Pogacar is the leader and this is how the Colombians are doing

Pogacar is the leader and this is how the Colombians are doing
Pogacar is the leader and this is how the Colombians are doing

The Tour de France ends its Sunday day with the ninth stage, which left the French Anthony Turgis as the winner in a close duel in the final sprint with Tom Pidcock, Derek Gee, Alex Aranburu and Ben Healy as direct rivalsThe TotalEnergies cyclist took advantage to take the necessary space, and with the remaining energy cross the finish line first.

After the challenge of the mid-mountain through complicated stretches of unpaved road and others on paved fields, The main group of the race stayed on their tails, without losing time or closing the gap with leader Tadej Pogačar. For a moment, over the last 55 kilometers, the Slovenian launched an attack on the peloton, leaving Remco Evenepoel behindwho knew how to protect himself, and recovered his position in the lot.

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After a period of little prominence for the beetles, The main loser of the day was Egan Bernal. The INEOS Grenadiers cyclist fell one position in the general ranking and remained in 13th place.

The drop in position of the Zipaquira native is due to the outstanding performance of the Canadian Derek Geewho thanks to his escape in the recent stage, rose 5 positions, and entered the Top 10 in ninth place. The Israel Premier Tech rider outpaced Matteo Jorgenson, Aleksandr Vlasov, Adam Yates, and Bernal and the Italian Julius Ciccone.

Further back, Buitrago remains in fifteenth placewhile Harold Tejada dropped seven positions and went from 64th to 71st. In last place, Fernando Gaviria rose in the final part of the competition and It went from being in location 162 to 156.

The next day, the cyclists will have their day of rest, with recovery sessions before hitting the road on Tuesday, July 9. The tenth day of the calendar presents a route of 187.3 kilometres long between Orleans and Saint-Amand-Montrond.

Cyclist Equipment Nationality Time
1. Tadej Pogačar UAE Emirates Team Slovenia 35:42:42
2. Remco Evenepoel Soudal Quick-Step Belgium 0:33″
3. Jonas Vingegaard Team Visma Denmark 1:15
13. Egan Bernal INEOS Grenadiers Colombia 5:25″
15. Santiago Buitrago Bahrain Victorious Colombia 5:53″
71. Harold Tejada Astana Colombia 56:52″
156. Fernando Gaviria Movistar Team Colombia 1:43:55″
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