Sporting stakes - 13/03 - 05:11

Ready for a nail-biting finale?

Victory in Paris-Nice has often been a matter of seconds going one way or the other in the final showdown on the hills overlooking Nice. In the past ten years, the GC has either been reshuffled or decided by less than four seconds in five occasions, and this edition might not be different.

Even though he has looked the stronger rider in the bunch by far, winning the two...

Interview - 12/03 - 15:27

David Gaudu: “The result is more than positive”

"It was the last stage, we had to try to play the general classification but I did not have the legs to attack today. The result is more than positive, but I couldn't follow it, so there are no regrets. I have passed a milestone, I have progressed physically and I have combined the mental aspect with it. It's a steady progression every year, we add things and I manage to do...

Interview - 12/03 - 15:25

Vingegaard : “I was happy with second today”

 If I had the legs, I would have tried in the last climb, but he was really strong. When he attacked, everybody thought I’m not going with him. That’s’ what I thought anyway. I was happy with second today. I’m happy with the way I raced. Now I can work on my shape for the Tour and hopefully I can be better there. I don’t think I had my best...

Interview - 12/03 - 15:00

Tadej Pogacar: “Attack is the best defence”

I never participated in Paris-Nice before. I was good at the first races of the season and it was always my goal and my dream to win Paris-Nice. I’m very happy. They say attack is the best defence. I really know these roads, I’ve done lots of training here. I know exactly how my legs are in the climbs. I was really good with maths today. To be alongside Gaudu and...

The stage film - 12/03 - 14:55

Pogacar crowned in his playground

Tadej Pogacar (UAE Emirates) added a jewel to his crown when he destroyed his rivals in his training playground to win both the final stage and the 81st edition of Paris-Nice on Sunday. The two-times Tour de France champion was in total control in the 188.4 km in the hills overlooking Nice and his home principality of Monaco to raise his arms on the Promenade des Anglais while...

Newsflashes - 12/03 - 14:54

Top five overall standings


1. Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia) UAE Team Emirates

2. David Gaudu (France) Groupama-FDJ 53 seconds behind

3. Jonas Vingegaard (Denmark) Jumbo Visma 1:39 behind

4. Simon Yates (Britain) Jayco Alula 2 :14 behind

5. Gino Mader (Switzerland) Bahrain 2:56.

Newsflashes - 12/03 - 14:48

Top five placings


1. Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia) UAE Team Emirates

2. Jonas Vingegaard (Denmark) Jumbo Visma.

3. David Gaudu (France) Groupama-FDJ

4. Simon Yates (Britain) Jayco Alula

5. Matteo Jorgenson (U.S.) Movistar

Newsflashes - 12/03 - 14:46

Pogacar wins 8th stage and Paris-Nice

Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) won the 118.4-km 8th and final stage of Paris-Nice and also won the 81st edition of the Race to the Sun.

Newsflashes - 12/03 - 14:44

1 km to go …

  and Pogacar leads Gaudu, Yates, Vingegaard and Jorgenson by 40 seconds.

Newsflashes - 12/03 - 14:43

2 km to go …

  and Pogacar leads Yates, Vingegaard, Gaudu and Jorgenson by 40 seconds.

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