Bahrain-Merida's Italian cyclist Vincenzo Nibali celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the 3rd stage of the 72nd edition of "La Vuelta" Tour of Spain cycling race, on August 21, 2017 in Andorra la Vella. AFP / JAIME REINA
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Chris Froome climbed into the leader's red jersey at the Vuelta a Espana Monday despite missing out on the stage 3 win to Vincenzo Nibali.Four-time Grand Tour winner Nibali took the mountainous 158.5-kilometer ride from Prades to Andorra la Vella in 4:01:22 ahead of Spaniard David de la Cruz with Tour de France champion Froome in third.It was another disappointing day for three-time Vuelta winner Alberto Contador in his final race before retirement as he finished more than two minutes down on the leaders to trail Froome by 3:10 overall.
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