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2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 11: Pamplona – Santuario De San Miguel De Aralar

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 10: REVIEW

Vuelta_STG Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the different classification leaders, General Classification leader Nario Quintana (MOVISTAR) crash in the time trail and Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) takes the lead.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 10: Quintana Crashes

36.7km Time Trial Stage 10, General Classification leader, Nario Quintana (MOVISTAR), wipes out spectacularly and kills any chance he had at winning the Vuelta.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 10: GC Battle

36.7km Time Trial Stage 10, GC leader Nario Quintana (MOVISTAR) wipes out and drops to 11th, 3:35 back. Meanwhile Alberto Contador (TINKOFF), finishing 4th on the day, claims the CG lead by 27 seconds over Alejandro Valverde (MOVISTAR).

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 10: Winner

36.7km Time Trial Stage 10, Three time World Champ Tony Martin (OMEGA) wins the day by 11 seconds over Fabian Cancellara (TREK), finishing in 47:02

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 10: Martin Interview

Tony Martin (OMEGA) talks about getting the time tiral stage win, on the tough course.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 10: Real Monasterio de Santa Maria de Veruela – Borja (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 10: Real Monasterio de Santa Maria de Veruela – Borja

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 9: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the different classification leaders, including new General Classification leader Nario Quintana (MOVISTAR).

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 9: Winner

185km Mountain Stage 9, As the 30 man break away crumbles, Winner Anacona (LAMPRE) pushes forward to claim his first Grand Tour stage win. Meanwhile Nario Quintana (MOVISTAR) becomes the new GC leader by 3 seconds.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 9: GC Battle

Stage winner Winner Anacona (LAMPRE) was just 9 seconds too slow, as Nario Quintana (MOVISTAR) moves into the General Classification lead with Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) and Alejandro Valverde (MOVISTAR) just behind at three and eight seconds.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 9: Carboneras de Guadazaon – Aramon Valdenirares (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 9: Carboneras de Guadazaon – Aramon Valdenirares

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 8: Sprint Mischief

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski take second look at Nacer Bouhanni’s (FDJ) stage win and question how straight it was, against Michael Matthews (ORICA), who was forced to pull up.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 8: Winner

207km Stage 8, Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ) gets his second stage win, holding off Michael Matthews (ORICA) who was hoping for his 2nd. Meanwhile Alejandro Valverde (MOVISTAR) maintains his GC over Nario Quintana (MOVISTAR) by 15 seconds.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 8: Baeza – Albacete (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 8: Baeza – Albacete

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 7: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the different classification leaders, including General Classification leader Alejandro Valverde (MOVISTAR).

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 7: Winner

With multiple crashes all over the race, Alessandro De Marchi (CAN) was able to avoid all the drama by the skin of teeth and breeze to his first Grand Stage victory with a total time of 4:01:52.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 7: Motorcycle Runs Over Bike

The leader group was taking a seemingly easy turn, when suddenly the grip of the wheels starts slipping for Ryder Hesjedal. Adding insult to injury, the broadcast cycle ran over the bicycle.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 7: Crash at the Finish

With the stage winner already determined, it was very unexpected to see a crash from the field, and even more so, by the GC leader for Giant Shimano Warren Barguil.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 7: Alhedin – Alcaudete (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 7: Alhedin – Alcaudete

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 6: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the different classification leaders, including new General Classification leader Alejandro Valverde (MOVISTAR).

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 6: Dust Devil

Take a look at a few interesting things off to the side of the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 6: Winner

Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) sprinted away from the peloton to win the sixth stage of the 2014 Vuelta a Espana, taking the overall lead by 15 seconds, with Chris Froome and Alberto Contador following.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 6: Benalmadena – La Zubia (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 6: Benalmadena – La Zubia

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

Degenkolb wins successive Vuelta stages, Matthews retains lead

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/ERIC GAILLARD (Reuters) – German John Degenkolb sprinted to his second successive victory on the fifth stage of The Tour of Spain, a 180km ride from Priego do Cordoba to Ronda, while Australian Michael Matthews retained the overall leader’s red jersey. Giant-Shimano’s Degenkolb, 25, crossed the line marginally clear of irate Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni […]

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 5: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the different classification leaders, including Michael Matthew (ORICA) who maintains his General Classification lead.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 5: Sprint Break Down

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the sprint finish to see if Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ) has a leg to stand on, over his protest of John Degenkolb (GIANT) boxing him out.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 5: Interviews

John Degenkolb (GIANT) talks about getting his second stage win and the trouble with Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ). And Michael Matthews (ORICA) talks about holding on to the General Classification for one more day as he’ll probably lose it tomorrow.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 5: Winner

182km Stage 5, John Degenkolb (GIANT) gets a second stage win in a row at the Vuelta, over Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ) who believes he was pinched. Michael Matthews (ORICA) maintains his GC lead, now 13 seconds over Nario Quintana (MOVISTAR).

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 5: Priego de Cordoba – Ronda

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 4: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the different classification leaders, including Michael Matthew (ORICA) who increases his General Classification to 15 seconds.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 4: Winner

In 107 degree heat, John Degenkolb (GIANT) wins the sprint finish, getting this 6th career stage win in the Vuelta. Meanwhile, Michael Matthews (ORICA) increases his GC lead to 15 seconds over Alejandro Valverde.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 4: Interviews

John Degenkolb (GIANT) talks about getting the stage win and racing in Spain, and Michael Matthews (ORICA) talks about the day and holding on to the General Classification lead.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 3: REVIEW

Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over the different classification leaders, including the new General Classification Leader Michael Matthew (ORICA).

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 3: Crash

Adriano Malori (MOVISTAR) was reaching for a feed bag and lost control of this bike, taking a follow teammate down with him.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 3: Winner

188km Stage 3, After getting a stage win in the Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France this year, Michael Matthews (ORICA) now scores a win in the Vuelta and with a ten second time bonus claims the GC lead as well by 4 seconds over Nairo Quintana (MO

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 3: Matthews interview

Michael Matthew (ORICA) talks about getting the stage win and wins in France and Italy this year as well.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 4: Mairena del Alcor – Cordoba

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 3: Cadiz – Arcos de la Frontera

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 3: Cadiz – Arcos de la Frontera (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 4: Mairena del Alcor – Cordoba (Mobile)

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 2: REVIEW

Peter Young and Todd Gogulski go over the different classification leaders after the second stage.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 2: Winner

Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ) takes Stage 2 of the Vuelta, making this his 10th stage win of the year, with a total time of 4:01:39.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 2: Crash

There was a pile up about 40km away from the finish line as the peloton bunches up in the narrow roads.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 2: Algeciras – San Fernando

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 1: REVIEW

Peter Young and Todd Gogulski review the Team Time Trial on stage 2.

2014 Vuelta a Espana: Stage 1: Team Time Trials: Winner

Being the last team to go for the Time Trials, the Movistar team was able to sneak the stage win away from Team Cannondale with a total of 14:13.

2014 Vuelta a España: Stage 1: Jerez de la Frontera – Jerez de la Frontera

The Vuelta will feature eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages, and three time trials (one team and two individual), two of which will appear at the beginning and end of the race. Jerez de la Frontera, on the Spanish south coast, will host the opening stage. The Vuelta will then arc counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north and finishing in Santiago de Compostel.

2014 Vuelta a España Viewing Times

Universal Sports Network will air more than 52 hours of exclusive LIVE multiplatform coverage of Spain’s premier cycling event, the 2014 Vuelta a España, beginning this Saturday, August 23, at 1 p.m. ET. LIVE coverage of the remaining 20 stages of the third and final Grand Tour of the season continues daily starting at 10 […]

Recovered Alberto Contador Confirms Participation in Vuelta

Alberto Contador (REUTERS/Miguel Vidal) CLICK HERE for the TV and online schedule to watch La Vuelta on Universal Sports. (Reuters) – Alberto Contador will take part in this month’s Tour of Spain after recovering faster than expected from a shinbone fracture, the Spaniard said on Thursday. “I’ve been riding the bicycle for 10 days and […]

Alberto Contador Holds Out Hope For Vuelta

(Reuters) – Alberto Contador flew to Madrid a day after crashing out of the Tour de France to receive treatment on his broken shinbone and faces a race against time to regain full fitness for next month’s Vuelta. The Spaniard, a Tour winner in 2007 and 2009, crashed during the 10th stage on Monday but […]

 
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