The Strava data: Diego Rubio rules in Mijares and Mancebo in San Juan de Nava

The Burgos-BH cyclist has the best time on the most demanding climb of the day, while the veteran cyclist from Avila dominates the last peak of the fifteenth stage.

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The peloton faces the last stage of this second week in La Vuelta with a route full of climbs in Ávila, many of them unknown to the peloton, which could provide a great show and make differences before the decisive third week.

The first great difficulty of the day will be the climb to Alto de la Centenera, first class with its 15.1 kilometers at 5.5% that will crown at 1,350 meters of altitude. 783 athletes have dared to climb for a total of 1,679 attempts that they have completed in 1:04:42 to 4:10 per kilometer, while the professionals have climbed it in 58:31 to 3:46 per kilometer.

The cyclist Javier San Emeterio has the KOM or best time on Strava in the ascent to Alto de la Centenera since last June 27 with a time of 42:25 at an average of 21.9 km / h, while the QOM o The best female time is for the cyclist Belén López since August 21, 2018 with a time of 58:31. It takes two efforts to be a Local Legend on Strava in Alto de la Centenera.

After this first effort and after a long descent, the cyclists will ascend the Puerto de Pedro Bernardo, second category with its 9 kilometers at 6.4% even though on Strava the segment has 14.3 kilometers of ascent at 4% that will crown 1,240 meters of altitude. 387 athletes have dared on Strava with this climb for a total of 793 attempts that they have completed in 52:41 to 3:41 per kilometer, while the professionals climb it in 39:16 to 2:44 per kilometer.

The Avila cyclist Miguel Martín Díaz has the KOM or best time of the climb on Strava since July 9, 2019 with a time of 34:42 at an average of 24.8 km / h, while the Avila cyclist Mayte Infante has the QOM or best women's time since July 22, 2017 with a time of 46:14. It takes three efforts to be a Local Legend in Puerto de Pedro Bernardo.

Undoubtedly, the highlight of this journey through Ávila is the climb to the demanding Puerto de Mijares, first class with its 20.4 kilometers at 5.4% that will crown at 1,570 meters of altitude. 359 athletes have dared this climb on Strava for a total of 690 attempts that they have completed in 1:25:20 to 4:14 per kilometer, while the professionals climb it in 56:30 to 2:48 per kilometer.

The Burgos-BH rider Diego Rubio, who participates in this Tour of Spain, has the KOM or best time on Strava since September 10, 2020 with a record of 52:58 at an average of 22.9 km / h, While the QOM or best female time is for the cyclist Ana Ibáñez from August 24, 2019 with a time of 1:12:44. It takes 4 efforts to be a Local Legend in the Port of Mijares.

The final fireworks will be placed by the Puerto de San Juan de Nava climb, in the third category with its 8.6 kilometers at 3.8%, although in Strava the segment is 7.09 kilometers at 4.6%, which will crown at 1,110 meters and that it will have bonuses at its summit just 5 kilometers from the goal of El Barraco. 1,185 athletes have dared to climb for a total of 4,985 attempts that have completed in 25:13 to 3:33 per kilometer, while the professionals ascend it in 18:30 to 2:36 per kilometer.

The veteran cyclist from Avila Francisco Mancebo has the KOM or best men's time in the climb to Puerto de San Juan de Nava since July 23 of this year with a record of 14:49 at an average of 28.7 km / h, while that the QOM or best female time is for the user Sita L with a time of 20:00. It takes 6 efforts to be a Local Legend on the climb to Puerto de San Juan de Nava, the last great climb of the second week of the Vuelta that promises a stage with a lot of show.

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