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57th Vuelta a España

Spain, September 7- 29, 2002

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Stage 10 - September 16: Córdoba - Córdoba ITT, 36.5 km


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Stage description

Start time (first rider): 12:41 CEST
Finish time (last rider finish): 17:15 CEST

Córdoba has another day of racing with stage ten, with La Vuelta's Individual Time Trial. 36.5 kilometres of a relatively easy course through the streets of Córdoba will see some impressive times as well as some high average speeds. In 1997, when Córdoba last saw an ITT, Santiago Botero achieved the victory with a time of 41.11 at an average speed of 50.992 kilometres per hour.

The course undulates slightly over its entirety, from 100 metres above sea level to 150 before dropping down again to 130 metres, with two short climbs in the opening kilometres.