La Vuelta 2023: Primoz Roglic signs up for Stage 17 | Video

La Vuelta 2023: Primoz Roglic signs up for Stage 17
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In another chapter of Jumbo Visma festival in La Vuelta 2023, this time it was the Slovenian Primoz Roglic the one in charge of making history by writing his name in the golden book of the Angliru as stage winner, number 17, on a day in which the American retained the red sweater Sepp Kuss by 8 seconds compared to the Dane, Jonas Vingegaard, both also from the Dutch team.

Another Jumbo festival, another winner and Vingegaard almost evicted Kuss of the red one. It was her turn to show off. Roglic (Trbovlje, 33 years old), ttriple winner of the Vuelta and 13 stagesand did not miss the opportunity, with Vingegaard's permission, together at the finish line with the same time of 3h.15.56.

Missed for the full festival Sepp Kuss would have entered with thembut the American weakened at the end and crossed with Mikel Landa at 19 seconds. The leader was left off the hook whiles Roglic and Vingegaard flew to the finish line. Controversy within Jumbo over the role that each one must assume.

Roglic's attack 3 km from the finish line broke the Spanish tricks for the podium. Juan Ayuso and Enric Mas They lost 1.42 and 1.43 respectively, unable to enter the fray when the stage broke and they paid for it by moving away in the general classification.

Kuss, by the hairstayed ahead, every time listening closer to Vingegaard's breath, 8 seconds away and ready to take command this Thursday in The Cross of Linares. Roglic consolidates third at 1.08 minutes, Ayuso fourth at 4 minutes, Landa fifth at 4.16 and Enric Mas sixth at 4.30.

A day that places Jumbo trio close to making history with everyone on the podium and with his men crowning the big three of the season for the first time.

This Thursday the eighteenth stageto between Pola de Allande and La Cruz de Linares178.9 km, another trial by fire in the Asturian mountains with 5 ports on the route.
To start the Height of the Stakes (2a, 6.1 to 7.5), to continue with the Port of San Lorenzo (1a, 9.9 to 8.6), the Alto de Tenebredo (3a, 3.4 to 9.5) and the double promotion to Puerto de la Cruz de Linares (1a, 8.3 to 8.6), unpublished summit.

(With information from EFE)

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