Der Slowene Primoz Roglic hat wie im Vorjahr die Vuelta a Espana für sich entschieden. Der Jährige vom Team Jumbo-Visma brachte am. Das Straßenradrennen Vuelta Ciclista a España, kurz Vuelta a España ist eine der drei „Grand Tours“ im Radsport und nach der Tour de France und dem Giro d’Italia das wichtigste Etappenrennen der Welt. Seit gehört der Wettbewerb zur UCI. Hier finden Sie alle News und Infos zur Vuelta - Alle Ergebnisse und WErtungen der La Vuelta Ciclista a España Hier zur Vuelta!
Route 2020Das Straßenradrennen Vuelta Ciclista a España, kurz Vuelta a España (dt.: Spanienrundfahrt) ist eine der drei „Grand Tours“ im Radsport und nach der Tour de. Running from Tuesday, October 20th to Sunday November 8th , La Vuelta will be made up of 18 stages and will cover a total distance of ,8 kilometres. Vuelta a Espana führt deshalb nur noch über 18 Etappen, die in ihrer Mehrzahl den Kletterspezialisten in die Karten spielen dürften. Der offizielle Streckenplan.
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Cyclingnews The World Centre of Cycling. Latest News from the Race. Grid List. There were three previous winners among the participating cyclists: Alejandro Valverde , Fabio Aru and Nairo Quintana The primary classification is the general classification , which is calculated by adding each rider's finishing times on each stage.
Time bonuses were awarded at the end of every stage apart from the team time trial stage 1 and individual time trial stage The rider with the lowest cumulative time is the leader of the general classification, and wears the red jersey.
The second classification is the points classification. Riders receive points for finishing among the highest placed in a stage finish, or in intermediate sprints during the stages.
The points available for each stage finish are determined by the stage's type. The leader is identified by a green jersey.
The next classification is the mountains classification. Points are awarded to the riders that reach the summit of the most difficult climbs first.
The climbs are categorized, in order of increasing difficulty, third-, second-, and first- and special-category.
The leader wears white jersey with blue polka dots. The final of the individual classifications is the young rider classification , which is calculated by adding each rider's finishing times on each stage for each rider born on or after 1 January The rider with the lowest cumulative time is the leader of the young rider classification, and wears the white jersey.
There is also the team classification. After each stage, the times of the three highest finishers of each team are added together. The victory is awarded to the team with the lowest cumulative time at the end of the event.
In addition, there is one individual award: the combativity award. This award is given after each stage excluding the team time trial and individual time trial to the rider "who displayed the most generous effort and best sporting spirit.
La Vuelta Roadbook. General classification la roja. Diego Chafer. Juan Gimeno. Dalmacio Langarica. Jan Lambrichs. Edward Van Dijck.
Manuel Costa. Bernardo Ruiz. Jean Dotto. Angelo Conterno. Raymond Impanis. Federico Bahamontes. Jean Stablinski. Pasquale Fornara.
Fernando Manzaneque. Rik Van Looy. Frans De Mulder. Armand Desmet. Miguel Pacheco. Angelino Soler. Rudi Altig. Seamus Elliott. Jacques Anquetil.
Raymond Poulidor. Rolf Wolfshohl. Francisco Gabica. Jan Janssen. Jean-Pierre Ducasse. Felice Gimondi. Roger Pingeon.
Marinus Wagtmans. Herman Van Springel. Ferdinand Bracke. While the general classification garners the most attention there are other contests held within the Vuelta: the points classification for the sprinters, the mountains classification for the climbers, combination classification for the all-round riders, and the team classification for the competing teams.
First held in and annually since , the Vuelta runs for three weeks in a changing route across Spain. It was inspired by the success of the Tours in France and Italy, and the boost they brought to the circulations of their sponsoring newspapers L'Auto and La Gazzetta dello Sport respectively ; Juan Pujol of the daily Informaciones instigated the race to increase its circulation.
It was originally held in the spring, usually late April, with a few editions held in June in the s.
In , however, the race moved to September to avoid direct competition with the Giro d'Italia , held in May. As a result, the Vuelta is now often seen as an important preparation for the World Championships , which moved to October the same year.
A Vuelta was also organized in August and September Typically, the course includes up to three time trials, and a number of mountain stages. In , the Vuelta started abroad for the first time, in Lisbon , Portugal.
The first ever Vuelta to start outside the Iberian Peninsula took place in , when the Dutch city of Assen hosted the prologue of the 64th Vuelta.
In , for the first time, the course crossed the Alto de L'Angliru in Asturias , which climbs 1, meters 5, feet over Credit for the discovery of this climb and its addition to the Vuelta goes to Miguel Prieto.
The overall leader at present wears a red jersey, although previously it has been the "Maillot amarillo" Yellow jersey and the "Jersey de Oro" Golden jersey — the Spanish counterpart to the yellow jersey of the Tour de France.
Other jerseys honor the best climber King of the Mountains , awarded a blue-on-white polka dot jersey and leader of the points competition for many years awarded a blue with yellow fish jersey sponsored by Spain's fishing and marine industry, but more recently given a green jersey.
The record for most wins is held by Roberto Heras of Spain, winner in , , and Spaniards have dominated, winning 30 of the 66 runnings of the Vuelta.
The first races were run at the national level and were promoted by the bicycle manufacturers from Eibar.
The second edition of the Vuelta, finally held despite the delicate political situation, was also marked by the Deeloor repeat, who this time held the lead from the first day to the last.
After the first two editions, the Spanish race suffered a hiatus because of the Spanish Civil War. In , the Vuelta resumed competition with an almost entirely Spanish peloton and very little foreign representation.
That year the first time trial was held in the Vuelta. Julian Berrendero was proclaimed the winner, and he recaptured the title the next year.
In addition, Berrendero was King of the Mountains for three consecutive years. In , the Journal took over organization of the race and competition resumed, although again with few foreign competitors in the peloton.
On this occasion, Delio Rodriguez took the final victory. That year also introduced the points classification, but this was not stable until Four editions were run until At this time, the Vuelta was run routinely in April and May, while previously it was held variably between April and August.
Another difference was the number of participants. Previously, there were very few, but the number doubled, with more internationally recognized competitors.
The prestige of the Vuelta increased, with more stars from the international cycling scene. During the late s came the first successes in the overall standings of Italian and French riders.
In the s, they would also be joined by German and Dutch riders. In , Jacques Anquetil won the general classification, establishing himself as the first rider to win all three Grand Tours.
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