After Remco Evenepoel's collapse on Friday, the Belgian champion romped away on Stage 14 to take the stage victory by 8 minutes form the Sepp Kuss group. He also took the KOM jersey. The GC men were watching each other and finished together - No change on the overall placings.
Stage 13 was dominated by the Jumbo-Visma team. At the finish on the Col de Tourmalet, the podium was all for the Dutch team. Jonas Vingegaard won the stage and the overall leader, Sepp Kuss was seconds and Primoz Roglič third. All the other GC favourites lost time, especially Remco Evenepoel who had a bad day.
Rui Oliveira gave his UAE Team Emirates' teammate, Juan Sebastián Molano a perfect lead-out to take the stage victory in Zaragoza. Green jersey Kaden Groves had problems in the finale and couldn't give his best shot. The GC stayed the same.
Jesús Herrada of Cofidis gave Spain their first stage win of this Vuelta a España on the climb to the Laguna Negra. He jumped away from the big break of the day for the victory. The GC favourites were not for racing and made any moves in the last metres. Sepp Kuss had no problems holding the red jersey.
Filippo Ganna stormed round Valladolid to set an early unbeatable time for the stage win. Of the GC men, Remco Evenepoel was the best finisher, but Primoz Roglič didn't lose much time on the World time trial champion. Top ride from Sepp Kuss to hold the red jersey.
On stage 9 the break went all the way to the finish. Lennard Kämna beat Matteo Sobrero at the finish line. Due to mud on the road, the timed finish for the GC was 2.5 kilometres before the summit, which made for a strange finale. Sepp Kuss kept the overall lead going into the first rest day on Monday.
A big break escaped early hoping to hold off the favourites to the top of the steep climb of the Xorret de Catí. It wasn't to be and the top men fought over the stage win on the summit finish. Sepp Kuss took the overall lead as his Jumbo-Visma teammate, Primoz Roglič won the stage.
After a chaotic, crash filled finale, Geoffrey Soupe took a surprise stage victory. The big beard beat Orluis Aular, Edward Theuns, Juan Sebastián Molano and points leader Kaden Groves in a close sprint. The overall was unchanged.
A strange day in la Vuelta with a big break going away early. Sepp Kuss was in the lead group as was Lenny Martinez. Kuss put in his winning move on the final climb to hold off Martinez for the win, but the young Frenchman took the overall lead from Remco Evenepoel, who wasn't on a good day.