Tour of Spain 2022 | Follow the live commentary of today’s stage: Montoro-Sierra de la Pandera (160.3 km)

Tour of Spain 2022 | Follow the live commentary of today’s stage: Montoro-Sierra de la Pandera (160.3 km)
Tour of Spain 2022 | Follow the live commentary of today’s stage: Montoro-Sierra de la Pandera (160.3 km)

Follow the 14th stage of the Vuelta a España 2022 live on television on Eurosport 1 and online in streaming on Eurosport App/Player. From 2:30 p.m. live the whole day with our team of experts and at the end, our live analysis program ‘La Montonera’.

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Enric Mas, with Contador at Eurosport: “It has been closing the gap with Roglic and losing strength”

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The 14th stage of the Vuelta a España 2022 is celebrated this Saturday, September 3, between Montoro and Sierra de la Pandera, with 160.3 kilometers of route in a new day with a high finish. The stage is clearly divided into two parts, with a very relaxed start where you will fight for the escape and a second part where the mountainous difficulties appear with the final ascent to La Pandera.

Live commentary for today’s stage

-2KM | Evenepoel in trouble

The leader of La Vuelta 22, Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team), is suffering and sees Roglic, Mas and López move away from him. Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates) passed him after his puncture.

-2KM | Roglic, Mas and Superman

Primoz Roglic, Enric Mas and Superman López have met just under 3 kilometers from the finish line and they only have Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers) ahead of them. Remco Evenepoel suffers a few meters behind!

-3KM | Mas and López, for Roglic

Enric Mas (Movistar Team) and Superman López (Astana Qazaqstan) have jumped in search of Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma). Leader Remco Evenepoel is only a few meters behind.

-5KM | Roglic, attack!

The triple winner of La Vuelta Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) goes on the attack 4 kilometers from the finish line of the Sierra de la Pandera.

-7KM | Champoussin, Carapaz and Luisle

Clément Champoussin (Ag2r Citroën) caught up with Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers) and Luis León Sánchez (Bahrain Victorious) with 7 kilometers to go. Very close they have the Italian Filippo Conca ( Soudal), who is doing a great stage.

VIDEO | A Quick-Step assistant handed Remco Evenepoel a drum during the 14th stage of the 2022 Vuelta a España, when he suffered a spectacular fall as the peloton passed by. The assistant fell on his back to the ground and miraculously avoided a blow to the head, but luckily everything was a scare and he was able to get up immediately.

Tremendous fall on the back of a Quick-Step assistant after giving a drum to Evenepoel

-9KM | Carapaz reaches the height of Luisle

Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers) jumps in the pursuit group after the slight decline and catches up with Luis León Sánchez (Bahrain Victorious). They have ten seconds over their pursuers and 2’42” over the peloton.

-12KM | Luisle crowns with 24 seconds

Passage through Puerto de Los Villares (2nd category, 12.1km to finish):

1. Luis Leon Sanchez (Bahrain Victorious), 5pts
2. Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers), 3pts
3. Kenny Elissonde (Trek-Segafredo), 1pt

The Murcian crowns 24 seconds behind the group of Champoussin, Carapaz, Elissonde, Lutsenko and Conca.

-13KM | Jumbo-Visma squeezes

The strong pace of Robert Gesink (Jumbo-Visma) at the head of the peloton continues and puts the peloton in single file at Puerto de Los Villares. 3 minutes ahead for the head of the race.

-15KM | Chaves attacks in the peloton

Esteban Chaves (EF Education-EasyPost) wanted to attack early in the pack, but the strong pace of Robert Gesink (Jumbo-Visma) at the head of the pack canceled out his move.

-18KM | Lutsenko attacks on the run

Alexey Lutsenko (Astana Qazaqstan) is the first to break hostilities in the breakaway group 7 kilometers from the crown in Puerto de Los Villares. At first, he can only be followed by Luis León Sánchez (Bahrain Victorious).

-20KM | 3’22” with 20 kilometers to go

We are already in the last 20 kilometers of the stage, and the nine escapees maintain a 3’22” advantage over the peloton.

-22KM | The Port of Los Villares begins

The ten escapees are already in the Puerto de Los Villares (2nd category), the penultimate port of this 14th stage. An ascent of 10.4 kilometers at an average gradient of 5.5% that will be crowned 12.1 kilometers from the finish line, practically joining the ascent to the Sierra de la Pandera.

-30KM | 30 kilometers to finish

With 30 kilometers to go, the breakaway has a lead of 4’05” over the peloton, led by the Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team. Now we only have ahead of us the chain of Puerto de Los Villares (2nd category) and the Sierra of La Pandera (1st category).

-33KM | More points for Pedersen in the Jaén sprint

I go through the intermediate sprint of Jaén (33.1 kilometers from the finish line):

1. Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo), 20pts
2. Raul Garcia Pierna (Kern Pharma Team), 17pts
3. Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers), 15pts
4. Bruno Armirail (Groupama-FDJ), 13pts
5. Marco Brenner (Team DSM), 10pts

-40KM | 40 kilometers to the finish line, 4’31”

The breakaway of Champoussin, Lutsenko, Luisle, Armirail, Carapaz, Conca, Brenner, Elissonde, Pedersen and García Pierna is already in the last 40 kilometers of the stage and their last reference time is 4’31”. Do they have options to play the victory of the stage in the Sierra de La Pandera?

-49KM | 4 minutes at the top

The platoon has crowned the Siete Pilillas Pass 4’16” behind the breakaway.

-50KM | Carapaz, in the lead in Pilillas

Pass through the Port of Siete Pilillas (3rd category, km 107.2):

1. Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers), 3pts
2. Luis Leon Sanchez (Bahrain Victorious), 2pts
3. Kenny Elissonde (Groupama-FDJ), 1pt

-62KM | The leak reaches the first port

The ten escapees are already facing the first of the three scoring ports today, the Port of Siete Pilillas (3rd category). It will be 9.9 kilometers at an average gradient of 3.5%. At that point, they are 3’24” above the pack, which is still leading Quick-Step.

-69KM | Quick-Step controls, 3 minutes

When we enter the last 70 kilometers of the stage, the situation has stabilized after more than an hour and a half of battle. The peloton rides calmly to the rhythm of the Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team, already 3’05” from the ten breakaways.

-77KM | It seems that we have a leak: the peloton, at 1’02”

The breakaway group of Clément Champoussin (Ag2r Citroën), Alexey Lutsenko (Astana Qazaqstan), Luis León Sánchez (Bahrain Victorious), Bruno Armirail (Groupama-FDJ) is consolidated. Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers), Filippo Conca (Lotto Soudal), Kenny Elissonde and Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo). At 27 seconds they are followed by Raúl García Pierna (Team Kern Pharma) and Marco Brenner (Team DSM). At 1’02”, the peloton.

-83KM | 32 seconds for eight runners

Carapaz, Luisle, Pedersen, Champoussin, Armirail, Conca, Elissonde and Lutsenko have 32 seconds ahead of the peloton. In pursuit, jump Raúl García Pierna (Kern Pharma Team) and Marco Brenner (Team DSM).

-100KM | 60 kilometers, and no leak

We have already covered more than 60 kilometers of stage and we still don’t have a break of the day. The peloton has already neutralized the movement of De Gendt, Stannard and Yevgeniy Federov (Astana Qazaqstan), although the Kazakh keeps trying and is now riding in the lead again together with Sergio Higuita (Bora-hansgrohe).

VIDEO | John Ayuso He attended the Eurosport microphones at the start in Montoro of the 14th Vuelta a España, where he confirmed that he is in perfect condition despite his positive for Covid-19. The Spanish rider has ensured that he spent the bad days on the rest day and in the time trial, while this weekend he hopes to continue with the best and try to storm the podium.

Ayuso confirms in Eurosport that he is fine: “I’ve already had the bad days”

-115KM | De Gendt insists

Despite his last breakaway attempt having been neutralized, Thomas De Gendt (Lotto Soudal) jumps out of the pack again, and now rides in the lead alongside Robert Stananrd (Alpecin-Deceuninck). They have 9 seconds ahead of the peloton, where the riders who were riding low in the UAE Team Emirates group have already joined.

-130KM | 29 seconds for a second group

The peloton of the leader of La Vuelta 22 neutralizes all breakaway attempts for the moment, but a second group has formed in which UAE Team Emirates works, losing 29 seconds.

-160KM | The stage begins!

The 14th stage of La Vuelta 22 is already underway! The cyclists have already passed kilometer 0.

13:05 | output neutralized

The runners are already rolling along the neutralized route of this 14th stage. The 146 cyclists who finished yesterday’s day have taken the start.

12:30 | GOOD MORNING AND WELCOME TO THE LIVE WHERE WE ARE GOING TO TELL YOU THE 14TH STAGE OF THE VUELTA A ESPAÑA WITH FINISH AT LA PANDERA!!!

Welcome to the live narration of the 14th stage of La Vuelta 22. After experiencing yesterday the fourth arrival at the sprint of this edition, the high mountains return in this penultimate race weekend. Today we have a stage of 160.3 kilometers starting in Montoro and finishing high up in the Sierra de la Pandera (1st category). Before, the cyclists will climb the Puerto de Siete Pilillas (3rd category) and the Puerto de Los Villares (2nd category), the latter practically joined with the finish in La Pandera.

The neutralized start is scheduled at 1:05 p.m., to reach the real start at 1:17 p.m.

14th stage, profile and route: Test with a tough final chain, Montoro-La Pandera (160.3 km)

Contador’s prediction (14th stage): A very demanding finish in La Pandera to test Evenepoel

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Evenepoel’s first moment of weakness: Give in to Roglic’s attack and Mas’s pace

AN HOUR AGO

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Final 14th stage: Roglic revives La Vuelta in La Pandera and Carapaz repeats victory

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