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57th Vuelta a España

Spain, September 7- 29, 2002

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Stage 20 - September 28: Avila -Warner Bros Park (S. Martín de la Vega), 141.2 km


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Stage description

Start time: 13:54 CEST
Finish time: 17:15 CEST

With the mountains behind them at last, the sprinters can look forward to one more stage before the final time trial in Madrid. Today's 141 km leg is from Avila to Warner Bros Park, with only a couple of small climbs to break things up. When they hit Fuenlabrada (km 116), the riders will be cheered on by a big and enthusiastic crowd. From then on, it's just 25 km to the finish in Warner Bros Part, which will also be popular for the fans.