Staggi sounds. Arnesmann on launch flight, means Roglic keeps Vulta open

Thyme Arsman. 10 post node. It’s the Hoya de la Mora, the ‘Cima Fernandez’ theater in the Vuelta. He’s the hero of the day who spends an entire day on the run. He left with 28 others and then arrived alone this wonderful Dutch boy of only 22 years old. He has regained three positions in the general classification, in a Vuelta that he clearly sees among the great champions and his climb can only continue: he is on the launch pad.

Enrique Mas 9. The 27-year-old Spaniard from Movistar is today in the place of honor, with all the necessary honors, on a real stage, that “Queen”, in which he has not been king for a while.

Miguel Angel Lopez. 9. Astana owner and Beppe Martinelli think of a perfect stage at the table and the painter tries to paint something unique and unrepeatable. Obviously inspired. It is clear that he is on a good day, but in front of him is a person who anticipates the times and is forced to pay something. but that is not all.

Jay Fine. 8. Far away early in the morning, he’s looking for points for his blue polka dot jersey for the mountain Grand Prix. The 26-year-old Australian from Alpecin is one of the new faces on this Tour of Spain.

Primoz Roglic. 8. He looks like he’s struggling like crazy, but he eventually does one rev, which allows him to bite off 15 inches into the Remco. They’re not great, but the Vuelta is still quite open: the shirt is at 1’34”. It’s not an eon.

Ben O’Connor. 7,5. Ben Ben: Nice stage. Always ahead, always at the heart of the race, to stay with the nobility of this Giro.

John Helb. 9. He does things that are simply exceptional for a 19-year-old boy. He would have been about Lunigiana’s age, but instead he looks ready for the round.

Jay Hindley. 7. Stop attacking, trying to leave your mark. He failed the big shot, but if his performance isn’t great, he’s definitely leveling up.

Remco Evenbol. 7. Fight, work, check: pay. Pay nothing. Of course, she’s never going to be pretty when she gets left behind, but she’s still ahead.

Joao Almeida. 7. He walks at his own pace, not caring what they’re doing in front of his nose, let alone behind his back. He puts himself in a “let it be” position and then does so, at an absolutely flat pace, which keeps him on a level with: the others.

Mark Soler. 6.5. He runs in the wilderness and smells success too, then changes the wind and tastes defeat.

Carlos Rodriguez. 5.5 Today the young Spaniard pays for his duty, also losing fourth place to Ayuso. But he’s only 21 and he’s fit.

Wilco Kielderman. 17. After a few kilometers, a small group falls, in which the Dutch rider also participates, who receives a strong blow and does not immediately wake up, and then after treatment returns to the ranks.

Vincenzo Nibali. 6. After just a kilometer, the Shark departed with Louis Angel Mattei, Hugh Carthy, Rohan Dennis, Vojtech Ripa, and Karl Fredrik Hagen. At kilometer 22 Vincenzo Nibali, Rohan Dennis, and Hugh Carthy have 18 inches among the 26 pursuers: David de la Cruz (Astana), Jay Hindley (Bora Hansgrohe), Lawson Craddock (bike exchange), Robin Fernandez (Cofidis), Eli Gisbert (Arkea Samsic), Omer Goldstein (Israel Premier Tech), Nicolas Prodhomme (Ag2r Citroen), Rigoberto Uran (EF), Xabier Azparren (Euskaltel), Thymen Arensman (DSM), Louis Meintjes (Intermarché Wanty Gobert), Richard Carapaz ( Ineos), Sam Omen (Jumbo Visma), Nelson Oliveira (Movistar), Mark Soler and Brandon McNulty (UAE), Fausto Masnada and Louis Vervaijk (Quick Step), Gino Mader and Fred Wright (victor Bahrain), Sebastian Reichenbach and Rudy Mullard (Groupama FDJ), Jay Vine (Alpecin, Polka dot jersey), partner Xandro Meurisse, Mads Pedersen (green jersey, Trek Segafredo) and partner Antonio Tiberi. It will be these 29 runners who will impact the first stage of the race.

Withdraws. 39. Between Covid and retirements in two weeks of competition, 38 runners have already returned home. The 145 runners started this morning from Martos. During the day, Domenico Pozofevo also stopped, joining an already large group of pensioners. He was the best Italian in the standings (29 at 38’05” from Eveningpool), and now there’s Eduardo Zampanini, 35 at 59’06”.