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torek, 19 januarja, 2021

Slovenia celebrates double victory at Tour de France

Slovenians Tadej Pogačar and Primož Roglič reigned supreme at Saturday’s decisive stage of the 107th Tour de France with Pogačar becoming the big winner after a surprise twist at the only time trial of the race.

After making up for Roglič’s 57-second lead, the 21-year-old Pogačar became the second youngest winner of the Tour.

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