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TV

There will be live streams of the race at regional TV station À Punt.

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Timetable

The two opening stages will end around 5pm CEST; the ones in the weekend will be over around 3.30pm CEST.

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Bonus

There will be 10-6-4″ at every finish, plus 3-2-1″ at intermediate sprints – none featured at the final stage, by the way!

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Score

The race's official Twitter account is @SetmanaCiclista.

Stages

Analysis

01
Barxeta - Gandía (125km)
06 May
  1. 01 Annemiek van Vleuten Movistar Team 3h21’02”
  2. 02 Mavi García Alé BTC Ljubljana +2’06”
  3. 03 Katrine Aalerud Movistar Team +2’12”
  4. 17 Paula Patiño Movistar Team +3’03”
  5. 58 Alicia González Movistar Team +7’16”
  6. 94 Sheyla Gutiérrez Movistar Team +16’12”
  7. 98 Gloria Rodríguez Movistar Team +17’15”
02
Castellón - Vila-real (130km)
07 May
    03
    Sagunto - Valencia (120km)
    08 May
      04
      Finestrat - Alicante (114km)
      09 May

        Analysis

        The Movistar Team returns, following a year’s absence, to the Setmana Valenciana, the first race with long climbs of the women’s season. Those ascents are usually held, though, far from the finish at most stages, which invites the riders to long-range attacks and also keeps the GC wide open until the final day.

        The decisive stage could well be the opening one (Thursday 6th), with the climbs of Barxeta (Cat-4) and, above that, Barx (Cat-2) just before the finish in Gandía. The fastest finishers will then have two chances on Friday 7th, in Vila-real, and Saturday 8th, in Valencia. The race will end on Sunday 9th will the long ascent of Tudons (Cat-1) and the ‘altos’ of Benifallim (Cat-2) and Collao (Cat-3), though, again, all climbs are outside the last 60km.