Pedersen shines in Montilla on another day of commotion with the positives – Marca

The day dawned, how could it be otherwise, with news related to Covid-19. The UAE team confirmed that Juan Ayuso had tested positive but, having a very low viral load, he could continue in the race as his teammate Rafal Majka did in the Tour de France. Coquard left, but knowing that at the end of the day he would get off .Bou, Okamika and Van Den Berg were the brave ones who mounted the escape. But the platoon had everything under control. With 10 km to go, the multicolored snake gobbled up the escapees. It was time for the fast men to prepare the stage for their ‘bullet’ in a final in Montilla that stung upwards. An exciting finale. Dozens of fast men reached the final meters with a lot of gunpowder. Pedersen jumped on that little rise. The Trek cyclist had several shots at the post and, this time, he managed to take the victory. Coquard, by the way, was second before getting off LaVuelta. There were no differences between the favorites before a great mountainous weekend in Andaluca. This Saturday, another stage: Stage 14: Montoro-Sierra de la Pandera (160.3 km) Narrow road, rough asphalt and a finish that is already synonymous with pain in LaVuelta. Roberto Heras was the first to win the Pandera in 2002 and a year later Alejandro Valverde followed. Majka was the last to raise his arms in a pass that is super demanding in the final 9 km, with a slope