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Sept 21, 2020 - The Tour was the best for years and Tadej Pogačar was a worthy winner, we look at his life - TOP STORY. Results and video from the Tour, Luxembourg, Sabatini, Appennino and Isbergues. Contract news: UAE, Cofidis and BORA. Worlds'21 course, Deceuninck for the Belgian champs and Riwal two more years. Zoetemelk has an accident.

Le TOUR’20 Stage 20: Tour Time Trial Upset!

An unbelievable climax to the 2020 Tour de France as 'Young Gun' Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) stormed the climb of La Planche-des-Belles-Filles. The Slovenian not only took the stage win, he demolished his countryman, Primoz Roglič (Jumbo-Visma), to slip into the yellow jersey with just the ride to Paris on Sunday.

Le TOUR’20 Stage 19: Second Solo Søren

For some riders, stage 19 was a pre-time trial rest day, but the battle for the green jersey caused another day of excitement. Sunweb's Søren Kragh Andersen went solo in the finalé for his second Tour stage win after his stage 14 victory. The GC men rode home at their leisure to stay in the same positions.

Le TOUR’20 Stage 18: INEOS Gets Their Stage Win!

Stage 18 was billed as the hardest day of the 2020 Tour de France and it was the INEOS-Grenadiers team who gave the mountains a good shake. Carapaz and Kwiatkowski made the break and then team time trialed to the finish. The top ten had some changes, but Roglič, Pogačar and López kept their podium places.

Le TOUR’20 Stage 17: Superman Lopez Launches on La Loze!

Another exciting Tour stage with a nail-biting climax on the Col de la Loze. Miguel Ángel López put in the final attack on the final leg breaking ramps, the yellow jersey, Primoz Roglič tried to go with him and took lengths from second placed Tadej Pogačar. That's how they finished and Lopez jumped to third overall.

Le TOUR’20 Stage 16: Kämna Kills in Villard-de-Lans

The first day of the final week was not one for the GC men as the break of the day went all the way to the finish as Lennard Kämna soloed to the line a minute and a half ahead of 2019 Giro d'Italia winner, Richard Carapaz. The GC men finished together, although Nairo Quintana lost a little time. Egan Bernal lost a lot.