The 22-year-old Slovenian powerhouse dominated the field over the last two weeks. Meanwhile, Mark Cavendish matched a record number of stage wins.
It was supposed to be Mark Cavendish's magical night but Wout van Aert spoiled the party in Paris, as the Belgian charged to victory on Stage 21 of the Tour de France.
TIGNES, France — Defending champion Tadej Pogacar kept control of the Tour de France on a rain-soaked second day in the Alps as a crash-filled opening week took its toll on rivals on Sunday. “I’m sure a lot of guys suffered today,” said Pogacar, who retained the race leader's yellow
Pro cyclist Lachlan Morton beat the entire Tour de France peloton, yellow jersey and all, to the finish line in Paris by more than four whole days
EF Education-NIPPO's Lachlan Morton beat the entire Tour de France peloton, yellow jersey and all, to the finish line in Paris by more than four whole days in a feat of guts and willpower and just a little bit of crazy.
A white woman who was accused of spitting on a Black female activist at a protest at the Hartford Capitol building was granted special probation, even as prosecutors continue to pursue a hate crime charge.
This year’s race over 21 stages and a distance of 2,121 miles saw a second consecutive win for Tadej Pogacar and Mark Cavendish equal Eddy Merckx’s record of 34 stage victories
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Patrick Redford, who covers cycling and other sports for Defector, about the top storylines in the 2021 Tour de France, which ends this weekend.
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