Stage 14 of the Tour de France has ended with the climb to the Joux Plane, the most demanding of the 5, fully entering the Alps. The stage was marked at the beginning, with a brutal fall of 30 riders, in which Antonio Pedrero was involved. carlos rodriguez he plunged headlong into the descentto obtain it third national victory in this edition of the Tour and storm the third step of the podium in this Tour de France.
Antonio Pedrero (Abandoned): The Movistar cyclist has been forced to leave the Tour de France after being involved in the spectacular fall at the beginning of the stage, being the fourth Spanish cyclist to do so in this edition of the Tour. Rubén Guerreiro also dropped out, certifying a black Tour for the electrical team.
Carlos Rodríguez (1st): The man from Ineos kept up the pace throughout the race, making a great climb to launch himself like a wild boar and get first place on the descent. The lion from Almuñécar managed to redeem himself from the previous stage and storm the Tour podium thanks to a great stage.
Pello Bilbao (8th): The winner of the 10th stage failed to pass Adam Yates in the fourteenth stage, but he did pass Simon Yates, entering two seconds before the British cyclist.
Jonathan Castroviejo (15th): The national cyclist was helping Carlos Rodríguez in his teamwork, doing a great job for the cyclist from Granada.
Mikel Landa (21st): The one from Bahrain remained in the main group throughout the entire route, although on the climb he could not keep up the pace and fell off the hook.
Marc Soler (34th): The UAE cyclist takes two great stages from the competition to the Alps, once again finishing in the top 50.
Gorka Izagirre (49th): The Movistar cyclist entered with a large group about 30 minutes after Carlos Rodríguez, in a very dark stage for his team.
Alex Aranburu (57th): The man from Movistar reached the finish line in the same group as his teammate, Gorka Izaguirre, reflecting the gray Tour of the electric team.
Omar Fraile (75th): He entered with a large group, in a quiet stage for the Ineos cyclist, who will be happy with the great victory of Carlos Rodríguez.
Juanpe López (78th): The Andalusian tried to break away, but the Lidl-Trek cyclist has not had his day.
Ion Izagirre (117th): After the victory achieved on matchday 12, the Basque had a calmer day, entering with a large group 38 minutes after Carlos Rodríguez.