Stage 18 was billed as the hardest day of the 2020 Tour de France and it was the INEOS-Grenadiers team who gave the mountains a good shake. Carapaz and Kwiatkowski made the break and then team time trialed to the finish. The top ten had some changes, but Roglič, Pogačar and López kept their podium places.
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Stage Report: Ben King took Dimension Data's sixth win of the season as he out-duelled Nikita Stalnov of Astana on the long run to the finish. The GC contenders emerged into the race and the big winner was Emanuel Buchmann of Bora-Hansgrohe who closed to within seven seconds of race leader Michal Kwiatkowski (Sky), the Pole retained his jersey.
Stage Report: No Froome or Thomas, but the Sky team at la Vuelta a España 2018 is no 'B' team as they put Michal Kwiatkowski in the overall lead at the end of stage 2. The stage victory went to the 'Old Fox' Alejandro Valverde as he got the advantage on the Polish National champion in the final meters to the line.
PeloPics: Rohan Dennis won the flat final 10 kilometer time trial of Tirreno-Adriatico, but it was Michal Kwiatkowski who added to his overall lead over Damiano Caruso to take the victory - Photo gallery and video.
It’s always nice to win. But to win in a monumental cycling classic while wearing the World Champion jersey is something extraordinary.
Rider Interview: World professional road champion at 24 isn’t too shabby, but when you look at the young Michal Kwiatkowski’s build up to his Rainbow ride it is not so surprising. We caught up with the Pole to hear his views on life as the World champion.