This Saturday’s The Lap 2022, the fourteenth, is the second of three assaults on ports of Andalusia of this 77th version of La Vuelta, after the one on Thursday White Rocks and earlier than the Hoya de la Mora from sunday in Sierra Nevada.
It’s a route of 160.3 kms. Are available Montoro (Cordova) and the Sierra of the Pandera (Jaen) by which the protagonist of the platoon is predicted. Particularly within the closing chaining of the ports of The Villaresfrom Second, and La Pandera, from First, the place it’s on the end line.
It is virtually 23 km. of steady ascent with a small relaxation from the go by means of the highest of Los Villares (10.4, kms. to five.5 of unevenness) to the start of the Pandera (8.4 to 7.8 and ramps at 15 % to the start, within the center and on the finish of the cease).
A day to gauge how the greats arrive on the key occasion in Sierra Nevada. Sure Remco Evenepoel continues not solely strong but additionally dominating; if there may be any trace of an opportunity that primoz roglic the Purple discusses him so as to add his fourth consecutive Lap and if Enrique Extra He offers him to beat the Slovenian, who has solely 22 seconds.
The stage 14 of the Tour of Spain 2022 could be seen on tv by means of the channels eurosport Y Telesport of RTVE. As well as, it may be adopted by means of the dwell protection of EL ESPAÑOL.
Stage 14: Montoro > Sierra de La Pandera (160.3 km)
Departure time: 13:15
EXIT: Montoro is as soon as once more the stage begin of La Vuelta, 22 years after his first and, till now, solely look, in 2000. The race will head to Jaén for the powerful end up the Sierra de la Pandera.
Anticipated time of arrival: 17:30
ARRIVAL: Since its premiere in 2002, the Sierra de la Pandera has been the purpose of La Vuelta 5 occasions. Its summit has seen nice names win similar to Roberto Heras, Alejandro Valverde or the Polish Rafal Majka, final winner in 2017.
– PORT OF SIETE PILILLAS (third) Km 107.2. | Unevenness 348 m. | Ascent 9.9 km. | Share 3.5%
– PUERTO DE LOS VILLARES (2nd) Km 148.2. | Unevenness 575 m. | Ascent 10.4 km. | Share 5.5%
– SIERRA DE LA PANDERA (1st) Km 160.3. | Unevenness 657 m. | Ascent 8.4 km. | Share 7.8%
– JAEN: Km 127.2
The Ecuadorian Richard Carapaz (Ineos) has been the winner of the fourteenth stage of the Vuelta a España disputed between Montoro (Córdoba) and La Pandera (Jaén), of 160.3 km, by which the Belgian saved the crimson jersey of chief Remco Evenepoel (Fast Step), who misplaced 1 minute to the Slovenian Primoz Roglic.
Carapaz, after a spectacular ascent, achieved the solo double, reaching the end line with a time of 4:09:28, at a median of 38.6 km/hour. He was adopted on the end line by Miguel Ángel López (Astana) and Primoz Roglic at 7 seconds, with Carlos Rodríguez and Enric Mas at 36 and the chief Remco Evenepoel and Juan Ayuso at 56.
Within the basic classification, Evenepoel retained the crimson jersey with a bonus of 1.49 over Roglic and a couple of.43 over Enric Mas. The Belgian runner spent a day of actual disaster, however he knew endure the worst moments in order to not lose all his revenue on the prime of the desk. Nonetheless, it was the primary large signal of weak spot for the younger Fast-Step prodigy. This Sunday the fifteenth stage can be held between Martos and Alto Hoya de la Mora, in Sierra Nevada, d3 162.3 km.