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The lesson Pogakar learned at the Stones of Flanders: “Back”

The lesson Pogakar learned at the Stones of Flanders: "Back"

The Slovenian awarded the Belgian spring classics, but “disappointed” against van der Poel and dropped out of the podium. “I didn’t have enough legs to take it off the hook,” I admitted.

Pogakar, in goal.Julian WarnandEFE
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Miguel Indurain I never drink Flanders or Roubaix. one of two alberto counter, Cold, allergies, time of season… It was not Spanish territory. Nor was it too much to ‘bend hands’ in general. Lance Armstrong They were once seen by Paterberg and the old Kwaremont, but they never disputed. Examples of Belgian cobblestones’ common belief of the incompatibility of those hells with which spring begins, for example, winning a Tour.

she did it Eddy Merckx, And then Bernard Hinault, who hated Hell of the North so much that he ended up winning Pars-Roubaix in 1981. Those Flemish follies, with the cold, mud, cobblestones and walls that crowded thousands of people into the gutters, were for the experts. One fact tells it all. Louis Bobet (1955) and Cannonball (1969 and 1975) are the only Tour winners to have won in Flanders. Tadej PogakarUndisputedly the best cyclist in the world, he wants to be like him, even if it costs him some tantrums.

On Sunday he entered the Oudenarde finish line with his arms raised, but out of pure rage. His performance in the Tour of Flanders brought cycling honors, but he did not finish on the podium either. Something similar happened to her a few days ago in a beautiful aperitif from Thru Flanders. He learned a lesson that will surely be the first step towards the day he will be successful. It is not enough just to be the strongest.

The UAE confirmed that the idea was that Pogacar, at its debut, would recognize the cobblestones for the Tour, which would travel through Roubaix land during its first leg. But to the recognized “desperation” of the Slovenian was proof that all he wanted was to make history (the day before, at the recognition of Cuermont, he broke records). He met a classic maniac who’s poised to become one of the best, irreverent Matthew van der Poela,


“Generally it’s been a great experience, a really incredible race. In the end we brightened up the atmosphere with a duel with van der Poel, especially on the climb it’s been something incredible. I love this race”, Pogakar later admitted having finished fourth, not only surpassed by the Dutch, but also in the final sprint. Van Baarle and Madauas, which reached them in the last 200 metres. The race was dynamic, pushing van der Poel to the limit on the final climb – “There was a tailwind in Quermont and I decided to start there to give my best until the finish line. Chicken. Van der Poel joins me.” stood up and tried to accelerate, but I didn’t have enough legs to get him off the hook. There was no way in Patterberg, I was too strong, we were equal”-, the winner of the Tour didn’t know how Play her letters to sprint. Perhaps he must have leaned against the Alpecin in some way. “At first I was disappointed that I couldn’t do my sprint. I was boxed in, but that’s cycling, sometimes you have an open road and sometimes you’re locked,” he admitted. “I’m not mad at anyone, just a little disappointed with myself because I couldn’t sprint like the last 100 metres.”

Worse was Wednesday at door-to-door Vlaanderen, where they suffered a lack of placement at crucial moments and then abandoned a failed performance to chase down those who risked victory. finished 10.

But Tadej, who at 23 already knows what it means to win two monuments (Lige and Lombarda in 2021), is clear: “Come back”.

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