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Vuelta a España: Which GC riders lost time on stage 9 summit finish



The unforgiving roads and climbs of Andalucia’s barren mountains and nine days of intense racing combined to create significant weaknesses amongst the overall contenders at the Vuelta a España, with just one constant: Primož Roglič remained firmly in control of the race leader’s red jersey on the Alto de Velefique.

After Jumbo-Visma controlled the peloton for much of the 188km stage, Roglič again marked his rivals and then made his own moves to first close down a dangerous attack by Adam Yates (Ineos Grenadiers) and then surge ahead with Movistar’s Enric Mas. Everyone was left in their wake, losing precious time.



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