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Spain’s oldest stage race kicked off Monday, and you won’t want to miss the racing action.
The Volta Ciclista a Catalunya started Monday and continues through Sunday, March 28.
- Here’s why you need to watch the Volta a Catalunya
- Chris Froome: ‘I’ve still got a lot of work to do’
- Peter Sagan’s Catalunya start puts Gent-Wevelgem, E3 Saxo Classic in doubt
NBC Sports Gold is presenting daily live coverage, and you’ll need to be a subscriber to catch the live action on the app, or through a web browser.
Tuesday, March 23, live coverage from 10:00 a.m. EST
Wednesday, March 24, live coverage from 10:00 a.m. EST
Thursday, March 25, live coverage from 10:00 a.m. EST
Friday, March 26, live coverage from 10:00 a.m. EST
Saturday, March 27, live coverage from 10:00 a.m. EST
Sunday, March 28, live coverage from 6:15 a.m. EST
“Superman” Miguel Ángel López (Movistar Team) is not back to defend his title, but a long list of contenders are racing for the title.
Jumbo-Visma’s Sepp Kuss, who will be leading the squad, has already shown moments of brilliance. How will this unfold for the Dutch-based team under the leadership of the 26-year-old from Colorado?
Bora-Hansgrohe is sending a squad with three-time world champion Peter Sagan, just off a fourth-place finish at the Milano-Sanremo. The Slovakian overcame a bout with COVID-19 earlier this year, and seems to be on the other side of it. With just one win in 2020, he’ll be looking to improve on this number as quickly as possible.
And, of course, Chris Froome — a four-time Tour de France winner — will be taking to the start with his Israel Start-Up Nation team as he continues to improve his form for an attempt at a fifth yellow jersey in Paris.