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Resurrection in the Pyrenees: striker Remco Evenpoel answers with a landslide victory |  A trip to Spain 2023

Resurrection in the Pyrenees: striker Remco Evenpoel answers with a landslide victory | A trip to Spain 2023

Vuelta a España: Stage 14

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location 13:16: Souveter de Berne – 5:30 pm: Puerto de Belagua

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From hell to heaven again: Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Speed ​​Step) took the frustration and disappointment out of yesterday’s Vuelta. The 23-year-old Belgian champion attacked from the start, completing his number, shaking his head while crying, with a powerful 3-pointer with flying colours. Evenepoel defeated Romain Bardet, took his second stage victory and is also the new King of the Mountains. Almost nothing happened with the candidates and there were no differences.

  1. 5:38 PM We no longer have any differences between favorites. Vlasov is the fastest, but Jumbo-Visma never has any trouble. .
  2. 5:37 PM, Van Eetvelt at 3! Van Eetvelt sprints to third place in a duel with Castroviejo, and there are two Belgians in the top three on a tough mountain stage. .
  3. 5:35 p.m. Uijtdebroeks again. For the second time in as many minutes, Uijtdebroeks carefully tries to escape. However, the greatest danger to candidates comes not from our compatriot, but from the customer who almost runs over a Peloton. .
  4. 5:34 PM Uijtdebroeks tries cautiously. For a moment it looked like we had got a try from Uijtdebroeks, but our compatriot quickly pulled back again. Silence among favorites. .
  5. 5:31pm Will we still battle it out in the peloton? Puels keeps the pace high for Landa, and the Spaniard may have something planned. .
  6. 5:30 p.m.: After finishing, the Belgian champ breaks down in tears. The past 24 hours have undoubtedly been full of emotions. Bardet now crosses the line in second place. .
  7. 5:30pm An emotional Evenpoel completes his feat and wins the second stage of the Vuelta.

    Emotional Evenepoel completes his feat and wins the second stage of the Vuelta

  8. 5 p.m. 29 Match over
  9. Evenepoel can actually celebrate. With a kilometer to go, Evenboul was already talking to the support car. Victory has been achieved! . Five o’clock in the evening 28.
  10. 5:27 p.m. De la Cruz with a shot. We also got some excitement in the peloton. De La Cruz is the first to speed up, and the Jumbo-Visma guys let him lead. .
  11. 5 pm 27. In Bardeh, the fat is completely removed from the soup. Followed after 50 seconds. .
  12. 5:00 PM 26. It’s a victory, even if it’s just for one day. Renate Shuti.
  13. 5:25pm On the way to number 2. Yesterday, Evenpoel lost the Vuelta, but today he recovered in an amazing way. No longer seemingly able to escape his second Vuelta victory, he is gradually moving to flatter sections. .
  14. 5 PM 24. Evenball on the loose! Bardet fissures are 4 km from the finish.

    Evenball loose! Bardet fissures are 4 km from the finish

  15. 5 p.m. 23. Evenbühl soon realizes he has lost his backpack. And danseuse rushes a little further than the Frenchman, already 15 seconds behind! .
  16. 5:22 PM Bardet is breaking! Evenpol moves away from Bardet without any real acceleration! Our compatriot’s high pace slowly broke Bardet. .
  17. 5:20 p.m. Crazy scenes during the final climb. The civil guard has to keep the large crowd of fans in check, and the riders are not given much room to manoeuvre. .
  18. 5pm 6pm Another 5k! The two leaders are about halfway to the final climb, but at the moment it doesn’t provide much of a spectacle. Are they both confident in their race? .
  19. 5:16pm Evenpoel uses hairpin curves to force Bardet forward, but the Frenchman continues to retreat. Could he have already done one meter in Puerto de Belagua? .
  20. 5pm 14. Bardet is certainly not to be underestimated. Renate Shuti.

Vuelta a Spain

Riding date Start – End Ride type the total winner leader

1

26/08 Barcelona-Barcelona

14.8 km

Lorenzo Milesi

2

8/27 Mataro – Barcelona

172 km

Andrea Piccolo

3

28/08 Syria – Arinsal

158.5 km

Remco Evenepoel

4

8/29 Andorra la Vella – Tarragona

184.6 km

Remco Evenepoel

5

8/30 Morella – Buriana

186.2 km

Remco Evenepoel

6

31/08 La Vall d’Uixó – Pico del Buitre

179.4 km

Lenny Martinez

7

01/09 Yotel – Oliva

200.8 km

Lenny Martinez

8

02/09 Religion – Xorret de Catí

165 km

Seb Kos

9

03/09 Cartagena – Alto Caravaca de la Cruz

184.5 km

Seb Kos
Rest day 04/09

10

05/09 Valladolid – Valladolid

25.8 km

Seb Kos

11

06/09 Lerma – La Laguna Negra de Vinuesa

158.2 km

Seb Kos

12

07/09 Olveja – Zaragoza

149.1 km

Seb Kos

13

08/09 Formigal – col de tourmalet

134.7 km

Seb Kos

14

09/09 Sauvettere de Béarne – Puerto de Belagua

156.2 km

Seb Kos

15

9/10 Pamplona – Leconberry

158.3 km

Rest day 11/09

16

12/09 Linkres – Pegues

120.1 km

17

13/09 Ribadesella – Alto de Langlero

124.4 km

18

9/14 Pola de Alande – Puerto de la Cruz de Linares

178.9 km

19

9/15 La Panizza – Escar

177.1 km

20

16/09 Real Manzanares – Guadarrama

207.8 km

21

9/17 Madrid – Madrid

101.1 km

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