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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – It’s been another good day for the Movistar Team and Costa Rican Andrey Amador for the Tour of Spain with a third overall position in the competition.

    The tour today was 174 kilometers between the towns of Algeciras and San Fernando. Amidst a beautiful landscape, the blue team riders came out with the confidence of having won the time trial yesterday.

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    The race took place on a flat land, but with high winds. Jonathan Castroviejo brought up the Movistar Team in the back, while Amador was always tucking in his fellow platoon, Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde.

    Amador came into the number 51 position of the stage won by French born Bouhanni, who stood as the winner thanks to a final sprint, with a young star of the FDJ team.

    In general Alejandro Valverde donned the red jersey, and in second place followed Nairo Quintana, and Andrey with a time of 4:15:43.

    The third stage will be run on Monday, a distance of 197 kilometers between Cadiz and Arcos de la Frontera.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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