Cameron Wurf, protagonist in the Angliru stage of the Vuelta a España

The Australian triathlete got into the breakaway of the Angliru stage

Cameron Wurf, fifth in Kona in 2019, he is participating in the Vuelta with his team on INEOS, where yesterday, he was on the break of the day in what was the hardest stage of the return.

The stage of only 109 kilometers and 5 mountain heights ending in Angliru promised show and Cameron, wanted to participate to help his team from the beginning

The Australian joined the day's getaway forming a group of 22 units to crown the first 3 ports of the stage alone, lbequeathing to have 3 minutes of advantage.

But the peloton on the descent from the last port began to cut ground reaching 10 kilometers to finish.

INEOS published on their social networks about Cameron's performance

Already in the climb L'Angliru and in the final art began the attacks of Enric Mas, Hugh Carthy and Carapaz looking for La Roja, without a response from Roglic who suffered supported by Kuss.

The last to attack was Hugh Carthy 1 km from the finish line leaving alone and getting his first victory

Stage summary

Cararaz recovers the Red

Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers) has recovered La Roja by 10 ”over Primois Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) and carty he has risen to 3rd place at 32 ”from the lead. Dan Martin 4th to 35 ”and Enrique More 6th at 1:50 ”.

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