Alejandro Valverde of Team Caisse d’Epargne takes overall victory in the 2009 Vuelta a Espana.
In a quiet stage Greipel takes line honors as
Fr?nk Schleck long term knee problems force his retirement from the Vuelta a Espana and he is now due for knee surgery.
The Yellow Jersey in the Spanish Vuelta is now rapidly changing hands and Australia’s Cadel Evans a top contender.
Team Garmin, Quickstep and Milram shared the responsibility in the pursue of the front group with Team Saxo Bank who still had the leader’s jersey to defend.
Columbia-HTC’s Greg Henderson of New Zealand powered to victory in the bunch sprint that decided stage three of the Vuelta a Espagne.
Cerv?lo TestTeam’s Roger Hammond sprinted to seventh in the 189.7km third stage from Zutphen to Venlo.
Alejandro Valverde took place 119 in the third stage of the Tour of Spain, which took place today between Zutphen and Venlo, still in the Netherlands, on a 189, 7 kilometers.
Alejandro Valverde finished the nine of the prologue of the 64th edition of the Tour of Spain which took place this afternoon on the circuit of Assen in the Netherlands.
Cerv?lo TestTeam kick-started the 64th Vuelta a Espa?a in rain and wind as Ignatas Konovalovas led the way with 18th in the flat and short, 4.8km time trial in Assen, Holland.
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