Ruta del Sol 2023

Top 5 Ruta del Sol 2023 1. Tadej Pogacar 2. Mikel Landa + 1.23 3. Santiago Buitrago + 1.28 4. Carlos Rodriguez + 1.44 5. Enric Mas + 2.03

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2023 Ruta del Sol Vuelta a Andalusia route confirmed

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  • Published on December 20, 2022
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The route for the 69th edition of the Ruta del Sol Cycling Tour of Andalusia will take place from February 15 to 19, 2023. The 2023 edition of the Ruta del Sol Vuelta Ciclista a Andalucía already has a route mapped. The race, which will take place between February 15-19 2023, will have five stages that will cover the provinces of Jaén, Granada, Córdoba, Seville, Cádiz and Málaga.

The Andalusian race will begin on Wednesday, February 15, in the Jaén town of Puente de Génave, right at the gate of the Sierra de Segura Natural Park. Puente de Génave is a smaller town with 2,100 inhabitants who will be the start of this edition, featuring the best of the international cycling peloton. It will be a tough day to start the race. It’s the second longest, at 179 kilometres, a cumulative elevation of 5162 meters at an average percentage of 3% and a maximum of 26%. Potentially quite a challenging stage for the riders.

Two 3rd category climbs will be ascended, Collado de los Yesos and Onsares, before facing the triplet of ascents to the 1st category passes of Navalperal, Garganta de Hornos and Despiernacaballos. The latter just 8 kilometres from the finish line, located in the town of Santiago de la Espada. It will see the winner of the stage put on the first leader’s jersey of the Ruta del Sol this year on a very demanding day and undoubtedly open to a tough battle.

The next day, Thursday February 16, the town of Diezma in the Granada region of Guadix will be the beautiful starting point for the second stage of this race. A somewhat less hard day in this tour, but with the always demanding end on the Fortaleza de la Mota in the Jaen town of Alcalá la Real. There are 156 kilometres that the stage through winding roads, conducive to a long breakaway in which they will try to surprise the peloton before tackling the pavé and the tough finish. Two second-category climbs are included, Los Rosales and Puerto de la Hoya de Charilla, and one third-category, Zegri. It will be the ascent, after passing through the town of Alcalá la Real, to the Fortaleza de la Mota that decides the winner of the stage. An arrival for specialists in steep finsihes with the addition of the traditional cobbles of the spectacular Fortress.

The third stage of the Vuelta a Andalucía 2023, on February 17, will leave the Seville town of Alcalá de Guadaira. A transition stage in the middle of the Vuelta, with a 161 kilometre route, flat at the beginning, it then has two third-category mountain climbs, Medina Sidonia and Alcalá de los Gazules itself. A spectacular arrival at the top of the town in Cádiz, which was already the scene of two triumphs for Tim Wellens (BEL) in the 2017 and 2020 editions, so it is presumed to be a day for specialists in short and explosive climbs.

The fourth stage will begin in the Cadiz town of Olvera, in the Sierra de Cádiz. A town that was already part of the Andalusian tour in 2005 and that will see the efforts of the route leave again on February 18 on the way to Iznájar in Córdoba. A stage that will cover up to four provinces of Andalusia. The arrival in the town of Iznájar is already a tradition, however a renewed finish is on the hill, perfect for runners with high final power that could make some differences in the general classification. The Algámitas, Cerro de San Cristóbal and Fuentes de Cesna are third-category climbs as well as Jaramillo which is a second-category climb. They will mark a day of tight control by the teams that have runners with a good finish on hard and short ramps. Iznájar has been a stage finish town twice recently, the first stage of the last edition in which the young Belgian Rune Herregodts (BEL) was placed as the leader and in 2020 in which the Spanish Gonzalo Serrano won in a sprint whilst riding for Caja Rural Seguros RGA.

The final stage of the Vuelta Andalusia this year will be between the Granada town of Otura and the Malaga town of Alhaurín de la Torre. A tough day of 184 kilometres, the longest stage of this edition, which will serve as the final battle with the previously unused ascent to Puerto del Sol, a first-category climb of 17 kilometres. The hard ramps, and hairpin turns are conducive to breaking the main group, control and raise a battle between the leaders of the race that will dispute the final victory at the arrival of Alhaurín de la Torre. The peloton will also ascend the Cerrajón, Navazo and Los Núñez are third-category climbs, located in the town of Almogía.

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- The 2024 Vuelta Ciclista Andalucía Women is being held May 29-June 1. There is no indication that this race will be broadcast live. The official website is here .

- 2024 Vuelta Ciclista Andalucía Women stage details/times:

Stage 1 - Wednesday, May 29 Start at 12:00 CET, 6:00am ET Finish at 15:11 CET, 9:11am ET

Stage 2 - Thursday, May 30 Start at 11:25 CET, 5:25am ET Finish at 15:10 CET, 9:10am ET

Stage 3 - Friday, May 31 Start at 13:15 CET, 7:15am ET Finish at 15:30 CET, 9:30am ET

Stage 4 - Saturday, June 1 Start at 12:10 CET, 6:10am ET Finish at 15:01 CET, 9:01am ET

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- Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) won the 2023 Vuelta a Andalucia.

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Stage 1 - Wednesday, February 14 Start at 11:10 CET, 5:10am ET Finish at 15:34 CET, 9:34am ET

Stage 2 - Thursday, February 15 Start at 11:25 CET, 5:25am ET Finish at 15:29 CET, 9:29am ET

Stage 3 - Friday, February 16 Start at 11:00 CET, 5:00am ET Finish at 15:05 CET, 9:05am ET

Stage 4 - Saturday, February 17 Start at 11:05 CET, 5:05am ET Finish at 15:14 CET, 9:14am ET

Stage 5 - Sunday, February 18 Start at 10:55 CET, 4:55am ET Finish at 15:13 CET, 9:13am ET

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- Jack Haig (Mitchelton-Scott) following his Stage 4 victory: "Taking the win against Fuglsang and Landa is quite important to me, they are the sort of riders I want to try and become, true Grand Tour contenders. So to be up there with them today was a really nice feeling and a reassuring feeling knowing I am heading in the right direction.  fter yesterday’s disappointment and being consistently up there in Valencia and after the first stages, to get the win was really really nice."

- Results: Stage Results here .

- Race leader Jakob Fuglsang (Astana Pro Team) won Stage 3.

- Gonzalo Serrano (Caja Rural–Seguros RGA) won Stage 2.  Jakob Fuglsang (Astana Pro Team) remains overall leader.

- Dylan Teuns (Team Bahrain-McLaren) following Stage 2, where he finished third: "I’m third again! the team did a really good job but climbing in the last km I made a mistake not to follow Sonny Colbrelli. The good news is that I still have good legs, and the condition is good. I’ll try to win a stage."

- Gorazd Štangelj (Sport director, Team Bahrain-McLaren): "Even today we had a good race and kept the break under control. Mark Padun did a great job to get the attackers back. We have found a stronger rider than us, but this is how we work, and sooner or later we will find victory. Tomorrow the stage will be tough mainly because there are some initial climbs and it is very likely that there will be attacks, we will have to keep our eyes wide open."

- Jakob Fuglsang (Astana Pro Team) won Stage 1 and is first leader in the general classification.

- Team Bahrain-McLaren roster for the 2020 Ruta del Sol:

Mikel Landa Pello Bilbao Damiano Caruso Sonny Colbrelli Ivan Cortina Matej Mohoric Dylan Teuns

- Gorazd Štangelj (Team Bahrain-McLaren directeur sportif): "Compared to the Volta Valenciana there is no a real uphill finish, but some stages end downhill and therefore those who are left behind climbing can recover. I think the final ITT will have a lot of twist and turns will decide the GC. We have a very competitive team with the leader Landa, but also Bilbao and Teuns who have shown that they are doing well. Then there are Mohoric and Caruso and two fast wheels like Cortina and Colbrelli."

- 2020 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta del Sol stage schedule/times:

Stage 1 - Wednesday, February 19 Start at 12:00 CET, 6:00am ET   Finish at 16:20 CET, 10:20am ET

Stage 2 - Thursday, February 20 Start at 11:00 CET, 5:00am ET Finish at 16:12 CET, 10:12am ET

Stage 3 - Friday, February 21 Start at 13:15 CET, 7:15am ET   Finish at 16:22 CET, 10:22am ET

Stage 4 - Saturday, February 22 Start at 13:15 CET, 7:15am ET   Finish at 16:22 CET, 10:22am ET

Stage 5 ITT - Sunday, February 23 Start at 13:30 CET, 7:30am ET Finish at 15:37 CET, 9:37am ET

- Total-Direct Energie team roster for the 2020 Ruta del Sol:

Jérome COUSIN Damien GAUDIN Adrien PETIT Romain SICARD Julien SIMON Niki TERPSTRA Dries VAN GESTEL Directeurs Sportifs: Benoit GENAUZEAU, Lylian LEBRETON

- Jakob Fuglsang (Astana Pro Team) won the 2019 Vuelta a Andalucia.

- The 2020 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta Ciclista del Sol is being held February 19-23.

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2019 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta del Sol Stage 5 Profile

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- News: Simon Yates gets off to spectacular start with Ruta del Sol stage win . (Cyclingnews) - Briton claims first victory since Vuelta a España last year.

- Results: Simon Yates wins stage 4 . (Cyclingnews) - Fuglsang takes overall lead ahead of final day.

- Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) won Stage 4.  Jakob Fuglsang (Astana Pro Team) took over the lead in the general classification.

- News: Wellens nets first time trial victory of pro career in Ruta del Sol . (Cyclingnews) - Lotto-Soudal racer upbeat ahead of crunch mountain stage in Sierra Nevada.

- Results: Wellens wins individual time trial . (Cyclingnews) - Belgian extends race lead with spectacular performance.

- Race leader Tim Wellens (Lotto-Soudal) won the Stage 3 ITT.

- Stage 2 Top 20 Finishers:

- Results: Trentin wins stage 2 . (Cyclingnews) - European champion tops Van Poppel in bunch sprint.

- Matteo Trentin (Mitchelton-Scott) won Stage 2.  Tim Wellens (Lotto-Soudal) remains overall leader.

- Stage 1 Top 20 Finishers:

- Results: Tim Wellens wins stage 1 . (Cyclingnews) - Repeat win on the Citadel for Belgian.

- Tim Wellens (Lotto-Soudal) won Stage 1 and is first leader in the general classification.

- Preview: 2019 Ruta del Sol favours the climbers - Preview . (Cyclingnews) - Yates brothers, Astana top favourites in five-day Spanish stage race.

- News: Simon Yates to kick off season at Ruta del Sol . (Cyclingnews) - Vuelta a Espana champion joined by Esteban Chaves, Adam Yates and Jack Haig.

- Rik Verbrugghe, Sports director, Team Bahrain-Merida: "Our leaders at Ruta del Sol will be Dylan Teuns and Matej Mohorič. Most important goal of the team will be to try to win at least a stage with all the riders of our team. I believe that every one of our team riders is capable for that."

- 2019 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta del Sol stage schedule/times:

Stage 1 - Wednesday, February 20 Start at 12:15 CET, 6:15am ET  Finish at 16:30 CET, 10:30am ET

Stage 2 - Thursday, February 21 Start at 10:50 CET, 4:50am ET Finish at 16:31 CET, 10:31am ET

Stage 3 ITT - Friday, February 22 Start at 13:30 CET, 7:30am ET  Finish at 16:23 CET, 10:23am ET

Stage 4 - Saturday, February 23 Start at 13:30 CET, 7:30am ET  Finish at 16:29 CET, 10:29am ET

Stage 5 - Sunday, February 24 Start at 11:50 CET, 5:50am ET  Finish at 15:55 CET, 9:55am ET

- Tim Wellens (Lotto-Soudal) won the 2018 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta del Sol and is back to defend.

- The 2019 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta Ciclista del Sol is being held February 20-24.

2019 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta del Sol Stage 4 Profile

2019 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta del Sol Stage 3 Profile

2019 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta del Sol Stage 2 Profile

2019 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta del Sol Stage 1 Profile

- The 2018 Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta Ciclista del Sol is being held February 14-18.

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Lucena (ESP) -> Lucena (Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Araceli) (ESP)

17-02-2024 • 100.0 kms

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Benahavís (ESP) -> La Línea de la Concepción (ESP)

18-02-2024 • 168.5 kms

Decathlon AG2R La Mondiale Team

Astana qazaqstan team, bahrain - victorious, lotto dstny, movistar team, jayco alula, caja rural - seguros rga, q36.5 pro cycling team, flanders - baloise, alpecin - deceuninck, euskaltel - euskadi, polti - kometa, kern pharma, when it began to dispute this race.

The first time was in the year 1925 and this edition is number 70

How many kilometers are covered? And stages?

kms are covered in a total of 5 stage/s

What day begins? How long does it last?

It starts on 14-02-2024 in Almuñecar and ends on 18-02-2024 in La Línea de la Concepción

How many teams and cyclists participate?

A total of 103 cyclists and 15 teams . Click on this link to see more

What UCI category does this race have?

UCI Pro Series (Various stages) 2.Pro

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  • 21 RODRÍGUEZ Carlos
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2023 VUELTA A ANDALUCIA STAGE 4 RESULTS

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Tadej Pogacar won yet another stage of the Vuelta a Andalucia on Saturday to maintain his overall lead in his season-opening Tour. At just 24-years-old this was Pogacar’s 50th career win and the UAE Team Emirates rider had to survive the crash of key lieutenant Rafal Majka to do so.

“Everybody tried to attack us from the start. It was hard to control,” Pogacar said of the competitive field of World Tour riders on the roster.

“We’re getting tired because everybody tries to attack us. From the start, they tried to put us in a weak spot,” he added.

The two-time Tour de France champion from also won a one day classic in southern Spain ahead of the Tour of Andalucia on top of the three wins from four stages on this mini-tour. Pogacar now leads Spaniard Mikel Landa by 1:14 in the overall standings with one stage remaining. Landa’s Bahrain Victorious team-mate Santiago Buitrago is third.

Some 8 miles from home, Pogacar and Enric Mas dropped the peloton as they went after Ineos escapee Pavel Sivakov, who they caught and overtook. In the home straight Pogacar and Movistar’s Mas went head-to-head with the Slovenian showing superior stamina. Sunday’s fifth and final stage features a category one climb midway through but ends with a 15 mile flat run.

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Aditi Ashok Paris Olympics 2024, Golf: Know Your Olympian

Curated By : Siddarth Sriram

Last Updated: July 19, 2024, 18:00 IST

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Indian golf star Aditi Ashok (PTI Photo)

Indian golf star Aditi Ashok (PTI Photo)

Aditi Ashok Profile, Golf Paris Olympics 2024: All you need to about the Olympian

Even though she is still in her 20s, Aditi Ashok continues to break new ground for golf in India and spearhead the sport as she enters her third Olympics.

While still 18, Aditi represented her country on golf’s return to the Olympic Games in Rio 2016. She was the youngest golfer – man or woman – in Rio and even held the lead briefly during the second round before finishing 41st behind gold medallist Inbee Park.

Aditi also narrowly missed out on becoming the first Indian golfer to win an Olympic medal after finishing fourth at Tokyo 2020. But, the Bangalore-born golfer has already scripted history, becoming India’s first representative on the LPGA Tour after making the switch in 2017.

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Two years later, however, Aditi Ashok made it to the podium at a major multi-sport event after winning a silver medal at the 2023 Asian Games in Hangzhou. It also made her the first Indian woman golfer to win an Asian Games medal.

She will now embark on her hunt for Olympic glory alongside Indian compatriot Diksha Dagar in Paris.

Sports/Discipline – Golf

World Ranking – 60 (Olympic Golf Ranking: 24)

First Olympic Games – Rio 2016

Major Achievements

  • Youngest female golfer to win a Ladies European Tour (LET) title (clinched Hero Women’s Indian Cup in 2016)
  • 2016 Rookie of the Year on LET
  • 2016 Winner on LET Qatar Ladies Open
  • First Indian LGPA player
  • First Indian female golfer to enter top 50 in world rankings
  • Fourth-placed finish at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
  • Arjun Award recipient in 2020
  • Silver at the 2023 Asian Games in Hangzhou

Paris Olympics Qualification

Aditi capped off her 2023 season by winning the Andalucia Open in Spain in November. It was the fifth LET crown for the two-time Olympian and her second of the season, having clinched the season-opening Kenya Ladies Open earlier in the year.

Despite her rocky 2024 season, Aditi, the highest-ranked female player from India, made the cut by acquiring an OGR (Olympic Golf Ranking) of 24, while her Indian compatriot Diksha also sealed her spot by clinching an OGR of 40.

Recent Performances

Aditi played the LPGA Tour for the past 6 years and had her best year ever in 2023, finishing 37th with earnings of US$ 784,990.

The 26-year-old Aditi has not had the best start to the 2024 LPGA season. Her best finish this year so far has been a 21st place at the Women’s World Championships in February. She missed the cut at the Mizuho Americas Open but made the cut at the US Women’s Open.

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The women’s golf events at the Paris 2024 Olympics will be played at the Le Golf National from August 7 to 10.

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2024 LIV Golf Andalucia Final Payouts, Prize Money, Winnings: Sergio Garcia Wins $4 Million

Jeff ritter | jul 14, 2024.

Sergio Garcia, pictured at last month's U.S. Open, won for the first time in LIV Golf at its event in Andalucia, Spain.

LIV Golf returned to action this week at venerable Valderrama Golf Club in Spain for the event they call LIV Golf Andalucia. It's the tour's final tuneup before the British Open and offered the league's usual $25 million purse, with $4 million to the individual champion and $5 million carved out for the team event.

The league's Spanish players were especially looking forward to the tournament and one took home the trophy: Sergio Garcia of Fireballs GC. It was his first win in the Saudi-backed league and came on the second playoff hole over Anirban Lahiri, who had a chance to win in regulation but had a stunning miss from 2 feet for par and the win at his 54th hole.

. @anirbangolf misses this winning putt on No. 18... This sends us to a double playoff for the individual and team titles 👀 #LIVGolf @Crushers_GC pic.twitter.com/gCY70JX3Nn — LIV Golf (@livgolf_league) July 14, 2024

In the team competition, Fireballs GC defeated Bryson DeChambeau's Crushers GC on the first playoff hole for the win. Abraham Ancer and David Puig won for the Fireballs, as Garcia was competing simultaneously in the individual playoff.

Here are the final payouts for the 2024 LIV Golf Andalucia event.

2024 LIV Golf Andalucia Final Payouts

WIN: Sergio Garcia, playoff: $4,000,000

2. Anirban Lahiri, playoff runner-up $2,250,000

3. Tyrrell Hatton, 4 under: $1,500,000

T4. Patrick Reed, Louis Oosthuizen; 3 under: $900,000

T6. Cam Smith, Joaquin Niemann, Danny Lee; 2 under: $608,333

9. Bryson DeChambeau, 1 under: $442,500

T10. Jon Rahm, Marc Leishman; Even: $392,500

T12. Lee Westwood, Eugenio Chacarra; 1 over: $350,000

T14. Carlos Ortiz, Richard Bland, Martin Kaymer; 2 over: $301,667

T17. Matthew Wolff, Dean Burmester, Paul Casey, Dustin Johnson, Charl Schwartzel, Scott Vincent; 3 over: $245,000

T23. Sam Horsfield, John Catlin, Sebastian Munoz; 4 over: $201,667

26. Abraham Ancer, 5 over: $190,000

T27. Kalle Samooja, Brooks Koepka, David Puig, Cameron Tringale, Brendan Steele, Henrik Stenson, Phil Mickelson, Pat Perez; 6 over: $167,500

T35. Lucas Herbert, Mito Pereira, Jason Kokrak; 7 over: $145,000

T38. Peter Uihlein, Branden Grace; 8 over: $138,750

T40. Jinichiro Kozuma, Kevin Na; 9 over: $133,750

T42. Graeme McDowell, Adrian Meronk, Andy Ogletree; 10 over: $128,333

T45. Talor Gooch, Matt Jones; 12 over: $125,000

T47. Bubba Watson, Ian Poulter; 13 over: $121,250

T49. Caleb Surratt, Anthony Kim; 14 over: $60,000

T51. Kieran Vincent, Harold Varner III; 16 over: $55,000

53. Thomas Pieters, 17 over: $50,000

54. Hudson Swafford, 18 over: $50,000

2024 LIV Golf Andalucia Team Event Prize Money:

WIN: Fireballs GC (Sergio Garcia, David Puig, Abraham Ancer, Eugenio Chacarra), playoff: $3 million

2. Crushers GC (Bryson DeChambeau, Anirban Lahiri, Paul Casey, John Catlin), playoff runner-up: $1.5 million

3. Stinger GC (Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel, Branden Grace, Dean Burmester), Even: $500,000

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Jeff Ritter is the Managing Director of SI Golf. He spent more than a decade at Sports Illustrated and Golf Magazine, and in 2020 joined Morning Read to help spark its growth and eventual acquisition by Sports Illustrated in 2022. He's a member of the Golf Writers' Association of America (GWAA) and has covered more than 25 major championships. He helped launch SI Golf Plus Digital, Golf Magazine’s first original, weekly e-magazine, and served as its top editor. He also launched Golf's “Films” division, the magazine’s first long-form video storytelling franchise, and his debut documentary received an Edward R. Murrow Award for sports reporting. His writing has earned first-place awards from the Society of American Travel Writers, the MIN Magazine Awards, and the Golf Writers Association of America, among others. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a master’s from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. A native Michigander, he remains a diehard Wolverine fan and will defend Jim Harbaugh until the bitter end.

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Tour de France standings, results: Jonas Vingegaard posts emotional Stage 11 win

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On the longest stage of this year's Tour de France , defending champion Jonas Vingegaard held off race leader Tadej Pogacar on Wednesday to win the 11th stage.

Recovering from a collapsed lung and fractured rib earlier this year, which kept him from riding for three months leading up to the Tour, Vingegaard caught and passed Pogacar with 30 kilometers to go to claim the stage.

"It's of course very emotional for me," Vingegaard said. "Coming back from the crash, it means a lot and all the things I went through in the last three months it makes you think of that and I would never have been able to do this without my family."

Two-time champion Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) extended his overall lead to one minute six seconds over Remco Evenepoel, who finished third, with Vingegaard eight seconds further back in the general classification.

Here's a full look at the  2024 Tour de France  standings after 11 days of competition:

Tour de France Stage 11 results

TOUR DE FRANCE:   Recap, results and standings after Stage 10

Tour de France general classification standings after Stage 11

Tour de france jersey standings after stage 11.

  • Yellow ( general classification ) : Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates)
  • Green ( points classification ):  Biniam Girmay (Intermarché - Wanty)
  • Polka dot ( mountains classification ):  Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates)
  • White  (young rider classification ):  Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep)
  • Yellow numbers ( teams classification) :  UAE Team Emirates
  • Golden numbers ( combativity award ):  Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates)

Tour de France Stage 12: How to watch, schedule, distance

Date : Thursday, July 11, 2024

Location : Aurillac to Villeneuve-sur-Lot (France)

Distance : 126.5 miles (203.6 km)

Type : Flat

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Vuelta a Andalucia stage 3 live - Tim Wellens makes it three from three for UAE

Belgian rode away from the breakaway in the final kilometre

The profile of stage 3 of the Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista Del Sol

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- The Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista Del Sol is a one of the key early-season stage races. It has often favoured the sprinters but this year has a hillier profile

- Stage 3 of the Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista Del Sol is over 161 km from Alcalá de Guadaira near Seville to Alcalá de los Gazules

- Tadej Pogacar leads Santiago Buitrago by 48 seconds, with Mikel Landa third at 52 seconds - Tim Wellens timed his attack on the final climb to take stage 3 of the race. He was in the initial breakaway of 22 riders, 17 of which fought it out on the final climb to Alcalá de los Gazules. - Heavy winds affected the bunch throughout the day but UAE Team Emirates marshalled the peloton effectively to keep Pogačar out of trouble. -Fears of winds up to 75km/h forced race organisers to remove the final climb and place the finish line 550m earlier than scheduled. 

100km to go

115km to go, 135km to go, 150km to go.

Hola and welcome to our live coverage of stage 3 of the Vuelta a Andalucía Ruta del Sol!

We begin our live coverage as the riders sign-on and line-up in Alcalá de Guadaira near Seville.

Today’s 161km route from Alcalá de Guadaira to Alcalá de los Gazules is the easiest of the race on paper but with the chance of high winds affecting the peloton on the road south from Seville, they will have to be attentive at all times.

If the riders navigate the possible crosswinds safely then all eyes will be on the finish into Alcalá de los Gazules. With sections peaking over 15% the best puncheurs will arrive to the line first.

Here's Tadej Pogačar in the leader's yellow jersey, he is the heavy favourite for the day after winning the first two stages in emphatic fashion.

🤩 ¡Buenos días! #69RDS @TamauPogi #WeAreUAE pic.twitter.com/1kMYrnwOKm February 17, 2023

The flag drops and the racing is on!

On today's route we have one intermediate sprint point 90.9km in at Arcos de la Frontera, with six, four and two bonus seconds available.

Pogačar leads Santiago Buitrago (Bahrain Victorious) in the overall general classification by 48 seconds with the Colombian's teammate Mikel Landa in third, 52 seconds behind.

To read how Pogačar extended his gc lead on stage 2 with a second win, checkout our full stage report. Tadej Pogacar powers past Mas on final climb to repeat at Vuelta a Andalucia with stage 2 victory

Tadej Pogacar distanced everyone to win stage 2

A group of 20 riders have attacked off the front of the peloton and have started to build their gap out towards the minute mark

The breakaway’s gap increases to 1’50” and among those present are Felix Engelhardt (Team Jayco AlUla), Pierre Latour (TotalEnergies) and Geoffrey Soupe (TotalEnergies).

The updated number of riders in the front group is 22.

Pogačar has two teammates in the break in Tim Wellens and Domen Novak, perhaps employing the same tactic as yesterday's stage where UAE Team Emirates allowed Alessandro Covi to venture out into the break and relieve them of any duty to chase in the early stages.

A stage at the 2018 and 2019 edition of the Ruta del Sol finished into Alcalá de los Gazules, both were won by Wellens. He has made a flying start at his new team this season with a 6th place finish at Vuelta a Murcia and a podium finish at the Clásica Jaén Paraíso Interior.

BAEZA SPAIN FEBRUARY 13 LR Ben Turner of The United Kingdom and Team INEOS Grenadiers on second place race winner Tadej Pogacar of Slovenia and UAE Team Emirates and Tim Wellens of Belgium and UAE Team Emirates on third place pose on the podium ceremony after the 2nd Clasica Jaen Paraiso Interior 2023 a 1789km one day race from beda to Baeza 752m ClsicaJan23 on February 13 2023 in Baeza Spain Photo by Dario BelingheriGetty Images

Alpecin-Deceuninck is the best represented team in the break with three riders, Samuel Gaze, Stefano Oldani and Dries De Bondt.

The latest time gap to the break was 3'45".

Race organisers have been forced to move the finish line 550m earlier than expected due to adverse weather conditions, with a risk of winds up to 75km/h.

🚨 COMUNICADO DE LA ORGANIZACIÓN Debido a las condiciones climatológicas adversas previstas en la zona de llegada (rachas de viento superiores a los 75 km/h), la meta de la 3o etapa, quedará ubicada en Plaza Alameda de la Cruz#69RdS #UCIProSeries #AIOCC pic.twitter.com/dzUisOXjA5 February 17, 2023

The finish will now be in Plaza Alameda de la Cruz, with the final climb erased but the 3km rule maintained.

The best placed riders on general classification in the break are José Manuel Díaz (Burgos-BH) and Gorka Izagirre (Movistar), 6'23" down on Pogačar.

Domen Novak (UAE Team Emirates) is back in the peloton.

ETAPA 3️⃣ | 🏁 -123El pelotón pasa a 3:45 minutos de diferencia respecto a los 22 escapados#69RdS #UCIProSeries #AIOCC pic.twitter.com/jb7wA5J2f7 February 17, 2023

With Wellens now the only UAE Emirates rider in the break, could we be in store for another February win for the Belgian who seems to always open the season firing on all cylinders? 

With Pogačar's team on the front, echelons have started to form in the bunch.

The complete list of riders in the 21-man breakaway: Edoardo Zambanini (Bahrain-Victorious), Samuele Battistella (Astana-Qazaqstan), Connor Swift (Ineos Grenadiers), Salvatore Puccio (Ineos Grenadiers), Laurenz Rex (Intermarché - Circus - Wanty), Joel Nicolau (Caja Rural), Erik Fetter (EOLO-Kometa), Davide Bais (EOLO-Kometa), Liam Slock (Lotto Dstny), Hugo Houle (Israel-Premier Tech), Ibai Azurmendi (Euskaltel - Euskadi), Cyril Barthe (Burgos-BH), Izagirre, Wellens, Engelhardt, De Bondt, Gaze, Oldani, Latour, Soupe and Díaz. 

With no threat of anyone in the front group taking the general classification lead from Pogačar, the break's latest time gap has gone out to 4'45".

Bahrain-Victorious have four riders in the top ten of the general classification: Buitrago (2nd), Landa (3rd), Damiano Caruso (7th) and Jack Haig (10th). Their only rider in the break is 21-year-old Edoardo Zambanini.

🇪🇸 #69RdS ⚡️ Our young Edoardo #Zambanini joined the day's breakaway @VCANDALUCIA. 🙌 Go Zamba!#RideAsOne 📸 @SprintCycling pic.twitter.com/f4LYjqSK9J February 17, 2023

See below how the riders are fanned across the road due to the strong winds.

#69RdS 🇪🇸Crece la ventaja del grupo de @josediazgallego y @CyrilBarthe 🚴🏻‍♂️🌬️ El viento provoca abanicos en la fuga y el pelotón🏁 102 km a meta ↔️ 4:45 de diferencia📷 @SprintCycling pic.twitter.com/b4kX4LvJJ8 February 17, 2023

The average speed an hour and half into the day's stage is 41.2km/h with the gap to the break now 5'10".

If the stage ended here,  José Manuel Díaz and Gorka Izagirre would leapfrog to joint fifth in the general classification, 1'13" down on Pogačar.

The front group is under 10km away from the first and only intermediate sprint point of the day at Arcos de la Frontera. Aaron Van Poucke (Team Flanders - Baloise) leads that classification at the moment by six points and is the blue jersey wearer.

🟡 @ProteamTFB, con Van Poucke como líder de las metas volantes #69RdS #UCIProSeries #AIOCC pic.twitter.com/3WdWZyIXNe February 17, 2023

At the halfway point of the stage the breakaway still has a 5'10" advantage over the peloton.

Latest time gap to the break is 4'10". 

Diaz takes the intermediate sprint at Arcos de la Frontera ahead of Izagirre in second and Wellens in third. They take six, four and two bonus seconds respectively. 

As we enter the latter stages of the race the riders still have to content with the Cat.3 Alto de Medina Sidonia which is 3.1km in length with an average gradient of 5.8%, before racing to the now modified finish. 

UAE Team Emirates are still working on the front of the peloton. With the wind coming from the east as they travel south, the riders are still cautious of echelons forming.

Novak who dropped back from the initial breakaway earlier is driving things on the front of the peloton in aid of Slovenian compatriot and current race leader Tadej Pogačar.

Small gaps appearing in the peloton with Matej Mohoric (Bahrain Victorious) working with a trio of TotalEnergies riders to form echelons. Pogačar is safe with teammates. 

The strong winds have picked up and blew the breakaway so far to the right-hand side of the road that Liam Slock was forced into some cyclo-cross to avoid crashing. 

Ineos Grenadiers are staying towards the front to stay out of danger. The bunch looks incredibly nervous in the wind. 

Pogačar is marshalling the troops to stay in control of the race. Movistar and Bahrain now moving to the front to protect their gc leaders. 

Rear wheel puncture for Laurenz Rex in the breakaway with Davide Bais and José Manuel Díaz struggling to hold on. 

Its absolute carnage in the wind at the front of the race. Zambanini and Azurmendi both off the back of the break. 

Rex has made it back to the other breakaway riders after his puncture. 

Díaz follows suit and also gets back into the breakaway. Bais is close behind as the front group nears its earlier total of 21 riders. 

We are 7km away from the only categorised climb of the day, the Alto de Medina Sidonia (3.1km at 5.8%).

Tim Wellens looks comfortable in the front group, despite the windy chaos. He is staying awake to moves as De Bondt and Swift make attacks to try and split up the breakaway. 

Zambanini has made it back confirming that we again have a 21-man front group with the latest time gap back out to 5'30".

Mohoric is working to split up the peloton. Pogačar was slightly out of position as his fellow Slovenian put down the power, forcing his UAE teammates to bring him closer to the front. 

Multiple surges in the breakaway but no separation as of yet. 

Oldani takes his turn to attack in the breakaway. Alpecin-Deceuninck are using their numerical advantage to try and split the group. Wellens again stay active ensuring he doesn't miss out on a move. 

The break is on the Alto de Medina Sidonia (3.1km at 5.8%) which could be used as a launchpad to separate the group. 

The wind is battering the front group forcing Samuele Battistella to unclip to avoid crashing. It's really dangerous out front. The team cars will have to relay the information to the peloton to ensure everyone stays safe. 

As the peloton hits the only categorised climb of the day, Mohorič distances himself slightly off the front of the group but quickly drops back when he realised. 

The rain is starting to fall in southern Spain.

Unsurprisingly Mohorič looks as comfortable as ever on the small descending section that troubled Battistella minutes earlier. 

The riders have made the left turn that takes them towards the finish. They will no be greeted by the wind that was almost blowing them off the road, in their faces. Also it's a good time to remember that the organisers were forced to move the finish line and take out the final climb due to risk of winds up to 75km/h. Wellens should be fancying his chances for the day. 

Battistella took three KOM points on top of the Alto de Medina Sidonia ahead of Wellens in second and Gaze in third. 

UAE Team Emirates have regained control at the front of the peloton with three riders now sat in front of race leader Tadej Pogačar.  

Wellens is getting information from the team car. He will have to contend with a number of other strong riders if he is going to win including De Bondt, Izagirre, Latour, Houle and Swift to name a few. 

Gotzon Martín (Euskaltel-Euskadi) will wear the KOM leader's polka dot jersey for at least one more day maintaining a six point lead over Alex Martin (EOLO-Kometa) and a 12 points advantage on Pogačar. 

It was all smiles for race leader Pogačar before the Stage 3.

Tadej Pogacar is happy whatever the weather

The breakaway was forced to fan across the road due to the strong winds at the Ruta del Sol.

The break was spread across the road at the 2023 Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista Del Sol

Split in the front group! 

De Bondt, Nicolau, Slock, Soupe and Díaz have moved away from the other breakaway riders. Slock had to make a big surge to follow the split and now appears to be struggling.

Pogačar now has the whole UAE Team, except Wellens of course, sat in front of him to lead him into the finish at Alcalá de los Gazules. The breakaway's gap is at 3'45".

The peloton is strung out single file due to the tough headwind. The break appear to be waiting to get closer to the line before launching any more attacks, as the wind is simply too strong to stay away in. 

Barthe shakes his head after he was blown off the road by the wind which has not let up at all. 

Despite the finish moving to lower down into town, it does still rise for around 1km. Wellens is still likely the favourite to come out on top. 

Tim Wellens (UAE Team Emirates)

Rex attacks out of the breakaway. Slock is left to chase in the wind. De Bondt snaps across to Rex's wheel as the rest sit waiting. 

The surges in pace are coming thick and fast in the leading group now as the riders approach the finish. 

The teams know that today's winner will come from the breakaway. 

🇪🇸 #69RdS10 km to go for the breakaway. Today's winner is amongst them. Go @liam_slock! 📸 Photo News pic.twitter.com/lC9UAvP2Jh February 17, 2023

The break slows as dribs and drabs of riders slip away. Alpecin and Burgos are using their multiple riders to roll attacks.

With 17 riders still in the front group, a duo of Barthe and former Belgian champion De Bondt are just off the front. 

The race banner for 5km to go is being battered in the wind. Rex attacks again off the front but De Bondt is looking incredibly strong following each and every move. Wellens has remained calm and not nibbled on the early moves. 

Rex looks strong with De Bondt forced into a real grimace as he tries to stay on his wheel.

It's been a fantastic start to the season for Intermarché-Circus-Wanty with multiple early season wins. Can Rex do the business for the Belgian team?

Houle is in pursuit! Its kicking off at the front. 

Battistella is clear with Houle now in contact and Díaz also there for company. The peloton has calmed down.

The trio are looking good to take the top-three places between them but they must not hesitate in the run in. De Bondt is paying for his earlier efforts.

Houle is struggling on the final kicker to the line! Battistella looks the strongest but Rex comes from nowhere into the lead.

Wellens goes! The former Ruta del Sol winner has chosen his moment and is attacking the final climb. 

Wellens is flying away and is feeling none of the pressure placed on him as the favourite for the day. His gap is huge as he approaches the line alone. The would be his fifth stage win at the Ruta del Sol. 

It's not Pogačar but it is UAE Team Emirates. Wellens is sat up already and crosses the line for the win. 

Latour follows him over the line for second with Battistella hanging on for third. 

It's Wellens' first win for his new team and their third win in as many stages of the Ruta del Sol for UAE. They are truly dominating the early stages of the season. They've also won every day of the week so far with Pogačar winning on Monday, Ulissi on Tuesday at the Tour of Oman, Pogačar again on Wednesday and Thursday and now Wellens on Friday to cap off an incredible five days of racing for them. 

Now we know how hard the run to the line still is, there is still a chance for gaps to be made in the peloton. Pogačar is sat at the front waiting for somebody to try and attack him.

Pogačar eases to the line ahead of the main bunch with Buitrago and Teuns just behind him.

This was Wellens' 35th professional victory. With no changes to the gc, his teammate Pogačar remains 48 seconds ahead of Buitrago in second with Landa in third 52 seconds in arrears. 

Tim Wellens crossed the line 14 seconds ahead of Latour in second and 15 ahead of Battistella in third. 

Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista Del Sol 2023 - 69th Edition - 3rd stage Alcala de Guadaira - Alcala de los Gazules 161 km - 17/02/2023 - Tim Wellens (BEL - UAE Team Emirates) - photo Luis Angel Gomez/SprintCyclingAgency©2023

Laurenz Rex and Dries De Bondt tried a number of times to get away in the final 5km but once the break hit the final climb, Wellens was in a clear league of his own.

Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista Del Sol 2023 - 69th Edition - 3rd stage Alcala de Guadaira - Alcala de los Gazules 161 km - 17/02/2023 - Laurenz Rex (BEL - Intermarché - Circus - Wanty) - Dries De Bondt (BEL - Alpecin - Deceuninck) - photo Luis Angel Gomez/SprintCyclingAgency©2023

To read our full stage report by Barry Ryan and to see our growing photo gallery and full results, click below. Tim Wellens takes solo win on Vuelta a Andalucia stage 3.

This ends Tadej Pogačar's winning streak, before today the Slovenian hadn't lost since the Giro dell'Emilia which was on October 1, last year. He does of course keep his yellow jersey going into stage 4.

Wellens executed his plan to perfection in the break after looking strong for his new team at the Clásica Jaén Paraíso Interior and the opening two stages of this race, in aid of Pogačar, but today he got his reward with a stage win. 

💪💪💪 YES!!! @Tim_Wellens bag his first win for the team after a fast day with a strong breakaway on Stage 3 of the @VCANDALUCIA 🇪🇸! 🥇#UAETeamEmirates #WeAreUAE #69RdS pic.twitter.com/rbXeLVu0c0 February 17, 2023

Watch below how Wellens eased to the line after destroying the remnants of the breakaway on the final uphill stretch to the line. 

ETAPA 3️⃣ | 🏁 FINAL¡TIM WELLENS! Se lo lleva el corredor de @TeamEmiratesUAE en Alcalá de los Gazules. Ha vencido las tres etapas que han finalizado en la localidad gaditana#69RdS #UCIProSeries #AIOCC pic.twitter.com/ljcvKdR1Wm February 17, 2023

Thanks for joining us today for our full live coverage of stage 3 of the Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista Del Sol. We'll be back tomorrow with live coverage of stage 4 to see if UAE Team Emirates can make it four wins from four stages. 

A perfect day at the 69RdS 🇪🇸.@Tim_Wellens with the stage win. @TamauPogi retains his overall lead. 👌👏👍#UAETeamEmirates #WeAreUAE pic.twitter.com/AxYqrHj7FW February 17, 2023

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Jasper Philipsen has won his third stage of this year's Tour de France, claiming stage 16 in a sprint finish.

In the race for the points classification, Philipsen has narrowed his deficit to Biniam Girmay down to 32 points, after Girmay crashed late.

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Wednesday's stage 17 is a 178km ride from Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux to Superdevoluy.

Jasper Philipsen has sprinted to victory as his team Alpecin-Deceuninck has timed its lead-out to perfection during Tuesday's 16th stage of the Tour de France, a 189-kilometre flat ride from Gruissan to Nimes.

The win was Philipsen's third on the Tour this year after victories on stages 10 and 13. Green jersey holder Biniam Girmay, who has also won three stages, crashed in the final 2km.

Slovenia's Tadej Pogačar retained his yellow jersey with a lead of 3 minutes and 9 seconds over Jonas Vingegaard in the general classification while Remco Evenepoel remains over 5 minutes behind.

Alpecin-Deceuninck controlled the sprint as the riders moved up to the front to set up the victory for Philipsen and it worked to perfection as Mathieu Van der Poel's textbook lead-out allowed his Belgian teammate to win comfortably.

"I'm really happy after such a team effort. It's always nice when you can win together and that's what we did today, definitely," Philipsen said.

"I didn't see the crash [involving Girmay]. We were trying to position ourselves and focus on our own lead-out. I hope everyone is OK.

"I was feeling good, I had a good rest day [on Monday]. My shape improved during the Tour so I was confident if we could line it up good today, we could go for the win. 

"It's a difficult level, so three wins is good. We can be proud."

Philipsen crossed the line ahead of Phil Bauhaus, Alex Kristoff and Sam Bennett.

Girmay eventually got back on his bike and his teammates helped him across the line. But the Eritrean saw his lead in the sprint standings reduced to 32 points.

While there are no more flat stages on the Tour, the green jersey is still very much up for grabs, with intermediate sprints in the next five stages.

"Everything is possible. He (Girmay) is climbing really well," Philipsen added.

"I hope he's OK after the crash because he doesn't deserve to lose like this. I will try whatever I can because the hard stages are to come."

Britain's Mark Cavendish, who has won a record 35 stages on the Tour in his career, finished 17th in potentially his final sprint stage.

Wednesday's stage 17 is a 178 km ride from Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux to Superdevoluy.

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