Vuelta a España 2019 via live stream + TV transmission: Gilbert wins second stage victory at the 17th leg of the Vuelta
The 74th SpainTour is again a thing for the climbers. Between August 24 and September 15, 2019, the Vuelta a España will also get up to six chances for a mass arrival on a total of 3,272 kilometers of the Vuelta a España. However, the sections advertised as flat stages almost all include some climbs ,
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The 21 stages are all from TV stations euro Sport transfer. The stages will partly be shown in full length on Free-TV. All full-length races will also be broadcast live in the Eurosport player. Due to the deal between Eurosport and DAZN, all races at DAZN are also available in the stream. When the races start, please refer to the table below.
These teams fight for victory at the Vuelta
A total of 18 UCI WorldTeams are eligible for the Vuelta 2019. In addition, four UCI Professional Continental teams will receive a wildcard.
UCI WorldTeams: AG2R La Mondiale, Astana, Bahrain-Merida, Bora-Hansgrohe, CCC, Dimension Data, EF Education First, Groupama-FDJ, Jumbo-Visma, Lotto-Soudal, Mitchelton-Scott, Movistar, Deceuninck-Quick-Step, Katusha-Alpecin, Ineos, Sunweb, Trek-Segafredo, UAE Team Emirates
UCI Professional Continental Teams: Burgos BH, Caja Rural-Seguros RGA, Cofidis, Euskadi Basque Country-Murias
All stages, dates and winners of the Vuelta 2019 at a glance
time of day
|stage||route||Winner (driver / co-driver)
|Saturday, 24.08.2019||18.50 clock||1||Torrevieja - Torrevieja||Miguel Angel Lopez|
|Sunday, 25.08.2019||15.00 clock||2||Benidorm - Calp||Nairo Quintana|
|Monday, 26.08.2019||15.00 clock||3||Ibi - Alicante||Sam Bennett|
|Tuesday, 27.08.2019||15.00 clock||4||Cullera - El Puig||Fabio Jakobsen|
|Wednesday, 28.08.2019||15.00 clock||5||L'Eliana - Javalambre||Angel Madrazo|
|Thursday, 29.08.2019||15.00 clock||6||Mora de Rubielos - Ares del Maestrat||Jesus Herrada|
|Friday, 30.08.2019||15.00 clock||7||Onda - Valderrobres||Alejandro Valverde|
|Saturday, 31.08.2019||15.00 clock||8th||Valls - Igualada||Niklas Arndt|
|15.00 clock||9||Andorra la Vella - Els Cortals d'Encamp||Tadej Pogacar|
|Monday, 02.09.2019||rest day|
|Tuesday, 03.09.2019||15.00 clock||10||Jurançon - Pau||Primož Roglic|
|Wednesday, 04.09.2019||15.00 clock||11||Saint-Palais - Urdazubi / Urdax||Mikel Iturria|
|Thursday, 05.09.2019||15.00 clock||12||Los Arcos - Bilbao||Philippe Gilbert|
|Friday, 06.09.2019||15.00 clock||13||Bilbao - Los Machucos||Tadej Pogacar|
|Saturday, 07.09.2019||15.00 clock||14||San Vicente de la Barquera - Oviedo||Sam Bennett|
|Sunday, 08.09.2019||15.00 clock||15||Tineo - Santuario de Nuestra Senora del Acebo||Sepp kiss|
|Monday, 09.09.2019||15.00 clock||16||Pravia - Alto de la Cubilla||Jakob Fuglsang|
|Tuesday, 10.09.2019||rest day|
|Wednesday, 11.09.2019||15.00 clock||17||Aranda de Duero - Guadalajara||Philippe Gilbert|
|Thursday, 12.09.2019||15.00 clock||18||Colmenar Viejo - Becerril de la Sierra|
|Friday, 13.09.2019||15.00 clock||19||Ávila - Toledo|
|Saturday, 14.09.2019||15.00 clock||20||Arenas de San Pedro - Plataforma de Gredos|
|Sunday, 15.09.2019||15.00 clock||21||Fuenlabrada - Madrid|
Vuelta a España 2019: All results at a glance
+++ 11.09.2019: Gilbert wins second stage victory at the Vuelta - Roglic ahead +++
Cyclist Philippe Gilbert has won the 17th and longest stage of the 74th Tour of Spain. The 37-year-old Belgian broke away from Aranda de Duero to Guadalajara on Wednesday after running 219.6 kilometers in a breakaway group. Gilbert already celebrated his second success at this year's Vuelta ahead of Irish Sam Bennett and Rémi Cavagna from France. Jonas Koch from Schwäbisch Hall finished sixth.
The Slovenian Primoz Roglic successfully defended his red jersey as overall leader in the largely flat, but rather windy part of the day despite some attacks. The former ski jumper is now in the overall standings 2:24 minutes ahead of Nairo Quintana. The Colombian made a big leap as part of the successful breakaway group and ousted his Movistar team-mate Alejandro Valverde. The Spanish world champion is now 2:48 behind third.
On the 18th Vuelta stage on Thursday, the climbers are again asked for Roglic. The peloton has four laps of the first category on the 177.5 kilometers from Colmenar Viejo to Becerril de la Sierra.
+++ 09.09.2019: Roglic expands Vuelta-lead - Fuglsang wins 16th stage +++
Primoz Roglic is getting closer to winning the 74th Tour of Spain. The 29-year-old Slovenian continued to build on his lead on Monday with a 16th place on the 144.4 kilometer 16th stage from Pravia to Alto de La Cubilla. The former ski jumper is now in the overall standings 2:48 minutes ahead of the Spanish world champion Alejandro Valverde. Third place went to Roglics compatriot Tadej Pogacar 3:42 minutes back.
The day's victory at the mountain finish at 1690 meters was celebrated by Jakob Fuglsang. The 34-year-old Dane relies on the last climb from a 14-man breakaway group and won ahead of Tao Geoghegan Hart from England. The Spaniard Luis León Sanchez was third on the graced with a total of three heavy mountains portion.
On Tuesday, the second day of rest will be on the program at the Vuelta. The 17th stage on Wednesday is with 219.6 kilometers, the longest day's section and should be back to the sprinters.
+++ 08.09.2019: American kiss wins 15th Vuelta stage - Roglic defends red +++
The American cyclist Sepp Kuss won the 15th stage of the 74th Vuelta a España. The 24-year-old Jumbo Visma professional was able to assert himself as a soloist on Sunday after 154.4 kilometers from Tineo to the mountaintop to Santuario del Acebo. Portugal's Ruben Guerreiro and Brit Tao Geoghegan Hart finished second and third in the day's standings, 39 seconds behind.
The overall leader's red jersey was able to easily defend Kuss' Slovenian team-mate Primoz Roglic as the day's champion in the stage with four first-class climbs. With a lead of 2:25 minutes, the former ski jumper, whose German team-mate Tony Martin has been doing the tempo work for a long time in front of the Spanish world champion Alejandro Valverde. Third place went to fellow countryman Tadej Pogacar 3:42 minutes behind Roglic.
Also on the 16th stage on Monday, the climbers will again come to the train at the Tour of Spain 2019. After 144.4 kilometers, the section ends on the Alto de la Cubilla at 1688 meters altitude. On Tuesday, the second rest day for the cyclists will be on the program.
+++ 07.09.2019: Bennett sprints to victory at the 14th Vuelta stage - Roglic ahead +++
Professional cyclist Sam Bennet won the 14th stage of the 74th Tour of Spain. The 28-year-old Irishman from the German team Bora-hansgrohe won on Saturday after 188 kilometers from San Vicente de la Barquera to Oviedo in the sprint ahead of Maximiliano Richeze from Argentina and the Belgian Tosh Van der Sande.
About one kilometer before the finish, there was a mass crash, in which several drivers went to the ground. For Bennett it was already the 13th win of the season. The top sprinter had already won the third day of the Vuelta.
In the overall standings, Primoz Roglic continues to lead the way. The 29-year-old Slovenian leads by 2:25 minutes ahead of the Spanish world champion Alejandro Valverde. In third place is Roglic's compatriot Tadej Pogacar, 3:01 behind.
On Sunday at the Vuelta again the favorites for the overall victory are in demand. The 15th stage over 154.4 kilometers from Tineo to the final ascent Santuario del Acebo comes up with a total of four climbs of the first category.
+++ 06.09.2019: Roglic expands Vuelta-leadership - Slovenian double victory on the mountain +++
The Slovenian Primoz Roglic has further expanded his overall lead at the 74th Tour of Spain. The ex-ski jumper reached the heavy mountain finish in Los Machucos on Friday, finishing second to his biggest rival. Roglic left his Slovenian compatriot Tadej Pogacar 166.4 kilometers from Bilbao to Los Machucos the victory of the day on the 13th stage victory. The duo had set off on the 6.8-kilometer final climb with an average of 9.2 percent slope from the favorites group.
Roglic is now 2:25 minutes ahead of the Spanish world champion Alejandro Valverde. In third place came Pogacar (3:01), followed by the two Colombians Miguel Angel Lopez (3:18) and Nairo Quintana (3:33).
On Saturday we drive over 188 kilometers from San Vicente de la Barquera to Oviedo. Then again the sprinters can hope for a mass arrival, only a mountain of the third category is to be mastered.
+++ 05.09.2019: Former world champion Gilbert wins twelfth Vuelta stage - Roglic in red +++
Former World Champion Philippe Gilbert has won the twelfth stage of the 74th Tour of Spain. The Belgian won on Thursday after 171.4 kilometers from Circuito de Navarra to Bilbao single-handedly ahead of the two Spaniards Alexander Aranburu and Fernando Barceló. Gilbert had set himself apart from a breakaway ten kilometers before the finish. The German Nikias Arndt drove 26 seconds back to fifth place.
In the overall ranking there were no changes on the hilly section. The Slovenian Primoz Roglic continues in the red jersey. World Champion Alejandro Valverde (1:52 minutes behind) from Spain and Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez (2:11 minutes) follow in the other places.
On the mountain stage over 166.4 kilometers from Bilbao to Los Machucos the climbing specialists are in demand once again on Friday. In particular, the 6.8-kilometer final climb with an average gradient of 9.2 percent has a lot to offer.
+++ 04.09.2019: Spaniard Iturria wins eleventh Vuelta stage - Roglic stays in red +++
Spanish cyclist Mikel Iturria has won the eleventh stage of the 74th Tour of Spain. On the 180-mile-long kilometers from Saint-Palais to Urdax-Dantxarinea, the 27-year-old prevailed on Wednesday from a breakaway group ahead of his compatriot Jonathan Lastra and the American Lawson Craddock. The peloton with the Vuelta leader Primoz Roglic from Slovenia had the outliers pulled early and came with more than 18 minutes behind the finish.
One day after his victory in the only individual time trial, the former ski jumper Roglic remains in the red jersey. World Champion Alejandro Valverde (1:52 minutes behind) from Spain and Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez (2:11 minutes) follow in the other places. On Thursday it will be hilly on the twelfth stage over 171.4 kilometers to Bilbao.
+++ 03.09.2019: Roglic takes over the red jersey +++ with Vuelta time trial victory
Slovenian professional cyclist Primoz Roglic has taken the lead in the overall standings with an impressive victory in the only individual time trial of the 74th Tour of Spain. Team Jumbo-Visma's 29-year-old defeated Patrick Bevin from New Zealand and Frenchman Rémi Cavagna (27 seconds back) on the tenth stage over 36.2 kilometers from Juracon to Pau on 25 seconds, taking Nairo Quintana the red jersey. The Colombian came in the fight against the clock in the French Basque country with 3:06 minutes behind only to 27th place.
In the overall standings, third-placed Roglic now leads with 1:52 minutes ahead of world champion Alejandro Valverde from Spain. Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez finished third, 2:11 behind.
On Wednesday, the eleventh stage of the Vuelta is followed by a moderate mountain stage: over the 180 kilometers between Saint-Palais and Urdax-Dantxarinea, two climbs of the third and one of the second category are to be mastered.
+++ 01.09.2019: Slovene Pogacar wins Vuelta mountain stage - Arndt "super happy" +++
Professional cyclist Tadej Pogacar won the mountain sprint in Andorra and won the ninth stage of the Vuelta. On the 94.4-kilometer section from Andorra la Vella to Cortals d'Encamp, the 20-year-old Slovene prevailed against the Colombian Nairo Quintana and his compatriot Primoz Roglic.
As expected, Nicolas Edet lost his overall leader's red jersey, now wearing Quintana. In the overall victory, next to Roglic (+ 6 sec), third overall Miguel Angel Lopez, who lost ground on Sunday after a fall, and Spaniard Alejandro Valverde should play a major role.
Nikias Arndt from Team Sunweb had already caused German cheers on Saturday. The 27-year-old won in the rain of Igualada out of an outlier group out the eighth stage and thus provided for the first German stage victory since John Degenkolb on the stage to Madrid in 2015. "That's breathtaking That I've done that, is incredible. I'm so happy, "said Arndt. "This is one of the best days of my career."
+++ 31.08.2019: German Arndt wins eighth Vuelta stage - Edet now in the lead +++
The German Niklas Arndt has surprisingly won the eighth stage of the cycling professionals at the Vuelta. The 27-year-old from Team Sunweb scored on Saturday on the 166.9-kilometer section from Valls to Igualada his success from an escape group at the Tour of Spain. Second and third place went to Alex Aranburu (Spain) and Belgian Tosh Van der Sande.
In the pouring rain Arndt remained cool and prevailed against his rivals only on the home stretch. It's amazing that I've done that, it's unbelievable, I'm so happy, "said Arndt in a first reaction. "This is one of the best days of my career."
The overall lead was surprisingly won by Frenchman Nicolas Edet, who was also in Arndt's group. For the favorites to Colombia Miguel Angel Lopez and the Slovenian ex-ski jumper Primoz Roglic Edet but should pose no danger. On Sunday, the only 94.4-kilometer but extremely difficult stage from Andorra la Vella to Cortals d'Encamp awaits. On Monday is then day of rest.
+++ 30.08.2019: Lopez takes over Vuelta leadership - Valverde wins 7th stage +++
Colombian professional cyclist Miguel Angel Lopez has taken the lead in the overall standings at the 74th Tour of Spain. The 25-year-old from the Astana team was on Friday on the seventh stage a third place to conquer again the red jersey. The day's victory after 183.2 kilometers from Onda up to the mountain arrival in Alto Mas de la Costa celebrated the Spanish world champion Alejandro Valverde before Primoz Roglic from Slovenia.
In the overall standings, Lopez leads with six seconds ahead of Giro third Roglic. 16 seconds back, Valverde follows in third. On Saturday, the Vuelta continues with the only slightly hilly eighth stage over 166.9 kilometers from Valls to Igualada.
+++ 29.08.2019: Herrada wins 6th Vuelta stage - mass crash provides for failures +++
Overshadowed by a massive mass crash, Jesus Herrada has won the sixth stage of the 74th Tour of Spain. The 29-year-old Spaniard won on Thursday after 198.9 kilometers from Mora del Rubielos to Ares del Maestart ahead of fellow rider Dylan Teuns from Belgium, who took over the red shirt of the overall from Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez. The favorites had reached the finish almost six minutes behind.
At the center of the stage was a mass crash a good 80 kilometers from the finish. It also had to give up the Colombian ambitions Rigoberto Uran and the last in the overall ranking leading Irishman Nicolas Roche of the German Sunweb team.
Also the four-time time trial world champion Tony Martin was involved, but could continue the journey. Roche and Uran finished sixth and sixth respectively, more than a minute behind Lopez. Uran's team-mate Hugh Carthy from Great Britain and Victor de la Parte from Spain also had to end the tour in the wake of the mass crash.
On Friday, the Vuelta continues with the seventh stage over 182.4 kilometers from Onda to Mas de la Costa. The climbing specialists will be asked: at the end of the stage, a crisp increase of 3.8 kilometers with an average gradient of ten percent is waiting.
+++ 28.08.2019: Vuelta: Madrazo wins 5th stage - Lopez again in the red jersey +++
Professional cyclist Angel Madrazo has won the fifth stage of the Vuelta a España. The Spaniard prevailed on Wednesday after 170.7 kilometers at the first mountain finish of this year's Tour of Spain ahead of his Dutch Burgos team-mates Jetse Bold and Jose Herrada from Spain.
The three-headed breakaway group had broken from the field early and defended the lead to the finish. In the eleven-kilometer final climb to the Observatory Astrofísico de Javalambre the professionals had to cope with an average gradient of 7.5 percent.
The red jersey of the overall leader took over again Miguel Angel Lopez. The Colombian is now 14 seconds ahead of Slovenia's Primoz Roglic. Third overall is Colombian ex-Vuelta winner Nairo Quintana, 23 seconds behind.
On Thursday ends the six-day section over 198.9 kilometers from Mora de Rubielos to Ares del Maestrat again with a mountain finish.
+++ 27.08.2019: Walscheid sprints at Vuelta in third place - Kruijswijk gives up +++
The German professional cyclist Maximilian Walscheid narrowly missed the victory on the fourth stage of the 74th Tour of Spain. The 26-year-old from Neuwied took third place on Tuesday after 177 kilometers from Cullera to El Puig in the mass sprint. The victory came in the photo finish of the Dutchman Fabio Jakobsen ahead of the Irish vice-winner Sam Bennett from the German Bora-hansgrohe team.
Walscheid's Sunweb teammate Nicolas Roche from Ireland will continue to wear the red jersey of the overall winner. Two seconds back, Colombian ex-Vuelta winner Nairo Quintana follows in second place. For the Tour de France third Steven Kruijswijk, however, the tour is over. Tony Martin's Jumbo Visma team-mate abandoned the race due to knee problems as a result of a fall on the first leg.
On Wednesday, the fifth Vuelta stage will cover 170.7 kilometers from L'Eliana to Arcos de las Salinas. At the final climb to the Observatorio Astrofísico de Javalambre favorites for the overall victory are required.
+++ 26.08.2019: Bora cyclist Bennett wins third Vuelta stage - Roche in red +++
The Irishman Sam Bennett has given the German cycling stable Bora-hansgrohe the first stage victory in the 74th Tour of Spain. The 28-year-old won on the third stage over 188 kilometers from Ciudad del Juguete to Alicante on Monday in a mass sprint ahead of the Belgian Edward Theuns and the Slovenian Luka Mezgec. For Bennett, who is dissatisfied with his role in the Bora team, it was already the twelfth win of the season. The fifth place went to the Cologne Phil Bauhaus.
The red jersey of the overall first continues to bear Bennett's compatriot Nicolas Roche from the German Sunweb team. Two seconds back follows Colombian ex-winner Nairo Quintana.
On Tuesday, the fourth Vuelta stage will cover 177 kilometers from Cullera to El Puig. The only obstacle is just a rise in the third category a good 45 kilometers from the finish, so that the Sprinter could come back to the train.
+++ 25.08.2019: Quintana answers back at Vuelta - Sunweb man Roche in red +++
After his disappointing Tour de France, Touring Specialist Nairo Quintana made an impressive return at the 74th Tour of Spain. The Colombian Vuelta overall winner of 2016 won on Sunday after 199.6 kilometers from Benidorm to Calpe single-handedly ahead of the Irishman Nicolas Roche from the German Sunweb team and the Slovenian ex-ski jumper Primoz Roglic. The red jersey of the overall rank took over Roche, who replaced the Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez at the top. Lopez, who had won the chaotic team time trial the previous day with the Astana team, lost 37 seconds.
At the Vuelta opening, the favored Jumbo Visma team around Roglic and Tony Martin almost crashed in a pool of water on Saturday. A swimming pool in the garden of a higher house had gone broken according to the organizers, whereupon the water poured into the street.
"That was the worst-case scenario, we drove at full speed, there was no chance to stop the crash, we could not react, fortunately everyone was able to drive on," Martin said after his teammates lost 40 seconds to the mishap would have. Time, which the Slovene Roglic almost made up for on Sunday. The third-placed Giro had set with six other outliers, out of this group won Quintana. The Colombian had only eighth in the tour as a co-favorite.
Similar to Jumbo-Visma, the UAE team almost completely fell on Saturday in the curve. And the Belgian Deceuninck crew almost crashed into the jumbo team car when the caregivers were still busy picking up the damaged wheels. But that's not all: Before the start, a team car from Euskadi-Murias crashed into the barriers at too high a speed.
+++ 24.08.2019: Martin team with heavy crash - Astana wins Vuelta kick-off +++
The hopes of professional cyclist Tony Martin and the favored Jumbo Visma team for the inaugural victory in the team time trial at the 74th Tour of Spain have been dashed after a violent crash. Almost the entire team came down on Saturday at the 13.4-kilometer circuit in Torrevieja in a left turn. The Dutch team then lost 40 seconds to the victorious Astana team. Among the fallen was also the Slovenian giro-third Primoz Roglic, who is one of the big favorites for the overall victory.
The first red jersey of the overall title went to Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez, who was the first to cross the finish line in his team. Behind Astana, the Quick Step team finished second, just two seconds behind. The German Sunweb team, which lost just five seconds in third place, also presented a strong performance. Team Bora-hansgrohe returned to fifth place in 14 seconds.
The second stage will be over 199.6 kilometers on Sunday from Benidorm to Calpe.
+++ 23.08.2019: After crash: Giro winner Carapaz threatens to fail for Vuelta +++
Giro d'Italia winner Richard Carapaz threatens to fail for the 74th Tour of Spain starting on Saturday. The cyclist from Ecuador is still suffering from the consequences of a fall injury of one criterion in the Netherlands on Sunday. There Carapaz had a shoulder bruise and abrasions.
The 26-year-old is scheduled as co-captain of the Movistar team alongside Colombian Nairo Quintana. The Vuelta would be like the last big tour that Carapaz contests for the Spanish team. The climbing specialist is facing a move to Ineos' team with Tour de France winner Egan Bernal and four-time champion Chris Froome.
+++ 23.08.2019: Tony Martin back after tour exclusion +++
Exactly one month after his red card at the Tour de France, Tony Martin makes his comeback - and is in demand as a locomotive. When the 74th Tour of Spain in Torrevieja near Alicante starts on Saturday with a team time trial, the four-time world champion in his special discipline will lead the Jumbo Visma team to victory. Because his bike racing stable has called a new era before the Vuelta start. "With the beginning of the Vuelta, we aim for the overall victory in each major round trip," announced the Dutch team boss Richard Plugge full-bodied.
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