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Completed, Aug 24-Sep 17, 2019
 

The 2019 Vuelta a España is a UCI World Tour event. "La Vuelta" will begin in the town of Torrevieja, near Alicante, on August 24 and finish in Madrid on September 15, with 3,272 kilometres (2033 miles) of racing in between.

Live and on-demand broadcast of the 2019 Vuelta a Espana is available to viewers in Canada.

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  1. Roglic Wins Vuelta, Jakobsen Takes Final Stage

    Roglic Wins Vuelta, Jakobsen Takes Final Stage

    Sep 16, 2019

    Primoz Roglic was too fatigued following the Giro d'Italia to compete in the Tour de France, but he had the last word when avoiding any final day mishap on the Vuelta a Espana's ceremonial ride into Madrid on Sunday to become the first Slovenian to win one of cycling's three Grand Tours.
  2. Pogacar Stuns In Stage 20, Roglic Defends Red

    Pogacar Stuns In Stage 20, Roglic Defends Red

    Sep 16, 2019

    Slovenia's Primoz Roglic assured victory in the Vuelta a Espana on Saturday and needs only to complete the short ceremonial run to Madrid on Sunday to lift his first Grand Tour after another "good day" in the saddle.
  3. Roglic Survives Stage 19 Crash, Cavagna Solos To Vuelta Win

    Roglic Survives Stage 19 Crash, Cavagna Solos To Vuelta Win

    Sep 13, 2019

    Frenchman Remi Cavagna of Deceuninck-Quick Step, the lone survivor of a breakaway, won stage 19 of the Vuelta a Espana on Friday as leader Primoz Roglic again rode his luck to keep overall victory in sight.
  4. Higuita Goes Long For Stage 18 Victory At La Vuelta, Lopez Attacks Roglic

    Higuita Goes Long For Stage 18 Victory At La Vuelta, Lopez Attacks Roglic

    Sep 12, 2019

    Colombia's Sergio Higuita of the Education First team won stage 18 of the Vuelta a Espana on Thursday as the overall leader Primoz Roglic came second in another assured step towards the title.
  5. Gilbert Wins Wind Whipped Stage 17, Quintana Back In Contention

    Gilbert Wins Wind Whipped Stage 17, Quintana Back In Contention

    Sep 11, 2019

    Belgian veteran Philippe Gilbert claimed a second win at this year's Vuelta a Espana on Wednesday as Slovenian Primoz Roglic remained in the lead but with a new challenger.
  6. Fuglsang Victorious In Vuelta Stage 16, Roglic Drops Valverde

    Fuglsang Victorious In Vuelta Stage 16, Roglic Drops Valverde

    Sep 9, 2019

    Dane Jakob Fuglsang soloed to a summit-finish win on stage 16 of the Vuelta a Espana on Monday as Slovenian Primoz Roglic extended his advantage at the top of the overall standings.
  7. Sepp Kuss King Of Vuelta's Mountainous Stage 15, Roglic Defends Lead

    Sepp Kuss King Of Vuelta's Mountainous Stage 15, Roglic Defends Lead

    Sep 8, 2019

    American Sepp Kuss powered to a landmark summit finish win for Jumbo-Visma at the Vuelta a Espana on Sunday as his captain Primoz Roglic battled over a series of mountains to retain the overall lead.
  8. Bennett Survives Mass Crash To Win Vuelta Stage 14

    Bennett Survives Mass Crash To Win Vuelta Stage 14

    Sep 7, 2019

    Ireland's Sam Bennett launched a sudden attack in the direct aftermath of a mass fall on the home straight on Saturday to win stage 14 of the Vuelta a Espana at Oviedo.
  9. Pogacar, Roglic Dominate Vuelta's Stage 13 Climb To Los Machucos

    Pogacar, Roglic Dominate Vuelta's Stage 13 Climb To Los Machucos

    Sep 6, 2019

    Slovenian Tadej Pogacar mastered the mountainous Vuelta a Espana 13th stage on Friday with his compatriot Primoz Roglic consolidating his grip on the leader's red jersey.
  10. Gilbert Powers To Vuelta Stage 12 Win, Roglic Retains Red

    Gilbert Powers To Vuelta Stage 12 Win, Roglic Retains Red

    Sep 5, 2019

    Belgian veteran Philippe Gilbert stamped his authority on Thursday's Vuelta a Espana 12th stage on Thursday as Slovenia's Primoz Roglic retained the leader's red jersey.