The Vuelta packs plenty of tough mountain stages into the final week of the race, resulting in a terrific battle between Nairo Quintana and
The Vuelta a España closed the grand tour cycling season and left Alberto Contador without another win to add to his seven titles.
What lessons did Nairo Quintana and Chris Froome learn from this year's Vuelta a España? What will we remember from this year's race?
AFP discusses five takeaways from the season's final grand tour, the three-week race across Spain.
American Andrew Talansky rides to a fifth-place finish in Spain, the best grand tour result of his career.
A satisfied Chris Froome admitted the “ambush at Formigal” probably cost him an elusive Vuelta a España crown, but he won’t let that
After falling to fourth overall, Alberto Contador said he was hoping Movistar would help him on the Vuelta's final mountain day.
Nairo Quintana takes a 1:23 lead into the Vuelta's final day, and he'll likely be crowned the overall winner in Madrid.
No matter happens Saturday, it’s been a tremendous Vuelta, and should be a fitting finale to what’s been a great race between Froome
Sammy Sanchez crashed hard during the stage 19 time trial, while Andrew Talansky jumped into 5th place overall.