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Who wins Vuelta a España 2021?

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Wout Van Aert2.752.75
Mathieu Van Der Poel10.0010.00
Julian Alaphilippe11.0011.00
Matej Mohoric13.0013.00
Sonny Colbrelli15.0015.00
Magnus Cort Nielsen17.0017.00
Kasper Asgreen19.0019.00
Remco Evenepoel21.0021.00
Primož Roglic26.0026.00
Thomas Pidcock26.0026.00
Tadej Pogacar29.0029.00
Benoît Cosnefroy34.0034.00
Mads Pedersen34.0034.00
Peter Sagan34.0034.00
Alexander Kristoff41.0041.00
Jasper Stuyven41.0041.00
Matteo Trentin41.0041.00
Caleb Ewan51.0051.00
Ethan Hayter51.0051.00
Michael Matthews51.0051.00
Michal Kwiatkowski51.0051.00
Tiesj Benoot51.0051.00
Giacomo Nizzolo67.0067.00
Marc Hirschi67.0067.00
João Almeida81.0081.00
Mikkel Frølich Honoré81.0081.00
Rémi Cavagna81.0081.00
Tom Dumoulin81.0081.00
Davide Ballerini101.00101.00
Gianni Moscon101.00101.00
Michael Valgren101.00101.00
Quinn Simmons101.00101.00
Tim Wellens101.00101.00
Alex Aranburu126.00126.00
Arnaud Démare126.00126.00
Filippo Ganna126.00126.00
Florian Senechal126.00126.00
Maximilian Schachmann126.00126.00
Mike Teunissen126.00126.00
Nils Politt126.00126.00
Pascal Ackermann126.00126.00
Stefan Küng126.00126.00
Andrea Bagioli151.00151.00
Andreas Kron151.00151.00
Rasmus Tiller151.00151.00
Søren Kragh Andersen151.00151.00
Vincenzo Nibali151.00151.00
Alexey Lutsenko201.00201.00
Diego Ulissi201.00201.00
Iván García Cortina201.00201.00
Sergio Higuita201.00201.00
Yves Lampaert201.00201.00
Nikias Arndt251.00251.00
Nils Eekhoff251.00251.00

Vuelta a España 2021

The 2021 Vuelta a España is a three-week cycling grand tour that will begin on August 14, 2021 in Burgos and end on September 5, 2021 in Santiago de Compostela. This will be the 76th edition of the Vuelta a España and the third and final grand tour of the 2021 men's road cycling season.

This is one of the few annual multi-stage bicycle races that takes place mainly in Spain, with occasional passing through neighboring countries. The Vuelta is a UCI World Tour event that will be run this year as a 2.UWT event throughout the roads of Spain. The Vuelta, along with the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia, is one of cycling's prestigious three-week Grand Tours.

The Route

On February 11, 2021, the organizers of the Vuelta a España released the course for the 2021 edition. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire race will take place only in Spain. While the route alters every year, the race structure remains consistent, with at least two-time trials. The modern editions of the competition consist of 21 day-long stages spread out over a 23-day period, including two rest days. The Vuelta will take place over 21 extremely tough races, with many of the riders being seasoned climbers vying for a solid victory. Surprisingly, the Vuelta's first and last stages will be individual time trials with distances of roughly 8 km and 33.7 km, respectively.

In addition, the 2021 route will incorporate a new major mountain pass, the Alto de Gamoniteiru, where Stage 18 will conclude. This year's Vuelta will be the first to end outside of Madrid since 2014. The last stage will be an individual time trial in Santiago de Compostela, as it was in 2014.

The riders' times are compounded with their previous stage times once all of the stages are timed to the finish. The rider with the fastest overall time is the race leader and wears the red jersey. While the general classification receives the greatest attention, there are additional competitions staged inside the Vuelta: the sprinters' points classification, the climbers' mountains classification, the all-around riders' combination classification, and the competing teams' team classification.

Participating Teams

The race was lengthened as the Vuelta acquired status and popularity, and its reach began to extend all over the world. In this edition, twenty-three teams are expected to participate. All nineteen UCI WorldTeams are required to compete. The four UCI ProTeams are anticipated to compete where Alpecin-Fenix is the best-performing ProTeam in 2020, will be automatically selected, along with three wildcard teams chosen by the Amaury Sport Organization.

Generally, only twenty-two teams compete in the race, but the Union Cycliste Internationale has granted grand tour organizers permission to invite one additional wildcard team in 2021 to accommodate for the hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Recent Winners

The Vuelta a España involves four individual classifications, for which jerseys are awarded to the leading rider after every stage, as well as a team competition. The general classification, which is computed by adding each rider's stage finishing timings, is the most important classification. 

Slovenian racing cyclist Primož Roglič is the most recent winner of the Vuelta a España. He took the title riding for Team Jumbo-Visma in the 2020 edition ahead of Richard CARAPAZ (INEOS Grenadiers) and Hugh CARTHY (EF Pro Cycling).

Other recent Vuelta winners are Primož Roglič (Team Jumbo-Visma) 2019, Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) 2018,  Chris Froome (Team Sky) 2017, Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team) 2016, Fabio Aru (Astana Pro Team) 2015.