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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.
Young Brit's third-place at the Vuelta sets him up to take star role at EF Pro Cycling as Michael Woods and Daniel Martínez leave the team.
The Vuelta proved a rollercoaster three weeks for the five Americans at the race, from Sepp Kuss and Will Barta riding high to Ian Garrison gutting out a tough debut grand tour.
Bora-Hansgrohe sprinter wins bunch kick in central Madrid as all GC contenders come safely to the line behind.
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