Ruler of the mountains. Champion on the Champs-Elysees.
Jonas Vingegaard bloomed from a skilled newbie to a predominant forerunner
by his own doing more than three weeks of epic dashing to win his most memorable Tour de France title Sunday.
The previous fish assembly line laborer from Denmark deposed reigning champ Tadej Pogacar
with paramount exhibitions in the mountains in cycling's greatest race.
The 25-year-old Vingegaard, who was sprinter up to Pogacar in his most memorable Tour last year,
succeeded in the burning intensity that encompassed France this month and ended up as the winner
of an undeniably exhilarating duel with Pogacar, the enormous #1 toward the beginning of the race.
Vingegaard contended last year as a substitution for Tom Dumoulin in the Jumbo-Visma crew.
It was a disclosure for Vingegaard as he understood that he could battle for the general title in the wake of dropping Pogacar
however his Slovenian opponent was in his prime and to a great extent unapproachable.
After a year, Vingegaard remained on top of the platform in the wake of building his victory
with two extraordinary rides in the Alps and the Pyrenees.
Three weeks prior in Copenhagen, the Jumbo-Visma group began the race with two pioneers — Vingegaard
And three-time Spanish Vuelta victor Primoz Roglic. However,