2017 Vuelta a España

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Aug 09 2017

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The 2017 edition of the Vuelta a España runs from August 19 to September 10, 2017. Alberto Contador will lead Trek-Segafredo in the final race of his career.

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Riding for Trek-Segafredo:

1 Alberto Contador
2 Edward Theuns
3 Markel Irizar
4 Julien Bernard
5 Jesús Hernández
6 Jarlinson Pantano
7 John Degenkolb
8 Koen de Kort
9 Peter Stetina

Stage 1, August 19: Nîmes – Nîmes, 13.7 km (TTT)

Stage 2, August 20: Nîmes – Gruissan/Grand Narbonne/Aude, 203.4 km

Stage 3, August 21: Prades Conflent Canigó – Andorra la Vella, 158.5 km

Stage 4, August 22: Escaldes/Engordany – Tarragona/Anella Mediterránea 2018, 198.2 km

Stage 5, August 23: Benicàssim – Alcossebre, 175.7 km

Stage 6, August 24: Vila-real – Sagunt, 204.4 km

Stage 7, August 25: Llíria – Cuenca/Ciudad Patrimonio de la Humanidad, 207 km

Stage 8, August 26: Hellín –Xorret de Catí/Costa Blanca Interior, 199.5 km

Stage 9, August 27: Orihuela Ciudad del Poeta Miguel Hernández – Cumbre del Sol/El Poble Nou de Benitatxell, 174 km

First Rest Day, August 28: Provincia de Alicante

Stage 10, August 29: Caravaca/Año Jubilar 2017 – Alhama de Murcia/El Pozo Alimentación, 164.8 km

Stage 11, August 30: Lorca – Observatorio Astronómico de Calar Alto, 187.5 km

Stage 12, August 31: Motril – Antequera/Los Dólmenes, 160.1 km

Stage 13, September 1: Coín – Tomares, 198.4 km

Stage 14, September 2: Écija – Alto Sierra de La Pandera, 175 km

Stage 15, September 3: Alcalá la Real – Sierra Nevada/Alto Hoya de la Mora. Monachil, 129.4 km

Second Rest Day, September 4: Logroño

Stage 16, September 5: Circuito de Navarra – Logroño, 40.2 km (ITT)

Stage 17, September 6: Villadiego – Los Machucos/Monumento Vaca Pasiega, 180.5 km

Stage 18, September 7: Suances – Santo Toribio de Liébana, 169 km

Stage 19, September 8: Caso/Parque Natural de Redes – Gijón, 149.7 km

Stage 20, September 9: Corvera de Asturias – Alto de l’Angliru, 117.5 km

Stage 21, September 10: Arroyomolinos – Madrid, 117.6 km

To navigate the Race Atlas, go to ARCHIVE, hover over image and click

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