Vuelta a Espana: Uran moves up standings on La Camperona

Rigoberto Uran (Team EF Education First - Drapac)

Despite giving away a few seconds on the Vuelta a Espana' s stage 13 summit finish to La Camperona, Rigoberto Uran ( EF Education First-Drapac ) climbed three spots in the overall standings. The Colombian said that the climb was too steep for him and he didn't have the legs to follow a late move from Simon Yates and Nairo Quintana. He crossed the line 25 seconds back on his compatriot but moved from ninth to sixth as others slipped back on the steep mountain test. "The stage was very nice but it was really hard. This climb is special because it's so short and too steep," Uran told Cyclingnews . "It was one kilometre to go [when Quintana and Yates attacked] but I didn't follow because this climb is too hard for me. I was going full gas. I finished up at the front with most of the favourites. ...

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