Vuelta 2022: Vine new King of the Mountain

wwth six classified mountains, the 8th stage at La Vuelta is a treat for climbers. Jay Vine accepts the invitation and moves into the polkat dot jersey. (Slideshow route/profile)

KOM classification stage 8

1. Jay Vine 40
4. Marc Soler 16
3. Thibaut Pinot 12
2. Rubén Fernández 11
5. Mark Padun 10
6. Jesús Herrada 10
7. Remco Evenepoel 7
8. Fred Wright 6
9. Roger Adria 6
10. Lawson Craddock 5

Alto de la Colladona
– 6.4 kilometres at 7%
– at kilometre 9.8
– category 2

1. Jay Vine 5
2. Marc Soler 3
3. Thibaut Pinot 1

Alto de Mozqueta
– 6.8 kilometres at 6.6%
– at kilometre 48.8
– category

1. Jay Vine 5
2. Thibaut Pinot 3
3. Marc Soler 1

Alto de Santo Emiliano
– 5.7 kilometres at 5.3%
– at kilometre 66.5
– category 3

1. Jay Vine 3
2. Thibaut Pinot 2
3. Rein Taaramäe 1

Puerto de Tenebredo
– 5.3 kilometres at 6.2%
– at kilometre 98.1
– category 3

1. Jay Vine 3
2. Thibaut Pinot 2
3. Alexey Lutsenko 1

Perlavia
– 4 kilometres at 7.7%
– at kilometre 113.8
– category 3

1. Jay Vine 3
2. Thibaut Pinot 2
3. Marc Soler 1

Collado Fancuaya
– 10.1 kilometres at 8.5%
– finish
– category 1

1. Jay Vine 10
2. Marc Soler 6
3. Rein Taaramäe 4
4. Thibaut Pinot 2
5. Remco Evenepoel 1

Another interesting read: points classification stage 8.

Vuelta a España 2022 stage 8: profiles

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