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Carlos Rodriguez, Almunecar declares himself champion of Spain on the way

At 21 years of age, Carlos Rodriguez was declared champion of Spain on absolute road.

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Carlos Rodriguez, Almunecar declares himself champion of Spain on the way

At 21 years of age, Carlos Rodriguez was declared champion of Spain on absolute road. Almunecar's cyclist, who was enrolled in Ineos Grenadiers, won a stunning victory. He climbed fifteen kilometers to break his national record and then dropped downhill to Palma. In just four hours, 21 minutes, and 43 seconds, he completed the challenging 186 km with more than 2,500 vertical metres of the test. Carlos Rodriguez, Omar Fraile's title holder with Ineos, is now in his place. He worked hard to win the title, and from a promise of Spanish-language cycling, he is finally present. He will be wearing the Vuelta jersey of the Spanish champion. His team, the Ineos Grenadiers dedicated their support to him via social media.

It is amazing, I've been fighting in lower categories and it was not possible until now. Carlos Rodriguez spoke with Eurosport after the race to share his feelings about being selected in the elite category. "It is very special to be able wear the jersey with the flag my country for the whole year. "I am grateful to my team, particularly my coach, director, and masseuse for supporting me throughout the year. They are the reason. My family. Everyone is taking care me and it goes to them, "dedicated Almunecar. He found his mother as soon as he crossed that finish line.

Carlos Rodriguez said that the test was conducted under "quite high heat and at a fast pace." It was hard to control her and she needed to make the most of every opportunity. Two laps left, I noticed that the race was getting more difficult and I wanted to know how my rivals were doing. Five of us left and they caught us on the last climb. I was able make a counterattack and go solo. It was already a time trial to the finish line and whatever it had been. It worked out to be champion. Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't," explained the cyclist about his strategy to win the title.

It was a very traditional race in which Carlos Rodriguez and Jesus Herrada (Cofidis), as well as Alex Aranburu, (Movistar), escaped. They were the ones with the most titles to the final four-lap circuit. The main obstacle being Coll de Sa Belief. This was exactly where the sexitan unleashed his devastating attack to prove that he was the most powerful in the uphill battle, and to assert his superiority. Carlos Rodriguez defeated Juan Ayuso (UAE), his generational rival who came in fourth. He was fourth in the time trial two days ago, 31 seconds behind Raul Garca Pierna (Kern Pharma).

Carlos Rodriguez wears the gold medal and his jersey on the podium. / ROYAL SPANISH CYCLING FEDERATION

Carlos Rodriguez was previously a national champion in the individual trial in lower categories as a youth and cadet. This is his first online title. According to "Relevo", he is wanted by Movistar in 2023. He still has one year on his Ineos contract. His next event is the Tour of Spain, but he also has the option to travel to the Tour de France. In 1996, a man from Granada won the title of champion of Spain. Manolo Fernandez Giles, a native from La Zubia, won the title in 1996. He defeated Fernando Escartin and Abraham Olano in Sabinanigo, Huesca, after Miguel Angel, Loja Grief did a tremendous job.

The title of champion of Spain, Carlos Rodriguez's most prestigious title, is a confirmation of his ambitions in a season that has been a season of revelations and accomplishments. The sexitan started the campaign climbing to the podium of the Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana, and finishing fourth in the Vuelta a Andalucia. He would then shine in the Strade bianche, where he was the main challenger to the current world dominator of cycling, Tadej Paogacar. He impressed with his second place finish on the mountainous Route d'Occitanie after a month of not wearing a bib. Before that, he was fourth in Friday's ITT, and was named champion in the road race this Sunday.

Carlos Rodriguez was not the only one to shine. Alejandro Ropero (Eolo-Kometa), a Granada-born native, and Juan Antonio Lopez-Cozar Chupe (Burgos-BH), a native of Loja and Otura, had also outstanding performances. Ropero finished seventh in the second chasing group. Chupe was one minute and a half behind. After a difficult season, which included many physical issues and after two months of not competing, this is a huge success for Ropero.

Carlos Rodriguez was awarded yesterday the right to wear the jersey of the national champion in the colors and flag for 365 consecutive days. It will be worn by him, among others, during the Tour of Spain, which will begin on Friday, August 19, in Utrecht (The Netherlands), and end in Madrid on September 11. It will be the first time that it crosses the eight Andalusian Provinces. In fact, it plans that the stage of September 4, which starts in Martos (Jaen), ends in Sierra Nevada at 2,850m high. This controversial regulatory change was approved by the Andalusian government in July. Carlos Rodriguez has previously announced that he will participate in Vuelta a Burgos, August 2-6, and that he may also be able to travel to the Tour de France from July 1-24.

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