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Vladimir Isaichev
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Lloyd Mondory
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Guillaume Van Keirsbulck
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Dario Cataldo
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Vincenzo Nibali
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Dominik Nerz
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Gorka Verdugo
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Adam Hansen
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Daniel Moreno
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Imanol Erviti
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Cameron Wurf
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Igor Antón
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Georg Preidler
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Domenico Pozzovivo
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Egoi Martínez
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Luis Ángel Maté
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Rafal Majka
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Andriy Grivko
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Alejandro Valverde
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Mikel Nieve
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André Cardoso
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José Iván Gutiérrez
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Juan José Oroz
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Romain Zingle
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Ben Gastauer
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Nicolas Roche
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Chris Horner
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Luca Paolini
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Jorge Azanza
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Markel Irizar
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Mikel Landa
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Iker Camaño
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Beñat Intxausti
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Yannick Eijssen
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Danilo Wyss
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Francis De Greef
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Amets Txurruka
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Robert Kišerlovski
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Thibaut Pinot
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David Arroyo
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Chris Sørensen
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Samuel Sánchez
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Pablo Urtasun
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Cayetano Sarmiento
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Tanel Kangert
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Mickaël Chérel
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José Herrada
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Michele Scarponi
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Carlos Betancur
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Ángel Vicioso
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Jan Bárta
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Juan Manuel Gárate
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Alexandre Geniez
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Joaquim Rodríguez
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Matthew Busche
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Leopold König
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Paul Voß
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Warren Barguil
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Rafael Valls
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Juan Antonio Flecha
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Ben Hermans
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Matteo Tosatto
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Mitch Docker
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José Mendes
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Vladimir Gusev
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Fabricio Ferrari
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Nicki Sørensen
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Dennis Vanendert
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Sylwester Szmyd
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Paolo Tiralongo
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Giampaolo Caruso
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Tiziano Dall'Antonia
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Marcos García
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Janez Brajkovic
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Martin Kohler
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Jérôme Coppel
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Christian Knees
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Pieter Serry
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David Tanner
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Stéphane Poulhiès
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Johannes Fröhlinger
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Evgueni Petrov
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Andrey Zeits
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Winner Anacona
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Kenny Elissonde
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Thomas Peterson
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Javier Aramendía
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Tom Stamsnijder
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Maciej Paterski
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Luca Dodi
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Johan Vansummeren
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Dmitry Kozonchuk
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Oliver Zaugg
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Ivan Santaromita
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Massimo Graziato
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Jakob Fuglsang
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Alex Rasmussen
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Manuele Mori
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Antonio Piedra
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Yaroslav Popovych
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Grégory Rast
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Yoann Bagot
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Nicolas Edet
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Nico Sijmens
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Javier Moreno
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Bartosz Huzarski
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Rinaldo Nocentini
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Diego Ulissi
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Caleb Fairly
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Xabier Zandio
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Christian Meier
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Sergio Henao
 +1' 16''
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Bauke Mollema
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Alex Howes
 +1' 22''
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Leigh Howard
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Simon Clarke
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Julien Bérard
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Matteo Bono
 +1' 31''
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Paolo Longo Borghini
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Cédric Pineau
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Arnaud Courteille
 +1' 31''
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Eros Capecchi
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Vasil Kiryienka
 +1' 40''
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Alessandro Vanotti
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Vuelta winner Chris Horner missed a random anti-doping test after Spanish Anti-Doping Agency officials came to the wrong hotel.
By Reuters • The 16/09/2013 at 13:29
Chris Horner, 41, became the oldest winner of a Grand Tour as he sealed victory in the Vuelta a Espana.
By Eurosport • The 15/09/2013 at 17:52
Frenchman Kenny Elissonde won stage 20 on Saturday as American Chris Horner tightened his grip on the red jersey.
By Reuters • The 14/09/2013 at 18:25
Joaquim Rodríguez won stage 19 of the Vuelta a Espana in Alto del Naranco as Chris Horner took the red jersey.
By Reuters • The 13/09/2013 at 17:20
Vasili Kiryienka took a solo victory in the stage 18 of the Vueta as Chris Horner closed the GC gap to just three seconds.
By Reuters • The 12/09/2013 at 17:43
Bauke Mollema took the first Grand Tour stage victory of his career as Vincenzo Nibali stayed atop of the GC.
By Reuters • The 11/09/2013 at 19:47
Chris Horner faces the most important five days of his career as he battles to become cycling's oldest ever Grand Tour winner
By Reuters • The 11/09/2013 at 11:45
Alejandro Valverde believes some riders in the Vuelta a Espana, including leader Vincenzo Nibali, are getting an unfair advantage.
By Reuters • The 10/09/2013 at 16:33
Warren Barguil won the third and final mountainous stage as Chris Horner closed in on leader Vicenzo Nibali.
By Reuters • The 09/09/2013 at 17:52
Alexandre Geniez took a solo victory in the mountainous stage 15 as Nibali maintained his overall lead of 50 seconds.
By Reuters • The 08/09/2013 at 17:38
 
Chris Horner became the oldest Grand Tour champion and the first American to win the Vuelta a Espana as Michael Matthews took the final stage.
By Eurosport •
Watch the finish of the Vuelta a Espana as Australia's Michael Matthews took the stage in a bunch sprint.
By Eurosport •
Frenchman Kenny Elissonde won stage 20 on Saturday as American Chris Horner tightened his grip on the red jersey.
By Eurosport •
Joaquim Rodríguez won stage 19 of the Vuelta a Espana in Alto del Naranco as Chris Horner took the red jersey.
By Eurosport •
Joaquim Rodríguez won stage 19 of the Vuelta a Espana in Alto del Naranco as Chris Horner took the red jersey.
By Eurosport •
Vasili Kiryienka took a solo victory in the stage 18 of the Vueta as Chris Horner closed the GC gap to just three seconds.
By Eurosport •
The final moments of a thrilling stage 18 of the Vuelta a Espana.
By Eurosport •
Chris Horner talks after coming just short of taking the red jersey at the Vuelta.
By Eurosport •
Chris Horner looks ahead to the final few stages of the Vuelta.
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