Tadej Pogačar will join fleet of Spanish stars in the event in early December.
Australian dominates the day's climbs to take over king of the mountains competition.
Craddock on racing through a sea of Basque fans: 'I will remember that for a long time.'
The victory is Spain's first stage in any grand tour since Ion Izagirre in the 2020 Vuelta.
The Spanish rider soloes to the stage win as Rudy Molard takes the race lead.
UAE Emirates on the ropes after loss of fourth rider as pressure mounts on Tadej Pogačar; Tim Wellens latest to leave with COVID-19.
'I know Pogačar will attack me so every day is about trying to follow him and not leaving any gaps,' says yellow jersey.
The Spaniard missed the time cut by 15 minutes after vomiting several times during the stage.
The Canadian wins the attack-riddled 16th stage across the French Pyrénées while Jonas Vingegaard fends off Tadej Pogačar.
American Brandon McNulty back for second Tour start, with George Bennett and Marc Soler adding depth for the mountains.
Spanish climber Marc Soler ready to ride for the 'Pogačar Express' as UAE Team Emirates continues to build out its bench.
Spanish all-rounder wants to help Tadej Pogačar and help himself following Movistar exit.
Longtime manager Eusebio Unzué reveals new details, saying López threw a 'tantrum' and turned back on teammates.
Jasha Sütterlin and Marc Soler had to leave the race as a result of the high-speed crash on the opening day of the Tour de France.
Here's what's making headlines on Sunday, August 8.
Spaniard fractured both elbows in stage 1 crash before soldiering to the line alone. He later had to quit with his injuries.
Marc Soler broke both arms in the crash on stage 1 of the Tour de France but rode to the finish before abandoning. ASO withdraws its action against the spectator.
Tour de France: López, Valverde, Mas headline Movistar eight, Mathieu van der Poel and Tim Merlier lead Alpecin-Fenix
Miguel Ángel López and Enric Mas will lead the Spanish squad, while Alpecin-Fenix will hunt stages with Mathieu van der Poel and Tim Merlier.
VN news ticker: Tom Pidcock ‘lucky’ after being hit by car driver in training, Marc Soler back in action at Tour de Suisse
Here's the news making the headlines on Thursday, June 3.
Young American makes grand tour debut as 'super-domestique' after standout spring performances.
Geraint Thomas slips and crashes in final 50 meters while sprinting against Woods, finishes third on the stage.
Rohan Dennis crashes on slippy roads during a wet stage 3 as Marc Soler attacks to win stage and move into the race lead.
Colombian climber to add GC firepower, but will his arrival create new tensions inside the Movistar bus?
Sunday's Vuelta a España stage atop the Alto de l'Angliru produced thrilling action, as Hugh Carthy took a career-defining win, Primož Roglič bent but didn't break, and Richard Carapaz stormed into red. Here's how the other GC stars fared:
Young Frenchman beat Marc Soler from two-up sprint atop the Farrapona, Primoz Roglič retains red jersey after crossing line with Richard Carapaz and Dan Martin.
Spanish WorldTour team vows to keep pushing despite seeing all three of its leaders lose time on Moncalvillo.
Valverde took third on the stage and gained a valuable 57 seconds on his GC rivals to keep himself in the overall contention.
Days of infighting are gone as Marc Soler delivers huge win for Movistar at Vuelta a España.
Race leader Primož Roglič finishes in second, pads overall lead with bonus seconds.
Soler will get shot at Giro, while Valverde, Mas will lead Spain's 'blues' at Tour, Vuelta as team confirms racing plans.
The budding Spanish star is confident he can step up to help fill the gap left by Quintana, Landa, and Carapaz
Movistar rallied around Quintana's GC run a day after Marc Soler showed frustration with team tactics.
Movistar played chess high in the Alps on Thursday and came up big with a stage victory for Quintana at the expense of Landa
Movistar's Nairo Quintana will make his European season debut at Paris-Nice Sunday alongside defending champ Marc Soler.
We look ahead to Milano-Sanremo, and rank the favorites. Plus, how does MSR stack up against cycling's other monuments?
With many legends of Spanish cycling retired, a new generation of riders steps up to prove that the future is bright.
David De la Cruz (Sky) won the final stage of Paris-Nice for the second year-in-a-row, as Marc Soler (Movistar) took the overall title.