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Cycling: Mikel Iturria wins the Vuelta stage 11

By AFP
05 September 2019   |   12:12 pm
Mikel Iturria dug deep to register his first-ever professional win as a mass escape dominated stage 11 at the Vuelta an Espana on Wednesday.

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