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ОПИСАНИЕ ТУРА

STAGE 1: ITT IN MÁLAGA

 

Saturday, 25 August 2018 — La Vuelta a España begins with an individual time trial of 8 kilometres in Málaga — for the first time in 9 years. It will be almost flat profile however the first wearer of the Red jersey will be named here.

 

STAGE 2: MARBELLA – CAMINITO DEL REY

Sunday, 26 August 2018 — The 2nd stage already offers a challenge to the riders. It’s not high mountains of the Pyreness, but few hills along the stage and uphil finish can make some difference to the overall standings.

 

STAGE 3: MIJAS — ALHAURÍN DE LA TORRE

Monday, 27 August 2018 — No easy days at the Vuelta. In the beginning of the day the riders will climb the 1st category summit, afterwards they will pass several hills and then a false flat route will finish the day. Will the sprinters manage to stay in the front and fight for the victory?

 

STAGE 4: VÉLEZ-MÁLAGA — LA ALFAGUARA

 

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 — La Vuelta a España hits the ground running. Two 1st category climbs will be a serious test for the legs of main contenders. Who will be the first who cross the finish line at Alfacar?

 

STAGE 5: GRANADA — ROQUETAS DE MAR

Wednesday, 29 August 2018 — The organizers prepare some stages for the sprinters. The fifth day of the race can be celebrated with bright sprint if the sprinters manage to stay in the main group after the climb located at 30km before the finish.

 

STAGE 6: HUÉRCAL OVERA – MAR MENOR (SAN JAVIER)

Thursday, 30 augustus 2018 — Almost flat stage not counting a couple hills should become a day of sprinters. The main challenge to the peloton can be a strong wind and hot weather.

 

STAGE 7: PUERTO LUMBRERAS — POZO ALCÓN

Friday, 31 August 2018 – La Vuelta a España’s 7th stage starts near the Mediterranean coast in Murcia. The route will go up and down with passing two 3rd category climbs and then finish with slight uphill. Maybe this day will bring opportunity to breakaway or sprinters for all that?

 

STAGE 8: LINARES — ALMADÉN

Saturday, 1 september 2018 – The route smoothly goes to the north. While the general classifcation conteders can take a break the escapers can take their chance; unless the sprinters teams have another plans.

 

STAGE 9: TALAVERA DE LA REINA — LA COVATILLA

Sunday, 2 September 2018 — The time of high mountains has come. The favorites will get opportunity to check each other and gain advantage before the first rest day.

 

STAGE 10: SALAMANCA — BERMILLO DE SAYAGO

Tuesday, 4 September 2018 – After the rest day the peloton will have opportunity to take on a rythm. After 172 km of the flat route a mass sprint is the most likely outcome.

 

STAGE 11: MOMBUEY — LUINTRA

 

Wednesday, 5 September — The longest stage of the Vuelta a España will be compounded with four category mountains and strong wind. The escapers can have a good chance to play the card.

 

STAGE 12: MONDOÑEDO — FARO DE ESTACA DE BARES

 

Thursday, 6 September 2018 — A tricky 177.5 kilometres stage. It starts from the 3rd category climb and then lengthens into flat terrain. Aftre its equator the road goes up and down, passes one more 3rd category hill and finishes with slight descent.

 

STAGE 13: CANDÁS — LA CAMPERONA

 

Friday, 7 September 2018 — The General Classification contenders get into main action. The route goes up from the start and will not become easy up to the finish line. At the final the riders will conquer the 1st category summit with the 8.5 kilometres length and the average gradient 7.4%.

 

STAGE 14: CISTIERNA — LES PRAERES DE NAVA

 

Saturday, 8 September 2018 — Second day of the Asturias-Leon triptych. Not long but very tough day will wait for the peloton; they will pass five category climbs. The final 5 kilometers will prepare a real challenge with slopes up to 15%.

 

STAGE 15: RIBERA DEL ARRIBA — LAGOS DE COVADONGA

Sunday, 9 September 2018 — The exhausting stage before the last rest day. The riders will accumulate inclination over 4000 metres and after extremely hilly route will climb HC summit.

 

STAGE 16: SANTILLANA DEL MAR — TORRELAVEGA

 

Tuesday, 11 September 2018 — Stage 16 of La Vuelta offers the second individual time trial of thus year’s edition. Amounting to 32.7 kilometres, the race is being played out in Cantabria and the rolling route runs from Santillana del Mar to Torrelavega. Departure place Santillana del Mar is famous for its three lies. The town is neither holy (Santa), not flat (llana) and its not located on the sea (mar) either. The fact that its not holy and not on the sea either will not bother most riders, yet the fact that the route is rolling and not flat at all will be a disappointment to most of them. The route is rather demanding – we are in Spain, who would expect otherwise? The profile of the route remains of the individual time trial in last year’s Vuelta, although that route was 8 kilometres longer. Chris Froome took the stage win, 29 seconds ahead of Wilco Kelderman and 57 seconds ahead of Vincenzo Nibali. Former World Champion Oscar Freire and Juan José Cobo were born in arrival place Torrelavega.

 

STAGE 17: GETXO — MONTE OIZ

 

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 — The 17th stage at the Vuelta a España is a Basque affair. The race starts in Getxo to end after 166.4 kilometres in the saddle at Monte Oiz, a steep climb above Balcón de Bizkaia. The last 5 kilometres of the route is a steep toil at 11.9%. Jonathan Castroviejo, the former European Champion time trialing who rides for Team Sky, lives in the departure place. After leaving Getxo the peloton criss-crosses through the Basque Country. The riders move through Bilbao before they hit the Alto de la Arboleda, an 8 kilometres climb at 5%. Following the descent the route is Spanish flat – which means the route is rolling to undulating, yet there are no KOM-points to be gained. Halfway through the race the riders tackle the Alto de San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, a 4 kilometres climb. Not too steep and leading to a gorgeous sea view at the top. The riders drop down to a section on the flat that runs to the base of Monte Oiz. Still almost 50 kilometres out and five climbs to go. First the Balcón de Bizkaia from the easy side – an 8.3 kilometres climb with an average gradient of 3.9%. Following the descent the route climbs Alto Lehoizt Gane and Alto de Gontzagaigana before the Balcón de Bizkaia looms again. Now the ascent to the popular look-out point is tackled from the steeper side, meaning a 4.4 kilometres climb at 5.4%. When the riders reach the Balcón de Bizkaia it’s basically just a warm-up for the final haul up to the line. The climb continues for 5 kilometres and the average gradient of this stretch is 11.9%. The line lies at the summit of Monte Oiz, a peak that has never been included in La Vuelta.

 

STAGE 18: EJEA DE LOS CABALLEROS — LLEIDA

 

Thursday, 13 September 2018 — Stage 18 in the Vuelta a España travels from Ejea de los Caballeros to Lleida. Amounting to 180.5 kilometres, the route is tailor made for fast finishers. Zero ascents in a race of over 180 kilometres. Are we in la Vuelta? Yes, we are. Some false flats and a number of rolling sections – that’s it. Fast finishers, go for it! Two years ago, the Spanish Grand Tour visited Lleida after a few days of hard climbing in Andorra. Now it’s the exact opposite. Tomorrow the Vualta a España sets of to Andorra for the last two mountain stages. In 2016, Danny van Poppel won the sprint in Lleida, finishing ahead of Daryl Impey and Tosh Van der Sande.

 

STAGE 19: LLEIDA — COL DE LA RABASSA

 

Friday, 14 September 2018 — The 19th stage at the Vuelta a España sets off in Lleida to head north to Andorra. The route climbs gradually for 140 kilometres to the foot of the only KOM of the day, which is the Col de la Rabassa. Summit finish at the end of the 17.8 kilometres climb at 6.2%. Departure place Lleida is located at an altitude of 150 metres and the Rabassa begins at 940 metres. Generally the route is a rolling false flat with some sections standing out – for instance the upward stretch to Cubélls. The riders move through Oliana and La Seu d’Urgell to reach Sant Julià de Lòria at the foot of the Col de la Rabassa. The haul up to the top recently featured in the Vuelta’s of 2015 and 2017, although not as the final climb. The climb amounts to 17.8 kilometres and it kicks in hard. The first few hundred metres go up at almost 15% before it flattens out a little, yet until kilometre 5 the average gradient of the Rabassa is a whooping 8.4%. And still a long way to go… The average gradient of the total climb is 6.2%.

 

STAGE 20: ESCALDES-ENGORDANY — COLL DE LA GALLINA

 

Saturday, 15 September 2018 — The last mountain stage at the Vuelta a España amounts to merely 105 kilometres, yet takes in more than 4,000 vertical metres. The 20th stage travels over Andorra’s hardest climbs and the race should provide a dramatic conclusion to the mountains of all three 2018 Grand Tours combined. The route reminds somewhat of the 11th stage at the 2015 Vuelta, when Mikel Landa bested his then team-leader Fabio Aru – who, by the way, took over the red jersey from Tom Dumoulin. The Vuelta’s penultimate stage begins with its only flat kilometres before the riders tackle the Col de la Comella at kilometre 9. It’s not the hardest limb of the day, but – at 5 kilometres – perfect to stretch the legs. Or to get in the breakaway… The Coll de Beixalis is next on the list of six climbs in today’s road book. The Beixalis is 8.6 kilometres and the average gradient is 6.9%, while the summit is crested at kilometre 27.8. Straight after the descent the Coll de Ordino looms – 11 kilometres at 6%. The first three kilometres are misleading as they rise with 3%, which obviously has to be compensated on the higher slopes. At the top of the Ordino the race is just past the halfway point – 50 kilometres remaining. Back in the valley the Coll de Beixalis is tackled from another side. Now the climb is 6.6 kilometres and averaging 8.4%. And on it goes. The penultimate ascent does ring a bell as it goes back up on the Coll de La Comella, but – as the Beixalis – the second drag up to the top is on another side. For 4.1 kilometres the route climbs at 5.7% before the top is crested with 16.8 kilometres to go. The final climb, Coll de La Gallina, which is widely rated as Andorra’s hardest climb. The final haul up to the line amounts to 12.1 kilometres with an average gradient of 8.4% op. The Gallina culminates with 18% switchbacks just before the summit.

 

STAGE 21: ALCORCÓN — MADRID

 

Sunday, 16 September 2018 – At 112.3 kilometres, the final stage of the Vuelta a España runs from Alcorcón to Madrid, places that are actually only 13 kilometres apart. The route amounts to more than 100 kilometres because the Spanish Grand Tour traditionally ends on a 5.9 kilometres circuit in the Spanish capital. Departure place Alcorcón lies to the southwest of Madrid. It is one of many suburbs and, as in most suburbs, is it pretty quiet and eventful. That is, most of the time. The city is home to AD Alcorcón, the local football club that rose to national fame when it defeated international powerhouse Real Madrid 4-0 in the Copa del Rey. Following the second leg at the Santiago Bernabéu the club ousted Real Madrid 4–1 on aggregate. Today Alcorcón and Madrid don’t play against each other, instead the cities are linked in the last stage of La Vuelta. Following a slight detour the riders hit the 5.73 kilometres circuit in the city centre of Madrid. It’s flat and it’s straightforward and it’s raced fifteen times. Last edition, Alberto Contador entered the circuit slightly ahead of the others. El campeón was saluted by cheers and applause from the home crowds and he drank in this goodbye. It’s a safe bet to expect a bunch sprint in Madrid. Previous winners at this arrival are Matteo Trentin (2017), Magnus Cort Nielsen (2016), John Degenkolb (2015, 2012), Michael Matthews (2013), Peter Sagan (2011), and Tyler Farrar (2010). They all won in the sprint.

 

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