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Feb 21
Thursday
Vuelta a Andalucia - Stage 2
This year’s Vuelta a Andalucia continues with the longest stage of this year’s race, running more than 200km between Sevilla and Torredonjimeno. This route is almost entirely flat, meaning a bunch sprint for the win is likely.
Vuelta a Andalucia - Stage 2
This year’s Vuelta a Andalucia continues with the longest stage of this year’s race, running more than 200km between Sevilla and Torredonjimeno. This route is almost entirely flat, meaning a bunch sprint for the win is likely.
Feb 22
Friday
Vuelta a Andalucia - Stage 3
This year’s Vuelta a Andalucia reaches the halfway point with stage three - a 166.1km route from Mancha Real to Herrera. On what is a mostly flat route, expect a sprint finish, like the one which saw Sacha Modolo come out on top last year.
Vuelta a Andalucia - Stage 3
This year’s Vuelta a Andalucia reaches the halfway point with stage three - a 166.1km route from Mancha Real to Herrera. On what is a mostly flat route, expect a sprint finish, like the one which saw Sacha Modolo come out on top last year.
Feb 23
Saturday
Vuelta a Andalucia - Stage 4
This year’s Vuelta a Andalucia reaches its penultimate stage with a 120km route through Granada, made up of two climbs. The short distance should make for an exciting day’s racing, which saw Tim Wellens gain the overall race lead last year.
Vuelta a Andalucia - Stage 4
This year’s Vuelta a Andalucia reaches its penultimate stage with a 120km route through Granada, made up of two climbs. The short distance should make for an exciting day’s racing, which saw Tim Wellens gain the overall race lead last year.
Feb 24
Sunday
Vuelta a Andalucia - Stage 5
The 2019 Vuelta a Andalucia reaches the final stage with an individual time trial taking place between Otura and Alhaurin de la Torre. It was a memorable race last year, which saw Tim Wellens secure overall victory with an eight-second lead.
Vuelta a Andalucia - Stage 5
The 2019 Vuelta a Andalucia reaches the final stage with an individual time trial taking place between Otura and Alhaurin de la Torre. It was a memorable race last year, which saw Tim Wellens secure overall victory with an eight-second lead.