News - 16/09 - 11:49 [GMT + 2]

ROUVY: La Vuelta Virtual ‘22 Summary - 7K riders worldwide, a winner from Belgium and 5K Euro for inclusive cycling

La Vuelta Virtual on ROUVY, last weekend, had a magnificent wrap-up in Madrid. Everyone witnessed the amazing story of Ward Simons who became the first winner of La Vuelta Virtual ‘22 at the in-person Grand Final. The pharmacist from Belgium managed to beat 9 competitors on the stage placed in the center of Madrid near Plaza de la Lealtad.   



Interview - 11/09 - 21:04

Evenepoel: "I've tried to give the most in every stage"

Marc Soler (UAE Team Emirates): "I never thought about being the most combative rider, I just did my race. I’ve tried to give the most in every stage, both to help the team and for myself. In the end, it’s a prize I’m very happy to get and I can only celebrate it. I think the team has been racing at a very high level: the podium with Juan [Ayuso], the team...

Interview - 11/09 - 20:56

Pedersen: "above all expectations"

Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo): "Again today my team did a really really good work. We had a really good position in the last corner. We hoped that the bunch would do kind of a stop and go, so we could come a bit from behind. UAE did it really perfect and managed to have almost the whole team in the last corner. They did like a Pro Cycling Manager sprint, so big congrats to...

Interview - 11/09 - 20:50

Carapaz: "It makes you want to return"

Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers): "Until the last day it has been a hard fought Vuelta, we were still flying on the circuit. The truth is we leave very happy: a jersey, three stages, nothing bad for me! I’m very happy after such a special and different Vuelta. It makes you want to return and to repeat it. Here in La Vuelta, the best win was yesterday’s [stage 20]....

Interview - 11/09 - 20:44

Molano: "You can’t imagine such happiness"

Juan Sebastián Molano (UAE Team Emirates): "The truth is I’m still processing it. I knew I had to do a good job for Ackie [Pascal Ackermann], I had very good legs today and so did he. In the end, I launched with 300m to go, like I usually do in a lead-out. The team did a perfect job. I looked on the left and I saw Pedersen coming, and I never thought about stopping....

Interview - 11/09 - 20:34

Evenepoel: "It's history for my team, my country, myself"

Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl): "Now it really sinks in, it’s really official. Already yesterday the emotions were quite high. We were actually there but we still had to finish the race safe and in a good way. I think we did perfect. We enjoyed as much as possible and now we can really enjoy. I didn’t have much time to think in Madrid because there it was...

The stage film - 11/09 - 20:25

Molano and Evenepoel take glory in Madrid

Juan Sebastian Molano (UAE Team Emirates) claimed a surprise victory in Madrid, edging Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) and his sprinter Pascal Ackermann (UAE Team Emirates) in the final stage of La Vuelta 22. Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) went safely through the stage to win La Vuelta 22, his first Grand Tour victory, at 22 years old, a few months after winning Liège-Bastogne-Liège,...

Newsflashes - 11/09 - 20:09

Remco Evenepoel wins La Vuelta 22

The Belgian youngster celebrated as he crossed the line.

Newsflashes - 11/09 - 20:09

Top 5

1. Juan Sebastian Molano (UAE Team Emirates)

2. Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo)

3. Pascal Ackermann (UAE Team Emirates)

4. Mike Teunissen (Jumbo-Visma)

5. Danny van Poppel (Bora-Hansgrohe)

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