So we’ve come to the final stage of this year’s Vuelta Femenina and it’s a final one for riders to secure or rescue their GC hopes. There are a pair of tough categorised climbs on the route, the first – Puerto de La Morcuera – is 9.2 km, and an average gradient of 7% and the second – Valdesquí. Comunidad de Madrid – is 12.7 km, and an average gradient of 4.9%.

For most, the GC is a foregone conclusion. It’s tough to see how Demi Vollering will lose 52 seconds to Elisa Longo Borghini, let alone over a minute to the likes of Riejanne Markus, Juliette Labous, her own teammate Niamh Fisher-Black and Evita Muzic. There are still battles further down the order though with some of those mentioned maybe looking to sneak onto the podium. The top-10 could see a shake-up and the chance for riders who lost time yesterday to recover some of it.

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