The Spanish on the Tour: Herrada touched the first victory

Jesús Herrada was the main Spanish protagonist in the sixth stage of the 2020 Tour de France. Enric Mas fell to the ground and was able to continue without problems.

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The sixth stage of the Tour de France had the second high finish of this edition. Again among the favorites there were no attacks. In the victory for the stage, a Spaniard stood out: Jesús Herrada.

This is how the Spaniards did in the 6th stage of the Tour de France

Jesús Herrada (2nd): The Cuenca man got into the break. He held out well and in the penultimate port he caught without rhythm, without entering the rest. The strategy paid off, as he traced back, although it did not help him catch Lutsenko, who won the stage.

Alejandro Valverde (16th): The Murcian was always in the group of favorites. Little by little he is picking up the pace of the competition, but for the moment he has not been seen in the top positions in the finals.

Enric Mas (24º): He went to the ground before the penultimate port. "Sheet metal and paint," he assured when crossing the finish line. Movistar reacted well and was able to enter the group with the rest of the favorites without too much trouble.

Mikel Landa (26th): The Basque held out without problems in the rest of the favorites without problems. He continues to recover from the injuries produced in the first stage crash. "I will get to the Pyrenees well," he said.

Marc Soler (32nd): He was always well positioned in the group of favorites. He never suffered and was attentive to helping Mas during the final climbs.

Peio Bilbao (40º): Mikel Landa's faithful squire on the climbs. The Basque lost a few seconds in the final part of the stage. Entered 13 seconds behind the favorites group.

Ion Izagirre (51st): The Basque held up well for most of the stage, but gave up more than 40 seconds with the main group at the finish line. It was saved for what lies ahead.

Jonathan Castroviejo (54th): Great job pulling the peloton in the final part. He was one of those who set the pace and prevented attacks between the favorites. He lost rhythm in the final part due to the effort he had made.

MIkel Snow (55th): He was always attentive to the race leader, Adam Yates. In the final part he saved his strength for the weekend mountain days.

Gorka Izagirre (57th): Lutsenko did the team's job. He was protecting his leader and on the final ascent he thought about what lies ahead.

Luis León Sánchez (60º): He also protected Superman López during the stage. In the final part he slowed down and reached 9'09 "behind his teammate and winner of the stage.

Jose Joaquín Rojas (83rd): The Murcian continues to recover from the consequences of the sharp fall he had on the first day. Arrived in the main grotto.

Omar Fraile (84º): He thought about the mountain days ahead, so he wanted to regain strength and arrived in the group that took the final ascent with greater ease.

Carlos Verona (86th): After doing a good job with Mas, he entered the group. They arrived in that group 18'45 "behind the winner.

Imanol Erviti (104º): The Movistar rider helped Mas and ended the day in the second group. His ended at 25'01 ".

David de la Cruz (133rd): The UAE was the last Spaniard of the day. He continues with the problems in the sacrum that are weighing him down in all stages. He lost 31'09 "to the winner.



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