September 22, 2021

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LIVESTREAM Vuelta: Did he leave the Storer to win the third stage?  |  Vuelta a Espana 2021

LIVESTREAM Vuelta: Did he leave the Storer to win the third stage? | Vuelta a Espana 2021

    1. Michael Storer (the end)
    Leading group

    1. Michael Storer (the end)
    1. Rafal Magicka (Pee)
    2. Gorka Izagiri (Spa)
    3. Gianluca Brambilla (ITA)
    4. Steve tomorrow (cute – good)
    5. jotson martin (Spa)
    6. Louis Angel Matte (Spa)
    7. Mikael Sherrill (from)
    8. Queen Bowman (Ned)
    9. Fabio Aru (ITA)
    10. Rin Taaramäe (He is)
    11. Nicholas Schultz (the end)
    12. Jose Herrada (Spa)
    13. James Small (can)
    14. Thymen Arensman (Ned)
    15. Morey Vincendent (cute – good)
    16. Damien Huson (the end)
    17. Ander Ocamika (Spa)
    18. Aritz Bagües (Spa)
    19. Pelayo Sanchez (Spa)
    stalkers

    1. Rafal Magicka (Pee)
    2. Gorka Izagiri (Spa)
    3. Gianluca Brambilla (ITA)
    4. Steve tomorrow (cute – good)
    5. jotson martin (Spa)
    6. Louis Angel Matte (Spa)
    7. Mikael Sherrill (from)
    8. Queen Bowman (Ned)
    9. Fabio Aru (ITA)
    10. Rin Taaramäe (He is)
    11. Nicholas Schultz (the end)
    12. Jose Herrada (Spa)
    13. James Small (can)
    14. Thymen Arensman (Ned)
    15. Morey Vincendent (cute – good)
    16. Damien Huson (the end)
    17. Ander Ocamika (Spa)
    18. Aritz Bagües (Spa)
    19. Pelayo Sanchez (Spa)

    peloton

After yesterday’s Primus Roglic demonstration, the tension appears to have disappeared at the Vuelta, but the 18th stage still provided more than enough opportunities to give the rating a different meaning. Who is the strongest bear on the unknown and extremely difficult final ascent? Watch on One or livestream from 15:30pm.

Watch the Vuelta:

  1. 4 a.m. 07. The peloton was drawn on a long bar by es Movistar and Bahrain-Victorious, but the peloton plays no more than cocktail nuts. 3’42” at 36km from the finish.
  2. 16 hours 02. 41 kilometers to go. In the wretched valley section, Storer does not despair. The peloton reduces the gap to 4 minutes thanks to the contribution of Movistar. We don’t see the Slovenian Sphinx, but Roglic might laugh out his sleeve. & nbsp; .
  3. 15 hours 57. Now Vansevenant and his colleagues are comforting each other a little better, but there are still wheeled vacuum cleaners in the second group. They want to eat other people’s plate, but with this approach they will also leave the table feeling dissatisfied. & nbsp; .
  4. 15 hours 56. The chasers are a bit trapped. Someone like Majka may have hoped that others would pull the chestnuts out of the fire, but the Pole also remained motionless when he attacked Storer – whom everyone knows by now. Then we suspect Storer was the strongest up front by far, but is he able to hold off the chasing group? .
  5. 15 hours 52. The stalking group loses ground, and the peloton makes up for a bit of a delay. . Jose Dekoere.
  6. The difference is growing. Michael Storer may be discovering the city of Vuelta. The Australian throws all his cards on the table. Pelayo Sanchez swims at 47″, followed by 17 chasers (with Majka, Cras, Aru, Taaramäe and Vansevenant) at 1’57”. Movistar now also rolls up its sleeves in a peloton: 5’40”. 15h 49.
  7. 3 pm. 43. For those just starting out: Half of the four-course menu has already been cleared. A snack of the second category will soon be a side dish for dessert. & nbsp; Storer chose 70 kilometers from kamikaze, but does not look back. 56 kilometers to travel. & nbsp; .
  8. 15 hours 39. The storekeeper did not choose the easiest path towards this unknown creature. A long stretch of valley awaits in an instant and he must survive alone. Majka and tutti quanti behind them: 1’30”.
  9. 3 pm 37.
  10. 15 hours 37. There is less pressure in the peloton: towards the top the chrono stops at 5’30”. Are the chances of Storer increasing? & nbsp;.
  11. 15:35. During one of his riding successes, Storer showed that he’s not the best Scion, but the drizzle of rain doesn’t bother him. & nbsp; Storer Sanchez at 19″ Taaramäe at 25″ Vansevenant, Cras, Majka & Co. at 1’00”.
  12. 15 hours 32. Stalkers including Majka, Brambilla, Cras, Aru, Arensman and Vansevenant are already in debt for 50 seconds. Will Storer continue his efforts? .
  13. Alto de la Cupertoria. We note the entries of Jonathan Lastra (Caja Rural) and Diego Rubio (Burgos-BH), but more importantly, we have a new mountain king. Michael Storer (DSM) receives the shirt from his sponsor Roman Bardet. & nbsp; . 3 pm 31.
  14. 15 hours 29. Looks like we’re not going to get any action with our favorites on this ascent. They aim to get to the last bump, but is anyone brave enough to do anything else? .
  15. 15 hours 25. 70 kilometers to go. Two kilometers from the top, you feel the itch in Stour’s legs again. The leading group splits up a bit more. That’s how Vansevenant ceilings are. & nbsp; .
  16. 15 hours 24. I compare the recent ascent to Mortirolo instead of Angliru. . Michelle Waits.
  17. 15 hours 21. We lost Keukeleire, Dewulf and Planckaert to the Belgians – as expected. Vanhoucke, Vansevenant, Cras and De Tier are fighting to survive. & nbsp; .
  18. 3 pm 19. One and live broadcast. Michel Wuyts and José De Cauwer enter the living rooms 72 kilometers from the end. Enjoy watching! .
  19. 3 pm. 16. It’s a young, fast-paced Arisman that Storer can feel the peloton biting. Aro, among others, hangs on a stretcher. .
  20. Who can control the last mountain stage? 3 pm 16.
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