How much money does Pogacar take to win the Tour de France?

Tadej Pogacar is, at 21, the brilliant winner of the Tour de France. The Slovenian, in addition to reigning in Paris, receives an important financial award.

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Tadej Pogacar is now officially the winner of the Tour de France. The Slovenian, at 21 years old, enters history and is also the first cyclist in his country to achieve such an achievement. He only wore yellow in one day, the last one, and won three stages, in addition to the mountain and the youth. For winning the Tour, the organization of the race gives the runner a prize of 500,000 euros.

For the second place, Primoz Roglic, 200,000 euros, and for the third member of the podium, Richie Porte, 100,000 euros. Then, the figures continue to decrease progressively, from 70,000 to the fourth, Mikel Landa, to 50,000 to the fifth, Enric Mas. For the rest of the top-ten, Miguel Ángel López (6th), 23,000; Tom Dumoulin (7th), 11,500; Rigoberto Urán (8th), 7,600; Adam Yates (9th), 4,500 and Damiano Caruso (10th), 3,800. Furthermore, from the 20th to the last, all runners who finish the race have 1,000 euros insured.

The winner of each stage receives 11,000 euros. In this regard, the most awarded was also Pogacar, who received 33,000 euros for his three stage wins. Caleb Ewan, Sam Bennett, Wout Van Aert and Soren Kragh Andersen, with two stage wins each, receive € 22,000. In the rest of the classifications, Sam Bennett receives 25,000 euros for the green of the regularity and Pogacar, another 25,000 for being the best climber and 20,000 more for being the best young man (white jersey) of the race. In total, 2,293,000 euros to be distributed for the most prestigious race in the world.



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