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VUELTA’21 Stage 17: Roglič Runs Them Ragged to Covadonga

Legendary is a word too easily used these days, but in years to come, Vuelta'21 stage 17 might be looked back on as 'legendary'. Egan Bernal (INEOS Grenadiers) started the move of the day, but it was Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) who finished it off at the Lagos de Covadonga. Stage and overall lead for the Slovenian.

VUELTA’21 Stage 16: Jakobsen Jumps in Cantabria

Stage 16 was a tricky stage for Deceuninck - Quick-Step to control, but in control they were. Their fast-finisher Fabio Jakobsen was even dropped at one point, but they got him back to the front to take the victory. Odd Christian Eiking (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux) held the overall lead.

VUELTA’21: The Second Rest Day Rant

Ed Hood wishes he was at la Vuelta a España this week, especially on those big climbs in the north of Spain. Ed looks back at last week's stages and forward to the final six stages of the 2021 Vuelta all the way to Santiago de Compostela on Sunday.

Covadonga Preview: A Closer Look at a Killer Climb

The 2021 Vuelta a España has been hard so far, but the final week is murderous. Stage 17 on Wednesday has a massive kick in the gut on the climb to Lagos de Covadonga. PEZ got up close and personal with the sleeping giant on a quiet day ahead of the race in 2010. Here's a preview of what's to come.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Aug 30, 2021: The Vuelta a España finishes week two and we have all the news. Plus the Deutschland Tour, Simac Tour, Bretagne Classic, Brussels Classic and the Druivenkoers. Sagan and Terpstra - TOP STORY. Teams and riders for the Benelux Tour and the CERATIZIT Challenge. New contract for Pieter Serry and Jumbo-Visma make €20,000 for Charity.

VUELTA’21 Stage 15: Magic Majka Solo to El Barraco

UAE Team Emirates, Rafal Majka, took the win in El Barraco four years after his last Vuelta win in Sierra de la Pandera. The Polish rider went on a long range solo effort on both occasions. Odd Christian Eiking's Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux team worked hard to keep him in the overall lead going into the last rest day.

VUELTA’21 Stage 14: Bang Bang Bardet!

Stage 14 was a day of two battles with the break fighting for the stage win and the GC men punching it out in the peloton. Star of the day was Romain Bardet who won the stage and took the KOM jersey. Miguel Angel López tried to mix things up, but Jumbo-Visma were in control and Odd Christian Eiking held the overall lead.

VUELTA’21 Stage 13: Sprinter Sénéchal Stage Victory!

As expected, stage 13 finishing in Villanueva de la Serena came down to a bunch sprint. Deceuninck - Quick-Step had a perfect lead-out train, but they lost the green jersey of Fabio Jakobsen in the last kilometre. That didn't matter as Florian Sénéchal did the business for the Wolf Pack. There was no change on the overall.