The Spaniards in the Tour: Landa tried it on the final climb

Movistar was the team that carried the weight of the stage and Mikel Landa tried to finish that job in the final ascent, although he was neutralized.


Dylan Teuns won the sixth stage with a final in La Planche des Belles Filles and Giulio Ciccone became the new leader of the Tour de France thanks to the bonuses. The Italian snatched Alaphilippe's yellow for only six seconds. Among the favorites, Landa was the only one who attacked. He did it in the final climb after a great job of Movistar, but was finally neutralized and could not win time.

It was the Spaniards in the sixth stage of the Tour de France

Mikel Landa (10th): The Vitorian proved to be eager and ambition, attacking on the hardest ramps of La Planche des Belles Filles. He had no reward, as the high pace of Groupama neutralized him in the final meters. At the moment, it is a good staging.

Enric Mas (18º): The first day of mountain in a Tour for the Balearic was demanding. He lost time with the other favorites, although not too much in this short and hard climb. The longest ports will be more of his style.

Alejandro Valverde (29º) : The Murcian, world champion, was the last to pull Landa and Quintana. He even dropped out of the group and then took over again. It was demonstrated that it will be the 'neutral' of the tricephalia.

Marc Soler (50º): Great work of the Catalan that led, leading the peloton, to its leaders until the foot of the final port. It will be important again in the big stages.

Gorka Izagirre (51º): The Basque of Astana was close to his leader Fuglsang, who seems to have recovered from his injuries.

Jonathan Castroviejo (52º): One of the best gregarious people of the Ineos , he went down and re-entered the group before the final descent. Close to Bernal and Thomas until they put up the fight.

Omar Fraile (69º): The only winner of the Spanish stage last year will continue to seek his opportunity. At the moment, it continues helping its leader Fuglsang.

Luis León Sánchez (70º) : The one of Mula reached goal with his companion Fraile. Both entered 15 minutes of Teuns.

Jesús Herrada (86º) : The leader of the Cofidis had a demanding day and was not ahead. He will fight throughout the Tour for more opportunities.

Iván García Cortina (97º): The Spaniard, happy for the victory of his teammate, entered a large group that reached the finish line in 20 minutes.

Imanol Erviti (99º) : Endured with their leaders until the most demanding part of the stage.

Carlos Verona (105º): It was the first of the Movistar that threw and great way to put pace in the group.

Pello Bilbao (116º): The Astana also arrived in the large platoon that concluded 20 minutes from Teuns.



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