Vuelta a Espana 2016

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NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km
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data: 11/09/2016 - partenza:  Las Rozas - arrivo: Madrid - lunghezza:  104.8 km - dislivello:  m


DOMINGO 11 SEPTIEMBRE - ETAPA 21
Las Rozas / Madrid - 104.8km

 

profilo altimetrico 21a tappa Vuelta a Espana 2016



profilo altimetrico ultimi km 21a tappa Vuelta a Espana 2016

 


Magnus Cort Nielsen (Orica-BikeExchange) vince la 21a tappa della Vuelta a Espana  © Immagine/Unipublic


Magnus Cort Nielsen (Orica-BikeExchange) vince la 21a tappa della Vuelta a Espana  © Immagine/Unipublic


Nairo Quintana festeggia brindando con Froome e Chaves la vittoria della Vuelta a Espana 2016 © Immagine/Unipublic


Nairo Quintana festeggia la vittoria della Vuelta a Espana 2016 © Immagine/Unipublic

Nairo Quintana conquista a Madrid la Vuelta di Spagna 2016 - Magnus Cort Nielsen vince l'ultima tappa
Bilancio Italia positivo con due vittorie di tappa, Conti e Brambilla, la maglia verde di Fabio Felline e nella generale il 9° posto di Davide Formolo e l'11° di Michele Scarponi. 
 
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Felline clinches green jersey in Madrid
 
Fabio Felline crossed the line in 20th place in stage 21 at the 2016 Vuelta a Espana on Sunday to win the overall in the points competition.

Although Felline never reached his goal of a stage victory, his persistence netted him a second place in stage five, followed with four thirds that included two mountain summit finishes, pushing him into the points competition fight.


"I never did get a victory in a stage, but for me to have the green jersey is like a victory," said Felline"I think it's a good reward for all the things that I did in this Vuelta. Sometimes it is difficult to win because it was a super strong Vuelta, and always I found myself in a breakaway with climbers stronger than me."

With his eye on the green jersey starting one week ago, Felline finally grabbed the lead in the competition with his incredible third place in stage 20 after a tenacious fight on the final mountain climb of the three-week race.

Felline was never threatened in the final stage and sprinted safely across the line with the peloton to secure the green jersey.


"Today I saw all my teammates focused for this jersey and they were always close to me in the race. It motivated me to see them focused on one goal today," said Felline"It was strange; never did I feel the sensation during the race that this jersey is mine. The legs were not super for a good sprint; I felt the effort of yesterday. 

"In the finish, I did not have great legs, and I saw Valverde in the front, and I thought I need to give the maximum. Finally, though, he did not do the sprint, and I only needed to finish safely to defend the jersey. 

"This jersey is not just for me, but for the whole team, and all the people who stayed close to me after I crashed in Amstel Gold. It's easy to stay close with people when things are good, but when there are problems, you are always alone. This jersey is not a victory, but it is a big value for me, and I want to dedicate it to the people who supported me during this time."
 
 

Monday, 12 September 2016

 
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ORICA-BikeExchange finish Vuelta with four stage wins and third overall

 
     
 

The Vuelta a Espana concluded on Sunday evening with ORICA-BikeExchange walking away with an impressive four stage wins and third overall with Esteban Chaves.

Dane Magnus Cort put the icing on the cake for the Australian outfit by claiming the final stage sprint in Madrid, giving the 23-year-old his second stage victory in what was his debut Grand Tour.

Chaves’ bold, long-range attack on yesterday’s penultimate stage saw the 26-year-old return to third position overall after he lost it in the individual time trial to Alberto Contador (Tinkoff) the day prior.

It’s the second Grand Tour podium this season for Chaves and the Australian outfit, following his second place at the Giro d’Italia in May. Briton Simon Yates also finished sixth overall to give ORICA-BikeExchange two riders in the top ten.

“The objective this year for me and the team was to try to do two big tours strongly on the general classification and I think we did it,” Chaves said after the podium.

Read the full story here.

 
     
 

Photo Gallery - Stage 21 La Vuelta

 
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What an amazing finish to our 2016 Vuelta a Espana!

Magnus Cort took our fourth stage victory whilst we also celebrated another Grand Tour podium with Esteban Chaves.

Re-live all of the action from the 21st and final stage via the photos, courtesy of Graham Watson.

 
 

Ewan sprints to victory in central London on final stage of the Tour of Britain

 
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Multiple Tour Down Under stage winner Caleb Ewan sprinted brilliantly to victory on the eighth and final stage of the Tour of Britain today, blowing away the bunch to win by at least two clear bike lengths.

A breakaway of four was away for 90kilometres of the race before being caught with ten kilometres to go as the peloton began to organise itself for the sprint.

The 22-year-old was well positioned by his ORICA-BikeExchangeteammates going into the finale and was able to maintain his speed after a blistering early acceleration.

“I am super happy,” said Ewan at the finish. “It's great to finally get the win after coming close a couple of times earlier in the race, it all worked out perfectly today.”

Read the full story here.

 



Vuelta a Espana #21: Omar Fraile crowned King of the Mountains

Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka win first ever grand tour jersey

The final stage of the 2016 Vuelta a Espana ended today with a mass sprint. Magnus Cort Nielsen (Orica-BikeExchange) took the stage honours ahead of Daniele Bennati (Tinkoff) and Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quickstep). Kristian Sbaragli put in another strong sprint to claim 4th place for our African Team. Nairo Quintana (Movistar) won the Vuelta a Espana overall.

It was a late afternoon start in Las Rozas as the peloton rolled away for the final 104km stage to Madrid. The early part of the stage saw riders able to enjoy the opening kilometers at comfortable pace and reflecting on the last 3 tough weeks, which included many ups and downs for all teams. As expected the finale on the city circuit ended in a mass sprint.

For Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, we certainly had our difficult days at this year's Vuelta when we lost Igor Anton and Nathan Haas to illness. Jacques Janse van Rensburg crashed heavily on stage 14 but despite fractures to his collarbone, hip and ribs, Janse van Rensburg fought valiantly to finish the final 130km of that particular stage. It was that fighting spirit that also brought our African Team some great success at this year's Spanish grand tour.

Kristian Sbaragli was once again in the the thick of things during the mass sprints and our Italian notched up 6 top 10 finishes, twice placing 4th on a stage. Anton and Haas both also came close to the elusive stage win we were chasing but had to settle for 7th and 5th respectively during stages in the opening week of the race. Merhawi Kudus and Jaco Venter completed their 4th Grand Tours, while Nic Dougall successfully completed his debut 3-week race. Tyler Farrar captained the team throughout the tour and his contribution on a daily basis was truly invaluable.

The absolute highlight of the race for our African Team though was Omar Fraile and his exploits in the mountains. Having never won a competition classification and jersey at a grand tour before, it was our African Teams goal to win the King of the Mountains jersey at the Vuelta a Espana.

While Fraile may have only won back the jersey on yesterday's penultimate stage, we look back to his performance on stage 10 as the stage where the jersey was won. Fraile, after being distanced from the breakaway, latched onto the GC favourites as they came by and our Basque climber turned himself inside out to finish 4th on the stage. A remarkable performance that goes down in the history books as for the first time an African Team wins a jersey classification at a grand tour.

Omar Fraile - Rider
It has been a very tough Vuelta a Espana this year. We were riding well as a team but the stage win was just not going our way. I really wanted to win the Mountains jersey again, I was motivated and it was a big goal for the team. It was difficult becuase Elissonde was very strong and the stages were extremely tough. I am so happy I could win the jersey in the end and stand on the podium for my teammates and for Qhubeka for the first time. We worked hard for this jersey and I want to thank all the team and everyone who supported me.

Team Dimension Data For Qhubeka
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka was founded in 2007, steadily working its way up from a regional team to now being a World Tour team with bases in South Africa and Italy. It’s also known as Africa’s Team due to its focus on helping African talents to the world stage of cycling. The team races to raise funds for the Qhubeka Charity to mobilise people on bicycles in Africa. To contribute to the #BicyclesChangeLives Campaign, click
 here.

Qhubeka is an Nguni word that means “to progress”“to move forward”. Qhubeka (qhubeka.org) is part of World Bicycle Relief (worldbicyclerelief.org), a global non-profit organisation dedicated to advancing education, health and economic opportunities by providing simple, sustainable transportation through the power of bicycles.  

Dimension Data (dimensiondata.com) uses the power of technology to help organisations achieve great things in the digital era. As a member of the NTT Group, we accelerate our clients’ ambitions through digital infrastructure, hybrid cloud, workspaces for tomorrow, and cybersecurity. With a turnover of USD 7.5 billion, offices in 58 countries, and 31,000 employees, we deliver wherever our clients are, at every stage of their technology journey. We’re proud to be the Official Technology Partner of Amaury Sport Organisation, organiser of the Tour de France, and the title partner of the cycling team, Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka.

Learn more about the team at www.africasteam.com

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Team LAMPRE-MERIDA

Vuelta di Spagna, Yukiya Arashiro è 12° a Madrid.

环西收官之战,马德里冲刺新城幸也(Arashiro)获第12位.

11 settembre 2016 

La Vuelta di Spagna 2016 ha avuto il suo epilogo a Madrid con la 21a ed ultima tappa, Las Rozas-Madrid di 104,8 chilometri, che come tradizione ha avuto nella volata la chiusura della corsa spagnola.

Nello sprint i velocisti si sono contesi l'ultimo podio e per il Team Lampre-Merida è stato il giapponese Yukiya Arashiro a non deludere con la 12a piazza ottenuta alla spalle del vicitore Cort Nielsen.

Nairo Quintana si è aggiudicato la Vuelta di Spagna 2016.


Ordine d'arrivo 21a ed ultima tappa Vuelta di Spagna 2016
1- Cort Nielsen 2h48'52"
2- Bennati s.t.
3- Meersman s.t.
4- Sbaragli s.t.
5- Arndt s.t.
12- Arashiro s.t.
85- Durasek 25", 117- Conti 1'17", 126- Cattaneo s.t., 127- Grmay s.t., 137- Koshevoy s.t., 158- Meintjes 3'32"

Classifica generale finale Vuelta di Spagna 2016
1- Quintana 83h31'28"
2- Froome 1'23"
3- Chaves 4'08"
4- Contador 4'21"
5- Talansky 7'43"
40- Meintjes 1h39'52"
62- Grmay 2h32'40", 66- Conti 2h38'36", 67- Durasek 2h42'12", 102- Cattaneo 3h31'18", 106- Arashiro 3h34'56", 151- Koshevoy 4h53’46"
 


2016环西班牙公路自行车赛的收官之战,Las Rozas-Madrid, 104.8公里,如同预计,本场比赛以传统的大团冲刺方式在马德里结束。

对于这场西班牙首都之战,没有派出纯冲刺手出战本届赛事的LAMPRE-MERIDA车队由新城幸也(Arashiro)担当冲刺角色,最终凭借努力,这位 东洋日本的运动员也并没让大家失望,险些冲进赛段前10。 Cort Nielsen获得赛段冠军,新城幸也(Arashiro)以第12位的成绩回到终点。

金塔纳(Quintana)夺下本届赛事总冠军。

纵观车队在本届赛事上的表现,两位体育主管佩特拉齐尼(Pedrazzini)与维奇诺(Vicino)带领小将瓦雷里奥-孔蒂(Valerio Conti)夺下第13赛段冠军,并且在全部高山赛段比赛中均表现出了强烈的进攻欲望与战斗精神,蓝-粉-绿色军团的身影几乎出现在了每场比赛的突围镜头 当中。

环西第21赛段成绩:
1- Cort Nielsen 2h48'52"
2- Bennati s.t.
3- Meersman s.t.
4- Sbaragli s.t.
5- Arndt s.t.
12- Arashiro s.t.
85- Durasek 25", 117- Conti 1'17", 126- Cattaneo s.t., 127- Grmay s.t., 137- Koshevoy s.t., 158- Meintjes 3'32"

最终总成绩榜:
1- Quintana 83h31'28"
2- Froome 1'23"
3- Chaves 4'08"
4- Contador 4'21"
5- Talansky 7'43"
40- Meintjes 1h39'52"
62- Grmay 2h32'40", 66- Conti 2h38'36", 67- Durasek 2h42'12", 102- Cattaneo 3h31'18", 106- Arashiro 3h34'56", 151- Koshevoy 4h53’46"

sito internet: www.teamlampremerida.com

 
 
 
 
After a taxing Vuelta, Cannondale-Drapac puts two in the top 10 
When the peloton arrived in Madrid after one of the hardest Vueltas in recent memory, Cannondale-Drapac had two riders inside the top 10: American Andrew Talansky and Italian Davide Formolo. The team finished third overall in the teams classification.
 
Talanksy finished fifth on the general classification, his best-ever finish in a grand tour. It was exactly what he set out to do: better his seventh place in the Vuelta, set in 2012.
 
“It’s a great feeling. When we made the decision to skip the Tour de France and focus on the Vuelta, we came up with that idea before the Tour of California,” Talansky said. “A lot of people questioned that, because it looked like I was riding well in Suisse. It was also putting a lot into one grand tour for the season, and really hoping that it would all come together for the Vuelta. Now, here in Madrid, it’s my best grand tour result. Fifth in the most difficult grand tour I’ve ever been a part of. I think we can all be really happy with that.”
 

Formolo also slotted into the top 10. His ninth-place finish is his highest in a grand tour. He came in with a straightforward goal.
 
“Just to do my best, you know? After the Giro, I started training really hard for this Vuelta. I am really happy now to be in the top 10, and also for working for Andrew in fifth. It was nice,” Formolo said. “I knew I didn’t have any pressure. Just stay as close to Andrew as I could.”
 
In the end, neither of them did it with flash but rather simple grit. As some faded in the final week, both Talansky and Formolo improved. Talansky moved up a spot during the individual time trial, and Formolo moved up a spot on the race’s final climb, up the Aitana.
 
Talansky was a model of consistency over the three weeks of racing, slowly moving up the general classifcation. He finished eighth up the Aubisque on stage 14, moving him into eighth, and seventh on the individual time trial on stage 19, moving him into fifth.
 
“The top four places are occupied by proven, grand tour podium contenders all supported by very strong teams. And the route this year was a very challenging route for the GC riders. All of that combined made for 21 days of very hard racing,” Talansky said.
 
For Talansky, the finish serves as a confirmation. His decision to skip the Tour de France after a less-than-ideal early season and focus on the Vuelta instead has been rewarded.
 
“I’m happy,” said head sport director Charly Wegelius“I think it was a brave decision that Andrew took to skip the Tour. A lot of people at the time had some difficulty understanding that. It’s nice to see that paid off for him, and it’s nice to see his career has taken a step back where he deserves to be. I think it’s an important step to next season.”
 

Formolo’s Vuelta story is similar to Talansky’s in that his success was incremental and his racing calculated. From stage 11, Formolo found himself near the top 10, in 13th. He moved up to 11th after stage 14, then climbed into the top 10 on stage 15, hitting eighth on GC.
 
From there, it was about maintenance. Formolo lost time on the time trial into Calp, falling to 10th, but would get back to ninth on the final climb of the Vuelta.
 
“He didn’t drop his head after a disappointing Giro. He put is head down and kept on working. It’s nice for him to get a confirmation that his talent just didn’t disappear,” Wegelius said.
 
Through and through, the solid general classification results come as a result of a team effort. Ben King riding the break on stage 20, falling back and helping TalanskyMoreno Moser pulling stage in and out. Pierre Rolland keeping Talansky out of the wind. The directors were proud of their squad, which lost Simon Clarke after a crash on stage 10. Clarke finished the stage, in a show of loyalty and tenacity, but was forced to withdraw when it was determined he required surgery on his shoulder to fix a broken scapula, among other issues.
 
 “They all rose to the challenge in what I think is fair to say is one of the hardest Vueltas of recent times. I’d say that the place in the team competition [third] really reflects the strength of the team. It’s a testament to strength of the riders,” Wegelius said.
 
On the road, Talansky saw how strong the team was every day and is well aware that this strength gave him opportunity.
 
“You can have the best form of your life. But if you don’t have the right team to support you, you’re not going to get a chance to show it,” Talansky said. “The final selection on a stage like yesterday, stage 20, we have four guys out of less than 20, when teams like Sky and Movistar have less. That just speaks to the depth and the strength of the team.”
 
DS Bingen Fernandez, on the ground at the Vuelta, said the Vuelta success came down to smarts, too.  
 
“Apart from being strong, we were smart. I think it’s not only we rode strong, we rode smart. It’s something that makes me proud of the team. That in the right moment, we were there,” Fernandez said. “It was hard. The first part of the Vuelta, we weren’t so good. Around 15th position. But we knew we could move up. So day by day we focused on that. The Vuelta is a challenge from day one. The most challenging aspect is the entire Vuelta itself.”
 

Pierre Rolland came to Spain as a super domestique rather than team leader. He took the same joy in the task as he does chasing personal ambitions in France. 
 
“I arrived here to help Andrew first, second I tried to win a stage. I think my help is very important for him and the team,” Rolland said. “I’m very happy for his result, and the team’s. I think it’s very important. Fifth on the GC, almost every day with the GC group — it’s very good spirit for the team. With tme, AndrewJoe, it’s very good for next year. This team is fun, no? This team is very good — it’s good work, and it’s so fun.”
 
Full text of Andrew Talansky interview 
 
The preparation in the early part of the season wasn’t idea, and you had some setbacks this season. But now, you’ve arrived fifth in Madrid. How’s it feel?
 

It’s a great feeling. When we made the decision to skip the Tour de France and focus on the Vuelta, we came up with that idea before the Tour of California. A lot of people questioned that, because it looked like I was riding well in Suisse. It was also putting a lot into one grand tour for the season, and really hoping that it would all come together for the Vuelta. We had a plan. And I have to thank Jonathan Vaughters for the fact that we stuck to it, and despite him taking a lot of criticism for doing so, not putting me into the Tour. Now, here in Madrid, it’s my best grand tour result. Fifth in the most difficult grand tour I’ve ever been a part of. I think we can all be really happy with that.
 
You’ve noted how hard this Vuelta has been a few times. What has made it so rough?

To start, the level of riders. You have the same group of riders from the Tour de France, plus Alberto Contador, who left the Tour de Franc early. He came here for a little bit of redemption. Nairo Quintana, same thing. He wasn’t at his best during the Tour. I think you saw here he was back to his climbing best. And Chris Froome doesn’t show up at a race unless he’s ready to race for the win. Then you have Esteban Chavez, who’s now a consistent podium rider at grand tours. So, the top four places are occupied by proven, grand tour podium contenders all supported by very strong teams. And the route this year was a very challenging route for the GC riders. All of that combined made for 21 days of very hard racing.
 
What’s the team meant to you here? 
 
You can have the best form of your life. But if you don’t have the right team to support you, you’re not going to get a chance to show it. Looking over these past three weeks… this is my eighth grand tour. The final selection on a stage like yesterday, stage 20, we have four guys out of less than 20, when teams like Sky and Movistar have less. That just speaks to the depth and the strength of the team. From day one here, in the first half of the race, I said that I’d do my best. They stayed completely committed to me when it would have been easy to say in the first half of the race it would be a tough ask to arrive in the top five in Madrid. But bit by bit we worked our way up there. I might have ended up 5th overall, but that’s only thanks to work they did over three weeks.
 
Anything else you’d like to add? 

It’s really nice to finish the season on a high note like this. I think you could see there was a turning point at the Tour of California, basically. Top five in every stage race I’ve started since California. California, Suisse, Utah, and now here at the Vuelta. It’s really nice to finish the season with this. This is my last race of the year. And to carry that momentum into next season.
 
One more, then. What about next year?

The ambition coming here was to put together a really sold three weeks and I think we accomplished that. Obviously that just motivates you and makes you want more. I’ll sit down with the team and we’ll figure out what the best races are to target next season. The tour de France holds a special place for me, and there’s no doubt that I want to go to that race and again put together the three weeks I know I’m capable of and the team knows I’m capable of. But just like this year it’s all about figuring out what the best races are and how to get there.

 
 
 
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Magnus Cort Nielsen (Orica-BikeExchange) intervistato dl termine della vittoria nella 21a tappa della Vuelta di Spagna Immagine © TV/Unipublic


Magnus Cort Nielsen (Orica-BikeExchange) intervistato dl termine della vittoria nella 21a tappa della Vuelta di Spagna Immagine © TV/Unipublic

Ordine d'arrivo 21a tappa Vuelta di Spagna 2016



Nairo Quintana (Team Movistar) conquista lVuelta di Spagna 2016 Photo   © Javier Belver/Unipublic


Nairo Quintana (Team Movistar) conquista lVuelta di Spagna 2016 Photo   © Javier Belver/Unipublic


Nairo Quintana con Chris Froome ed Esteban Chaves sul podio della Vuelta di Spagna 2016 Photo   © Javier Belver/Unipublic
 

Classifica Generale dopo la 21a tappa Vuelta di Spagna 2016

1    Nairo Quintana (Col) Movistar Team    83:31:28     
2    Christopher Froome (GBr) Team Sky    0:01:23     
3    Esteban Chaves (Col) Orica-BikeExchange    0:04:08     
4    Alberto Contador (Spa) Tinkoff Team    0:04:21     
5    Andrew Talansky (USA) Cannondale-Drapac    0:07:43     
6    Simon Yates (GBr) Orica-BikeExchange    0:08:33     
7    David De La Cruz (Spa) Etixx - Quick-Step    0:11:18     
8    Daniel Moreno (Spa) Movistar Team    0:13:04     
9   
 Davide Formolo (Ita) Cannondale-Drapac    0:13:17     
10    George Bennett (NZl) Team LottoNl-Jumbo    0:14:07     
11  
  Michele Scarponi (Ita) Astana Pro Team    0:15:33     
12    Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar Team    0:15:57     
13    Jean-Christophe Peraud (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale    0:18:22     
14    Ben Hermans (Bel) BMC Racing Team    0:19:10     
15    Egor Silin (Rus) Team Katusha    0:22:05     
16    Maxime Monfort (Bel) Lotto Soudal    0:29:37     
17    Jan Bakelants (Bel) AG2R La Mondiale    0:36:30     
18    Sergio Pardilla (Spa) Caja Rural-Seguros RGA    0:38:38     
19    Haimar Zubeldia (Spa) Trek-Segafredo    0:40:29     
20    Kenny Elissonde (Fra) FDJ    0:42:26     

21    Marcel Wyss (Swi) IAM Cycling    0:44:27     
22    Luis Angel Mate (Spa) Cofidis, Solutions Credits    0:57:11     
23    Gianluca Brambilla (Ita) Etixx - Quick-Step    0:58:02     
24    Matvey Mamykin (Rus) Team Katusha    1:00:10     
25    Fabio Felline (Ita) Trek-Segafredo    1:02:14     
26    Luis Leon Sanchez (Spa) Astana Pro Team    1:03:25     
27    Romain Hardy (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credits    1:03:36     
28    Pierre-Roger Latour (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale    1:06:12     
29    Leopold Konig (Cze) Team Sky    1:06:37     
30    Rudy Molard (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credits    1:10:56     
31    Andrey Zeits (Kaz) Astana Pro Team    1:17:52     
32    Darwin Atapuma (Col) BMC Racing Team    1:21:53     
33    Ruben Fernandez (Spa) Movistar Team    1:23:10     
34    Robert Gesink (Ned) Team LottoNl-Jumbo    1:32:23     
35    Yury Trofimov (Rus) Tinkoff Team    1:32:26     
36    Jonathan Castroviejo (Spa) Movistar Team    1:33:19     
37    Mathias Frank (Swi) IAM Cycling    1:34:11     
38    Merhawi Kudus (Eri) Dimension Data    1:36:38     
39    Pavel Kochetkov (Rus) Team Katusha    1:38:27     
40    Louis Meintjes (RSA) Lampre - Merida    1:39:52     
41    Clement Chevrier (Fra) IAM Cycling    1:42:12     
42    Peter Kennaugh (GBr) Team Sky    1:42:48     
43    Jesus Hernandez (Spa) Tinkoff Team    1:46:35     
44    Danilo Wyss (Swi) BMC Racing Team    1:47:15     
45    Damien Howson (Aus) Orica-BikeExchange    1:50:00     
46    Benjamin King (USA) Cannondale-Drapac    1:50:34     
47    Maxime Bouet (Fra) Etixx - Quick-Step    1:51:05     
48    Axel Domont (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale    1:51:11     
49    Lawrence Warbasse (USA) IAM Cycling    1:55:15     
50    Pierre Rolland (Fra) Cannondale-Drapac    2:00:07     
51    Dario Cataldo (Ita) Astana Pro Team    2:00:20     
52    Tobias Ludvigsson (Swe) Team Giant-Alpecin    2:04:20     
53    Bart De Clercq (Bel) Lotto Soudal    2:04:34     
54    José Mendes (Por) Bora-Argon 18    2:05:38     
55    Romain Sicard (Fra) Direct Energie    2:07:24     
56    Davide Villella (Ita) Cannondale-Drapac    2:15:41     
57    Julien Bernard (Fra) Trek-Segafredo    2:20:54     
58    Riccardo Zoidl (Aut) Trek-Segafredo    2:27:28     
59    Alberto Losada (Spa) Team Katusha    2:27:31     
60    David Lopez Garcia (Spa) Team Sky    2:28:08     
61    Stéphane Rossetto (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credits    2:30:21     
62    Tsgabu Grmay (Eth) Lampre - Merida    2:32:40     
63    Zdenek Stybar (Cze) Etixx - Quick-Step    2:34:57     
64    Jens Keukeleire (Bel) Orica-BikeExchange    2:36:31     
65    Thomas De Gendt (Bel) Lotto Soudal    2:36:55     
66    Valerio Conti (Ita) Lampre - Merida    2:38:36     
67    Kristijan Durasek (Cro) Lampre - Merida    2:42:12     
68    Michael Gogl (Aut) Tinkoff Team    2:46:17     
69    Omar Fraile (Spa) Dimension Data    2:50:33     
70    Lilian Calmejane (Fra) Direct Energie    2:51:44     
71    Sergey Lagutin (Rus) Team Katusha    3:04:49     
72    Moreno Moser (Ita) Cannondale-Drapac    3:05:17     
73    Jaime Roson (Spa) Caja Rural-Seguros RGA    3:06:10     
74    Perrig Quemeneur (Fra) Direct Energie    3:06:15     
75    Christoph Pfingsten (Ger) Bora-Argon 18    3:08:22     
76    Chad Haga (USA) Team Giant-Alpecin    3:11:35     
77    Odd Christian Eiking (Nor) FDJ    3:11:38     
78    Pello Bilbao (Spa) Caja Rural-Seguros RGA    3:11:51     
79    Silvan Dillier (Swi) BMC Racing Team    3:12:18     
80    Ian Boswell (USA) Team Sky    3:13:19     
81    Vegard Stake Laengen (Nor) IAM Cycling    3:14:24     
82    Kristian Sbaragli (Ita) Dimension Data    3:14:26     
83    Gatis Smukulis (Lat) Astana Pro Team    3:16:13     
84    Imanol Erviti Ollo (Spa) Movistar Team    3:16:25     
85    Tiago Machado (Por) Team Katusha    3:17:48     
86    Simon Gerrans (Aus) Orica-BikeExchange    3:18:18     
87    Johannes Fröhlinger (Ger) Team Giant-Alpecin    3:18:44     
88    Joe Dombrowski (USA) Cannondale-Drapac    3:18:58     
89    Louis Vervaeke (Bel) Lotto Soudal    3:19:17     
90    Sander Armee (Bel) Lotto Soudal    3:19:18     
91    José Herrada (Spa) Movistar Team    3:19:21     
92    Jelle Wallays (Bel) Lotto Soudal    3:20:26     
93    Cesare Benedetti (Ita) Bora-Argon 18    3:20:55     
94    François Bidard (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale    3:21:32     
95    Quentin Jauregui (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale    3:23:23     
96    Koen De Kort (Ned) Team Giant-Alpecin    3:23:49     
97    Alessandro Vanotti (Ita) Astana Pro Team    3:23:51     
98    Matthieu Ladagnous (Fra) FDJ    3:24:31     
99    Ivan Rovny (Rus) Tinkoff Team    3:27:22     
100    Dylan Teuns (Bel) BMC Racing Team    3:27:45     
101    Dries Devenyns (Bel) IAM Cycling    3:31:12     
102    Mattia Cattaneo (Ita) Lampre - Merida    3:31:18     
103    Bram Tankink (Ned) Team LottoNl-Jumbo    3:32:41     
104    Laurent Didier (Lux) Trek-Segafredo    3:33:39     
105    Simon Pellaud (Swi) IAM Cycling    3:34:16     
106    Yukiya Arashiro (Jpn) Lampre - Merida    3:34:56     
107    Daniele Bennati (Ita) Tinkoff Team    3:35:23     
108    Alexandre Geniez (Fra) FDJ    3:37:19     
109    Tosh Van Der Sande (Bel) Lotto Soudal    3:38:33     
110    Adam Hansen (Aus) Lotto Soudal    3:38:58     
111    Gianni Meersman (Bel) Etixx - Quick-Step    3:43:34     
112    Pieter Serry (Bel) Etixx - Quick-Step    3:45:38     
113    Yves Lampaert (Bel) Etixx - Quick-Step    3:47:12     
114    Gregor Muhlberger (Aut) Bora-Argon 18    3:48:20     
115    Sergio Paulinho (Por) Tinkoff Team    3:48:36     
116    Scott Thwaites (GBr) Bora-Argon 18    3:51:21     
117    Jack Haig (Aus) Orica-BikeExchange    3:52:03     
118    Michal Golas (Pol) Team Sky    3:52:50     
119    Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Astana Pro Team    3:53:38     
120    Fumiyuki Beppu (Jpn) Trek-Segafredo    3:56:12     
121    Salvatore Puccio (Ita) Team Sky    4:00:23     
122    David Arroyo (Spa) Caja Rural-Seguros RGA    4:01:27     
123    Koen Bouwman (Ned) Team LottoNl-Jumbo    4:01:40     
124    Christian Knees (Ger) Team Sky    4:05:41     
125    Hugh Carthy (GBr) Caja Rural-Seguros RGA    4:05:45     
126    Gert Dockx (Bel) Lotto Soudal    4:10:08     
127    Eduard Prades (Spa) Caja Rural-Seguros RGA    4:10:50     
128    Jhonatan Restrepo (Col) Team Katusha    4:12:28     
129    Jerome Cousin (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credits    4:15:35     
130    Rory Sutherland (Aus) Movistar Team    4:16:30     
131    Tom Stamsnijder (Ned) Team Giant-Alpecin    4:17:10     
132    Kiel Reijnen (USA) Trek-Segafredo    4:18:09     
133    Magnus Cort Nielsen (Den) Orica-BikeExchange    4:18:37     
134    Gediminas Bagdonas (Ltu) AG2R La Mondiale    4:19:24     
135    Sindre Skjoestad Lunke (Nor) Team Giant-Alpecin    4:20:30     
136    Ryan Anderson (Can) Direct Energie    4:22:58     
137    Martijn Keizer (Ned) Team LottoNl-Jumbo    4:26:20     
138    Loïc Chetout (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions Credits    4:30:55     
139    Niki Terpstra (Ned) Etixx - Quick-Step    4:31:57     
140    Sam Bewley (NZl) Orica-BikeExchange    4:34:16     
141    Sven Erik Bystrøm (Nor) Team Katusha    4:35:05     
142    Jean-Pierre Drucker (Lux) BMC Racing Team    4:36:07     
143    Victor Campenaerts (Bel) Team LottoNl-Jumbo    4:37:31     
144    Jonas Vangenechten (Bel) IAM Cycling    4:40:27     
145    Jaco Venter (RSA) Dimension Data    4:40:57     
146    Brian Nauleau (Fra) Direct Energie    4:43:11     
147    Manuele Boaro (Ita) Tinkoff Team    4:47:36     
148    Romain Cardis (Fra) Direct Energie    4:48:51     
149    Lorenzo Manzin (Fra) FDJ    4:52:05     
150    Julien Morice (Fra) Direct Energie    4:53:21     
151    Ilia Koshevoy (Blr) Lampre - Merida    4:53:46     
152    Martin Velits (Svk) Etixx - Quick-Step    4:53:56     
153    Christophe Riblon (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale    4:57:13     
154    Nick Dougall (RSA) Dimension Data    4:57:18     
155    Tyler Farrar (USA) Dimension Data    4:57:20     
156    Rudiger Selig (Ger) Bora-Argon 18    4:59:15     
157    Michael Schwarzmann (Ger) Bora-Argon 18    5:02:29     
158    Svein Tuft (Can) Orica-BikeExchange    5:03:49     
159    Nikias Arndt (Ger) Team Giant-Alpecin    5:07:40

 


Fabio Felline (Team Trek Segafredo) maglia verde della classifica a punti alla Vuelta di Spagna 2016  Immagine © TV/Unipublic

Classifica a punti finale Vuelta di Spagna 2016
1    Fabio Felline (Ita) Trek-Segafredo    100     pts
2    Nairo Quintana (Col) Movistar Team    97     
3    Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar Team    93     
4    Christopher Froome (GBr) Team Sky    92     
5    Luis Leon Sanchez (Spa) Astana Pro Team    75     
6    Gianni Meersman (Bel) Etixx - Quick-Step    73     
7    Simon Yates (GBr) Orica-BikeExchange    56     
8    Alberto Contador (Spa) Tinkoff Team    56     
9    Esteban Chaves (Col) Orica-BikeExchange    54     
10    Daniele Bennati (Ita) Tinkoff Team    54     
....

 


Omar Fraile (Team Dimension Data) maglia a pois della classifica della montagna alla Vuelta di Spagna 2016  Immagine © TV/Unipublic

Classifica della montagna finale Vuelta di Spagna 2016
1    Omar Fraile 
(Spa) Dimension Data    58     pts
2    Kenny Elissonde (Fra) FDJ    57     
3    Robert Gesink (Ned) Team LottoNl-Jumbo    37     
4    Alexandre Geniez (Fra) FDJ    28     
5    Nairo Quintana (Col) Movistar Team    27     
6    Egor Silin (Rus) Team Katusha    23     
7    Sergey Lagutin (Rus) Team Katusha    22     
8    Thomas De Gendt (Bel) Lotto Soudal    19     
9    Gianluca Brambilla (Ita) Etixx - Quick-Step    18     
10    Luis Angel Mate (Spa) Cofidis, Solutions Credits    18     
....


Il team BMC vince la classifica riservata alle squadre alla Vuelta di Spagna 2016  © Javier Belver/Unipublic

Classifica della montagna finale Vuelta di Spagna 2016

1    BMC Racing Team    249:48:23     
2    Movistar Team    0:04:43     
3    Cannondale-Drapac    0:22:44     
4    Team Katusha    0:35:19     
5    AG2R La Mondiale    0:35:30     
6    Astana Pro Team    0:56:22     
7    Etixx - Quick-Step    1:04:57     
8    IAM Cycling    1:08:38     
9    Tinkoff Team    1:23:50     
10    Orica-BikeExchange    1:33:00     
11    Team Sky    1:45:16     
12    Lotto Soudal    1:45:31     
13    Cofidis, Solutions Credits    1:50:15     
14    Trek-Segafredo    2:02:03     
15    Caja Rural-Seguros RGA    3:52:24     
16    Team LottoNl-Jumbo    4:04:33     
17    Lampre - Merida    4:20:00     
18    Dimension Data    5:26:17     
19    Bora-Argon 18    5:43:20     
20    FDJ    6:06:22     
21    Direct Energie    6:10:44     
22    Team Giant-Alpecin    6:19:59



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NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
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NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km © Immagini TV/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic
NAIRO QUINTANA HA VINTO LA VUELTA DI SPAGNA 2016, a CORT NIELSEN la 21a tappa Las Rozas/Madrid di 104.8km - Immagini © Javier Belver/Unipublic


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