Cameron Wurf’s Vuelta Diary: Captain of the Ship

Stage 6 might have belonged to Michael Morkov and Tony Martin but if there’s anything we’ve learned from Cam Wurf’s Vuelta diary so far, it’s that there are plenty of stories happening every day of the race, not just the ones you see on TV. In his stage 6 report Cam tells us more about …


2013 Vuelta a Espana startlist

Movistar Team VALVERDE Alejandro INTXAUSTI Benat HERRADA Jose MORENO Javier SZMYD Sylwester ERVITI Imanol GUTIERREZ Jose Iván LASTRAS Pablo CAPECCHI Eros Sky Procycling HENAO Sergio Luis BOASSON HAGEN Edvald CATALDO Dario KIRYIENKA Vasil KNEES Christian PUCCIO Salvatore ROWE Luke URAN Rigoberto ZANDIO Xabier Euskaltel – Euskadi SANCHEZ Samuel ANTON Igor NIEVE Mikel MARTINEZ Egoi VERDUGO …

Vuelta Stage Previews

The 68th edition of the Vuelta a España runs from Saturday August 24 through to Sunday September 15. In that time the riders will cover more than 3,300km in 21 stages, taking in an anti-clockwise loop of Spain. Here’s a stage-by-stage breakdown of the 2013 Vuelta a España.

Vuelta a Espana In Photos | Part Two

This edition of the Vuelta a Espana shaped up to have been the Grand Tour the year in my opinion. It was only ever a four man race (Contador, Valverde, Rodriguez and Froome) which came down to a two man race in the second half, but it kept us guessing and the win was far …


Vuelta a España In Photos

The Vuelta a Espana is a race I can either take or leave depending on how saturated I’ve been with cycling coverage throughout the season. It’s a challenge to stay up late and watch any Grand Tour for us here in Australia, but this year’s Vuelta this year has been absolutely spectacular. A good race …


Is This Legal?

I haven’t heard of Cav being fined for bunny hopping across the finish line in Stage 13 of the Vuelta, but I’m guessing UCI officials were frantically digging through their rule books trying to find which regulation had been violated. It’s great to see Cav bringing some spark and showmanship back into the peloton. This …


Vuelta a España

I have to admit that at this point in the season I usually only a have limited interest in La Vuelta a España. Of course I’ll glance by the results first in the morning but I don’t get too emotionally involved or sleep deprived like I would with the Giro or the TdF. However, I’m excited to pay close …


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