Its a win!! The tour de France finally meets the winner of the season. Three weeks of fun and excitement have ended finally. The cyclists have given the best to their strengths and abilities. But the final win was secured by Tadej Pogacar. The last stage here was won by Sam Bennett, of the Deceuninck – Quick-Step group, outsprinting world street race champion Mads Pedersen on the Champs Élysées cobbles. Earlier the speculations arose amid pandemic, about the possibility of the race to be conducted and the maintenance responsibilities.
Win to be remembered for long
The exceptional win of Tadej Pogacar will be remembered for long. As the most youthful victor of the Tour de France in a century rode into the city of light at dusk on Sunday, looking each inch the awestruck child, as Tadej Pogacar turned into the main Slovenian to win the yellow pullover. He became the youngest winner since 1904. The marvelous win is followed by his 22 birthday on Monday. The performance was a dramatic one, as he sealed his triumph in the mountain time trial in the finals stage.
Up to that point, it had looked as though his countryman and long-term pioneer Primoz Roglic would guarantee the yellow shirt, however, was a wonderful inversion, it was Pogacar who won the stage and took the race lead by 59 seconds. The 21st phase of Sunday was a professional endeavor. No attempt was made at gateways until the last eight circuits were shut down. Pogacar stayed securely on his bicycle to go too far in the win with his UAE Team Emirates colleagues as the stage was splendidly won by green pullover champ Sam Bennett of Ireland. Not only did he won the yellow jersey, but also sealed the polka dot King of the Mountains prize and also secured a win in the category for best young rider in his first attempt at the Tour.