Enthusiasts Tour de France: Pogacar, Poels, Cavendish ... for whom the distinctive jerseys?
Tour de France: Van Aert surprise winner on the Champs-Élysées, Pogacar in parade ... The essence of the 21st step
© provided by the Parisian the Parisian as expected, this 21st and ultimate stage of the turn of France between Chatou (Yvelines) and the Champs-Elysées gave birth to a massive sprint, on the famous Parisian avenue. The less expected, Wout van Aert has surprised the green jersey, Mark Cavendish, and the other specialists to win his third step on this big loop 2021, the second in a row. The man of the day is Tadej Pogacar, the great winner of this great loop.
Cycling - UCI World Tour / Tour de France 2021 8th Stage - Oyonnax-Le Grand-Bornand (150.8km) - Saturday, July 3, 2021 Yellow jersey life: Tadej Pogacar (SLO / UAE Team Emirates) Its take of power could be expected, she turned out grandiose! Shiny at the counter-la-show of Laval, Tadej Pogacar crushed the Tour de France from the first stage of Haute-Montagne. The holder of the title did not hesitate to go to the attack far from the arrival after the failures of Mathieu van der Poel, who was hardly surprising, and Wout van Aert, more unexpected. Nobody could have taken his wheel, the Slovenian patiently distanced all his rivals and seizes the yellow jersey, that he will bring this Sunday for the second time only and that he should keep a good time. Green Jersey: Mark Cavendish (GBR / Deceuninck-Quick Step) After doing better than to ensure this Friday, the land was really not suitable for Mark Cavendish. The departure in the hill immediately put the British sprinter in difficulty, he who quickly made a reason and took place in the Gruppetto. The only little concern was that of seeing Sonny Colbrelli refueling points to the intermediate sprint but the Italian emarge to another 80 points of the bearer of the green jersey. Mark Cavendish firmly settled on his shoulders and it should continue. Pois Jersey: Wout Poels (PBS / Bahrain Victorious) After Matej Mohoric this Friday, the pea jersey changes carrier but remains within the Bahrain Training Victorious. Brought to the top of the first three difficulties of the day, one classified in 1st category, Wout Poels settles at the top of the ranking of the Mountain Grand Prix with seven points ahead of Michael Woods and eleven on his teammate Dylan Teuns, who picked up the points at the Col de Romme and Col de la Colombière. But with an off-class collar and two of the 1st category this Sunday on the road to Tignes, the fight for the pea jersey is just beginning. White Jersey: Tadej Pogacar (SLO / UAE Team Emirates) already carrier of the best young jersey from the stage, Tadej Pogacar only reinforced it with its strength on the slopes of the romme neck and the neck Colombiere. The leader of the UAE Team Emirates team even made a little more empty around him in this ranking. Indeed, Jonas Vingegaard and David Gaudu point more than five minutes. The Danish of the Jumbo-Visma team will, however, be the bearer of the white jersey this Sunday, Tadej Pogacar recovering the yellow jersey. Best Team: Bahrain Victorious (BAH) with two riders among the first four of the stage and the speed of speed of the Jumbo-Visma team, which only came to Jonas Vingegaard to quot off, the Bahrain Training Victorious Enjoy the opportunity to settle at the top of the team rankings with more than a quarter of an hour in advance on Astana-Premier Tech when Jumbo-Visma is now more than 18 minutes. A podium on which AG2R-Citroën could soon lorgrate. Combative of the day: Wout Poels (PBS / Bahrain Victorious) alone at the top of the race for a good time and very offensive from the beginning of the stage, Wout Poels has collected without much surprise the votes concerning the price of the combativeness. In addition to the pea jersey, the Dutch can proudly bring the red bib from the 9th stage this Sunday cluses.
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© provided by Sports.fr a runner has nevertheless been faster: Lance Armstrong, during the Tour 2005. Tadej Pogacar did not leave scratches to his opponents. If he ran the last counter-la-shows around Saint-Emilion with the handbrake to avoid any risk of fall, the Slovenian won the Tour de France with more than five minutes ahead of his most Near pursuing. A victory to which three steps are added, the jersey of best climber and the best young person.