:33

  16. Einer Augusto Rubio MOV at 00:39:06

  17. Wout Poels BAH at 00:40:08

  18. Hugh John Carthy EFE at 40:32

  19. Emanuel Buchmann BOH at 00:41:12

  20. Attila Valter TJV at 00:44:30


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