Vuelta a España: Jumbo-Visma gives up the Red Jersey

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Randy and Dean Warren talk about cycling and the latest in professional racing.  The Vuelta a España has completed five stages with the race moving around presently in the Basque region of Spain after the first three stages took place in the Netherlands.  Team Jumbo-Visma has passed the red leaders jersey to four different riders in the first four stages, but in stage five has let it go.  Spain gets its first grand tour stage win in two years with UAE Team Emerites’ Marc Solar in a breakaway.  The US names it’s worlds squad for the upcoming championships in Australia in September.  

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