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Volta a Catalunya odds

Volta a Catalunya 2022 will be held 21-27 march 2022, after Vuelta a San Juan 2022.

Volta a Catalunya 2021 - Overall winner

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Adam Yates1.081.07
Geraint Thomas21.0021.00
Richie Porte23.0021.00
Esteban Chaves34.0026.00
Simon Yates41.0041.00
Alejandro Valverde51.0051.00
João Almeida51.0051.00
Wilco Kelderman81.0081.00
Michael Woods101.00101.00
Nairo Quintana Rojas126.00101.00
Sepp Kuss126.00101.00
Hugh John Carthy151.00126.00
Harm Vanhoucke151.00151.00
Lucas Hamilton151.00151.00
Richard Carapaz151.00151.00
Enric Mas Nicolau201.00201.00
Fausto Masnada201.00201.00
Brandon Mc Nulty301.00251.00
Steven Kruijswijk501.00501.00
Antwan Tolhoek601.00501.00
Ruben Guerreiro601.00601.00
Santiago Buitrago601.00601.00
Óscar Rodríguez751.00601.00
Maxim Van Gils751.00751.00
Jonathan Castroviejo801.00601.00
Chris Harper801.00751.00
David De La Cruz1001.00401.00
Daniel Martin1001.001001.00
Lennard Kämna1001.001001.00
Luis León Sánchez1001.001001.00
Marc Hirschi1001.001001.00
Rigoberto Urán1001.001001.00
Steff Cras1001.001001.00
James Knox1501.001001.00
Marc Soler1501.001001.00
Clément Champoussin1501.001501.00
Gianluca Brambilla1501.001501.00
Harold Tejada1501.001501.00
Jaime Castrillo1501.001501.00
Rubén Fernández1501.001501.00
Stefan De Bod1501.001501.00
Tanel Kangert1501.001501.00
Thymen Arensman1501.001501.00
Rohan Dennis2001.001001.00
Chris Froome2001.001501.00
Hermann Pernsteiner2001.001501.00
Joe Dombrowski2001.001501.00
Thomas De Gendt2001.001501.00
Bob Jungels2501.002001.00
Matej Mohoric2501.002001.00
Andres C.Ardila2501.002501.00
Attila Valter2501.002501.00
Mattias Skjelmose Jensen2501.002501.00
Merhawi Kudus2501.002501.00
Rein Taaramäe2501.002501.00
Rob Britton2501.002501.00
Sylvain Moniquet2501.002501.00
Tejay Van Garderen4501.003001.00
Wouter Poels4501.003001.00
Brent Bookwalter4501.004001.00
Rémi Cavagna4501.004001.00
Diego Andrés Camargo4501.004501.00
Gavin Mannion4501.004501.00
Jaakko Hänninen4501.004501.00
Joey Rosskopf4501.004501.00
Kilian Frankiny4501.004501.00
Robert Power4501.004501.00
Vadim Pronskiy4501.004501.00

Volta a Catalunya 2021

The centennial edition of the Volta a Catalunya is a cycling race announced to take place in Callela on Monday 22 March to finish on Sunday 28th with eight races on the Montjuic circuit in Barcelona. Within the first four days, most uphill action is packed, while stage 2 will be the extreme time trial. The race is rated as a 2.UWT event and will sprint on the UCI Worldtour.

Together with the Vuelta a España and the Tour of the Basque Country, it is one of three World Tour stage races in Spain. The race had multiple different calendar dates, with September, June, and May running earlier. As part of the UCI World Tour, it has been on the calendar in late March since 2010.

It was first held in 1911 and usually runs over seven days and embraces the autonomous community of Catalonia in northeastern Spain, and involves one or two stages in the Pyrenees mountain region. Traditionally, the race concludes with a stage in Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, on the popular Montjuïc Climb and Park circuit.

The Route

The race starts with an out-and-back run in Calella and finishes at the Montjuic circuit in Barcelona. In terms of GC, on the second day and the high altitude finishes of stage 3 and stage 4, the race is predicted to come down to the ITT.

While the Volta a Catalunya begins with a sprint from Calella to Calella for the ninth consecutive time, the trail is never the same. This edition's 1st stage is less demanding but also features three climbs. On stage 2, the race serves as an individual time trial. On a rolling 21.1 kilometer distance, the riders move back from Banyoles to Banyoles.

On the third day of action, De GC's fight intensifies further. Stage 3 sprints into gear around Castelldefels's Canal Olímpic Catalunya to end uphill in Vallter 2000. The climb is 11 kilometers high and the average elevation is 7.6 percent to the ski station. The 4th stage turns from Ripoll to Port Ainé covering two intermediate climbs. The climb to the end averages 6.8 percent over its 18.5-kilometer range. Riders have to travel from La Pobla de Segur to Manresa on the 5th stage that looks like the stage is as usual.

The Volta a Catalunya moves to Mataró on the 6th stage that returns after 39 years. The last station in the geographic center of Catalonia dates back to 1982 when the spoils were taken by the Dutchman Johan van der Velde. The final stage finishes with six runs on Barcelona's hilly 6.6-kilometer Montjuic circuit.

Participating Teams

Historically the race is popular and has been run for hundreds years, there are many experienced and fresher teams take part in the race.

Competing teams: Lotto Soudal, Astana - Premier Tech, Bahrain - Victorious, AG2R Citroën Team, Intermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux, Movistar Team, Team Jumbo-Visma, Deceuninck - Quick Step, Trek - Segafredo, Israel Start-Up Nation, Equipo Kern Pharma, BORA - hansgrohe, Cofidis–Solutions Crédits, EF Education - Nippo, Groupama - FDJ, INEOS Grenadiers, Team Qhubeka ASSOS, UAE-Team Emirates, Alpecin-Fenix and many more.

Recent Victorians

Colombian cyclist Miguel Ángel López won the 2019 race from team Astana with tremendous performance. He took the first position, sealing the overall victory ahead of Adam Yates and Egan Bernal. While the 2020 edition was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

There are other recent victorians are including Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) 2018 and 2017, Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team) 2016, Richie Porte (Team Sky) 2015, Joaquim Rodríguez (Team Katusha) 2014.