October 4, 2023

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La Vuelta |  Stage 10 Live Summary – How much time does Evenpoel take on the time trial around Valladolid?

La Vuelta | Stage 10 Live Summary – How much time does Evenpoel take on the time trial around Valladolid?

This is not a live blog, but we will keep you updated on the latest developments during each stage of the Vuelta a España 2023. Consider this article a straightforward summary to smoothly scroll through the highlights. Commentators Jeroen Vanbelgem and Carsten Krohn regularly recap the day so far. We do the same thing here, including videos. You really don’t miss anything!

Start times for favorites

  • 16:44:00: Joao Almeida
  • 4:46:00 PM: Juan Ayuso
  • 4:48:00 PM: Enrique Mas
  • 4:50:00 PM: Jonas Vingegaard
  • 16:52:00: Primoz Roglic
  • 4:54:00 PM: Mikel Landa
  • 16:56:00: Remco Evenepoel
  • 4:58:00 PM: Lenny Martinez
  • 5:00:00 PM: Marc Soler
  • 5:02:00 PM: Sepp Kos

The Jumbos enter

Jonas Vingegaard will not be very satisfied with his trial period. The Dane currently ranks eighth, while Primoz Roglic has the second fastest time.

Surprising split times

It’s time for the big names

Jana is the fastest ever

Bissegger sets a target time

A time trial course in and around Valladolid

The time trial in and around Valladolid is 24.8 kilometers long. It starts with a technical section and is not completely flat for the first few kilometers, but soon long, straight roads appear on the way to the finish. Evenpoel will be happy if he beats his rivals by about half a minute.


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Pay attention to Vingeard

Vingegaard laid the foundations for his Tour de France time trial victory by hurting Tadej Pogacar in a fierce battle against the clock. But in Spain, there is a new tour and new opportunities.

Aside from Evenpoel, Roglic and Vinggaard, Filippo Ganna is of course one of the favorites as well. Who knows, one day Stefan Bisger might be able to make it happen. Things often go wrong at the last minute, but things turn right every now and then… right?


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Where are you looking?

From Barcelona to Madrid: You can call the 78th edition of the Vuelta a España a “Clásico”! Primoz Roglic and Jonas Vengegard vs. Remco Evenepoel and what can the huge talent Juan Ayuso do? Don’t miss anything from the Vuelta at Eurosport and Discover+.