“The Asturian stages will be key”

EFE · Road Competition · 02/11/2021

Eusebio Unzu, director of Movistar, was “surprised” after knowing the route of the 76th edition of the Vuelta, with several unknown mountain scenarios, one of them the Alto del Gamoniteiro, in Asturias, which together with the previous stage of the Lagos “will be the keys” of the race.

“Asturias offers decisive stages due to its orography. This year we will arrive at the Lakes and the Gamoniteiro, in the last fight between climbers, in an undiscovered port that we have already seen to be spectacular. Both will be the most decisive stages of the Vuelta.

The innovations of the route, with 4 stage finishes up, did not cease to amaze the head of the Movistar.

“It has surprised me a lot, we are going to discover unusual areas of Spain and unknown sores. It seems that a Tour without the Pyrenees cannot be important, but we see that from the third stage with the arrival at Picn Blanco the interest begins, and then by the Alicante area, Alto de Velefique.

Unzu predicts that they are going to be “really difficult stages, and I think that as has happened in the last few years, we will know the final decision in the last 2-3 days before arriving in Santiago.”

After disputing the Tour of Francia, the great goal of the year, Unzu hopes to go to the Vuelta to aspire to the red jersey with Enric Mas and Miguel ngel `Supermn Lpez.

“Both are candidates for Return to Spain, which is one of the important objectives of the season with the Tour. We will go with the best men and in the best conditions. “

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