Madrid: Australian cyclist Kaden Groves has won the fourth stage of the Vuelta a Espana cycling race. The 78th edition of the Vuelta a Espana cycling race has begun in Spain, consisting of 21 stages.
In the race, cyclists from 22 teams are in action. 24-year-old Australian cyclist Kaden Groves secured victory in the fourth stage of the Vuelta a Espana cycling race. This is his first stage win in the race.
Colombia’s 29-year-old Juan Sebastián Molano secured second place in the fourth stage, while Belgian cyclist Edward Theuns claimed the third position. Belgian cyclist Milan Menten secured fourth place, and Dries Van Gestel, also from Belgium, obtained the fifth position. The Vuelta a Espana cycling race is ongoing in Spain.
The fourth stage of the Vuelta a Espana cycling race stretched from Andorra la Vella (Andorra) to Teraiguona on a mountainous track covering 181.3 kilometers. Australian cyclist Kaden Groves showcased remarkable cycling skills, leaving all rival cyclists behind and securing the first position. Australian cyclist Kaden Groves completed the fourth stage in the desired time of 4 hours, 5 minutes, and 41 seconds, securing the first position.
In the fourth stage of the race, Colombia’s 29-year-old Juan Sebastian Molano secured second place, Edward Theuns from Belgium secured third place, Milan Menten from Belgium secured fourth place, and Dries Van Gestel from Belgium secured fifth place. Belgian cyclist Remco Evenepoel retains the red jersey.
The Vuelta a España cycling race comprises a total of 21 stages, in which participating cyclists will cover a distance of 3153.8 kilometers. The Vuelta a España cycling race is set to conclude on September 17th in Madrid, the capital of Spain.