TE24 Sports Desk:
LAUSEN, Switzerland – Champion Tadej Pogacar said on Saturday that he was concerned that COVID-19 could wreak havoc on the Tour de France this year when the Slovenians grabbed the leader’s yellow jersey after Stage 8.
The Belgian driver, Wout van Aert, won the coronavirus-infected Lausanne method, and Pogačar finished third. Pogakar’s UAE team, Norwegian Begard Stakellenjen of the Emirates and Frenchman Geoffrey Bouchard of AG2R Citroen withdrew the virus-positive, leaving Peloton under the clouds in the Jura region.
“It’s a big panic, the epidemic is still with us and we can’t take the risk of competing with it,” said the 23-year-old two-time defending champion.
“We test every day, but Veggard got sick at night, really, it’s worrying. All the fans are running and screaming on the side of the road, but sometimes I think that’s the reason.
“He’s a platoon of our team,” continued the Slovenians of Fahl Langen. “The big guy that takes us, but I think we can go to Paris without him.”
Jumbo Wismar Van Art is ahead of Australia’s popular Michael Matthews. He won the climb, followed by Pogasar.
This was a second-round win for Van Art, who finished second in the first round in Denmark, ahead of Fabio Jacobsen (149) of Quickstep Alpha Vinyl and Pogassar at 264 in the sprint rankings. I raised it to the point. 128.
Matthew van der Paul, Van Art’s main rival, fell from behind Proton before the attack.
“It would have been more dignified to beat Matthew, but I can only beat those who are there,” said Van Art, a big star alongside the 2022 Tour de France Pogacar. Pogačar, who arrived
Seat, Van Art left and paused shortly before putting his hand in the sanitary gel and putting it in his mouth.
“Winning a bike race is never easy. Winning on the stage of the Tour de France is never easy. Today I have to find a way to thank the team for helping me.”
Pogačar also won a 4-second bonus in 3rd place, topping Jumbo Dan Jonas Vingard at the top of the leaderboards by 39 seconds. Let’s follow the pullback
Covid, roadside fans are cheering on Pak on the way to the Swiss border by playing cowbells. There they got a glimpse of what was coming to the Alps.
In its first fall, Pogachal and third-ranked Geraint Thomas were captured, and French mountaineer Thibaut Pinot not only fell twice, but was also hit by a roadside food bag dealer when he made a mistake.
Dan Magnus Kort Nielsen of EF Education-Easy Post again came on stage 9 after the polka dot jersey and Tom Pedocok of Enos, who was second after Pogacar, wore a white U26 jersey.
The ninth stage on Sunday is from Eggle to the alpine resort Chatelle Portes du Soleil on the French-Swiss border, with an additional 40km of climbing on the 192km route.
She peaks at 1,778m at the top of Croix Pass. Meanwhile, the 15km 6% gradient challenge at Pas de deux waits for tired feet before the tour returns to France in the final 10km.
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