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Tour of Valencia odds

Tour of Valencia 2022 will be held 2-6 february 2022. There is no odds at Tour of Valencia (Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana) 2022 yet, but we have found odds at Tour de France 2022.

Tour of Valencia (Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana) 2021 - Overall winner

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Stefan Küng1.021.02
Nelson Oliveira21.0021.00
Enric Mas Nicolau101.00101.00
Miles Scotson101.00101.00
Élie Gesbert251.00251.00
Victor Lafay251.00251.00
Matis Louvel401.00401.00
Rémy Mertz401.00401.00
Abner González601.00601.00
Juan Diego Alba601.00601.00
Rémy Rochas601.00601.00
John Degenkolb751.00751.00
Jonathan Lastra Martínez751.00751.00
Luis Ángel Maté751.00751.00
Colin Joyce1001.001001.00
Diego López1001.001001.00
Gotzon Martín2001.002001.00
José Joaquín Rojas2001.002001.00
Alan Boileau2501.002501.00
Daniel Alejandro Mendez2501.002501.00
Eliot Lietaer2501.002501.00
Franck Bonnamour2501.002501.00
Jesús Ezquerra2501.002501.00
José Herrada2501.002501.00
Nathan Brown2501.002501.00
Paul Double2501.002501.00
Thibault Guernalec2501.002501.00
Ángel Madrazo4501.004501.00
Alejandro Osorio4501.004501.00
Alexandre Balmer4501.004501.00
Antoine Raugel4501.004501.00
Arnaud Démare4501.004501.00
Brendan Rhim4501.004501.00
Carlos Garcia Pierna4501.004501.00
Daniel Navarro4501.004501.00
Diego Rosa4501.004501.00
Dimitri Peyskens4501.004501.00
Filippo Conca4501.004501.00
Gianni Marchand4501.004501.00
Imanol Erviti4501.004501.00
Jefferson Alveiro Cepeda4501.004501.00
Jelle Vanendert4501.004501.00
Joey Rosskopf4501.004501.00
Jonathan Hivert4501.004501.00
Kévin Ledanois4501.004501.00
Laurens Huys4501.004501.00
Magnus Sheffield4501.004501.00
Mikel Iturria4501.004501.00
Nicola Bagioli4501.004501.00
Robin Carpenter4501.004501.00
Sava Novikov4501.004501.00
Sebastián Mora4501.004501.00
Txomin Juaristi Arrieta4501.004501.00

Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana 2021

The 2021 Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana is a cycling stage race that will take place in Valencian Community, Spain, from Wednesday, April 14 to Sunday, April 18, 2021. It will be the 72nd edition of the race and will sprint as a 2.Pro event on the UCI Europe Tour, as well as part of the inaugural UCI ProSeries for the second time.

Also known as the Tour of the Valencian Community or simply Tour of Valencia in English, had not been held in some years previously, but it is still very popular among riders. This year's race, which was scheduled to begin in February, has also been postponed due to increased COVID-19 risk. However, as the race takes place, the GC action could likely be boiled down to the third and fourth days. The Queen Stage has a total elevation rise of over 4,000 meters, while a stage is an individual time trial.

The Route

On Wednesday, April 14th the race is going to take off by confident and arduous riders who are mostly aiming to win the race with mind-blowing performances. The race will run completely in Valencia's autonomous community, with five ultimate stages traversing approximately 620 kilometers and beginning in Elche and finishing in Valencia. In principle, the race provides sprinters with two chances including a hilly race and an ITT, as well as a stage for climbers with over 4,000 vertical meters.

The 1st stage is gone on a route of four intermediate slopes, with the majority of vertical meters coming in the final stages. The race will begin in Elche and end in Ondara, covering a total race distance of 166.3 kilometers. Stage 2 is an attraction to the agile men to have their way in Alicante's streets with a 179-kilometer hard sprint.

The Tour of Valencia's Queen Stage comes on the 3rd day of the competition. The 165-kilometer path, which includes fifteen climbs and more than 4,000 vertical meters, will pass via Torrent and end in Alto de la Reina, in a style similar to Liège-Bastogne-Liège in Spain.

The 4th stage, a nearly 14.3-kilometer ITT near the Mediterranean Sea, is a pan-flat ITT, while stage 5 is another alternative for sprinters to shine. The final stage will last for approximately 95.5 kilometers, starting in Paterna and ending in Valencia.

Participating teams

Because of its position on the cycling calendar, it is often used as a preparation for the spring classics or grand tours later in the season. That's the reason, every year the race is contested with many experts and fresher riders to enjoy the race. Here the expected top competitors and competing teams are shown below.

Top competitors: Arnaud Démare, Alejandro Valverde, John Degenkolb, Caleb Ewan, Bram Welten, Jonathan Lastra, Kobe Goossens, Ylber Sefa, Michael Van Staeyen, Dušan Rajović.

Competing teams: Movistar Team, Burgos-BH, EvoPro Racing, Euskaltel - Euskadi, Tarteletto - Isorex, Groupama - FDJ, DELKO, Lotto Soudal, Team Arkéa Samsic, Caja Rural - Seguros RGA, Equipo Kern Pharma, Cofidis–Solutions Crédits and so on.

Recent Champions

The 2020 race was won by Slovenian Tadej Pogačar of the UAE Team Emirates team. He achieved first place defeating by Australian rider Jack Haig of Mitchelton–Scott and British rider Tao Geoghegan Hart of Team Ineos who finished the race as second and third winners respectively.

Other champions are also included form recent years such as Ion Izagirre (Astana) 2019, Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) 2018, Nairo Quintana   (Movistar Team) 2017, Wout Poels (Team Sky) 2016.