He arrived at the finish line hugging his teammates Jonas Vingegaard (2nd overall at +o.17”) and Primoz Roglic (3rd at +1’08”) in what will be the most beautiful image of this Vuelta. Sep Kissafter many efforts as a pleasant company, he won his first Grand Tour, leaving behind those who have respectively triumphed
Tour de France and the Giro d’Italia
. Already, Jumbo-Visma becomes the first team ever to make the three iconic cycling events their own, an absolute dominion. The American then expressed all his happiness with his family, who were present on the big day.
Penultimate stage, Poels beats Evenepoel
In the 208 kilometer long Manzanares el Real-Guadarrama there were none of the attacks you would expect given the complicated stage. The American out Jumbo Visma he didn’t have to make any effort, but simply controlled a course that was already being steered in the right direction by the leading group that left after a few kilometers. Three out of three, one Grand Tour each and total dominance: the Durango rider put on his jersey on the Xorret de Catí in the eighth stage and never left it off. The village was animated as usual Remco Evenepoel. Despite the collapse that prevented him from fighting for the overall victory, the Belgian also tried to anticipate his opponents in today’s stage, a kind of small classic given the route. However, he had to surrender in the final sprint, which Poels rewarded.
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