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Jon Aberasturi has achieved the eighth place at the Vuelta a España stage 10, covering 177 kilometers between Salamanca and Bermillo de Sayago (Zamora) This is the second top-10 place for the team managed by Jon Odriozola on their first Grand Tour ever.
The team did not fight for the break of the day — Ezquerra and Machado — as they were supporting Aberasturi the whole stage. The Euskadi-Murias team even got at the front of the bunch in the last kilometers, but the Basque sprinter couldn’t find his place in the sprint and could only be eighth, behind riders like Elia Viviani, winner of the day, or Peter Sagan.
The Basque team keeps on doing a superb work in their first Vuelta a España — after Edu Prades’ fourth place in the seventh stage and a big presence in breakaways.
Jon Odriozola, manager of the team: “Aberasturi keeps on recovering after his crash and could be eighth today in the sprint. This great result will give him some confidence in order to face the next chances he will have. We keep on improving day by day and that’s good news. Also, the team did a great job in the last kilometers fighting against all the WorldTour squads — and that’s something we must be proud of.”
Stage 11 will have a more difficult course with four climbs which will count for the KOM classification. This will be the longest stage of this Vuelta — covering 207.8 kilometers between Mombuey (Zamora) and Ribeira Sacra-Luintra (Ourense).
Image: Photo Gómez Sport