The Spaniards cling to the Pyrenees to clear up doubts in the Tour

Ehe passed by Massif Central has filled the path of the main Spanish cyclists in this Tour de France with doubts. The struggle between Pogacar and Vingegaard have generated a breakdown in the bulk of the contenders for the general classification and that is where the Spanish contenders have become involved, seeing how their podium aspirations are becoming more complicated. The passage through Pyrenees This weekend seems key for their aspirations.

Vingegaard and Pogacar, in the final sprint of the stage

In yesterday’s day Mikel Landa and Carlos Rodríguez They were the first Spaniards to cross the finish line. Vingegaard marks third place at 1:14 from Pogacar. The leader of Ineoswho is the only one that maintains his initial objective, is ranked sixth, 4 40 behind the leader and is followed by the Basque from Soudal at 5:38.

Juan Ayuso did not have the day. The one from Jávea left four minutes and loses four places in the general classification to be ninth, 7:09 behind his teammate Pogacar.

Romo, the best Movistar

Movistar continues in the fight for the stages with a Lazkano very feisty, but he can’t finish. The highest ranked of the telephone squad is a surprising Javier Romo which yesterday rose seven places and is 18th. Enrique Mas still very far from the top ten. He is 17:26 and occupies twentieth place overall after finishing 10:45 behind Vingegaard yesterday.


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