Vuelta a España 2023 today, stage 7: profile and route

Lenny Martinez, the youngest leader He will have quite a bit of the entire history of La Vuelta at 20 years and 51 days easy to keep the red jersey in this seventh stage with a completely flat stretch. After all the changes in classification at Javalambre, where the jumbo showed its strength and former leader Evenepoel (of the four previous competitors, the Belgian, 23, was the oldest) had a ‘bad day’, You will have a relatively comfortable day of rest today. The Soudal man commented after Javalambre that he had some pain (head and back) three days after the crash in Andorra, but he didn’t want to apologize for it.

It’s going to be a long day, 201 km between Utiel and Oliva. Day of the importance of the Valencian roads that pass through towns such as Requena, Torrent, the capital city of Valencia itself, Cullera and Gandía…in fact the last 70km will be near the sea so wind will be a factor to consider. There is no rating level and it is an ideal day for a sprint. So far, the Australian Kaden Groves from Alpecin has been the undisputed dominator in this regard. Although he starts as a favourite, he will certainly have competition.

General Ranking

Lenny Martinez

GFC 9:40:35 p.m

Sep kiss

TJV +00:08

Marc Soler

UAD +00:51

Wouter Poels

TBV +01:41

Steff Cras

HAVE +01:48

Michael Landa

TBV +01:58

Jefferson Alveiro Cepeda

CJR +02:06

David de la Cruz Melgarejo

BRANCH +02:23

Remco Evenepoel

SOQ +02:47

Enric More Nicolau

MOV +02:50

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