Pogacar: "I hope the public will trust my results"

The Slovenian became the youngest cyclist in history to win two Tours, aged 22. After Tokyo, he will decide if he runs the Vuelta, which is in his plan.


On the festive day in Paris, Tadej Pogacar greeted, signed autographs, took photos, kissed his girlfriend (Urska Zigart, also a cyclist)… a non-stop. The bubble against COVID-19 and the pressure exploded in a "second magical afternoon." At 22, no one had conquered two Tours so young. “I am very proud to show my worth and to return the trust that technicians and a colleague from the UAE placed in me. I hope that the public will also trust my results ”, assured the Slovenian, knowing that many doubt the superiority with which he won his second Grande Boucle.

His plans now include the Olympic Games. Although Matxin, the team manager, confirmed to AS that the Vuelta appears on his program, he does not want to rush to make the decision: "It depends on how my body feels after the effort of the Tour and going to Tokyo." Barring a setback, Egan Bernal and Primoz Roglic will participate. A trio with which the organizers rub their hands. The new Movistar trident, Enric Mas, Superman López and Alejandro Valverde will also register, with the need to improve their performance in the three-week rounds. Neither Giro nor Tour, let's see the Vuelta.

Photos from as.com
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