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Volta a Catalunya 2019 odds

Who wins stage 1 at Volta a Catalunya 2019?

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Michael Matthews3.503.50
Thomas De Gendt4.004.00
Luis Ángel Maté7.007.00
Daryl Impey9.009.00
Ryan Gibbons9.009.00
Alejandro Valverde11.0011.00
Jay Mc Carthy11.0011.00
André Greipel12.0012.00
Álvaro José Hodeg15.0015.00
Alexis Gougeard15.0015.00
Patrick Bevin17.0017.00
Ángel Madrazo21.0021.00
Hugo Hofstetter23.0023.00
Mikel Aristi26.0026.00
Erik Baška34.0034.00
Nathan Haas34.0034.00
Pello Bilbao34.0034.00
Phil Bauhaus34.0034.00
Élie Gesbert51.0051.00
Maximilian Schachmann51.0051.00
Petr Vakoc51.0051.00
Egan Bernal67.0067.00
Nelson Soto67.0067.00
Tony Gallopin67.0067.00
Daniel Martin101.00101.00
Enrico Gasparotto101.00101.00
Grega Bole101.00101.00
Thibaut Pinot101.00101.00
Antwan Tolhoek126.00126.00
Michael Woods126.00126.00
Adam Yates151.00151.00
Alan Banaszek151.00151.00
Bjorg Lambrecht151.00151.00
Dion Smith151.00151.00
Fabio Sabatini151.00151.00
Jesús Herrada151.00151.00
Simon Yates151.00151.00
Xandro Meurisse151.00151.00
Dries Devenyns201.00201.00
Mark Padun201.00201.00
Wilco Kelderman201.00201.00
Danilo Wyss251.00251.00
Pavel Sivakov251.00251.00
Rui Oliveira251.00251.00
Simon Geschke251.00251.00
Chris Froome301.00301.00

Who wins Volta a Catalunya 2019?

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Alejandro Valverde3.503.50
Egan Bernal3.753.75
Nairo Quintana Rojas8.008.00
Adam Yates9.009.00
Simon Yates13.0013.00
Thibaut Pinot15.0015.00
Richie Porte17.0017.00
Enric Mas Nicolau19.0019.00
Miguel Ángel López19.0019.00
Daniel Martin21.0021.00
Romain Bardet23.0023.00
Iván Ramiro Sosa26.0026.00
Steven Kruijswijk26.0026.00
Chris Froome41.0041.00
Richard Carapaz41.0041.00
Hugh Carthy51.0051.00
Marc Soler51.0051.00
Michael Woods51.0051.00
Ilnur Zakarin67.0067.00
Pello Bilbao67.0067.00
Davide Formolo101.00101.00
Rafal Majka101.00101.00
Wilco Kelderman101.00101.00
Esteban Chaves151.00151.00
Jesús Herrada151.00151.00
Ben O'connor201.00201.00
Jonathan Klever Caicedo201.00201.00
Tejay Van Garderen201.00201.00
Warren Barguil201.00201.00
Antwan Tolhoek301.00301.00
Daniel Navarro301.00301.00
Guillaume Martin351.00351.00
Joe Dombrowski351.00351.00
Mark Padun351.00351.00
Thomas De Gendt351.00351.00
Giulio Ciccone501.00501.00
James Knox501.00501.00
Robert Power501.00501.00
Sepp Kuss501.00501.00
Sergio Pardilla501.00501.00
Simon Špilak501.00501.00
Tanel Kangert501.00501.00

Volta a Catalunya 2019

The Volta a Catalunya 2019 is a professional men’s road stage race in Spain, taking place between Monday 25th March and Sunday 31st March. Now in its 99th year, the 2019 race begins with a mountainous first stage in Calella and finishes with a hilly criterium in Barcelona. Days three and four, in particular, will likely play a huge part in deciding the winner as they feature high altitude finishes.

The current title holder is Alejandro Valverde (Team Movistar), who beat fellow teammate Nairo Quintana (Team Movistar) and Pierre Latour (Team AG2R La Mondiale) on the podium.

The seven-stage 2019 route 

Stage 1: Calella - Calella. 164 km
Stage 2: Mataró - Sant Feliu de Guixols. 179.6 km
Stage 3: Sant Feliu de Guixols - Vallter 2000 (Setcases). 179 km
Stage 4: Llanars (Vall de Camprodon) - La Molina. 150.3 km
Stage 5: Puigcerdà - Sant Cugat. 188.1 km
Stage 6: Valls - Vilaseca. 174.3 km
Stage 7: Barcelona - Barcelona. 143.1 km

The 2019 route features a number of hilly stages as well as opportunities for the sprinters. Starting in Calella, the first stage is an out and back hilly race, which may well boil down to a sprint finish. A sprint finish is also on the cards on stage two, which features three moderate climbs.

Stage three features a high altitude finish in Vallter 2000 - the final climb up to the ski resort being 12 km at an average gradient of 7.3%. Stage four is another mountains stage with the traditional Volta a Catalunya summit finish at La Molina. Valverde won here in 2018 and 2017 in a title decisive victory. The final climb is 9 km at 6%, before a quick 2 km climb to the line.

Stage five starts high up in the mountains with a big climb to start, before an undulating second half of the stage ending in the suburbs of Barcelona. Stage six, finishing in Vilaseca, will likely see the sprinters back to the front. The end of the 2019 race features a circuit route around Barcelona.