AG2R-La Mondiale starts the team time trial.

Stage 1

Saturday, August 28 2010
Sevilla - Sevilla 13 km
Yauheni Hutarovich celebrates winning stage two of the Vuelta

Stage 2

Sunday, August 29 2010
Alcalá de Guadaíra - Marbella 173.7 km
Philippe Gilbert (Omega Pharma - Lotto) wins stage three in Málaga.

Stage 3

Monday, August 30 2010
Marbella - Málaga 157.3 km
Igor Anton (Euskaltel-Euskadi) wins stage four to Valdepeñas de Jaén.

Stage 4

Tuesday, August 31 2010
Málaga - Valdepeñas de Jaén 183.8 km
Tyler Farrar (Garmin - Transitions) is metres away from winning the second Vuelta stage of his career.

Stage 5

Wednesday, September 1 2010
Guadix - Lorca 198.8 km
Thor Hushovd (Cervelo TestTeam) claims the Vuelta stage in Murcia.

Stage 6

Thursday, September 2 2010
Caravaca de Cruz - Murcia 151 km
Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre) celebrates his first stage win of the Vuelta.

Stage 7

Friday, September 3 2010
Murcia - Orihuela 187.1 km
David Moncoutie (Cofidis) soloed to victory in stage eight of the Vuelta.

Stage 8

Saturday, September 4 2010
Villena - Xorret del Catí 190 km
David Lopez (Caisse d’Epargne) takes a solo victory in the Vuelta's ninth stage.

Stage 9

Sunday, September 5 2010
Calpe - Alcoy 187.7 km
Imanol Erviti (Caisse d'Epargne)

Stage 10

Tuesday, September 7 2010
Tarragona - Vilanova i la Geltrú 175.7 km
Ezequiel Mosquera (Xacobeo Galicia) was disappointed not to take the win after he lit up the stage.

Stage 11

Wednesday, September 8 2010
Vilanova i la Geltrú - Andorra 208.4 km
Cavendish has led the Vuelta but Lleida was his first sprint stage win.

Stage 12

Thursday, September 9 2010
Andorra la Vella - Lleida 172.5 km
Mark Cavendish (HTC-Columbia)

Stage 13

Friday, September 10 2010
Rincón de Soto - Burgos 196 km
Vuelta Stage 14 winner Joaquin Rodriguez (Team Katusha) on the podium

Stage 14

Saturday, September 11 2010
Burgos - Peña Cabarga 178 km
The peloton in stage 15 of the Vuelta

Stage 15

Sunday, September 12 2010
Solares - Lagos de Covadonga 187.3 km
Mikel Nieve (Euskaltel-Euskadi) won after a long breakaway.

Stage 16

Monday, September 13 2010
Gijón - Alto de Cotobello 181.4 km
Peter Velits (HTC - Columbia) was a surprise winner in the stage 17 time trial and moved up to third on GC.

Stage 17

Wednesday, September 15 2010
Peñafiel - Peñafiel 46 km
Mark Cavendish (HTC-Columbia) wins in Salamanca

Stage 18

Thursday, September 16 2010
Valladolid - Salamanca 148.9 km
Philippe Gilbert (Omega Pharma - Lotto) celebrates his victory in Toledo.

Stage 19

Friday, September 17 2010
Piedrahita - Toledo 231.2 km
Ezequiel Mosquera (Xacobeo-Galicia) on the attack.

Stage 20

Saturday, September 18 2010
San Martín de Valdeiglesias - Bola del Mundo 172.1 km
Farrar wins ahead of Cavendish and Davis

Stage 21

Sunday, September 19 2010
San Sebastián de los Reyes - Madrid 85 km
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