Riders have everything to gain and lose on the final day in the mountains.
Stage profile less than ideal for those trying to distance Remco Evenepoel.
Third week of Vuelta to climax in stage 20 ripsnorter suited for attacks and ambush as time ticks against Roglič and Mas.
Vuelta a España stage 14 preview: La Pandera opens crucial climbing weekend with 15 percent punishment
Steep pitches and jagged profile of La Pandera mark the first of two consecutive summit finishes of crucial weekend in southern Spain.
Who are Evenepoel's remaining teammates, and does squad strength even matter when Remco is running riot?
Riders inside the top-10 will be aiming to limit their losses and then hope the Belgian cracks later in the race.
"I ask for turns. I asked for turns from Enric but I have advice from within the team to just stay calm if they don’t want to work,' says Vuelta leader.
Can Remco Evenepoel defend red once again? A second severe stage in the Asturias will test weary Quick-Step legs to the limit.
New climb the Colláu Fancuaya brings explosive Asturian stage to punishing conclusion with 19 percent grades and stepped profile.
Three categorized climbs including a difficult finish should reshuffle the GC.
Long lumpy stage set to take the pain from Tuesday and add a few more percent in parcours suited to Roglič, GC contenders, and pure puncheurs.
Did the ‘big starts’ deliver? Rating the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España’s overseas openers
Budapest, Denmark, the Netherlands: Racing action and spectacle, cash-cows and chaos, or necessary evil?
Hilltop sprint and bike-mad Basque crowds will see peloton shaken to life after Dutch start.
The modern era of the 'super teams' is dominating grand tour racing — will this Vuelta reshuffle the deck?
It’s a question of identity as the Irishman looks to ‘find himself’ and return to the top step of the podium.
It's the last grand tour of 2022 and for a number of reasons these riders will be hoping to leave their mark on the race.
Riders and trainers share the art and science behind recovering from a grand tour to be in top form again one month later.
A mix of youth and experience for the British WorldTour team ahead of the final grand tour of the season.
'Julian Alaphilippe is a bit of a mystery this year. The whole season he has fought against bad luck,' Lefevere says of his world champion.
Primož Roglič has twice lost the Vuelta a España's red jersey on purpose. Why has he done it and can he win it back when it really matters?
From Movistar's attempts to overthrow Primož Roglič in the red jersey to Ineos Grenadiers trying to bounce back from a bad first week to a new summit finish to contend with.
Jack Haig, Damiano Caruso spearhead "Plan B" as Landa slides out of GC contention in Vuelta's mountaintop showdown.
Roglič has looked faultless through the opening week while his rivals have faded – but does he have enough of a buffer to last through to the final?
Primož Roglič took the red jersey off Kenny Elissonde and took more time on his rivals as the Vuelta a España heads back into the mountains, while Hugh Carthy lost a lot of time.
Jumbo-Visma deftly plays first mountain-top finale to let jersey slip away yet mark its direct rivals.
Movistar makes a statement, Jumbo-Visma and Ineos Grenadiers lose leaders as GC favorites shadowbox on Vuelta's first summit finish.
Vuelta packing mountain punch early in a climb that's steep enough to make some differences just three days into the race.
Sepp Kuss, Quinn Simmons, Joe Dombrowski and Chad Haga headline the North American contingent at the 2021 Vuelta a España.
Primož Roglič will show off his new TT bike in the opening stage of the Vuelta a España.
The short and intense time trial could see some significant differences for any GC candidates who cannot negotiate the technical course.
Temperatures in the first two weeks of the 2021 Vuelta a España could push into the upper-90s and even into the low-100s.
From Primož Roglič to Egan Bernal to Mikel Landa, these are the GC favorites for the Vuelta a España's red jersey.
Ineos Grenadiers could match Movistar and Jumbo-Visma as only teams to hit podiums in all three grand tours in one season since 1995.
Mark your calendars for these five stages of the Vuelta a España, which are likely to crown the overall victor.
Primož Roglič held his nerve and limited his losses to Richard Carapaz in the final mountain stage of the race Saturday, and was able to successfully ride to his second-straight Vuelta victory.
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.