Today's stage

Tuesday, August 22nd

Escaldes-Engordany / Tarragona. Anella Mediterránea 2018

Key moments
  • Trentin seizes the opportunity

    After leaving it to his teammate Yves Lampaert to take the win on stage 2, Matteo Trentin (Quick-Step Floors) took matters into his own hands at the end of stage 4, on Tuesday at Tarragona. Already a stage winner on the Tour de France and Giro d'Italia, the Italian rider dominated the sprint ahead of Juanjo Lobato (LottoNL-Jumbo) and Tom Van Asbroeck (Cannondale-Drapac). That makes it already two stage victories for Quick-Step at La Vuelta 2017, and 18 for the Belgian team overall at the...

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The stage in videos


Last kilometer - Stage 4 - La Vuelta 2017

  • Last kilometer - Stage 4 - La Vuelta 2017
  • 26.2 km to go - Stage 4 - La Vuelta 2017
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  • 111.2 km to go - Stage 4 - La Vuelta 2017

The stage in pictures


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Escaldes-Engordany / Tarragona. Anella Mediterránea 2018


Over the past three years, Escaldes-Engordany has become THE city of the cycling Grand Tours. In 2015, it hosted a Vuelta stage for the third time in its history that...

Tarragona. Anella Mediterránea 2018

The Tarragona finish-line will light up the Anella Mediterránea (or Mediterranean Ring), the epicentre of the 2018 Mediterranean Games – an event that will bring...

La Vuelta 2017

Running from Saturday August 19th to Sunday September 10th 2017, the Vuelta will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,324.1 kilometres.

  • 5 flat stages and 1 flat with high-altitude finales stage
  • 8 hill stages
  • 5 mountain stages
  • 1 individual time trial stage
  • 1 team time trial stage

Distinctive aspects of the race

  • 40.2 km individual time trial
  • 13.7 km team time trial
  • 50 summits
  • 2 rest days

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