Pogacar's last dash on the Galibier, takes Tour lead

Pogacar's last dash on the Galibier, takes Tour lead

The Slovenian attacked in the final kilometre of the Alpine giant, with only Vingegaard close behind. He crested the summit with an 8-second lead, but on the descent he extended his advantage to 50 seconds over his main rival. Pogacar attacked first and the Dane couldn't keep up. Behind them, Ayuso, Rodríguez and Evenepoel remained in the lead group.








The dangers of cycling cause alarm

The dangers of cycling cause alarm

The serious crashes of the world's best cyclists, such as Roglic, Vingegaard, Evenepoel or Van Aert, increase the tension between the world authorities and the trade unions. "Cyclists are vulnerable to technological advances and we are very concerned," said David Lappartient, president of the International Cycling Union (UCI).