• Van Poppel wins 12th stage Spanish Vuelta, Aru leads overall

    LLEIDA, Spain (AP) — Danny Van Poppel of the Netherlands won the 12th stage of the Spanish Vuelta in a mass sprint for the finish line, while Fabio Aru remained in the red jersey on Thursday.

    Updated: 12:15 pm

  • Froome pulls out of Spanish Vuelta with broken foot

    MADRID (AP) — Chris Froome pulled out of the Spanish Vuelta on Thursday after fracturing a bone in his right foot.

  • Landa wins 11th Spanish Vuelta stage, Aru takes overall lead

    CORTALS D*ENCAMP, Spain (AP) — Mikel Landa of Spain raced ahead to climb the final ascent alone and win the 11th stage of the Spanish Vuelta in the Pyrenees on Wednesday, while Italy’s Fabio Aru finished second to claim the overall race leader’s jersey.

  • Sbaragli wins 10th Vuelta stage, Dumoulin keeps overall lead

    CASTELLON, Spain (AP) — Kristian Sbaragli of Italy outsprinted his rivals to win the 10th stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Monday, while Tom Dumoulin of Netherlands retained the overall leader’s red jersey.

  • Dumoulin wins 9th Vuelta stage, takes overall lead

    EL POBLE NOU DE BENITATXELL, Spain (AP) — Tom Dumoulin passed Tour de France winner Chris Froome with about 50 meters (yards) left in a steep climb to win the ninth stage and take the overall lead of the Spanish Vuelta on Sunday.

  • Riders hurt in Spanish Vuelta crash

    MURCIA, Spain (AP) — Belgian rider Kris Boeckmans was left in an induced coma after suffering a concussion and facial fractures from a crash during an accident-ravaged eighth stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Saturday.

  • Lindeman pounces on Cousin’s mistake to win 7th Vuelta stage

    LA ALPUJARRA, Spain (AP) — Bert Jan Lindeman of the Netherlands took advantage of a mistake by Jerome Cousin of France to sprint ahead and win the seventh stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Friday, while Esteban Chaves of Colombia retained the overall race-leader’s red jersey.

  • Esteban Chaves wins 6th Vuelta stage, takes overall lead

    SIERRA DE CAZORLA, Spain (AP) — Esteban Chaves of Colombia timed his final charge perfectly to win the Spanish Vuelta’s sixth stage, notching up his second stage win to take the overall race lead Thursday.