# Vuelta a Espana

Last year
# Madrid
Belgian Evenepoel wins first Grand Tour in Vuelta a Espana
The 22-year-old dominated the three-week race, taking victory after the 21st and final stage won by Colombian Juan Sebastian Molano.
# Stage 20
Belgian youngster Evenepoel on verge of Vuelta a Espana triumph
In the overall standings, Movistar’s Enric Mas stayed second with Juan Ayuso of UAE Emirates is third.
# Nearly there
Evenepoel closes in on Vuelta victory after increasing overall lead after stage 18
The Quick-Step rider beat his main rival Spaniard Enric Mas on the climb to the summit of Piornal.
# stage 17
Colombia's Uran soars to Vuelta stage triumph as Roglic retires
Race leader Remco Evenepoel lost five seconds to his closest rival Enric Mas.
# andalusia
Roglic crashes in Vuelta sprint gamble as Pedersen wins stage
Adding to the drama, less than 3km out Evenepoel was hit by a puncture as Roglic looked set to eat into his 1min 34sec overall advantage.
# Vuelta a Espana
Roglic chips away at Evenepoel's lead as Arensman wins in the mountains
Roglic clawed back 15 seconds in the race for the Vuelta’s red jersey.
# vuelta
Carapaz climbs to stage win as Evenepoel survives scare
Race leader Evenepoel was forced wide by a motorbike at a corner 45km from home, causing him to suffer a painful fall.
# Stage 11
Groves wins sprint after Alaphilippe becomes latest Vuelta casualty
Double world champion Alaphilippe left the course in an ambulance after damaging a shoulder in a fall with less than 70km to go.
# Remco Evenepoel
Meintjes wins as Evenepoel extends overall lead on Vuelta 'wall'
22-year-old Belgian Evenepoel was 52sec faster than defending champion Primoz Roglic.
# super sam
Sam Bennett claims back-to-back stage wins at the Vuelta a Espana
The Irishman has won the opening two sprint stages for BORA-hansgrohe.
# Cycling
Ireland's Sam Bennett wins stage two of Vuelta
Bennett clinched the victory after a 175.1km run between the Dutch towns of ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Utrecht.
# Irish Eye
Roglic's Jumbo-Visma team win Vuelta a Espana opener in Utrecht
Irish duo Ryan Mullen and Sam Bennett were in action for BORA-Hansgrohe, who finished seventh overall.
All time
# Top Of The Tree
Slovenia's Roglic seals third successive Vuelta title after clinching final time-trial stage
The Slovenian becomes the third rider to have one the Spanish Tour three times.
# La Vuelta
Roglic on verge of Vuelta triumph as Champoussin steals in for stage win
Defending champion Roglic leads this Vuelta by two minutes 38 seconds from Movistar rider Enric Mas.
# Cycling
Another stage win for Cort Nielsen as Roglic closes in on Vuelta victory
Primoz Roglic retains the red jersey with just two days left, including Sunday’s individual time-trial.
# Cycling
'Superman' Lopez claims brutal Vuelta stage win as Roglic retains lead
The Colombian was victorious on the Alto d’El Gamoniteiro.
# Cycling
Bardet claims first Vuelta stage win as Eiking retains overall lead
A first grand tour stage victory in four years for the Frenchman.
# Cycling
Senechal wins sizzling Vuelta sprint as Jakobsen falls flat
Norway’s Odd Christian Eiking retains the overall lead.
# Cycling
Another stage victory for Cort Nielsen as Eiking retains Vuelta lead
The hilly run through Andalucia was marked by intense heat of 35C and two falls.
# Cycling
Roglic claims victory after Vuelta stage 11 goes down to the wire
Odd Christian Eiking held on to the overall lead, just clinging on over the last climb.
# Shake Up
Eiking takes Vuelta lead as defending champion Roglic suffers fall
The stage itself was won by DSM rider Michael Storer.
# Tight Finish
Jakobsen wins second Vuelta stage to continue miracle comeback
Last year the Dutch rider was in a near fatal crash on the Tour of Poland.
# Cycling
Australian Storer wins on Vuelta mountain as Roglic holds lead
Spanish hopes were hit as Mikel Landa was dropped and Alejandro Valverde pulled out through injury.
# stage six
Defending champion Roglic back in red after Vuelta summit scramble
Magnus Cort Nielsen clung on impressively to beat Roglic by a bike length and take the stage.
# dash for the line
Belgian sprinter Philipsen claims second Vuelta stage win
Frenchman Kenny Elissonde is the new overall leader after the 184.4km run from Tarancon to Albacete.
# mountaintop finish
Rein Taaramae climbs to victory in stage 3 of Vuelta
The 34-year-old Estonian has taken the overall race lead.
# Redemption
Roglic set for second successive Vuelta win to bury Tour de France misery
Ireland’s Dan Martin is set to finish fourth tomorrow.
# Cycling
Nielsen takes Vuelta's 16th stage, Martin remains fourth overall
Defending champion Primoz Roglic extended his overall lead, while Sam Bennett finished 100th today.
# Irish Eye
Wellens wins 14th stage of Vuelta as Roglic keeps lead, Martin stays fourth overall
Dan Martin and Sam Bennett are flying the Irish flag in Spain.
# Vuelta a Espana
Gaudu climbs to victory on 11th stage of Vuelta but Roglic keeps lead
David Gaudu pulled away from Spaniard Marc Soler of Movistar in the final metres.
# as it stands
Primoz Roglic surges to Vuelta victory, Dan Martin remains third overall
The Slovenian’s third win in this year’s race earned him a 10 seconds bonus.
# Rain in Spain
Carapaz takes Vuelta red jersey as Roglic struggles in the rain
Roglic drops to fourth in the GC after difficult day on Sunday.
# Cycling
Belgian rider Wellens wins stage five of Vuelta, Roglic keeps race lead
Roglic retains a five-second lead over Ireland’s Dan Martin.
# sprint king
Super Sam Bennett makes it back-to-back Vuelta stage wins for the Irish
Bennett, who won the green points jersey at the Tour de France, pipped Jasper Philipsen in a dramatic sprint.
# Dan the Man
Vuelta victory for Dan Martin as tearful Irishman claims stage three
‘This one’s for the wife,’ he said after moving to within five seconds of race leader Primoz Roglic.
# the trip to spain
Dan Martin third for second day on the trot at Vuelta
Marc Soler took the stage victory.
# In The Mix
Ireland's Dan Martin finishes third in explosive opening stage of Vuelta
Martin finished just a second behind stage winner Primoz Roglic and is seven seconds back in the general standings.
# Reign in Spain
Sam Bennett targets more Grand Tour glory as he's confirmed for La Vuelta
‘It will be great to push my limits and see what I’m capable of.’
# triumph
Roglic seals Vuelta title and makes cycling history for Slovenia
Ireland’s Sam Bennett, meanwhile, finished second in today’s 21st and final stage.
# stage 16
Fuglsang claims Vuelta stage as Roglic extends overall lead
The Dane emerged victorious in the mountains on Monday.