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- News: McCabe rides daylong breakaway to Vuelta a San Juan podium. (Cyclingnews) - UnitedHealthcare rider finishes third on stage 6.

- News: Attacking instincts lead Wallays to Vuelta a San Juan stage win. (Cyclingnews) - Belgian says Lotto Soudal can take the initiative in major races this season.

- News: Stage 6 breakaway win for Wallays. (Cyclingnews) - Oscar Najar retains race lead with one stage to come.

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- Stage maps, profiles, route details and more info here.

- Vuelta a San Juan Stage 6 Top 25 Results:

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WALLAYS Jelle
OYOLA OYOLA Robigzon Leandro
MCCABE Travis
KEISSE Iljo
SEPULVEDA Eduardo
RUBIANO CHAVEZ Miguel Angel
GERARDO MATIAS Tivani
ALAFACI Eugenio
MASNADA Fausto
BAIS Mattia
ACKERMANN Pascal
HODEG CHAGUI Alvaro Jose
MAES Nikolas
ANDRIATO Rafael
GARCIA CORTINA Ivan
SBARAGLI Kristian
CALDERARO Filippo
TROIA Oliviero
PANTANO GOMEZ Jarlinson
RAMOS Duilio Alfredo
BUSATO Matteo
RICHEZE Maximiliano Ariel
CAMACHO BERNAL Julio Alexis
TIVANI PEREZ German Nicolas
VIVIANI Attilio
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- Jelle Wallays following his Stage 6 victory: "I'm not a rider who wins often, so when I'm able to, I'm happy.  My work is to help the team and for sure, this win is not going to change my ambitions.  Last year, I crashed a couple of times in the first two stages of the Vuelta a España and even if I felt pretty bad, the exams showed nothing broken. I had good condition and so I continued. When the Spanish tour finished and I arrived home in Belgium, the doctors found two ribs and my wrist fractured. So to start the 2018 season with a victory, after those unlucky 2017 days, makes me all the more happier."

- Jelle Wallays (Lotto Soudal) won Stage 6.  Gonzalo Najar (S.E.P. de San Juan) remains overall leader.

- News: Polar Bear Putt tries to beat the heat in Argentina. (Cyclingnews) - UnitedHealthcare rider spends a day in the breakaway at Vuelta a san Juan.

- News: Najar wins stage 5. (Cyclingnews) - SEP San Juan rider takes overall lead, Sevilla makes a move on Alto Colorado.

- Gonzalo Najar (S.E.P. de San Juan) won Stage 5 and is new leader on G.C.  After the stage, Najar said: "The national championships in 2017 that I won gave me a lot of faith.  Today, I had excellent sensations and the team, thanks to them from my heart, backed me to try for this win. When I was in the last kilometre, I felt all the local San Juan fans' enthusiasm, which pushed me on to the finish line. What a marvelous feeling."

- Thursday is a rest day at the Vuelta a San Juan.  The race resumes Friday with Stage 5.

- News: Raim breaks through chaos in San Juan. (Cyclingnews) - Israel Cycling Academy rider finishes fourth in stage 4 melee.

- News: Richeze picks up the pieces after Gaviria goes down. (Cyclingnews) - Argentinean switches from lead out to sprinter and wins again in his home country.

- News: Gaviria crashes out of Vuelta a San Juan. (Cyclingnews) - Colombian sprinter goes down 45km from stage finish, Quick-Step gets win with Richeze.

- News: Max Richeze wins stage 4 at Vuelta a San Juan. (Cyclingnews) - Quick-Step Floors wins the day despite Gaviria crash.

- Filippo Ganna (UAE Team Emirates) after his first day in the leader's jersey: "My first day as the leader passed well thanks to all my team.  During the race, the speed was high and with a head-wind on the climb, which helped those of us who were riding in the wheels.
When Gaviria crashed, I was behind and the group split in several parts, but I was in good company and together a Troia and Ait Al Abdia, we bridged the gap. I made a big effort, but everything went well in the final."

- Max Richeze post-stage: "I'm very happy for this win because I'm usually not appointed to sprint.  At the same time, I'm so sad for Gaviria and I hope it's nothing serious. I talked with the team after his crash and we decided to try to win the stage. We knew there were cross-winds in the second part of the race and we were well-prepared for the echelons. I have been a professional rider for 13 years, but I haven't had so many opportunities to race at home in Argentina and this time I was able to win, so I'm proud."

- Max Richeze (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 4.  Filippo Ganna (UAE Team Emirates) retained the lead in the general classification.

- News: Ryan Mullen gets off to quick start with Trek-Segafredo. (Cyclingnews) - Irish time trial champion takes first win for new team at Vuelta a San Juan.

- News: Mullen wins stage 3 time trial, Ganna takes overall lead. (Cyclingnews) - Irish time trial specialist is the only rider to go under 18 minutes on 14.4km course.

- New race leader Filippo Ganna: "I expected his performance.  I know him very well and he’s a strong time trialist. About me, I gave my best and I’m happy with this leader's jersey. I will try to defend my leadership as well as I can even if I know there will be some hard mountain stages in the next days. My team-mates, my director and all my team will support me."

- Ryan Mullen had this to say after his victory in the Stage 3 ITT: "When I saw the race programme for San Juan, I was happy because there was this time trial.  I came here with this goal, but without pressure since it was the first race of the year. I managed the race the best possible. I knew there was head-wind in the final four kilometres and I saved energy for that moment."

- Ryan Mullen (Trek-Segafredo) won the Stage 3 Individual Time Trial.  Filippo Ganna (UAE Team Emirates) took over the race lead on G.C.

- News: Villalobos upsets the favourites, dreams of overall win. (Cyclingnews) - Costa Rican says it's important to have dreams and think big.

- News: Villalobos takes a big win. (Cyclingnews) - Costa Rican takes race lead over Escuela and Benoot in late breakaway.

- Roman Villalobos (Canel's Specialized) won Stage 2 and took over the lead in the general classification.  Post-stage, Villalobos had this to say: "I’m so happy, this win counts a lot for me.  I made so many sacrifices for this race and today, I'm rewarded. During the final kilometres, I had a really good sensations, good legs. I was able to counter-attack in the final part of the last climb with the goal to get as much time as possible given the stages ahead. In the final metres, I believed in it and I got an amazing victory."

- News: Vincenzo Nibali abandons Vuelta a San Juan. (Cyclingnews) - Italian hit with gastroenteritis before race start.

- News: Fernando Gaviria: I always ride to win, it's the only thing in my mind. (Cyclingnews) - Quick-Step's Colombian starts season with stage 1 win in Argentina.

- News: Gaviria wins opening stage in Pocito. (Cyclingnews) - Colombian will wear first leader's jersey in Argentina.

- Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 1 and is first leader in the general classification.  Post-stage, Gaviria had this to say: "It doesn’t matter if I’m riding San Juan or the Giro d’Italia, I always want to win and that’s what I did today. The team did a really good job, they were perfect. Iljo – who is the team’s captain – made things look easy and did an extraordinary job, you can see how important is the experience he brings into the squad."

- News: Vuelta a San Juan Preview: WorldTour teams ready to heat up in Argentina. (Cyclingnews) - Mollema will not return, 7 WorldTour teams are ready to fight for early-season results.

- News: Quick-Step Floors back Gaviria for Vuelta a San Juan sprints. (Cyclingnews) - Richeze, Keisse and Cavagna in six-rider squad for January race.

- News: Sepulveda to lead Movistar at 2018 Vuelta a San Juan. (Cyclingnews) - Spanish team will also feature Dayer Quintana, Winner Anacona and Carlos Betancur.

- News: 2018 Vuelta a San Juan route unveiled. (Cyclingnews) - Time trial and Alto Colorado finish set to decide GC.

- News: Nibali and Gaviria to begin 2018 season at Vuelta a San Juan. (Cyclingnews) - Seven WorldTour teams confirmed for early-season Argentinean race.

- Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) won the 2017 Vuelta a San Juan.

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- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2018 Vuelta Ciclista a la Provincia de San Juan.

2018 Vuelta a San Juan LIVE
January 21-28, Argentina
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Stage 7 starts at 4:34pm local
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Finish at around 7:30pm local
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2018 Vuelta a San Juan Stage 5 Profile


The breakaway during Stage 1 of the 2018 Vuelta a San Juan.
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  Sprint favorite Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) wins Stage 1 of the 2018 Vuelta a San Juan.
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Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) will be the man to beat in the sprints at the 2018 Vuelta a San Juan.
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Riders tried to stay cool any way they could on Stage 6, yet another hot one.
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Max Richeze (Quick-Step Floors) takes the victory on Stage 6.
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2017 Vuelta a San Juan Stage 7 Profile

Notes from the 2017 Vuelta Ciclista a la Provincia de San Juan

- Max Richeze (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 7 ahead of Tom Boonen and Matteo Malucelli.  Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) wins the 2017 Vuelta a San Juan.

- Sunday's Vuelta a San Juan Stage 7 departs San Juan at 3:08pm local and is expected at the finish at San Juan at around 6:00pm local.  Vuelta a San Juan live streaming video should get underway at around 2:45pm local (12:45pm U.S. Eastern, 18:45 CET).

- 2017 Vuelta a San Juan Stage Previews, Towns, Timetables, Profiles:

Stage details Stage profiles
Stage 1: Monday, January 23
San Juan/San Juan (142.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 2: Tuesday, January 24
San Juan/San Juan (128.8 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 3: Wednesday, January 25
San Juan/San Juan ITT (11.9 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Stage 4: Thursday, January 26
San Martin/San Martin (160.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 5: Friday, January 27
Chimbas/Alto Colorado (162.4 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 6: Saturday, January 28
Pocito/Pocito (185.7 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 7: Sunday, January 29
San Juan/San Juan (138.2 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.

 

- LIVE video here.  (Spanish)

- Max Richeze (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 6.  Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) remains leader on G.C.

- Saturday's Vuelta a San Juan Stage 6 departs Pocito at 3:17pm local and is expected at the finish at Pocito at around 7:30pm local.  Vuelta a San Juan live streaming video should get underway at around 3:00pm local (1:00pm U.S. Eastern, 19:00 CET).

- Rui Costa (UAE Abu Dhabi) won Stage 5.  Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) is new leader in the general classification.

- LIVE video here.  (Spanish)

- LIVE video here.  (Spanish) - Official feed removed from YouTube for some reason; new feed coming soon.

- Friday's Vuelta a San Juan Stage 5 departs Chimbas at 9:27am local and is expected at the finish at Alto Colorado at around 1:30pm local.  Vuelta a San Juan live streaming video should get underway at around 9:15am local (7:15am U.S. Eastern, 13:15 CET).

- Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 4, his second stage victory of the race.  Ramunas Navardauskas (Team Bahrain-Merida) remains overall leader.

- LIVE video here.  (Spanish)

- Thursday's Vuelta a San Juan Stage 4 departs San Martin at 3:52pm local and is expected at the finish at San Martin at around 7:30pm local.  Vuelta a San Juan live streaming video should get underway at around 3:45pm local (1:45pm U.S. Eastern, 19:45 CET).

- Ramunas Navardauskas (Team Bahrain-Merida) won the Stage 3 Individual Time Trial and is new leader in the general classification.

- LIVE video here.  (Spanish)

- Tom Boonen (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 2.  Elia Viviani (Italy) is new leader on G.C.

- Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 1 and is first leader in the general classification.

- LIVE video here.  (Spanish)

- LIVE video here.  (Spanish)

- Preview: Cyclingnews Vuelta a San Juan preview here.

- LIVE video here.  (Spanish)

- Tuesday's Vuelta a San Juan Stage 2 departs San Juan at 4:47pm local and is expected at the finish at San Juan at around 8:00pm local.  There should be a live stream.

- Former World Champion Rui Costa is among the riders in this race.  Said Costa, "I don't know Argentina, but I’m ready to discover a new place and a new race for me.  In addition to the Vuelta a San Juan, my season program includes the Tour of Oman, the Abu Dhabi Tour, the Tirreno-Adriatico, the Ardennes classics and the Giro d'Italia."

- News: Excitement for Vuelta a San Juan stoked at team presentation - Gallery. (Cyclingnews) - Dance-offs and confetti cannons as Argentine race welcomes international stars for first time.

- News: Boonen to begin final season at Vuelta a San Juan. (Cyclingnews) - Gaviria main sprinter for Quick-Step in early stage race in Argentina.

- News: Boonen and Nibali set for Vuelta a San Juan. (Cyclingnews) - WorldTour teams head to race.

- The 2017 Vuelta a San Juan Internacional is being held January 23-29.  There will be seven stages.  The race, in its 35th edition, will truly be international as Vincenzo Nibali, Tom Boonen, Fernando Gaviria, Elia Viviani, Bauke Mollema, Rui Costa and Darwin Atapuma are among riders expected on the start line.  The race will be broadcast live on ESPN TV.  If live streams are available, they will be posted on this page each day.

 

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2017 Vuelta a San Juan Photos


Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 1.
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Elia Viviani and Nicolas Marini look on as Stage 1 winner Fernando Gaviria (Quickstep Floors) sprays victory champagne from the podium.
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Ramunas Navardauskas (Team Bahrain-Merida) on his way to winning the Stage 3 Individual Time Trial
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Ramunas Navardauskas (Bahrain-Merida) celebrates on the podium with Bauke Mollema, left, and Matthias Brandle of Trek-Segafredo.
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With very hot weather (temperatures surpassing 100 degrees), the Vuelta a San Juan peloton enjoys some water sprayed by spectators.
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Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) wins Stage 4, his second victory of the race.
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The peloton on Stage 5, another hot day at the Vuelta a San Juan
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Rui Costa (UAE Abu Dhabi) wins Stage 5.  Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) took over the race lead.
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2017 Vuelta a San Juan Stage Profiles

2017 Vuelta a San Juan Stage 1 Profile

 

2017 Vuelta a San Juan Stage 2 Profile

 

 

2017 Vuelta a San Juan Stage 3 Profile

2017 Vuelta a San Juan Stage 4 Profile

 

2017 Vuelta a San Juan Stage 5 Profile