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La Vuelta |  Stage 13 Live Summary – Evenepoel, Jumbo-Visma on Roses released

La Vuelta | Stage 13 Live Summary – Evenepoel, Jumbo-Visma on Roses released

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!

The foot of the tourmaline

The riders reached the foot of Tourmalet. Now the scene is really about to begin. Robert Gesink led the peloton for miles. Deliver to Wilco Kelderman.

The store takes mountain points again

Obviously, Storer has scored a goal in the polka dot jersey, which is also a first for the Spandelles. Thus, it takes the lead in the mountain classification. Soon there is a group of candidates, with the excellent Robert Gesink setting the pace. Vingegaard and Ayuso finished second and third, earning an additional four and two seconds respectively.

Attacks from Bahrain victorious

The UAE team has closed the gap, but must remain constantly alert. Landa clearly has plans today and Vingegaard is also dispensing acupuncture. As a result, the elite group was significantly reduced early in the race.

Climbing spandrels

Riders begin the Spandelles climb, an extremely difficult Category 1 climb. On the descent, Sepp Kuss, Jonas Vengegaard, Mikel Landa and Damiano Caruso opened a gap. Interesting situation, because who will drive behind you?

The storeroom is first upstairs

Evenepoel was also released!

Remco Evenepoel should also be launched! What a shame on him and the race. Jumbo-Visma, which immediately picked up the pace, now seemed to have free rein.

Problems for Martinez and Almeida

The first casualties in the classification occurred on Col d’Aubisque. Lenny Martinez and Joao Almeida cannot follow the peloton. They seem to be losing a lot of time today.

The first Bardet in France

It was an instant climb for the passengers. In the third category, Puerto de Portalet, Romain Bardet is the first to reach the summit. The DSM-Firmenich leader was also the first to cross the national border with France. This is now followed by a short descent. We’ll have to wait a little longer for the Col d’Aubisque, the first horse-class climb of the Vuelta. The peloton is still full!

Bonification Roguelic

It looks like the days of competing for seconds in the middle sprint Vuelta are over. Things get tough in the thirteenth stage, when Obisk, Spandeles, and Tourmalt have to be defeated one by one. Indeed, the first major development in the Vuelta classification takes place on French soil!

Primoz Roglic took four seconds from Evenpoel on his way to Zaragoza. After finishing he indicated that he didn’t really care if it required additional energy. The Slovenian looks very comfortable in this edition of the Vuelta. Otherwise, Jumbo-Visma can always put Kuss ahead. Or Jonas Vengegard.

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La Vuelta | “I certainly wouldn’t attack on every climb,” Remco Evenbol after a quiet mountain stage

Master plan

We can’t wait for Stage 13 to start, if only because Eurosport will be live streaming from the beginning so you don’t miss a thing!

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La Vuelta | Route Stage 13 – Climb Jedi in battle for the red jersey with Obisec and Tourmalet

Where are you looking?

From Barcelona to Madrid: you could call the 78th edition of the Vuelta a España a ‘El Clasico’! Primoz Roglic and Jonas Vingegaard vs. Remco Evenibol and what can the mega-talent Juan Ayuso do? Don’t miss anything from Eurosport’s Vuelta Discover+.