Vuelta a Andalucia
8000 Watt Kämna Is Back | Vuelta a Andalucia Stage 5
Wout Poels in the last stage of Vuelta a Andalucia, hoping for an easy day. German Lennard Kämna launched an attack on the last climb and no one from the breakaway could follow him.
What was Lutsenko Thinking? | Vuelta a Andalucia Stage 4
Chaos erupted in the last 20 kilometres, with Wout Poels going solo with Alexey Lutsenko, surprisingly winning the two up sprint after Lutsenko made some decisions that will surely upset his Astana teammate Miguel Angel Lopez.
An American Star Is Born | Vuelta a Andalucia Stage 3
An unexpected day in Andalucia. American talent Magnus Sheffield had a chance to go for his own results after his INEOS teammates Carlos Rodriguez and Jhonatan Narvaez crashed in a hectic final 3 kilometres.
Rising Italian Star | Vuelta a Andalucia Stage 2
Young Italian Alessandro Covi attacked early once again on the finish climb in Vuelta a Andalucia stage 2, taking his second professional victory of the young season.
Why did no one Pace? | Vuelta a Andalucia Stage 1
The big teams in the peloton did not seem to care about the 8-man group for almost the entirety of the stage, granting them a monstrous lead of at least 7 minutes minutes that opened an opportunity for a win for the pro-conti teams represented in the breakaway. The fastest from the break was 23-year-old Belgian talent Rune Herregodts, who won his second consecutive race after ending the 2021 season with a win at Ronde van Drenthe.
Ethan Hayter Shows Off His Punch
Ethan Hayter showed in Vuelta a Andalucía Stages 1 & 2 both his physical potential and positioning issues that reoccurred throughout 2021