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Cycling la Vuelta a Espana

The showpiece finish in Madrid will provide a last opportunity for the sprinters.

The final day of GC racing in this year's Vuelta.
Stage 19 is a 165km flat stage which should favour the remaining sprinters.
A very hard stage with four 1st category climbs and a large descent to the finish.
At 219km, Stage 17 is the longest of this year's race, but will it favour sprinters?
A short mountain stage which should see the GC contenders battling for the stage win.
Stage 14 is a flat 188km route along Spain's northern coast.
A 154km mountain stage which finishes on a climb never used in the Vuelta before.
This stage features seven mountain passes in its 166km duration.
A hilly 171 km through the Basque Country with three short, steep climbs in the last 30k.
A 180km mid mountain stage which could favour a breakaway as riders head back into Spain.
The race resumes after the rest day with a 36km individual time trial around Pau.
The shortest stage of the race, from Andorra la Vella to Cortals d'Encamp.
Stage 8 of the race takes riders from Valls to Igualada.
The first test for the riders who hope to win the overall title.
A second summit finish in a row on a 200km route that could suit a breakaway.
The first summit finish of this year's Vuelta.
Stage 4 only contains one big climb and could be a day for the sprinters.
Stage 2 is a lumpy, 200km route which could produce some real-time gaps.
A 188km flattish route which should produce the race's first bunch sprint.