Was it a good edition of the Vuelta? What does it mean for Yates? How do we rank this year’s grand tours? We unpack the action from Spain.
Read the full article at VN podcast, ep. 107: The importance of Yates’s Vuelta victory on VeloNews.com.
The 23-year-old rode to second place overall at the recent Vuelta a Espana.
Read the full article at Spain hails Enric Mas as next big thing after Vuelta performance on VeloNews.com.
Always one of the season’s best races, the Vuelta delivered lots of surprises, and we have three key takeaways from the 2018 race.
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The Spanish team fell short of its goals to place at least one rider on the podium, although it won two stages and the team prize.
Read the full article at Vuelta: With mixed emotions, Movistar finishes off GC podium on VeloNews.com.
After many years of promise, Yates secures first grand tour victory having taken a different path from Team Sky’s big-budget approach
Vuelta boss believes in nurturing the sport from the bottom up rather than imposing limits
Read the full article at Guillén said reduction of Vuelta race days not on horizon on VeloNews.com.
Yates balances aggression and moderation to banish Giro demons and become the first Brit to win a grand tour outside of Team Sky’s structure
Read the full article at Triumphant Yates won’t turn back on his aggressive style on VeloNews.com.
Yates played it perfectly in both dangerous penultimate stage and throughout the Vuelta, proving lessons have been learned from Giro sting
Yates’ Vuelta victory marks a generational shift, with youthful pair Lopez and Mas completing the Vuelta podium.
Read the full article at Vuelta podium turns upside down as Yates holds steady on VeloNews.com.
Analysis of Kate Courtney’s monumental world championship win. Plus: Can Yates hang on? Is Valverde too old? Vuelta questions galore.
Once a climbing superstar expected to win the Tour de France, Nairo Quintana comes up short again, this time at the Vuelta.
Read the full article at An empty Quintana surrenders grand tour hopes again on VeloNews.com.
Michael Woods’s breakthrough victory in Vuelta a España takes on deeper significance has he reveals details of family tragedy.
The squad will fold at the end of the season, which has given its riders at the Vuelta a Espana more motivation to ride hard.
We call up Kate Courtney to hear firsthand about her unbelievable world championship win. Plus, updates on the exciting Vuelta.
Read the full article at VN podcast, ep. 106: Courtney talks about world championship win on VeloNews.com.
With a fourth-place result in stage 16 time trial, Steven Kruijswijk is head and shoulders above rival climbers and gaining ground.
Without overall ambitions, Kiel Reijnen takes it easy on stage 16 so he can be fully rested to support Mollema and Nizzolo’s stage hunting.
Read the full article at Reijnen’s ‘best rest day’ ideal for final Vuelta push on VeloNews.com.
Bauke Mollema is an outsider on the Dutch team because Tom Dumoulin will headline the squad, but he has a shot at winning gold.
Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana were second and third in the Vuelta entering Tuesday’s time trial.
Read the full article at Humbled Quintana promises to keep fighting at Vuelta, vows to help Valverde on VeloNews.com.