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Pogacar gets the reassurance he needed against Vingegaard at Paris-Nice

Tadej Pogacar

Tadej Pogacčar routinely travels to places nobody else can reach, but at last year’s Tour de France, he always seemed to have company on journeys he would rather have taken alone. He attacked every which way last July, but he never once succeeded in shaking Jonas Vingegaard loose.

All sorts of explanations were touted for Pogačar’s struggles on the pivotal day on the Col du Granon – the heat, his depleted team, the altitude – but as the race drew on, it became increasingly apparent that the real problem was Vingegaard himself. For the first time in his short career, Pogacar had come up against someone who had his number.

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