Padrón-Santiago, the time that will decide La Vuelta 2021

This was revealed by La Voz de Galicia, which also gives details of the three final stages in Galicia that will lead to the outcome of the Spanish round.


The Vuelta 2021, which is presented this February 11, will celebrate the Jacobean year in style. This was revealed this Tuesday by La Voz de Galicia, which confirmed that its last stage, on September 5, will be a chrono ending in Santiago that will start from the town of Padrón. Therefore, the race will return to the scheme that it already carried out in other holy years such as 1993 and 2014, with a final time trial in Compostela.

The last goal of La Vuelta will be in the Plaza del Obradoiro, although the mileage has not been revealed (the start will be another fight against the clock, in Burgos on August 14). In addition, the start and end locations of the conference to be held in Galicia are also revealed. On Friday, with a probable start in the Asturian town of Tapia de Casariego, the test will finish in Monforte de Lemos. On Saturday, the route is expected to be mountainous and with many meters of accumulated unevenness between Sanxenxo and Mos. A stage in which ex-runner Óscar Pereiro would have collaborated.

Details of a route that, for now, have transcended three stages in the Burgos province, a day, the fifth, between El Burgos de Osma and Molina de Aragón, and a final week with Cantabria (Laredo-San Juan Canal) as protagonist , Asturias (two days, one between Unquera and Lagos de Covadonga and another between Salas and the possible final in the Gamoniteiro) and the three mentioned days in Galicia.

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