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Vuelta a España

All the Podium Cafe coverage of Spain's grand tour

Vuelta Stage 15: Don’t Call It a Preview

Vuelta Stage 14 Preview: (I) Don’t Believe My Eyes

Vuelta Stage 13 Preview: Don’t Have a Cow

Vuelta Stage 11 Preview: Don’t Bother, Sprinters

Vuelta Stage 9 Preview: Don’t Hold Back

Andorra la Vella - Cortals d’Encamp (94.4km)

Vuelta Stage 4 Preview: Don’t Change Anything

Cullera - El Puig (175.5km)

Who Wins the Vuelta?

Or "Is this a Primož Roglič coronation?"

Well Well, Vuelta

Vuelta Route: Is this Still the Vuelta?

Vuelta Stage 6: Sprinter from the Black Lagoon

Vuelta Stage 11: Lopez Steals away, Chaves Slips Back

Vuelta Stage 7: Mountains Soon, I Swear

Vuelta Stage 5: Standard Fare, Really

Steep ramps are meat and drink for this race.

Vuelta Stage 4: Sprints are Fun...

It’s a race to the coast with a bunch kick at the end, I suppose.

Vuelta Stage 3: Froome Takes Red Jersey as Nibali Nabs Stage

Winning the Vuelta

Who’ll win the third Grand Tour?

Notes from the Evil Desk

Vuelta: Quintana Takes Control

It was a crazy day of attacking on the Vuelta.

Vuelta: Gesink's Day; Nothing Can Separate Top Two

It was second time lucky for LottoNL's Robert Gesink after his second place on Monday's stage 10.

Vuelta Stage 12: Euskadi!

A transition day through one of cycling's favourite regions.

Vuelta Stage 11: When Does it Stop Being a Twist?

Vuelta Stage 6: Slightly Less, Slightly More

Podium Cafe's Vuelta Roundtable!

So we're back again for some semi-coherent discourse, this time for the Vuelta. Yet again, we bring you another PDC member, who we lured into the trap of debating this stuff with us. Topics covered include Conor's willingness to triple Galicia's exports, Chris' turnaround on Nairo, and Jens' love of the Tour de L'Avenir.

Who Can Nick a Mountain Stage?

Vuelta: Team ambitions

Degenkolb Takes Stage 21; Aru Crowned Vuelta Champ

John Degenkolb sprinted to his first victory of the Vuelta as Fabio Aru strolled home to take overall honours.

Dumoulin Dominates Time Trial, GC Still Undecided

Tom Dumoulin backed up his great climbing with better time trialling, putting him in red. Joaquím Rodríguez had a worse day, and is now all but out of contention

Vuelta Stage 11: Non-Stop Climbing

Vuelta Stage 10: Break or Sprint?

Dumoulin Takes Back Red Jersey with Stunning Win

Tom Dumoulin won stage 9 of the Vuelta in an inspired display, overhauling Chris Froome in the final 50 metres.

Vuelta Stage 9: Category What?

Vuelta Stage 8: Let's Call it a Flat Stage