Today's stage

Monday, August 21st

Prades Conflent Canigó / Andorra la Vella

Key moments
  • Nibali and Froome assert their ambitions

    Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) dominated the final stretch of stage 3 of La Vuelta 2017 while Chris Froome (Team Sky) displayed his strength and took the red jersey. The first mountainous challenges of this edition offered intense racing and turned the general classification upside down. Nibali was able to get back to Froome after a strong move from the British rider to claim his first stage victory at La Vuelta. But Froome is the new overall leader, a position he only occupied for one day...

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The stage in videos

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The stage in pictures

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Prades Conflent Canigó / Andorra la Vella

Prades Conflent Canigó

The peloton only has to look up to get an idea of the day ahead. Located at the foot of the Pyrenees, Prades is bolstered in the South by the impressive Canigó Pyrenean...

Andorra la Vella

Surrounded by the Pyrenees, the Vuelta a España often passes through the Principality of Andorra. The race has visited the Andorran capital on twelve occasions: the...

La Vuelta 2017

Running from Saturday August 19th to Sunday September 10th 2017, the Vuelta will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,324.1 kilometres.

  • 5 flat stages and 1 flat with high-altitude finales stage
  • 8 hill stages
  • 5 mountain stages
  • 1 individual time trial stage
  • 1 team time trial stage

Distinctive aspects of the race

  • 40.2 km individual time trial
  • 13.7 km team time trial
  • 50 summits
  • 2 rest days

Jersey wearers after the stage 3

Classifications after the stage 3

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