Vuelta. Carapaz does it once more, Roglic shakes Evenepoel.

Vuelta. Carapaz does it once more, Roglic shakes Evenepoel.

Ecuadorian climber Richard Carapaz gained the fourteenth stage of the Vuelta solo on Saturday on the high of the Sierra de la Pandera in Andalusia. For his half, Primoz Roglic revived the overall by wobbling the chief Remco Evenepoel.

In a soporific stage that led to fireworks, the Ecuadorian Olympic champion withstood the return of Primoz Roglic and Miguel Angel Lopez by sustaining an eight-second lead on the road.

The one survivor of the breakaway of the day, Richard Carapaz, Olympic champion 2021, gained his second stage on the 2022 Spanish loop, two days after his tour de drive on the high of the Penas Blancas.

Eight days after carrying the pink jersey, the Belgian prodigy Remco Evenepoel conceded for the primary time 48 seconds total on his runner-up Primoz Roglic (Jumbo) and twenty seconds on Enric Mas (Movistar).

Evenepoel anticipated on the flip

The one nicknamed “the little cannibal” now solely has a 1’49” lead over the three-time Slovenian title holder and a couple of’43” over the Spaniard.

Disadvantaged of his luxurious teammate Julian Alaphilippe since Wednesday and sufferer of a fall “with out penalties” in line with him Thursday in a descent, the 22-year-old Belgian was unable to observe the assault carried by Primoz Roglic at 4 kilometers from the end within the 12% sections of the primary class move at almost 2000 meters above sea stage.

Sunday, Evenepoel is anticipated on the flip because the peloton will face the queen stage of the 2022 version of the Vuelta with the arrival on the horrible summit of Hoya de la Mora: 19.3 kilometers at 7.9% common and 2500 meters above sea stage!

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