News - 09/09 - 21:06 [GMT + 2]

Brown rules in Aguilar de Campoo

Grace Brown (FDJ Suez Futuroscope) claimed victory on Friday at the end of stage 3 of the Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta 22, finishing in Aguilar de Campoo. The Australian star took the best of Elise Chabbey (Canyon Sram) in the final metres of a short and intense day of racing from Camargo. Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar) finished with the main bunch, 8 seconds down from...

News - 08/09 - 21:12 [GMT + 2]

Van Vleuten takes it all in Colindres

The Dutch star Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar) displayed all her strength to win stage 2 of the Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta 22 in Colindres. The winner of the Giro and the Tour turned the race upside down on the penultimate ascent of the day, the cat-1 climb of Fuente las Varas, and opened a gap of 2’16’’ to her closest chasers in the final 30km of racing....

News - 07/09 - 21:15 [GMT + 2]

Longo Borghini and Trek-Segafredo set the tone in Cantabria

Among the main powerhouses of the peloton, Trek-Segafredo displayed their strength to win stage 1 of the Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta 22, a 19.9km team time trial set in Marina de Cudeyo, Cantabria. The Italian star Elisa Longo Borghini led her team through the line to be the first leader of the race, with a time of 23:31, six seconds faster than Team BikeExchange-Jayco.


News - 06/09 - 20:48 [GMT + 2]

Stage 1: start order

News - 06/09 - 19:00 [GMT + 2]

D-1 - Garcia: “Everything can happen”

Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar) is “excited to start from Cantabria”… And many more stars of the peloton are lining up to battle for glory on the roads of the Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta 22, as they try to overthrow the Dutch conqueror of the 2021 edition, also a winner of the Giro Donne and the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift this season.


News - 05/09 - 17:14 [GMT + 2]

D-2 - Van Vleuten: “I’m excited to start from Cantabria”

The Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta keeps growing in its 8th edition, the longest to date, and the last one to be so tightly associated with the men’s La Vuelta, as the best riders from the UCI Women’s World Tour gear up for five days of racing from Marina de Cudeyo to Madrid, where both pelotons will arrive on Sunday. From next year, the women’s version of...