Vuelta 2018: Results

Vuelta 2018: Results: The RouteThe 2018 Vuelta a España starts on Saturday, the 25th of August, to finish on Sunday, the 16th of September. The 73th edition of the Spanish Grand Tour features more than three weeks of racing and 21 stages. Day in day out you’ll find race results, stage reports and videos on Cyclingstage.com. Chris Froome is title holder. (Slideshow route/profile)

Once the Vuelta is underway you’ll find race results and reports in underneath scheme.

Vuelta a España 2018: Results per stage

Nr Date Start and finish Type Report/ Results Winner Red jersey
1 Sa 25-8 Málaga – Málaga ITT
2 Su 26-8 Marbella – Caminito del Rey finish uphill
3 Mo 27-8 Mijas – Alhaurín de la Torre hills flat finish
4 Tu 28-8 Vélez-Málaga – Sierra de la Alfaguara mountain finish
5 We 29-8 Granada – Roquetas de Mar hills, flat finish
6 Th 30-8 Huércal-Overa – Mar Menor (San Javier) vlak
7 Fr 31-8 Puerto Lumbreras – Pozo Alcón hills
8 Th 1-9 Linares – Almadén flat
9 Su 2-9 Talavera Reina – La Covatilla mountain finish
Mo 3-9 Rest day
10 Tu 4-9 Salamanca – Bermillo de Sayago flat
11 We 5-9 Mombuey – Luinta (Ribeira Sacra) hills
12 Th 6-9 Mondoñedo – Faro de Estaca de Bares flat
13 Fr 7-9 Candás – La Camperona mountain finish
14 Sa 8-9 Cangas Onís – Les Praeres mountain finish
15 Su 9-9 Cistierna – Lagos de Covadonga mountain finish
Mo 10-9 Rest day
16 Tu 11-9 Santillana del Mar – Torrelavega ITT
17 We 12-9 Getxo – Balcón de Bizkaia mountain finish
18 Th 13-9 Ejea de los Caballeros – Lleida flat
19 Fr 14-9 Lleida – Col de la Rabassa (and) mountain finish
20 Sa 15-9 Escaldes-Engordany (and) – Collada de La Gallina (and) mountains
21 Su 16-9 Alcorcón – Madrid flat

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