The Spanish on the Tour: Landa loses time and Mas is coming

The Basque lost 1:21 compared to the rest of the favorites. Alejandro Valverde and Enric Mas continue to climb positions in a Movistar that improves with the passing days.

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Landa was seriously affected his options in this Tour de France after giving 1:21 in a day of fans in which the Spanish was one of the great victims. Despite everything, there is still a lot of Tour de France. For its part, Movistar continues with better sensations as the days go by, as Valverde and Enric Mas continue to climb positions in the general classification after entering the good group of the day.

This is how the Spaniards did in the 7th stage of the Tour de France

Alejandro Valverde (10th): He was in front on the finish, but could not dispute the victory against faster men such as the winner, Van Aert, Boasson Hagen or Coquard.

Luis León Sánchez (24th): Good asset for Astana in a day of fans. He was seen collaboratively taking jerry cans to his colleagues.

Enris Mas (29th): He saved a more complicated day than previous ones and entered with the first group.

Marc Soler (30º): He arrived close to Mas, taking care of Movistar's great bet for the general classification on a day in which time could be lost.

Ion Izagirre (35th): He also arrived in the main group together with the leader of Astana, Superman López.

Gorka Izagirre (37º): Close to his brother Ion after a stage dedicated to protecting the Colombian.

Omar Fraile (38th): He entered together with the Izagirre, completing the trio of Basques from Astana.

Mikel Landa (46th): Punished by the fans, he gave 1:21 and part of his options for the general on the eve of the Pyrenees. He had little help to come back due to an accident that involved several riders on his team, the Bahrain-McLaren.

José Joaquín Rojas (47th): One of the Movistar who failed to get into the leading group.

Carlos Verona (48th): He could not catch the same pace as Soler, Mas and Valverde and he also fell behind.

Pello Bilbao (81º): One of the Bahrain who got into the hitch and could not tuck Landa. Came in the next group, at 1: 58.

Jonathan Castroviejo (88th): Ineos picked him up to help Carapaz when the Ecuadorian cut himself off. It melted protecting him and ended up reaching 3: 04.

Imanol Erviti (96th): He suffered on the fans. At 14:32 from Van Aert.

Jesús Herrada (103rd): Disconnected after Thursday's tremendous effort on the run. A 14: 32.

Mikel Nieve (127º): It wasn't a day for him. At 14:32 from Van Aert.

David De la Cruz (129º): Like Snow, he hopes for more favorable days. This time it ended at 2:32 pm from the winner.



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