BicyclePreview: Vuelta a España already Roglic's to lose as race enters second...

Preview: Vuelta a España already Roglic’s to lose as race enters second week

Egan Bernal summed up the lay of the land at the Vuelta a España neatly in this, the third year of its Primož Roglič era. “Anything can happen,” Bernal said during his rest day press conference on Monday, “but it’s difficult to imagine winning the race.”

While Roglič lined up for this Vuelta as the defending champion and, perhaps, the marginal favourite, Bernal arrived in Spain flanked by what appeared to be the strongest team in the race, with Adam Yates and Richard Carapaz as co-leaders, and athletes of the calibre of Pavel Sivakov, Tom Pidcock and Dylan van Baarle riding in support.

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