Magnus Cort Nielsen provisional leader of the time trial … Follow the last stage of the Tour of Spain

Magnus Cort Nielsen provisional leader of the time trial … Follow the last stage of the Tour of Spain
Magnus Cort Nielsen provisional leader of the time trial … Follow the last stage of the Tour of Spain

While everything seems to be going in the direction of Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) on this Tour of Spain, the last individual time trial, Sunday September 5, should modify the gaps to the margin between the main favorites. The Slovenian, vying for the pass of three consecutive Vuelta, has a 2’38 “lead over Enric Mas (Movistar), his runner-up overall, and 4’48” over Australian Jack Haig (Bahrain-Victorious).

A podium that seems frozen and that the time of 33.8 km with a final in the streets of Santiago de Compostela, will not be able to modify at first glance. Specialists, such as a certain Primoz Roglic, reigning Olympic champion in the discipline, could therefore have pride of place on a hilly course.


 
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