The Spaniards in the Giro: Lobato got into the arrival

Juanjo Lobato finished 14th and raised his arms for the victory of his companion Cima after a brilliant flight. Landa remains fourth and prepares his assault on the podium.


The 18th stage of the Giro d'Italia was a break for the favorites, after all the effort accumulated the previous days and before the final stage with the three stages that will decide the race. Juanjo Lobato was the best Spaniard, he entered the 14th in the finish line and raising his arms ... celebrating the tremendous victory of his teammate Cima, who escaped 210 kilometers and who held the peloton in the final meters.

This is how the Spaniards went in the 18th stage of the Giro d'Italia 2019

Juan José Lobato (14º): The fast runner arrived in the group head to goal and celebrated the victory of his teammate.

Fran Ventoso (21º): The Spaniard also arrived at the same time that the head.

José Joaquín Rojas (21º): The fastest man of the Movistar in this Giro was also in the positions of above.

Víctor de la Parte (45º): The Vitoriano continues to set a great Giro and continues in the posts highlights of the general.

Mikel Landa (46º) : The two Vitorians of the Giro arrived together. Landa has three days to assault a podium place.

Ion Izagirre (90º) : Quiet stage for Ion, which has two stages to test it.

Lluís Mas (95º): The Movistar runner threw in the first bars of the stage.

Markel Irizar (97º): The veteran runner, before his last weekend in a great lap.

Mikel Nieve (107º): He arrived more calm and always accompanied by his leader, Simon Yates.

Rubén Plaza ( 124º): He has two stages to complete his dream of winning in the big three laps. It only needs the Giro.

Pello Bilbao (125º): It recovered forces since the weekend will have to help Superman.

Antonio Pedrero (126º): It is being uncovered as a great gregarious in the Movistar mountain and will have to prove it this weekend.

Hector Carretero (135º): He arrived in a group more delayed saving forces for the final trava.



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