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Britain's Chris Froome produced a superb display to win the stage 19 time trial of the Vuelta a Espana and cut the overall lead of Nairo Quintana down to one minute and 21 seconds heading into the penultimate stage.
Team Sky rider Froome had gone into the 37-kilometre course from Javea to Calpe trailing Colombian Quintana by three minutes and 37 seconds.
However, the Tour de France champion and 2016 Olympic time trial bronze medallist was the only rider to clock under 47 minutes, finishing with a time of 46 minutes and 33 seconds to beat Jonathan Castroviejo's mark, the Movistar rider coming in 44 seconds adrift.
Swede Tobias Ludvigsson was third, the Team Giant Alpecin rider posting a time of 47mins and 57secs.
Quintana, meanwhile, could only manage 48:49 to finish two minutes and 16 seconds behind Froome, who is aiming to become the first winner of the Tour de France and Vuelta in the same season for 38 years.
Saturday's stage will be over 193.2kms, starting from Benidorm to include mountain passes of Rates, Ebo, Tollos and Tudons before finishing on the special category climb of Alto de Aitana, with the processional finale set for Sunday into Madrid.
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Chris Froome has announced that he has extended his current Team Sky deal through to the end of 2018.
Froome, who won last year's Tour to go with his 2013 crown, announced the news during the team's training camp in Mallorca.
"Team Sky have been fundamental to my success to date, so it was a very easy decision to commit to the team until the end of 2018," Froome said in a statement.
"Their values are my values and I am proud to ride for a team that has shown you can win the biggest bike races in the world clean.
"2015 was a fantastic year for me both professionally and personally and this is a great kick-start to 2016. I am more motivated than I have ever been and I have got big targets for this Olympic year. I can't wait to start racing."
Froome has been with Sky since the team was founded in 2010.
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Chris Froome's absence from the Road Cycling World Championships has been confirmed after Great Britain announced the team for Richmond.
Two-time Tour de France champion Froome withdrew from the Vuelta a Espana with a fractured bone in his foot which has ruled him out of the trip to the United States for the September 19 to 27 event.
Mark Cavendish, the 2011 world champion, and Geraint Thomas, the 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist, lead the men's road race squad, which has plenty of options. Lizzie Armitstead headlines the women's team.