Vuelta A España 2023: Geoffrey Soupe Defies Odds in Chaotic Stage 7 Win

In what could be best described as a gripping stage with unexpected twists, Vuelta A España Stage 7 kept viewers at the edge of their seats.

The stage largely played out with a seemingly predictable nature, characterized by a somewhat relaxing peloton that suggested a bunch finish.

The presence of a block headwind kept the group together, and despite a few risks posed by crosswinds and a series of roundabouts, most of the race maintained a steady tempo.

However, the intermittent sprints, the unforeseen crashes, and the hairpin turns near the end significantly upped the stakes, turning what could have been a standard stage into an electrifying race.