Giant-killer Rodriguez gives Euskadi-Murias a massive Vuelta a Espana triumph

Oscar Rodriguez celebrates as he wins the stage

Oscar Rodriguez ( Euskadi-Murias ) has clinched what is unquestionably his team's biggest win to date in the Vuelta a España on Friday, with a stand-out solo win on the Camperona. Rodriguez dropped riders of the calibre of triple Tour de France stage winner Rafal Majka (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Dylan Teuns (BMC Racing Team) less than two kilometres from the finish line of the painfully steep eight-kilometre ascent. Rodriguez's victory represents a massive triumph for his Euskadi-Murias team, which is making its debut in the Vuelta a España this year in the same season as it has moved up a category to the Pro Continental division. "I got dropped at the foot of the climb because I wanted to ride up at my own pace, and then when I caught the two guys ahead [Majka and Teuns] I saw they were looking a bit rough, so I pushed a little bit ...

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