Posts Tagged "2013 La Vuelta a Espana"

La Vuelta a Espana resumes after the rest day with a 38.8km individual time trial through the countryside surrounding Tarragona.

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Stage 10 will begin in Torredelcampo before passing through Granada and concluding at Guejar Sierra atop the Alto Hazallanas. Join me tonight from midnight for what will be one of the most pivotal stages of this year’s Vuelta a Espana.

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La Vuelta a Espana journeys towards Granada to climb the Hors Catégorie Alto de Hazallanas for a lengthy and gruelling stage before the first rest day.

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After the late drama of Stage 8, la Vuelta a Espana continues the hurt with the second of three stages suited to the climbers.

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Stage 8 of the 2013 Vuelta a Espana will bring with it the first real test for the contenders of this year’s race. We’ll have live updates from midnight.

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La Vuelta a Espana bids farewell to week one of the race and ushers in a challenging week two with Stage 8, where the peloton and General Classification shall warm up for a potentially decisive week.

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Stage 7 of the 2013 Vuelta a Espana sees the race head back to Andalusia for the 195km journey from Almendralejo to Mairena de Aljarafe. Join us for live updates from midnight AEST.

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The 2013 Vuelta a Espana bids farewell to the land of Conquistadors, Extremadura, and cycles towards the autonomous region of Andalusia and the city of Seville.

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If you didn’t know how good Michael ‘Bling’ Matthews was, you do now. Having won the fifth stage of the 2013 Vuelta a España, Matthews carved-out his best career result to date and showed the world once again the worth of allowing riders to develop at their own pace.

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The 2013 Vuelta a Espana continued today, and Stage 6 was the first stage without a categorised climb. It was a 175-kilometre stage from Guijuelo to Caceres, and even the flat stages of the Vuelta like springing a surprise or two.

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As far as seventh places go, it was very much up there with the best. In fact, I’d venture that Tony Martin’s seventh place in Thursday’s stage six of the Vuelta will linger longer in the collective memory bank than Michael Morkov’s victory.

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The 2013 Vuelta a Espana continues today with a 175-kilometre ride from Guijuelo to Caceres. It is advertised as a flat stage, so Michael Matthews will be looking to take his second win in as many days. We’ll have live updates from 11.45pm AEST.

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After several arduous days in the saddle the peloton receive a slight reprieve. They will cycle 175km from the town of Guijuelo, within the autonomous region of Castile and Leon, to the town of Cáceres, within the autonomous region of Extremadura.

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An enthralling finale to Stage 5 of the 2013 Vuelta a Espana witnessed Australian sprinter Michael Matthews claim the stage honours for Orica-GreenEDGE as Vincenzo Nibali retained the Maillot Rojo (Red Jersey) for another stage.

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Michael Matthews’ stage win overnight at the 2013 Vuelta a Espana is indicative of the transition currently taking place at Australian team Orica-GreenEDGE.

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The 2013 Vuelta a Espana continues with another rugged stage. As the peloton cycle 174.3km from Sober to Lago De Sanabria. Join us for live updates from 12.00am AEST.

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An action packed finale to Stage 5 of the 2013 Vuelta a Espana witnessed Daniel Moreno claim the stage honours for Team Katusha as Vincenzo Nibali regained the Maillot Rojo (red jersey) from Chris Horner.

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La Vuelta a Espana bids farewell to the autonomous region of Galicia, as the race crosses over in to the province of Zamora, part of the autonomous region of Castile and León.

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The 2013 Vuelta a Espana continues with a rugged Stage 4. As the peloton cycle 189km from Lalin to Fisterra. Join us for live updates from 12.00am AEST.

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A journey to ‘The End of the Earth’ beckons for the peloton, or so the Romans would have had us believe, as La Vuelta a Espana continues to showcase the autonomous region of Galicia.

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