Next Episode of La Vuelta A Espana Highlights is
Highlights of the La Vuelta A Espana cycling competition.
Action from the opening stage as riders completed an 8km time trial around Malaga.
Action from the 163.5km second stage from Marbella to Caminito del Rey, a generally flat ride with an uphill finish.
The best of the action from the 178.2km third stage as the riders travel from Mijas to Alhaurin de la Torre.
Best bits from the 161.4km fourth stage as the riders travelled from Velez-Malaga to Alfacar.
Action from the 188.7km fifth stage in which the pack travelled from Granada to Roquetas de Mar. Gary Imlach presents.
Action from the 155.7km sixth stage from Huercal-Overa to San Javier Mar Menor on a day that should suit sprinters.
Action from the 185.7km seventh stage from Puerto Lumbreras to Pozo Alcon - a lumpy but generally flat stage.
Best bits from Stage eight, 195.1km from Linares to Almaden. There could be chance for a breakaway in this flat but long stage. Gary Imlach presents, with commentary from Ned Boulting and David Millar.
Action from the ninth stage of the race - 220.8km from Talavera de la Reina to La Covatilla.
All of the best bits from Stage 10, as riders travel 177km from Salamanca to Fermoselle following a rest day.
Stage 11, from Mombuey to Ribeira Sacra Luintra, is the longest this year, as riders travel 207.8km on a winding, lumpy route.
Stage 12 from Mondonedo to Faro de Estaca de Bares, Manon in a portion of the race that could favour sprinters.
Action from Stage 13, from Candas to Valle de Sabero, La Camperona, which features a mountain top finish.
Action from Stage 14 of the race in Spain on a second day in Asturias, featuring a difficult climbing finish.
Action from Stage 15 of the race in Spain as riders travel 178.2km from Ribera de Arriba to Lagos de Covadonga.
Action from Stage 16's individual time trial - 32km from Santillana del Mar to Torrelavega.
Action from Stage 17 of the race as riders travel 157km from Getxo to Balcon de Bizkaia with a steep uphill finish.
Action from Stage 18 in Spain, 186.1km from Ejea de los Caballeros to Lleida on a flat day that could suit sprinters.
Action from Stage 19 of the race, which sees riders travel 154.4km from Lleida to Andorra.
Action from Stage 20 - 97.3km from Andorra to Coll de la Gallina - Santuario de Canolich.
A showpiece finish on the streets of Madrid for the final stage of the Vuelta.
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