Highlights and best moments: La Vuelta 2022 stage 21 between Las Rozas and Madrid | 09/11/2022
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🥇 VICTORY FOR JUAN SEBASTIÁN MOLANO!
COLOMBIAN VICTORY TO CLOSE THE VUELTA 2022! The UAE Team Emirates rider was going to start Pascal Ackermann, but the very tight duel with Mads Pedersen saw him contesting the stage victory and ended up winning.
Now, the adventure of the escapees is over and the teams are looking for the last chance to win. UAE Team Emirates is working well.
🏁 LAST MILE!
Plapp and Johanssen don’t give up! The definition of the scene arrives.
🏁 3 km to go
It’s official! Remco Evenepoel is the champion of the Vuelta a España! The peloton is still working to catch the breakaway.
🏁 5.5 km to go
THE BELL RINGS! LAST ROUND! The end of La Vuelta 2022 is approaching.
🏁 10km to go
The end of the stage is near. We are already in the penultimate lap of the day.
🏁 15 km to go
For now, the pace of the race remains the same. The peloton keeps the breakaways in sight.
🏁 20 km to go
Johansen and Plapp are 15 to 20 seconds ahead.
🏁 27 km to cover
22 seconds between the breakaways and the peloton. The peloton is still very patient.
🏁 33.8 km to cover
Six laps to go now. Xabier Mikel Azparren (Euskaltel – Euskadi) also jumps out of the peloton to try to join the breakaways.
🏁 39.2 km to cover
The two leading riders cross the finish line with a lead of around 15 seconds over the peloton. 7 laps to go.
🏁 43 km to cover
There was a fall at the back of the peloton. Lawson Craddock (Team BikeExchange – Jayco) and Óscar Cabedo (Burgos – BH) were affected.
🏁 44.5 km to cover
Enric Mas wins the intermediate sprint. Immediately the first breakaway of this circuit is launched: Julius Johansen (Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert) and Lucas Plapp (INEOS Grenadiers) leave the group.
🏁 48 km to go
The first serious movements start in the peloton. At the second crossing of the finish line, the intermediate sprint will take place.
🏁 50 km to go
We are already on the Madrid circuit. Alejandro Valverde rides solo and says goodbye to the public on his last Vuelta a España as a professional cyclist. 9 laps to go.
🏁 60 km to go
There is not much left to enter the circuit which will include several passages over the finish line to end the day.
🏁 70 km to go
Things don’t change in the scene. None of the riders try to give a different pace to the peloton.
🏁 77 km to cover
The peloton is regrouped. The pace of the stage is calm, some teams have taken their postcards.
🏁 86 km to cover
Rohan Dennis (Jumbo Visma) has moved away from the peloton and is a minute and a half behind. Everything is very calm in the large group.
The route of the stage has just begun. The 134 riders in the peloton passed kilometer 0.
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Summary of the previous step
The 2022 Tour already has a virtual champion, the Belgian Remco Evenepoel, who resisted the attacks of Enric Mas and with a gap of more than 2 minutes places his name among the champions. Today’s stage was very busy, with multiple attacks and with a Richard Carapaz winning the mountain and also winning the 20th stage of La Vuelta.
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