Nairo Quintana (Movistar) claimed his second Grand Tour title when he won the Vuelta a España on Sunday after a fierce battle with his biggest rival Chris Froome (Sky) as the final stage was won by Denmark's Magnus Cort Nielsen (Orica-Bike Exchange). His fellow Colombian Esteban Chaves rounded off the podium after overtaking Alberto Contador (Tinkoff), the race's most aggressive rider, in Saturday's final mountain stage. Omar Fraile (Dimension Data) won the polka dot jersey for the...
The race in videos
- Onboard camera - Stage 21 (Las Rozas /...
- Best of - La Vuelta a España 2016
- Summary - Stage 21 (Las Rozas / Madrid) -...
- Last kilometer / Ultimo kilómetro -...
Las Rozas / Madrid
Las Rozas, European Sports City of 2016, invites you to discover the many reasons to visit it:
Its passion for sports and...
La Vuelta 2016 route
La Vuelta 2016
Running from Saturday August 20th to Sunday September 11th 2016, the Vuelta will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,315.4 kilometres.
- 7 flat stages (2 with high-altitude finales)
- 12 hill and mountain stages
- 1 individual time trial stage
- 1 team time trial stage
Distinctive aspects of the race
- 29,4 km individual time trial
- 39 km team time trial
- 51 summits
- 2 rest days
Jersey wearers after the stage 21
Receive exclusive news about the Vuelta