Interview - 15/09 - 21:38

Lopez: "We’ve attacked, attacked, and we didn’t stop attacking"

Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana Pro Team): “[The most aggressive award] is meritorious. We feel at ease and conscious of what we’ve been. We’ve attacked, attacked, and we didn’t stop attacking to make La Vuelta a show. I’m not disappointed, no. Well, I would have preferred another result, but I’m not disappointed because I fought from the start...

Interview - 15/09 - 21:26

Valverde: “It’s something incredible after 16 years”

Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team): “I’m super happy, it’s something incredible after 16 years, so many years fighting at the highest level, and finishing second this time. So I’m super happy. It’s been a very beautiful La Vuelta and… Maybe the worst moment was the crash and the misunderstandings that followed. [About the World Championships]...

Interview - 15/09 - 21:17

Pogacar: “It’s crazy”

Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates): “It’s incredible with lots of fans from Slovenia and my family. It’s crazy to be on the podium of La Vuelta with everyone. [Primoz Roglic and Alejandro Valverde] are incredibly strong guys, guys with the biggest results, and to be next to them is unbelievable.”

Interview - 15/09 - 21:11

Bouchard: “The podium in Madrid, with this crowd, it’s awesome”

Geoffrey Bouchard (AG2R La Mondiale): “I came to the race a bit like a spectator. And in the end, to climb on the podium in Madrid with this crowd, it’s awesome. The jersey wasn’t a goal at the beginning, it came as the race went on. It’s great to have come through. I arrived quite late, I needed to prove I deserve to be a professional. It’s a first...

Interview - 15/09 - 21:02

Roglic: “A nice achievement”

Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma): “It’s a great feeling to win this race, and to be accompanied by another Slovenian is even better. It’s really nice for our cycling. I just tried to finish today again. We’re writing a bit of history. I’ll only know once I finish my career [if it’s the beginning before more successes]. But to win one Grand Tour...

Interview - 15/09 - 20:53

Jakobsen: “This win takes me over the Moon”

Fabio Jakobsen (Deceuninck-Quick Step): “I didn’t expect to make it to Madrid, to be honest. It’s my first Grand Tour and it was very hard, I suffered a lot. My first win was a relief, but this one is overwhelming. To make it to Madrid and win here, it takes me over the Moon. It’s like a dream come true. I wasn’t part of the elite before but now...

The stage film - 15/09 - 20:04

Jakobsen wins, Roglic triumphs

Fabio Jakobsen (Deceuninck-Quick Step) made the most of his pure speed to snatch a prestigious stage win in Madrid. The young Dutch national champion out-sprinted the Irish national champion Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe) to claim his second Grand Tour victory. Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) made it safely to the line to become the first Slovenian rider to win a Grand Tour, ahead...

Newsflashes - 15/09 - 19:56

Primoz Roglic wins La Vuelta 19

No trouble for the Slovenian chmap today.

Newsflashes - 15/09 - 19:56

Top 5 in Madrid

1. Fabio Jakobsen (Deceuninck-Quick Step)

2. Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe)

3. Szymon Sajnok (CCC Team)

4. Jon Aberasturi (Caja Rural-Seguros RGA)

5. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Dimension Data)

Newsflashes - 15/09 - 19:55

Jakobsen wins in Madrid!

Fabio Jakobsen (Deceuninck-Quick Step) takes his second stage win at La Vuelta 19 !

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