News - 15/11 - 13:08

Continental and Unipublic advocate for the peaceful coexistence between cyclists and drivers

Continental and La Vuelta have discussed road safety today in Madrid on the occasion of the World Day in Memory of the Victims of Road Traffic Accidents. During a round-table discussion, attendees debated and raised awareness regarding the need to educate both cyclists and drivers about road safety in order to guarantee a better coexistence between the two, thus improving their...

News - 14/11 - 09:39

La Vuelta remembers Raymond Poulidor, winner in 1964

 Raymond Poulidor passed away on the 13th of November 2019, aged 83. A cyclist that will go down in history as the Tour de France champion who never got to wear the yellow jersey (he made it onto the final podium eight times). The Frenchman, however, did wear La Vuelta’s yellow jersey in 1964, thus succeeding his compatriot and rival Jacques Anquetil.

"The eternal...

News - 13/11 - 10:02

December 17th: La Vuelta 20 official presentation

On Tuesday, December 17th, Unipublic will be presenting the route of La Vuelta 20. The Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel (Av. de Aragón, 400 – 28022, Madrid) will be hosting the ceremony in which the details of the 75th edition of La Vuelta will be revealed.

In a live streamed gala that will be broadcasted on Teledeporte, the organization will be unveiling...

News - 25/09 - 10:00

#CochesAzules - La Vuelta 19 in one picture

The winner of the second edition of the photo contest #CochesAzules – La Vuelta in one picture is the Brithish photographer Russ Ellis with his picture How much further?, taken in Los Machucos climb on stage 13.

The winning picture was chosen by a jury composed by Miguel Llorente, president of Macario Llorente; Javier Guillén, general director...

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...

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