Pogacar beats Peyragudes ahead of Vingegaard, summary and ranking


TOUR OF FRANCE. The second stage of the Pyrenees, the 17th of the Tour, was perfectly managed by the yellow jersey of the Tour de France Jonas Vingegaard who did not waste time against Pogacar. Classification.

20:30 – The final ascent of the Hautacam

LIVE END – The 18th stage of the Tour de France 2022 will be marked this Thursday, July 21 by the final climb of Hautacam: an ascent of 13.6 kilometers to an average of 7.8% Of the five times that the Grande Boucle has passed through Hautacam, the last edition was in 2014 where Vincenzo Nibali won the stage.

20:00 – The profile of the 18th stage

Stage queen of the Pyrenees, the runners have an appointment this Thursday 21 July with two out-of-category passes (Col d’Aubisque and Hautacam) during the 18th stage of the Tour de France 2022 which will run from Lourdes to Hautacam. 58.5 kilometers after the start, the sprinters will be able to get new points in the intermediate sprint on Monday.

19:40 – Wout Van Aert assured that it will be a green shirt

Wearing the green jersey since the 2nd stage of the Tour de France 2022, Wout Van Aert is guaranteed to win the points classification, as long as he completes the Grande Boucle. The Belgian from the Jumbo-Visma team has 416 points, 214 more than the second Tadej Pogacar (202 points).

7:20 pm – Bardet “With the team, we wanted to go back”

After a 16th stage where he finished with great difficulties, Romain Bardet wanted to react this Wednesday, July 20, during the 17th stage of the Tour de France. Something made by the Frenchman who took time in the general classification of his direct competitors: “It was a tough stage like in Granon, I wanted to take the breakaway, and then I was in full swing until the end, to the maximum. With the team we wanted to go back: the dry attack I placed on Aspin. It cost me a lot in the final. “

19:00 – Gaudu: “It’s the head that carries”

Seventh in the 17th stage of the Tour de France 2022, David Gaudu made a complicated race on the wheels of his teammate Valentin Madouas. After the stage, the leader of Groupama-FDJ did not stop thanking him: “Valentin I’ve rarely seen him at this level, thanks to him, without him I don’t do much. That’s why I haven’t let go of my head. It’s the mind that keeps me going, because my legs hurt a lot “It’s the boss who rules!”

18:40 – Geschke keeps his polka dot shirt

After the 17th stage of the Tour de France 2022, Simon Geschke retains his best climber polka dot t-shirt. The German from Cofidis has added six points to his total which is now 64 points. Second in the standings, Jonas Vingegaard has 52 points.

18:20 – Adam Yates big loser of the day

Falling from the first meters of the Col de Val Louron – Azet, Adam Yates finished the 17th stage of the Tour de France 2022 almost nine minutes (8’59 ”) from Tadej Pogacar. The big loser of the day, the British of Inos Grenadiers is now 9th at 14’33 of the yellow jersey Jonas Vingegaard.

18:00 – The top 10 of the 17th stage of the Tour de France

Ahead of Jonas Vingegaard and Brandon McNulty, Tadej Pogacar won the 17th stage of the 2022 Tour de France in Peyragudes. These are the top 10 of the race this Wednesday, July 20th.

17:47 – Vingegaard: “It’s my girlfriend who gives me advice”

“I don’t know if I have everything on hand, but I fought to the end so as not to waste time. I’m happy with what I did today. Defensive position? It takes a lot of energy, to be alert, you. I have to watch it. constantly. I hope tomorrow I’m fine too. The pressure of the shirt? In fact, it’s my girlfriend who gives me advice. She said not to read the newspapers. I don’t let myself be bothered. yellow jersey of the Tour de France after the arrival of the 17th stage.

17:35 – Pogacar: “I wanted the victory”

“We are only 4 and the team was huge, we got the stage victory, we can be very proud, we can’t do much better. We will see tomorrow but I am very happy with this victory, I wanted it,” explained Tadej Pogacar after the 17th stage of the Tour de France.

17:20 – Vinegaard still yellow

Therefore, in the general classification, the Dane Jonas Vingegaard is still a solid leader in this Tour de France although the Jumbo rider has lost 4 seconds. The difference is now 2’18 with Tadej Pogacar while Geraint Thomas is 3rd at 4’56.

17:07 – The video of Pogacar’s victory

Tadej Pogacar, then, won at the top of Peyragudes and won his duel against Vingegaard, but only recovered 4 seconds with the yellow jersey thanks to the bonuses.

16:55 – Gaudu recovers five seconds in Quintana

On the final climb to the finish, David Gaudu overtook Nairo Quintana and finally took him five seconds off Nairo Quintana’s overall standings. 5th in the standings, the Frenchman is just four seconds behind the Colombian.

16:51 – Thomas 4th, Bardet 6th

If Tadej Pogacar won the 17th stage of the Tour de France 2022 ahead of Jonas Vingegaard and Brandon McNulty, Geraint Thomas finished 4th in the stage ahead of Alexey Lutsenko and Romain Bardet, 6th.

16:48 – Victory of Pogacar!

In the sprint, Tadej Pogacar won the 17th stage of the Tour de France 2022 this Wednesday 20 July in Peyragudes ahead of yellow jersey Jonas Vingegaard and his UAE teammate Brandon McNulty. Third victory in this Grande Boucle of the Slovenian.

16:45 – The red flame!

One kilometer for Brandon Mcnulty, Tadej Pogacar and Jonas Vingegaard before the arrival of the 17th stage of the Tour de France 2022.

4:40 pm – Madouas gets up, Gaudu accelerates

A true soldier of David Gaudu, Valentin Madouas has done a tremendous job of supporting his leader. If he got up, the fifth of the general accelerated to be able to distance Louis Meintjes, Nairo Quintana among others.

16:37 – Bardet released by Thomas

While attacking the Quintana group, Romain Bardet was followed by Geraint Thomas before being dropped by the British less than four kilometers from the arrival of the 17th stage of the 2022 Tour de France.

16:34 – Five kilometers for the arrival of the 17th stage

Tadej Pogacar, Jonas Vingegaard and Brandon Mcnulty are just five kilometers from the arrival of the 17th stage of the Tour de France 2022 in Peyragudes. The three leaders are 1’25 ” ahead of the pair Bardet – Thomas, almost three minutes above the group Quintana (Quintana, Gaudu, Meintjes, Vlasov).

16:27 – Followed by Thomas, Bardet attacks

After taking over Geraint Thomas’ group, Romain Bardet attacked but was followed by the Briton, 3rd overall. Nairo Quintana was unable to follow the two runners.

16:24 – Ten kilometers before the arrival of the 17th stage

Brandon Mcnulty, Tadej Pogacar and Jonas Vingegaard have just passed the ten-kilometer sign before the arrival of the 17th stage of the 2022 Tour de France in Peyragudes. The first three men will begin the final ascent.

16:19 – Bardet takes over from Geraint Thomas

Collected and abandoned by the yellow jersey group, Romain Bardet will be in charge of Geraint Thomas’ group which is 1’10 ” from the top three: Brandon Mcnulty, Tadej Pogacar and Jonas Vingegaard.

16:12 – Pogacar attacks Vingegaard

A few meters before passing the summit of the Col de Val Louron – Azet, Tadej Pogacar attacked Jonas Vingegaard. The top two in the overall standings lead the 17th stage of the Tour de France 2022 18 kilometers from the finish.

16:09 – Pinot helps Gaudu

While Thibaut Pinot was relieved by the yellow jersey group, the climber will help his leader David Gaudu at the end of the 17th stage of the 2022 Tour de France.

16:05 – Gaudu away from the yellow jersey group

If the yellow jersey group leads the race after taking over from Andreas Leknessund, David Gaudu is 1’40 ” from the leading group.

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