FERNANDO ESCARTÍN’S COMMENT

It’s the longest stage of La Vuelta 20. Judging by the type of route and by the length of the stage, it will be a favourable day for escapes to take place. It is a winding terrain and it’ll be difficult for the peloton to control those breakaways. Besides, contrary to what happened in 2016, this time Puebla de Sanabria will feature in the final week of the race, meaning teams will have much less energy.

Sport Side

Road Kilometers Schedules Local Time
From the finish From the start 39km/h 41km/h 43km/h

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