Tadej Pogacar became the first Slovenian & youngest winner since 1904 to win the Tour de France

21-year-old cyclist Tadej Pogacar turned into the first Slovenian to win the Tour de France as the renowned three-week race finished on the Champs-Elysees in Paris on Sunday. Pogacar is the most youthful champ since 1904, getting his victory with a thrilling exhibition in the mountain time preliminary on the penultimate stage.

Up to that point it had looked as though his comrade and long-lasting pioneer Primoz Roglic would guarantee the yellow pullover, however in a wonderful inversion it was Pogacar who won the stage and took the race lead by 59 seconds.

Sunday’s 21st stage is by custom a processional issue, without any endeavors at breakaways until the closing eight circuits around the French capital commence. Pogacar stayed securely on his bicycle to go too far in win with his UAE Team Emirates teammates as the stage was splendidly won by green pullover champ Sam Bennett of Ireland, his subsequent stage win of the 2020 Tour.