Vuelta a España stage 1 team time trial start times

Jumbo-Visma in the team time trial at the Vuelta a Espana 2022
Jumbo-Visma in the team time trial at the Vuelta a Espana 2022 (Image credit: Getty Images)

The Vuelta a España will begin with a team time trial on the streets of Barcelona beginning at 18:55 local time. Caja Rural-Seguros RGA will be the first team to embark on the 14.8km race against the clock.

The stage isn't purely flat, featuring minimal elevation as the 22 teams race along the city streets, starting at the beachfront and taking on a succession of largely right-angle bends on a technical course before finishing in front of the famous fountain at Montjuïc Park.

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Vuelta a España - Team Time Trial
OrderTeamStart time CEST
1Caja Rural-Seguros RGA 18:55:00
2Team dsm-firmenich 18:59:00
3Lidl-Trek 19:03:00
4Cofidis 19:07:00
5Burgos-BH 19:11:00
6TotalEnergies 19:15:00
7Team Arkea-Samsic 19:19:00
8Intermarché-Circus-Wanty 19:23:00
9Lotto Dstny 19:27:00
10Bahrain Victorious 19:31:00
11Ef Education-Easypost 19:35:00
12Alpecin-Deceuninck 19:39:00
13Team Jayco AlUla 19:43:00
14Groupama-FDJ 19:47:00
15Bora-Hansgrohe 19:51:00
16Ineos Grenadiers 19:55:00
17Ag2r Citroen Team 19:59:00
18Astana Qazaqstan Team 20:03:00
19Jumbo-Visma 20:07:00
20UAE Team Emirates 20:11:00
21Movistar Team 20:15:00
22Soudal-QuickStep 20:19:00

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