Miguel Angel Lopez wins Catalonia Volta ahead of Yates
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Colombian rider Miguel Angel Lopez won the Catalonia Volta after maintaining his lead on Sunday’s final stage.
Lopez, a rider for Astana, finished the seven-day race 14 seconds ahead of Adam Yates.
Egan Bernal was third 17 seconds back, followed by Nairo Quintana who was 25 seconds off the pace.
Davide Formolo of Bora-Hansgrohe won the final stage, a 143.1-kilometer (88.9-mile) trek starting and finishing in Barcelona.
The 25-year-old Lopez took the lead after winning the fourth stage in the Pyrenees Mountains.
Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome finished the race more than an hour behind in 94th place.