It’s a sprint celebration with a centennial feel. Lets’s party!!!
Tim and Kathi look back on a rollercoaster final week of the Vuelta which put the hurt on everybody and created more bad blood between two long-standing rivals, a dramatic Canadian double-header and the resurgence of a familiar face at the Tour of Britain.
The first part of the Canadian double-header came to a thrilling if surprising conclusion with a win for Rigoberto Uran (Etixx-Quick Step). The Colombian jumped away from a select group in the last 800 metres and held them all off on the uphill run to the line. Michael Matthews came closest to catching Uran, while Alexander Kristoff rounded out the podium for third.