Alessandro de Marchi (BMC) beat fog and his four breakaway companions at the top of Alto Campoo to win his second Vuelta stage in two years in stage 14. The first of three grueling mountain stages in the north of Spain did not have a major impact on the race for the GC, even if Dutchman Tom Dumoulin squandered half a minute in the finale while Nairo Quintana (Movistar) showed he was back in form after being hampered by a virus. The start was given at 12:01 to 170 riders....
The stage in pictures
Jersey wearers after the stage 21
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