The Spaniards on the Tour: Carlos Rodríguez loses 15 seconds compared to Hindley

The Tour de France has completed the 13th stage of the Tour de France in which the Polish Kwiatkowski has taken the victory. A day in which Carlos Rodríguez gave up 15 seconds with Hindley, third classified, since he could not follow Pogacar’s attack 500 meters from the finish line. A day in which Pogacar has managed to cut Vingegaard by 8′, further gaining the first position in the general classification. This has been the performance of the Spanish in the Tour stage:

Carlos Rodriguez (11th): The one from Ineos kept the pace throughout the race. In the end, it was seen that he was just in strength compared to the favorites in a day in which he lost 15 seconds compared to Hindley, who occupies the last step of the podium.

Pello Bilbao (17th): The winner of the 10th stage lost two places in the general with respect to Adam and Simon Yates, so he leaves this day in 7th position.

Mikel Landa (22nd): The one from Bahrain remained in the main group throughout the entire route, although seven kilometers from the finish line he could not keep up the pace and fell off the hook.

Jonathan Castroviejo (25th): The national cyclist was helping Carlos Rodríguez in his teamwork and came just over four minutes behind Kwiatkowski.

Marc Soler (42nd): Magnificent stage of the Emirates rider did his teamwork escorting Pogacar at all times on the ascent of the Grand Colombiere.

Antonio Pedrero (74th): An uneventful day for the Spaniard as he remained in the peloton throughout the stage, recharging his strength for the tough stage ahead in the Alps.

Ion Izagirre (77th): After the victory achieved in the 12th round, the Basque had a calmer day where he recharged his strength after the enormous effort made on Thursday where he achieved the second Spanish victory.

Omar Fraile (78th): He entered the same group as Ion where he had a quiet stage where he will wait for more favorable stages for him.

Alex Aranburu (79th): The Movistar rider reached the finish line in the same group as Fraile and the Izagirre brothers, 22 minutes behind the winner.

Gorka Izagirre (80th): Just like his teammate, he remained in the peloton throughout the 12th stage.

Juanpe López (130th): The Andalusian entered more than 23 minutes behind the head in what is being his first appearance in the French competition and where he is gaining experience.

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