Roglic shortens space to Evenepoel

As the most effective German, Jonas Koch from Team Bora-Hansgrohe rolled over the goal. The 29-year-old from Schwäbisch Hall showed up as 93rd. The German starters are still waiting for the first stage win at this year’s version of the Spain Scenic tour.

Olympic champ Richard Carapaz won the phase, who finished 8 seconds before the Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana) and Roglic. It was the second day of the 29-year-old Ecuadorian at the 77th Vuelta, and also he had actually currently thrived on Thursday.

The peloton is currently facing the following difficult job on Sunday. The 152.6 km long 15th phase comes up with over 4000 meters of elevation as well as a hard climb in the Sierra Nevada high hills. Till the final section on September 11th there is no day of rest.

Roglic (Team Jumbo-Visma) distanced his rival to Sierra de la Pandera at the end of the climb of the demanding 160.3 kilometer-long 14th phase as well as is just 1:49 mins behind the Belgian.

14. Montoro-Sierra de la Pandera (160.30 kilometres) phase:

1. Richard Carapaz Montenegro (Ecuador)- ineos Grenadiers 4:09:27 hrs; 2. Miguel Angel Lopez Moreno (Colombia)- astana Qazaqstan team + 8 secs; 3. Primoz Roglic (Slovenia)- Jumbo-Visma; 4. Joao Almeida (Portugal)- Uae Team Emirates + 27; 5. Carlos Rodriguez Cano (Spain)- ineos Grenadiers + 36; 6. Enric Mas Nicolau (Spain)- Movistar team; 7. Thymen Arensman (Netherlands) team DSM + 51; 8. Remco Evenepoel (Belgium)- Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl + 56; 9. Juan Ayuso Pesquera (Spain)- Uae Team Emirates; 10. Wilco Kelderman (Netherlands)- Bora-Hansgrohe + 1:24 minutes.

Primoz

overall rating solitary, as of the 14th stage:

1. Remco Evenepoel (Belgium)- Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 52:21:33 hours; 2. Primoz Roglic (Slovenia)- Jumbo-Visma + 1:49 min.; 3. Enric Mas Nicolau (Spain)- Movistar Team + 2:43; 4. Carlos Rodriguez Cano (Spain)- ineos Grenadiers + 3:46; 5. Juan Ayuso Pesquera (Spain)- Uae Team Emirates + 4:53; 6. Miguel Angel Lopez Moreno (Colombia)- astana Qazaqstan team + 6:02; 7. Joao Almeida (Portugal)- Uae Team Emirates + 6:49; 8. Wilco Kelderman (Netherlands)- Bora-Hansgrohe + 6:56; 9. Tao Geoghegan Hart (Great Britain)- ineos Grenadiers + 8:49; 10. Ben O’Connor (Australia)- AG2R Citroën Team + 9:12

Miguel Angel Lopez Moreno (Colombia)- astana Qazaqstan team + 8 seconds; 3. Enric Mas Nicolau (Spain)- Movistar team; 7. Juan Ayuso Pesquera (Spain)- Uae Team Emirates; 10. Enric Mas Nicolau (Spain)- Movistar Team + 2:43; 4. Juan Ayuso Pesquera (Spain)- Uae Team Emirates + 4:53; 6.

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