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Jonas Vingegaard tried to stop Tadej Pogacar before the end of the seventh stage of the Tour de France to Planche des Belles Fille, and appeared to be on his way to the victory stage.
But the man in yellow responded to the Danish attack.
With twenty meters left, Pogacar finished and took the stage victory in the seventh stage. The 23-year-old also won the sixth stage of Longwy.
– For a predator, 2 TV commentator Christian Bach shrieked.
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Khatib at the top
Pogacar now leads a total of 35 seconds in Vingegaard. The Slovenian is down 1.10 against Geriant Tomas in third.
– It was very difficult, especially at the end when he attacked Jonas. He was very strong, but his teammates worked with me all day, so I had to push myself all the way to the end, especially when Urska Zigart (the fiancé) was at the top and the family at the bottom. Poojakar says in the victory interview that it was a special day.
Pojacar praised Vinggaard as the world’s best climber.
– It was a brutal ending, but I think I could be happy. I tried on my butt, but when it came and I only had 20 meters left, I had nothing to answer for, says Vingegaard.
“I hope to be better at the longer climbs,” he says.
Jumbo-Visma’s Sports Director Grisha Nirman was thrilled.
We didn’t have a screen to follow, but we heard Jonas attacked, and then we hoped he would win. It was very close. We should be very happy about this, as it was a perfect climb for Bougacar. Jonas almost beat him, so we can be very happy. It’s in the right place, although that’s not the kind of climbing it’s used to, Nirman tells TV 2.
Laengen’s share in the breach
There were numerous attempts to get down to a break on stage on Friday. When the group finally got away, it was with eleven passengers. Among them was Vegard Stake Laengen, but the assistant rider of Tadej Pogacar descended to the main square and went straight ahead.
Stake Laengen and the rest of the UAE-UAE team made sure the breakthrough was within reach. At most, the breakup was ahead by more than three minutes.
The broken comrades began beating each other up over the seven-kilometre first-class climb, Planche des Belles Filles, but from behind came the main field and snapped the loopholes. Leonard Keenan was the last to be captured with only a few hundred meters left.
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