The 2014 Vuelta a Espana took place between 23rd August - 14th September 2014, starting on the Spanish south coast with an amazing opening stage hosted by Jerez de la Frontera. Vuelta a Espana 2014 saw 198 riders split into 22 teams with riders including the likes of Contador, Froome, Quintana, Valverde, Joaquim Rodriguez, Aru, Uran, Evans, Cancellara and Tony Martin.
The race was made up of a three week cycling tour of Spain, including 20 stages consisting of eight mountain stages, five hill stages, five flat stages and three trials. There were many ups and downs, but from the 10th stage Alberto Contador took the red jersey taking precedence for the rest of the race which saw him win 1'10'' over the runner up, Chris Froome.
Follow the link for the latest news and coverage of the 2015 Vuelta a Espana.
Alberto Contador completes remarkable comeback from fractured leg
Australian solos to victory after late attack
Fabio Aru wins two-up sprint as Kenyan-born Brit gains time on Alberto Contador
German closes in on green jersey after victory number four
Thrilling showdown between world's best stage racers
Stefano Sirotti gallery from the Asturian mountains
Cofidis man attacks late to earn first Grand Tour stage victory
German takes third win of this year's race on Logrono circuit
Alberto Contador keeps red jersey as Nairo Quintana abandons following second crash
Colombian joins big-name Grand Tour victims as race ends on stage 11
World champion beats Fabian Cancellara; Nairo Quintana suffers heavy crash
Javi Moreno marks the escapees as Movistar protect red jersey
Nairo Quintana takes red jersey as general classification receives shake up
Frenchman takes second victory of this year's race in Albacete
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