Roglic capitalizes on a powerful group being taken out of the race to back up his win at Giro dell'Emillia on Sunday
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The Vuelta saw the strands of the past, present and future weave together in stunning fashion
The Slovenian makes history following a near-flawless Vuelta victory that confirmed he is a grand tour powerhouse.
20-year-old Pogacar went long to steal the white jersey and a podium spot of the penultimate stage of the race, as countryman Primoz Roglic held firm to keep the overall lead.
The UCI took the extraordinary step to allow chasing riders to pace back to the front group, adding a twist to the 'race-or-wait' debate
Latest climbing stage at the Vuelta is reminiscent of the decisive stage in 2015 when Tom Dumoulin crumbled. Could Primoz Roglic suffer a similar fate?
Wednesday's stage of the Vuelta a Espana was supposed to be easy. Then, gusting crosswinds and aggressive tactics transformed it into the hardest day of the 2019 race.
Backed by the deep and motivated Jumbo-Visma team, it’s going to take a major mistake or mishap for this Vuelta to slip away
Jakob Fuglsang won the first grand tour stage of his career atop the Vuelta's mighty summit finish. Primoz Roglic defended his lead in the overall.
The Vuelta was never part of Roglic's plans for 2019, but after finishing the Giro on his knees, the team reshuffled the calendar to bring the Slovenian to Spain
Vuelta a España stage 15: American Sepp Kuss takes stunning solo victory, Primoz Roglic retains lead
Sepp Kuss launches lone strike on final climb to power to victory, Primoz Roglic and Alejandro Valverde grow their gap on GC contenders.
Rivals will be trying to unsettle Roglic in two decisive climbing stages looming in northern Spain.
Movistar duo Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde vowed to keep fighting after they were dropped on the Los Machucos climb. Time is running out at this Vuelta for Movistar to dethrone leader Primoz Roglic.
Slovenian Tadej Pogačar took the stage win just ahead of countryman Primoz Roglic, who padded his lead in the Vuelta overall.
Paved less than a decade ago, the Los Machucos climb has already become part of Vuelta lore after just one inclusion. This year the punishing climb opens a decisive weekend in the mountains.
The Vuelta a España heads into its mountainous second week, and we're left to wonder if Primoz Roglic can hold onto the lead. Plus, Americans Ben King and Kiel Reijnen take us inside the Vuelta.
Primoz Roglic won the time trial and took a commanding lead in the GC on the Vuelta's 10th stage.
A brutal eight days of racing has trimmed the GC field to a foursome and left a weary peloton in its wake
The Slovenian time-trial ace is better than his rivals in the race against the clock. The question is whether he can match them in the mountains.
The Dutch team is overflowing with talent, and the arrival of Holland's biggest cycling star next season will present a challenge for team brass to keep all of its stars happy and racing
The young American rider is having another strong Vuelta performance, riding in support of GC contender Primoz Roglic.
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Nearly a decade after the demise of Team Rabobank, Dutch squad Jumbo-Visma has become one of the strongest in the WorldTour under the leadership of its owner, Richard Plugge.
Two Americans join an ambitious Jumbo-Visma aiming for overall victory at the upcoming Vuelta a España
How should Primoz Roglic and Jumbo-Visma view this Giro: as a disaster, or a learning experience?
Having started the Giro on a run of stage race success, Roglic turned from Giro favorite to being content with place on podium.
After picking up injuries in his stage 15 crash, Roglic is back to strength and looking to do more than just defend in the race's final mountain stage.
With three decisive stages remaining, American Sepp Kupp believes his team leader can turn the race around
The Giro d'Italia roars into its final week with plenty of action. Plus, we talk Dirty Kanza with gravel racer Colin Strickland
Primoz Roglic has come under heavy fire in the mountain stages of the Giro. While the race will conclude with a time trial, there's no guarantee he'll be within striking distance of pink
Roglic forced to finish the stage on a bike too small for him when team car got caught at the back of the caravan.
"He rode well, he worked with us, unlike the previous days and that's good, we're all playing it in the same way," said Nibali, having accused Roglic of racing negatively the day before.
Long range attacks and aggressive racing have given the Giro d'Italia a serious shake-up in the mountains
Mikel Landa makes gains on Roglic, as Polanc keeps pink and Yates suffers
The GC favorites are ready for the first major mountain stages following nearly two weeks of flat racing
The GC complexion alters dramatically as Conti holds on to pink but Roglic moves up to second, with Yates and Lopez losing significant time.
Team boss confident that what his young climbers lack in experience, they more than make up for in legs.
A crash in the final 6km looks to have ruled Tom Dumoulin out of overall contention, while Simon Yates and Vincenzo Nibali also concede time
With a series of sprint and breakaway stages before the race's next time trial, and the mountains coming soon after, the Slovenian could lead the race - and face all the extra responsibilities that come with it - for some time.
Primoz Roglic might have won the opening stage, but the Giro d'Italia opened with an old-fashioned 'polemica'
Roglic set the fastest time early in the day, beating Yates into second by 19 seconds, with Nibali finishing third and Dumoulin placing fifth, 28 seconds down.
Defending champion takes third stage victory of the race, and third stage race win of the season.
Defending champion Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) takes the lead at the Tour de Romandie
Jumbo-Visma brass say that Roglic is an astute student of the sport, progressing rapidly despite a lack of experience as a junior or under-23 rider.
The final time trial proves decisive as Primoz Roglic pulls back a 25-second deficit on Adam Yates to win the overall.
Irishman takes first WorldTour win of the season amongst stellar field.