This Sunday, January 22, the start of the Vuelta a San Juan 2023 will take place with a route of 143.9 kilometers for the cyclists of the competition. Fernando Gaviria, Miguel Ángel López, Egan Bernal and Sergio Higuita are some of the Colombians that will be part of the bullfights in Argentina. In total there will be 15 runners from our country in the race.
Follow the first stage of the Vuelta a San Juan 2023 live
There will be seven stages in a row, four will be flat and there will be no individual time trial in this 39th edition. January 26 will be the day of rest for a race that returns after two years of absence. Remco Evenepoel is the last winner of the competition that was held in 2020. It should be noted that the Vuelta a San Juan returns to the UCI calendar.
Routes of different stages of the Vuelta a San Juan
The first four stages will be flat and in the fourth we will see an ascent of up to 2,219 meters in the Alto de la Virgen de Andacollo and then the descent will be in Barreal. The fifth stage will have a total of four passes and the last one will be the Alto del Colorado with a total of 2,624 meters.
First stage (January 22) San Juan – San Juan (143.9 km)
Second stage (January 23) Fertil Valley – Jáchal (201.1 km)
Third stage (January 24) Villicum Autodrome – Villicum Autodrome (170.9 km)
Fourth stage (January 25) Villicum – Barreal racetrack (196.5 km)
Fifth stage (January 27) Chimbas – Upper Colorado (173.7 km)
Sixth stage (January 28) Vicente Chancay Velodrome – Vicente Chancay Velodrome (144.9 km)
Seventh stage (January 29) San Juan – San Juan (112 km)