The Spaniards in the Giro: Bilbao won and Landa took the podium

Pello Bilbao achieved the second Spanish victory in this Giro and the second in his particular account ahead of Landa, which climbs to third place.


The 20th stage of the Giro d'Italia had a Spanish flavor. Mikel Landa could not take the stage he wanted so much but not the victory was equally Spanish: Pello Bilbao. The Astana, who came from the escape, prevailed ahead of the vitoriano. Yes, the Movistar manages to ascend to the third box of the podium ... but with an income of 23 "on Roglic, specialist in the time trial In Verona, 16 km to finish this Giro d'Italia that, except surprise, will be for Richard Carapaz .

That's how it was for the Spaniards in the 20th stage of the Giro d'Italia

Pello Bilbao (1st): Double for the Astana rider, who got into the two leaks of the day and won a great prize. Past was 6th in this race, now he is going with two stages.

Mikel Landa (2nd): The Vitorian tried in every way to achieve the stage while protecting the leader Carapaz. will have to defend 23 "of income.

Mikel Nieve (7º) : Once again, the tremendous runner of Mitchelton in the ointment for the triumph. This time it goes without victory, but with a lot of presence in race.

Antonio Pedrero (29º) : Spectacular climber that this Giro has made known. A gregarious luxury for the Movistar, the last one that stayed with Landa and Carapaz.

Víctor de la Parte (30º): Great effort of the CCC vitoriano, which closes a great Giro in the stages in line.

Ion Izagirre ( 43º) : The Basque did a great job before the first attack of Superman to 117 of goal. Reduced the group to a scarce number.

José Joaquín Rojas (54º): He arrived at 28 minutes of Pello after a great job for Movistar.

Héctor Carretero (61º): Like the rest of his companions of Movistar, brilliant Giro.

Rubén Plaza (70º) : His dream of winning in the big three resists him for the moment. In this Giro it could not get it.

Fran Ventoso (74º): It arrived at 38 minutes of Pello but it was left to see in the initial section.

Lluis More (94º): As it is being habitual, great work for the Movistar in the initial leg of the stage.

Juan José Lobato (101º): In a stage that was not for its characteristics, it endured well.

Markel Irizar (106º): Its last stage of mountain in the Giro. In a few weeks, it will hang the bicycle.



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