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Will there be a Volta a Portugal 2021?

The 2021 Volta a Portugal (known as the 2021 Volta a Portugal em Bicicleta Santander for sponsorship reasons) was the 82nd edition of the Volta a Portugal road cycling stage race (not counting 2020 Volta a Portugal Edição Especial ), which was held from 4 to 15 August 2021. It was a 2.1 event on the 2021 UCI Europe Tour calendar.

Who won the eighth stage of the Volta a Portugal Santander?

The american Kyle Murphy (Rally Cycling) won today the eighth stage of the Volta a Portugal Santander, imposing himself on the top of the mountain of Larouco, Montalegre, after 160,7 kilometres, from Bragança. Amaro Antunes (W52-FC Porto) is the new yellow jersey, despite having lost six seconds to Mauricio Moreira (Efapel).

Who won the Volta a Portugal time trial in Viseu?

The last winner of this time trial, in 2017, when the Volta a Portugal also ended in Viseu, was Gustavo Veloso (Atum General-Tavira-Maria Nova Hotel). At the first intermediate point, at 5,7 kilometres, Maurício Moreira (Efapel) was ahead of his teammate Rafael Reis by ten seconds. However, the Uruguayan was a victim of a fall exiting a curve.

Who won Stage 4 of the tour of Portugal?

Tour of Portugal – Alejandro Marque wins stage 4 and takes the General Classification leadership. Spanish rider Alejandro Manuel Marque (Atum general / Tavira / Maria Nova Hotel) gave a great display of power on the 3rd stage of the Tour of Portugal.

What category is the Volta ao Algarve 2021?

It was the 47th edition of the Volta ao Algarve and was a category 2.Pro event on the 2021 UCI Europe Tour and the 2021 UCI ProSeries calendars. The race was originally scheduled for 17 to 21 February, but due to rising COVID-19 cases in Portugal leading up to the race, it had to be postponed to 5 to 9 May.

What does Volta ao Algarve stand for?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 2021 Volta ao Algarve (English: Tour of the Algarve) was a road cycling stage race that took place in the Algarve region of Portugal between 5 and 9 May 2021. It was the 47th edition of the Volta ao Algarve and was a category 2.Pro event on the 2021 UCI Europe Tour and the 2021 UCI ProSeries calendars.

Which teams will be at the 48th Volta ao Algarve?

The top four teams in the 2021 world ranking are the first to be confirmed for the 48th Volta ao Algarve, which will be held between February, 16th and 20th, 2022. Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team (formerly Deceuninck-Quick-Step) were the winners of the 2021 world ranking and will be at the Volta ao Algarve for the 16th consecutive time.

Who won Volta ao Algarve 2018?

João Rodrigues (W52-FC Porto) is the winner of the 47th edition of Volta ao Algarve. Ethan Hayter (Ineos Grenadiers), the previous leader of the race finished second, in front of Kasper Asgreen (Deceuninck-Quick Step), who held on to the third position. Élie Gesbert (Arkea-Samsic) was the winner of the stage.

Who won the Volta a Portugal time trial?

The last winner of this time trial, in 2017, when the Volta a Portugal also ended in Viseu, was Gustavo Veloso (Atum General-Tavira-Maria Nova Hotel). At the first intermediate point, at 5,7 kilometres, Maurício Moreira (Efapel) was ahead of his teammate Rafael Reis by ten seconds.

Will there be a Volta a Portugal in 2020?

The 2020 Volta a Portugal em Bicicleta Edição Especial was the 82nd edition of the Volta a Portugal road cycling stage race and was held from 27 September to 5 October 2020. Originally, it was due to take place from 29 July to August 8, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

What is Volta a Portugal?

The Volta a Portugal (English: Tour of Portugal), also known as Volta a Portugal em Bicicleta (English: Tour of Portugal on Bicycle), is an annual multi-stage road bicycle racing competition held in Portugal. The competition takes place during a two-week span.

What is the tour of Portugal on bicycle?

The Volta a Portugal (English: Tour of Portugal), also known as Volta a Portugal em Bicicleta (English: Tour of Portugal on Bicycle), is an annual multi-stage road bicycle racing competition held in Portugal.The competition takes place during a two-week span.

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