The Tour de France has finished the tenth stage of its 110th edition in which the cyclists have completed a 167.5-kilometre mid-mountain route between Vulcania and Issoire. The Spanish cyclist of the Bahrain team, Pello Bilbao, has ended a long 5-year drought without a national victory today. Antonio Pedrero was also in the fight. This is how it went for the Spanish representation in the tenth stage of the Tour:
bilbao hair (1st): Spain once again achieved a victory in the Tour de France 100 stages later thanks to Pello Bilbao. The Bahrain cyclist put in a sensational sprint to get a very special victory for the Bahraini team, as Bilbao dedicated the victory to his former teammate Gino Mäder. His group neutralized Neilands with 3 km to go, and the Biscayan was lethal in the final meters.
antonio pedrero (6th): The Movistar cyclist was together with Pello Bilbao in the fight for the stage. Good performance from the Movistar cyclist who entered just 3 seconds after his compatriot at the finish line.
Alex Aranburu (13th): Unlike his teammate, the Movistar cyclist was not close to victory and remained within the peloton in this tenth stage.
david de la cruz (24th): The Astana cyclist remained within the peloton, being the first cyclist from his team to reach the finish line.
Ion Izagirre (29th): The Cofidis cyclist, like most of the Spaniards in today’s stage, has remained within the peloton protecting his leader.
carlos rodriguez (32nd): The current leader of the Ineos team on this Tour remains 4th in the general classification, after joining the peloton at the finish line.
Michael Landa (41st): Landa’s performance today is not remarkable, who, like his compatriots, entered the finish line with the peloton. He sure will be happy with the victory of his teammate.
Jonathan Castroviejo (50th): The teammate of Carlos Rodríguez and Egan Bernal has fulfilled his role, protecting the cyclist from Almuñécar in the peloton.
Gorka Izagirre (55th): The Movistar cyclist was unable to keep up with his teammate Pedrero and was unable to break away from the peloton at this stage of the Tour.
omar friar (81st): The Ineos cyclist played a secondary role in today’s stage, entering the second large group.
Juanpe Lopez (123rd): The Lidl Terk rider who entered with the penultimate group did not have a great stage.
Marc Soler (129th) The UAE cyclist could not help Pogaçar in today’s stage, entering the same group as Juanpe López.