How much money does Pogacar take to win the Tour?

The Slovenian, who won his second yellow jersey, takes almost half of the just over one million euros reserved for the first in the general classification.


Tadej Pogacar already has his second yellow jersey. The Slovenian conquered the Tour de France again with another display of power at the age of 22. If in 2020 he became the leader in the penultimate day, this time he practically commanded from beginning to end and will have a prize for it. This new winding will mean entering 500,000 euros, the same figure as the previous year and almost half of the 1,138,000 that the organization of the race reserves for the first of the general.

The second classified, the Danish Jonas Vingegaard, will get 200,000 euros, and the third member of the podium, the Ecuadorian Richard Carapaz, 100,000. Rounding out the top-5 are the Australian Ben O'Connor, who pocketed 70,000 euros for his fourth place, and the Dutchman Wilco Kelderman, who perceives 50,000 as fifth place. Enric Mas, sixth and best Spanish, wins 23,000; the Basque Pello Bilbao, who was promoted to ninth place, is credited with another 4,500,

On the other hand, the winner of each stage of this edition has won 11,000 euros. In this regard, one of the most awarded was also Pogacar, who received 33,000 euros for his three wins, the same as the Belgian Wout van Aert. The British Cavendish, who scored four sets and equaled Eddy Merckx with 34 in total in the race, receives a check for 44,000 euros. He also pocketed another 25,000 as the winner of the points classification. That of the mountain and that of the best youngster have the same holder as the general, Tadej Pogacar, who in these chapters adds another 25,000 and 20,000 euros respectively. As for the best team, that has been Bahrain, who will charge 50,000 euros for it. The most combative of each stage, with the exception of time trials and the final day in Paris, have bought 2,000 euros.

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