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A daring raid in the crosswinds of Stage 6, and a gritty ride to limit losses on Lagos de Covadonga, and Annemiek has her first victory of 2023. The Dutch world champion won the general classification of the Vuelta Femenina by nine seconds over Demi Vollering, her third consecutive Vuelta win.

The three podium finishers of the Vuelta Femenina race up Lagos de Covadonga

Van Vleuten’s red jersey is only the beginning of a massively successful week for SRAM athletes at the Vuelta. SRAM riders won the top five positions on GC, six of seven stages, and the top three positions in the mountains and points jersey competitions. The final results:

General Classification

  1. Annemiek van Vleuten, Movistar Team
  2. Demi Vollering, Team SD Worx
  3. Gaia Realini, Trek-Segafredo
  4. Riejanne Markus, Team Jumbo-Visma
  5. Ricarda Bauernfeind, Canyon//SRAM Racing
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Points Classification

  1. Marianne Vos, Team Jumbo-Visma
  2. Demi Vollering, Team SD Worx
  3. Annemiek van Vleuten, Movistar Team
  4. Gaia Realini, Trek-Segafredo
  5. Riejanne Markus, Team Jumbo-Visma
  6. Marlen Reusser, Team SD Worx

Mountains Classification

  1. Gaia Realini, Trek-Segafredo
  2. Demi Vollering, Team SD Worx
  3. Annemiek van Vleuten, Movistar Team

Stage Wins

Stage 1, Team Time Trial: Team Jumbo-Visma

Stages 3 and 4: Marianne Vos

Stages 5 and 7: Demi Vollering

Stage 6: Gaia Realini

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All photos by Getty Images