We break down the Vuelta a España's battle between Primož Roglič and Richard Carapaz. Then, Sepp Kuss and Michael Woods join the program.
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GC rivals eyeing last mountaintop finale at La Covatilla to try to upturn Vuelta a España.
Primož Roglič safe in the leader's jersey a day following his fourth stage win.
Victory at Liège-Bastogne-Liège gave Roglič a timely confidence boost after Tour de France disappointment, says team.
Primož Roglič pipped Will Barta by slimmest of margins to regain the lead in decisive time trial at Vuelta a España.
Ecuadorian kept Primož Roglič on a close leash through Vuelta time trial to finish up second overall, 39 seconds back.
The Slovenian scorched the individual time trial and took time on Richard Carapaz and Hugh Carthy.
The Ineos Grenadiers leader is likely to lose his red jersey to Primož Roglič in the time trial Tuesday, but now takes the mental advantage after seeing his rival falter on the Angliru.
American climber checked ambitions to pace Jumbo-Visma captain on fearsome Angliru.
Sunday's Vuelta a España stage atop the Alto de l'Angliru produced thrilling action, as Hugh Carthy took a career-defining win, Primož Roglič bent but didn't break, and Richard Carapaz stormed into red. Here's how the other GC stars fared:
EF Pro Cycling climber takes stage atop the super-steep Asturian ascent, Primož Roglič loses contact in final two kilometers to cede the overall lead.
Tension continues to broil over time splits that put Primož Roglič into leader's jersey at Vuelta a España.
No one risked to attack with the Angliru looming Sunday in Vuelta a España.
Riders and teams were unsure if Friday's sharp finish would be classified as a sprinter stage or as a hilltop finale.
Young Frenchman beat Marc Soler from two-up sprint atop the Farrapona, Primoz Roglič retains red jersey after crossing line with Richard Carapaz and Dan Martin.
Watch Primož Roglič make a last-minute attack to take the stage and the overall lead.
Last chance for climbers to distance a more confident Primož Roglič in a pair of iconic summit finales.
With the stage win and time bonus, Primož Roglič and Richard Carapaz are equal on time.
If a few things align, Sepp Kuss could get a chance to win atop Spain's toughest mountain this weekend.
Roglič, Carapaz, Martin and Carthy emerged as the strongest on Wednesday and have marked themselves out as the key GC contenders ahead of a series of pivotal stages.
Carapaz loses 17 seconds in mano-a-mano battle in the Cantabrian mountains, later admitting Roglič was too hot to handle. With just 13 seconds between the pair, the Vuelta is wide-open once again.
Richard Carapaz rides another day at the top of the general classification, but behind him, a big shuffle redistributes the race standings.
Jumbo-Visma pressuring Ineos Grenadiers ahead of this weekend's mountain showdown at Farrapona and Angliru.
Dutchman abandons citing fatigue, leaving teammate Primož Roglič one man short in red jersey defense.
Dutch star faded in the opening stages but will try to help teammate win Vuelta a España.
Belgian stage-hunter putting victories ahead of climber's jersey at Vuelta a España.
Ineos Grenadiers motivated to double up at Vuelta a España following surprise success at Giro d'Italia.
Sepp Kuss describes how struggles with rain jackets cost him 10 minutes and the team the leader's jersey in Sunday's stage at the Vuelta a España.
Dan Martin has mixed feelings about racing during pandemic conditions despite being poised third overall at the Vuelta a España.
Primož Roglič got gapped struggling to put on a rain jacket and later didn't have the legs to follow attacks out of the GC group at the Vuelta a España.
Aggressive riding in the rain by Astana and Ineos Grenadiers pays off atop Formigal.
Team leader Roglič ready to ride as equal with Kuss, who sits just 44 seconds off the GC lead ahead of key climbing stage to Formigal.
Peloton bracing for mix of cold, rain, wind and even snow in late-season Vuelta a España.
Primož Roglič — in the familiar position as overall race leader — finished second on the stage.
Thibaut Pinot puts end to disappointing 2020 grand tour season with early exit from Vuelta a España.
Race leader Primož Roglič finishes in second, pads overall lead with bonus seconds.
Sepp Kuss insists team strategy is to win the Vuelta a España with one of their two captains.
Watch the video highlights of the explosive finale on stage 1 of the 2020 Vuelta a España.
Chris Froome appeared to struggle in the first stage in his final grand tour with the Ineos Grenadiers.
Primož Roglič and Tom Dumoulin lead at Vuelta a España, with Sepp Kuss as wingman.
Uncertain weather, COVID challenges and a deep field set up Vuelta a España as fitting end to unprecedented season.
Just weeks after seeing the Tour snatched from him and being blasted by media for his ride at the worlds, Slovenian star salvages season in dramatic sprint.
We chew over Sagan's Giro campaign and Fuglsang's tattered team, as well as turning our attention to the frantic finale of Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
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After getting pipped at the finish line, Julian Alaphilippe was relegated to fifth place.
Alaphilippe loses kick for the line after celebrating too early and is then relegated to fifth-place for wayward path in the sprint.
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What was behind the race jury's strong hand at the Tour de France?
Tour de France runner-up laments not having legs in finale to help trade teammate chase down Alaphilippe.
American Sepp Kuss said that Jumbo-Visma's Tour de France leader Primož Roglič helped the entire team move past the disappointment on La Planche des Belles Filles.
Active and retired French riders are raising doubts in the performances during the 2020 Tour de France.
Time to unpack a scintillating and surprising Tour de France: Did we miss Froome and Thomas? Did the route pack a punch? And what determined the final victor?
Tadej Pogačar raced so aggressively that even the Badger would be proud.
Jumbo-Visma's chief architect Richard Plugge admitted to being 'stunned' by the outcome of Saturday's Tour de France time trial. Plugge said that while the team is pleased with its three stage wins, the 2020 Tour de France will be viewed as a disappointment.
Greg LeMond turned the tables on Laurent Fignon in the final time trial in 1989. 31 years later, Tadej Pogačar did the same to Primož Roglic.
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The Tour de France's final time trial was not short of drama, with tragedies and tribulations throughout the GC. We share our opinions and memories from the stunning stage 20 to La Planche des Belles Filles.
Stunning reversal has 21-year-old's head spinning after winning debut Tour de France.
One Slovenian found his wings while another succumbed.
The Tour de France's only individual time trial completely shook up the GC standings one final time before Paris. How did Primož Roglič, Rigoberto Urán, Richie Porte, and the other GC stars fare? We analyze each man's ride.
Primož Roglič lost his legs for first time in an otherwise faultless Tour de France performance Saturday, tumbling out of the race lead in dramatic time trial collapse
Tour de France stage 20: Pogačar snatches Tour de France GC victory in dramatic time trial turnaround
Roglič loses yellow jersey in final day of racing of the Tour as Pogačar dominates final stage to take yellow, white and polka-dot jerseys.
Star domestique to be given freedom to race for victory – and a possible hat trick of stage wins – at the Tour's ITT on Saturday.
Slovenian duo fitted out for custom yellow and white race suits ahead of key race against the clock.
Saturday's individual time trial up La Plache des Belles Filles will inject more drama into the 2020 Tour de France as Primož Roglič tries to defend yellow.
David Green created Epic Ride Weather years ago for his commute. Today, Jumbo-Visma uses it for races.
Just about every expectation I had when the Tour started has been turned upside down.
Slovenian star's pathway toward Tour victory has come through a cocktail of strength, robustness, tactical savvy, and the touch of lady luck.
It's looking likely Sagan's long run of green jersey dominance will end in Paris on Sunday – is it the end of an era?
Zeeman evidently became upset — enough so to warrant his expulsion from the race — with the technicians when they began to take apart Roglič’s bike.