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Vuelta a España 2014
Spain  /  23 August - 14 September
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Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas COL

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  2 September / 36.70 kilometer
Start time:13:12h
Stage type:Individual Time Trial

Description | Preview
Preview
With the first rest day in sight, the GC-men decided to let the early escapees battle for the stage victory. Looking at the names, there was no doubt who would win from the breakaway: Winner Anacona. The born Winner dropped Bob Jungels and Javi Moreno on the final climb to go to the biggest victory in his young cycling career. It almost brought him the red jersey as well. At the end he came 9 seconds short due to a late attack of Alberto Contador. Only Joaquim Rodríguez and Nairo Quintana could return in the wheel of El Pistolero. Quintana is now the new leader with a few seconds advantage.


Combination Classification
Standings after ride Ride 9
1 Michel Schwanen 113
2 Lafayette 254
3 Pasta 259
4 Niels H. 264
5 Moity 281

6 Steven Tijpels 297
7 Kneet 307
8 Marco H. 323
9 Vinnie 326
10 Dzi 373

Main Competition
Results Ride 9
1 Deborah De Jong 183
2 Mikkel Clausen 174
3 Wout Van Den Eijnden 169
4 Ladri Di Biciclette 168
5 Dave Wunderle 161
Standings after ride 9
1 Speedy Gonzalez1 2316
2 Haanties 2305
3 Arjan Pol 2278
4 Michel Schwanen 2269
5 91 2257

Stage Competition
Results Ride 9
1 Sander Rozemeijer 1019
1 Nescio 1019
1 Carlos Pages 1019
1 Don Camillo 1019
1 Jan Maes1 1019
Standings after ride 9
1 Teegeevee 7302
2 Iñigo Fdz De Villaran Rezola 6702
3 Menueten 5936
4 Lafayette 5895
5 Safarkes 5862

Points Competition
Results Ride 9
1 Ajaxfan 45
2 Hugo Van Belois 44
3 Ruud Vissenberg 43
3 Ladri Di Biciclette 43
3 Jan Maes1 43
Standings after ride 9
1 Moity 484
2 Ploegleider 7040 482
3 Michel Schwanen 481
4 Guus Fengler 480
4 Wim Burghouwt 480

Budget Game
Results Ride 9
1 * DeSigaar 207
2 Robbert Bouhuijzen 205
3 * Jacqueline Houben 201
4 * Sjraar Teeuwen 201
5 * TeunK 197
Standings after ride 9
1 * oilcorner 2220
2 * fuerza 2219
3 * DeSigaar 2218
4 Helmoed Van Eck 2193
5 * JellevanderLinden16 2179

31 August / 185.00 kilometer
Start time:12:48h
Stagewinner: ANACONA Winner Anrew
Winning time:04:34:14
Race leader: QUINTANA ROJAS Nairo Alexander
Parcours:Mountain stage   /   Arrival with climb

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Stage results
1. ANACONA Winner Anrew LAM 04:34:14
2. LUTSENKO Alexey AST 00:00:45
3. CUNEGO Damiano LAM 00:00:50
4. MORENO BAZAN Javier MOV 00:01:04
5. BILBAO Pello CJR 00:01:12
6. COPPEL Jerome COF 00:01:21
7. HESJEDAL Ryder GRS 00:01:33
8. HANSEN Adam LTB 00:01:45
9. JUNGELS Bob TFR 00:01:49
10. FELLINE Fabio TFR 00:02:08


Preview
The 69th edition of the Vuelta a España starts this weekend, the final of the Grand Tours in the season. It’s the youngest GT of this trio. The Tour and Giro were firstly held in the 1900’s, while the first edition of the Vuelta was in the 1930’s. La Vuelta is also probably the least favorite and well-known of the three races with the general public, partly because it used to be held in the same period as the Giro d’Italia. Both races were held in the spring of the season, during the current period of the Giro in May.


 


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Stages

Sa 23 August TTT, 12.60 km
Jerez de la Frontera

Su 24 August 174.40 km
Algeciras - San Fernando

Mo 25 August 197.80 km
Cadiz - Arcos de la Frontera

Tu 26 August 164.70 km
Mairena del Alcor - Córdoba

We 27 August 180.00 km
Priego de Córdoba - Ronda

Th 28 August 167.10 km
Benalmádena - La Zubia

Fr 29 August 169.00 km
Alhendín - Alcaudete

Sa 30 August 207.00 km
Baeza - Albacete

Su 31 August 185.00 km
Carboneras de Guadazaón - Aramón Valdelinares

Tu 2 September ITT, 36.70 km
Real Monasterio de Santa María de Veruela - Borja

We 3 September 153.40 km
Pamplona - Santuario de San Miguel de Aralar

Th 4 September 166.40 km
Logroño

Fr 5 September 188.70 km
Belorado - Obregón, Parque de Cabárceno

Sa 6 September 200.80 km
Santander - La Camperona. Valle de Sabero

Su 7 September 152.20 km
Oviedo - Lagos de Covadonga

Mo 8 September 160.50 km
San Martín del Rey Aurelio - La Farrapona

We 10 September 190.70 km
Ortigueira - A Coruña

Th 11 September 157.00 km
A Estrada - Monte Castrove. Meis

Fr 12 September 180.50 km
Salvaterra do Miño - Cangas do Morrazo

Sa 13 September 185.70 km
Santo Estevo de Ribas de Sil - Puerto de Ancares

Su 14 September ITT, 9.70 km
Santiago de Compostela





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