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Haig steps up to plate as Landa’s Vuelta a España challenge fades at Alto de Velefique

When Jan Tratnik reached the top of the Alto de Velefique, he didn’t quite know what to say. His Bahrain Victorious teammate Damiano Caruso had won stage 9 of the Vuelta a España, his team leader Mikel Landa had lost all hopes of final overall victory, and Jack Haig had climbed to within touching distance of the podium after placing fourth on the day.

With Caruso still detained by the podium ceremonies and with Bahrain Victorious seemingly reluctant to make Haig or Landa available for comment, the reporters corralled in the mixed zone past the finish line opted to flag down Tratnik for some reaction to the team’s day of contrasting fortunes.

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