News - 01/12 - 09:27 [GMT + 1]

Carrefour renews its commitment as a main sponsor of La Vuelta and extends its support to La Vuelta Femenina

 Carrefour and La Vuelta extend their alliance. Alexandre de Palmas, the Executive Director of Carrefour España and Javier Guillén, General Director of La Vuelta, have renewed the commitment between the distribution company and the cycling race, at an event attended by José Manuel Franco, the President of the Supreme Sports Council. After supporting...

Interview - 07/05 - 17:02 [GMT + 2]

Gaia Realini (Trek-Segafredo): “This is only the beginning”

Because of how La Vuelta Femenina had panned out by the end of the third stage, on which I lost some time because of the win, I didn’t expect to be up there in the GC despite that being our initial goal. We never stopped believing as a team, and I’m very happy about it. The Lagos de Covadonga has made me think of the Passo Lanciano, a climb near my home on which...

Interview - 07/05 - 16:57 [GMT + 2]

Marianne Vos (Team Jumbo-Visma): “An event up to the expectations”

I’m very happy [with my performance at La Vuelta Femenina by]. Of course, it was great to start off with a win in the team time trial and we had good motivation to continue with these vibes. Then, of course, the two stage wins, the green jersey and the white jersey feel really good. Riejanne Markus also did a really great job in the general classification,...

Interview - 07/05 - 16:55 [GMT + 2]

Demi Vollering (SD Worx): “We have proven our worth”

The whole team fought really hard for the victory because we had something to make up for after yesterday’s stage. I’m really happy that I could win here today. Two stage wins are really nice, and it was close for the GC too. It’s sad that I wasn’t able to battle with the bests yesterday, because I could have won the GC. Today we have proven our worth,...

Interview - 07/05 - 16:54 [GMT + 2]

Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar Team): “A victory for Movistar Team as a whole”

I feel super happy and super tired. It’s unbelievable. I fought all the way to the end, knowing that I didn’t have my best legs already early on. Maybe I was paying for yesterday’s effort… But I never gave up. I kept on pushing, knowing that my rivals were also getting tired. It was an amazing team job again today. This Vuelta is a victory for Movistar...

Interview - 07/05 - 16:47 [GMT + 2]

Silvia Persico (UAE Team ADQ): “Very pleased with the way we have raced here”

It hasn’t been a great Vuelta Femenina for me, but I’m very pleased with the way we have raced here as a team. I knew I wasn’t the leader, so on a personal level getting away with the 4th place I got in yesterday’s stage is fine. I would have preferred to win a stage, of course, but anyway I’m happy. We hope to do better in the next few races. It...

The stage film - 07/05 - 15:56 [GMT + 2]

Van Vleuten wins La Vuelta Femenina by in exciting finale

127 riders took the start in the 7th stage of La Vuelta Femenina by, which covered 93,7 kilometres between Pola de Siero and Lagos de Covadonga, at 12:49. One DNS: Coop-Hitec’s Josie Nelson. 9 kilometres into the race, Gladys Verhulst (FDJ-SUEZ), Kathrin Hammes (EF Education-Tibco-SVB) and Margot Pompanon (St Michel-Mavic-Auber93) managed to go clear from...

Newsflashes - 07/05 - 15:39 [GMT + 2]

Top5 of the GC

1. Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar Team) 2. Demi Vollering (SD Worx) +9” 3. Gaia Realini (Trek-Segafredo) +2’41” 4. Riejanne Markus (Jumbo-Visma) +3’36” 5. Ricarda Bauernfeind (Canyon//SRAM) +3’53”

Newsflashes - 07/05 - 15:38 [GMT + 2]

Top5 of the stage

1. Demi Vollering (SD Worx) 2. Gaia Realini (Trek-Segafredo) +11” 3. Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar Team) +56” 4. Évita Muzic (FDJ-SUEZ) +1’59” 5. Ricarda Bauernfeind (Canyon//SRAM) +2’00”

Newsflashes - 07/05 - 15:37 [GMT + 2]

Realini will stand in the final podium!

She is going to finish 3rd in the final GC!

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