Damiano Cunego (Lampre-NGC)

Stage 1

Saturday, August 29 2009
Assen - Assen 4.5 km
Gerald Ciolek (Milram), l, wins Vuelta a España stage two in Emmen, Netherlands.

Stage 2

Sunday, August 30 2009
Assen - Emmen 202 km
Riders part at a roundabout.

Stage 3

Monday, August 31 2009
Zutphen - Venlo 189.7 km
Andrè Greipel (Team Columbia-Highroad) wins stage two in Sittard, the German's eighth victory of the season.

Stage 4

Tuesday, September 1 2009
Venlo - Lieja 224 km
André Greipel (Columbia-HTC) celebrates his second consecutive stage win at the Vuelta a España.

Stage 5

Thursday, September 3 2009
Tarragona - Vinaros 174 km
Borut Bozic (Vacansoleil) sprints to a stage win.

Stage 6

Friday, September 4 2009
Xativa - Xativa 177 km
Ivan Basso (Liquigas) riding the Valencia time trial

Stage 7

Saturday, September 5 2009
Valencia - Valencia 30 km
Damiano Cunego (Lampre-NGC) wins the eighth stage.

Stage 8

Sunday, September 6 2009
Alzira - Alto de Aitana 206 km
Gustavo Cesar Veloso (Xacobeo Galicia)

Stage 9

Monday, September 7 2009
Alcoy - Xorret de Cati 186 km
Simon Gerrans (Cervélo TestTeam) wins Vuelta a España stage 10 in Murcia, Spain.

Stage 10

Tuesday, September 8 2009
Alicante - Murcia 162 km
Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Slipstream) takes the win

Stage 11

Wednesday, September 9 2009
Murcia - Caravaca de la Cruz 200 km
Evans, Danielson, Valverde all within reach of the Vuelta win

Rest Day

Thursday, September 10 2009
Almeria - blank
Ryder Hesjedal (Garmin-Slipstream) won stage 12 of the Vuelta a Espana.

Stage 12

Friday, September 11 2009
Almeria - Alto de Velefique 174 km
David Moncoutié (Cofidis) makes his way up the mountain.

Stage 13

Saturday, September 12 2009
Berja - Alto de Sierra Nevada 175 km
Damiano Cunego (Lampre-NGC) climbed to a win in stage 14.

Stage 14

Sunday, September 13 2009
Granada - La Pandera 157 km
Lars Boom (Rabobank)

Stage 15

Monday, September 14 2009
Jaén - Córdoba 167.7 km
Stage winner André Greipel (Columbia-HTC) raises his arms in triumph.

Stage 16

Tuesday, September 15 2009
Córdoba - Puertollano 170 km
Anthony Roux (Française des Jeux) wins the stage ahead of a charging bunch

Stage 17

Wednesday, September 16 2009
Ciudad Real - Talavera de la Reina 193.6 km
Philip Deignan (Cervélo TestTeam) on his way to a stage win.

Stage 18

Thursday, September 17 2009
Talavera de la Reina - Avila 187 km
The bunch faced some wet weather in Spain.

Stage 19

Friday, September 18 2009
Avila - La Granja. Real Fábrica de Cristales 174 km
David Millar (Garmin-Slipstream) grits it out on his way to victory.

Stage 20

Saturday, September 19 2009
Toledo - Toledo 26 km
Andre Greipel (Columbia-HTC) won the final stage in Madrid.

Stage 21

Sunday, September 20 2009
Rivas - Madrid 110.2 km
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