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HomeSportsOther SportsJonas Vingegaard defends Tour de France title

Jonas Vingegaard defends Tour de France title


Denmark’s Jonas Vingegaard won the Tour de France for the second straight year on Sunday.

Vingegaard, 26, crossed the line on the Champs-Elysees in Paris linking arms with his Jumbo-Visma teammates.

Chief rival and two-time champion Tadej Pogacar of Slovenia finished second, followed by Britain’s Adam Yates.

Belgium’s Jordi Meeus won Sunday’s final stage in a photo finish with three other cyclists, including countryman Jasper Philipsen, who won four other sprint stages in this year’s Tour de France.

Vingegaard took control of the three-week, 2,116-mile race during Wednesday’s mountain stage in the Alps.

–Field Level Media

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