Volta a Catalunya 2019

Volta a Catalunya 2019The 99th edition of the Volta a Catalunya starts on Monday 25 March with a mountainous out-and-back race in Calella to finish on Sunday the 31st with a hilly criterium in Barcelona. In battle for GC probably boils down to high altitude finishes on the third and fourth day of action, respectively in Vallter 2000 and La Molina. (Slideshow route/profile)

Read more about the route of the 2019 Volta a Catalunya.

In 2018, Alejandro Valverde won the overall. On the podium, he was flanked by Nairo Quintana and Pierre Latour.

Click on the links in underneath scheme for information on the respective stages.

Volta a Catalunya 2019 stages:

Date Route Km Type Results Winner Leader
1 Mo 25-3 Volta a Catalunya 2019 stage 1 Calella – Calella 164 mountains, flat finale
2 Tu 26-3 Volta a Catalunya 2019 stage 2 Mataró – Sant Feliu de Guíxols 179.6 hills, flat finale
3 We 27-3 Volta a Catalunya 2019 stage 3 Sant Feliu de Guíxols – Vallter 2000 179 mountains
4 Th 28-3 Volta a Catalunya 2019 stage 4 Llanars (Vall de Camprodon) – La Molina 150.3 mountains
5 Fr 29-3 Volta a Catalunya 2019 stage 5 Puigcerdà – Sant Cugat del Vallès 188.3 mountain, flat finale
6 Sa 30-3 Volta a Catalunya 2019 stage 6 Valls – Vila-seca 174.3 hills, flat finale
7 Su 31-3 Volta a Catalunya 2019 stage 7 Barcelona – Barcelona 143.1 hills

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