The Vuelta a España, often referred to as the “Tour of Spain,” is the final grand tour of the season and gets underway in Barcelona on Saturday.
It presents an opportunity for cyclists to make up for missed opportunities in Italy and France and win this notable Tour. The prestige of winning this race holds great significance, and the current year’s edition has drawn an impressive assembly of the finest grand tour riders in the sport.
Each of these riders is highly motivated to add to their list of accomplishments by clinching victory in the esteemed Spanish grand tour.
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Jonas Vingegaard (+143)
Following his triumphant victory in the previous year’s Tour de France, Jonas Vingegaard from Denmark opted for an extensive break. This prompted speculation about his participation for the remainder of the year.
However, after successfully defending his Tour de France championship this July, the Danish cyclist swiftly declared his intent to compete in the Vuelta. His goal? Sustaining his team’s winning streak in grand tours.
Should he have sufficiently recuperated from his exertions in winning the Tour de France, Vingegaard is poised to emerge as a formidable contender, particularly in the demanding mountainous terrain of the Vuelta.
Yet, if his condition isn’t optimal for a shot at victory, he could transition into an exceptional super domestique role, thereby supporting Primoz Roglič’s endeavor to clinch a remarkable fourth victory in the race.
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