Vuelta a España: Rémi Cavagna Claims Sensational Breakaway Win

Vuelta a España: Rémi Cavagna Claims Sensational Breakaway Win

Deceuninck – Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team (Spain) - Press Release: Deceuninck – Quick-Step celebrate 95th Grand Tour stage victory since the squad’s inception.

At the end of an eventful 165.2km-long day, the “TGV of Clermont-Ferrand” reached Toledo ahead of schedule, and an entire peloton for that matter, claiming his first Grand Tour stage victory and the team’s fourth in three weeks at the Spanish race, thus prolonging Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s fiesta.

Triskaidekaphobia? Not for Rémi Cavagna, who was the first to attack on Friday 13, drawing a response from ten other riders, together with whom he built a three-minute maximum gap which the teams tempted by a potential stage victory in the town of Federico Bahamontes – the first ever Spaniard to triumph at the Tour de France – controlled and pulled back to a mere 1:30 with 70 kilometers remaining, when the race exploded.

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