In the last mountain stage, eight places out of the top 10 changed around. That’s one of the reasons why this was such a great Grand Tour – it never failed to throw up surprises. We’ve trawled the Twittersphere for some final reactions for #Vuelta2018
Kathi, Luke and Euan rate every team’s performance at the Vuelta a Espana, talk about whether British dominant of Grand Tours is good or bad thing, find an unlikely bushel hiding a wealth of talent and some Italian buttocks.
The last Grand Tour of 2018 finished in Madrid with all the traditions: a processional day in the saddle, a bunch sprint and a win for Quick-Step. Elia Viviani took his third stage of this Vuelta and Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) is the Vuelta 2018 champion.