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The 76th edition of the race will start at Burgos Cathedral and will feature 184 runners.

The 2021 Vuelta a España will resume the cycling calendar on Saturday, August 14, after the interruption teams had to make at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

The final big session of the season will resume its calendar on the given dates, following the unusual calendar for 2020, when the race was held at the end of October due to the coronavirus pandemic.

This will be the 76th edition of the competition, which will see the participation of 184 cyclists divided into 23 teams. The riders will compete in 21 laps and cover 3,417 kilometers in an effort to reach Santiago de Compostela Cathedral first and take the title on September 5.

Competitors will start the Vuelta a España from inside Burgos Cathedral with a single time trial, and will have to cross six flat stages, four medium mountains and nine mountains, in 23 days, to finish the competition with another time trial test. .

During the competition, cyclists will only have two days off: the first, on Monday 23 August, when riders will pass through Almeria; The second, on August 30, is Santander’s resting place.

At the Tour of Spain in 2020, Slovenian Primoz Roglic was the cyclist declared champion to return, beating Ecuadorean Richard Carapaz and Britain’s Hugh Carthy.

Timetables to know the start of the Vuelta a España 2021:

  • Ecuador, Peru and Colombia: 10:45
  • Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Venezuela: 12:45
  • Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay: 11:45
  • Mexico: 10:45
  • Spain: 17:45
  • United States (New York and Miami): 11:45
  • United States (Los Angeles): 08:45
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Channels to watch the start of the Vuelta a España 2021:

  • Ecuador: ESPN 3
  • Peru, Chile and Argentina: ESPN NS ESPN 3
  • Spain: Dazen, Eurosport 1 NS RTVE
  • Mexico: ESPN
  • Colombia: ESPN and snail tv
  • United State: NBC Sports