Sport van Aert, the big doubt is confirmed…

08:10  01 august  2022
08:10  01 august  2022 Source:   sports.fr

Van Aert fell in love with

 Van Aert fell in love with supplied by Sports.fr He is above all happy to have been able to contribute to the success of its leader Jonas Vingegaard. and suddenly, the armor has split. After the arrival of the 20th stage of the Tour de France, Wout Van Aert could not hold back his tears. The Belgian won the Rocamadour's time trial, his third victory over this big loop, but he was overwhelmed by a whole bunch of emotions.

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Si Jonas Vingegaard won the Tour de France and if Tadej Pogacar was his first rival, the double holder of the title multiplying the attacks In an attempt to catch up after his hiccup in the climb of Granon, the great man of this 2023 Tour has the name Wout Van Aert. However, the Belgian finished the big loop to an anonymous 22nd place more than an hour and a half from his teammate. Nevertheless, by winning three stages, flying over the race for the green jersey and especially by being constantly attacking, the Native of Antwerp was the hero of these three weeks.

“He made an extraordinary tour of France. I have rarely seen such a powerful runner on all terrains. It was really incredible, enthusiastic Nicolas Fritsch at the microphone of Eurosport. He still won three stages, with a time, a sprint, a breakaway by accelerating in a bump. He was elected super-combative and was the best adventurer, which is rare for a green jersey. We saw him finished third in Hautacam by blowing up Pogacar while he was escaped from the zero kilometer.

Van Aert, team teammate

 Van Aert, team teammate © provided by Sport 365 Tour de France Cycling / Tour de France 2022 19th stage - Castelnau -Magnoac -Cahors (188.3km) - Friday July 22, 2022 The life of jerseys 0 © Supplied by Sports.fr Yellow jersey Yellow jersey: Jonas Vingegaard (Dan/Jumbo-Visma) After consolidating his domination on this Tour de France in Hautacam, Jonas Vingegaard spent a fairly simple day except at a time. The Danish saw Tadej Pogacar following an attack in the descent of the Côte de Saint-Daunès.

He will always be less strong in the mountain

, however, see Wout Van Aert win the Tour de France in the future and thus succeed Lucien Van Impe, last Belgian to have imposed himself on the big loop, appears still utopian. “Wout Van Aert is for me the great character of the Tour de France. However, I don't think he can win the Tour. He certainly wins the time but with very little advance on Vingegaard, who could even have prevailed, and on Pogacar, and he will always be less strong than the two in the mountains. This is a certainty, "said the former FDJ runner. An opinion shared by Cyrille Guimard.

“Wout Van Aert was the real boss and the great man of this Tour de France. We saw him everywhere and all the time: he was cleaning when it was necessary to clean up, he was doing the dishes when it was necessary to do the dishes and he went up on the roof if there was a tile to change. Will he be able to win the Tour one day? I believe that this is a question to which we already answered some time ago, it is no ... except in exceptional circumstances which would make that ", said the" druid ", also pointing to the fingers Limits of the Belgian champion: "When we see him doing his numbers in the mountains, we must not forget that he is in the breakaway, which allows him to manage the intensity of his efforts in the ascent. If you put it on a fight, at the height of Pogacar and Vingegaard when they put combding in the passes, it could not follow the accelerations. If he had to defend a yellow jersey in the Alps and the Pyrenees, I would not be too confident if I was his sports director, and it makes sense.

His only hope would therefore reside in a somewhat cut route for him, with "two 50 kilometers and a moderate mountainous course", according to Nicolas Fritsch. "In the meantime, I don't really believe it, even if you never say never," he added while Cyrille Guimard imagines him to be in contrast to win the Giro. "I consider the Tour of Italy as the third big round, with a lower level of participation, why not."

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