The fall of Vingegaard, the abandonment of Kruijswijk and Roglic, a black day for Jumbo-Visma

The fall of Vingegaard, the abandonment of Kruijswijk and Roglic, a black day for Jumbo-Visma

Jonas Vinggaard, during the fifteenth stage. panoramic

The yellow jersey, which fell on the 15th stage of the Tour, struggled and lost Primoz Roglic and Stephen Krueswijk, and they were forced to retire on Sunday.

It all started in the morning, this Sunday. Jumbo-Visma announced, before the start of the 15the The stage between Rhodes and Carcassonne in which Primus Roglic injured his shoulder during the cobbled stage (between Lille and Arenberg, July 6) was pulled and forced to retire. To heal his wounds before he hopes to revive him. The Slovenian is the triple winner of the Tour of Spain (2019, 2020, 2021).

During the stage, 63.7 km from the finish in Carcassonne, after a friction in Peloton, Dutchman Stephen Krueswick fell. He sat dumbfounded on the hot tar. Present at his side, Wout Van Aert quickly picked up the thread of the race, realizing that his teammate couldn’t start again. Tadej Pojjakar who lost two of his teammates (New Zealander George Bennett and Norway’s Vigard Steak Langen) and the yellow jersey suddenly found himself tied up. With five team members each.

Six kilometers later, on top of a peloton, probably after touching a wheel, Jonas Vingegaard fell in turn, with Belgian Tiesj Benoot (arising due to an elbow injury) falling.

The stage that was to reveal the scenario of a peaceful stage for the players in the general classification under the heat wave suddenly turned into a violent domino game. An emotional lift for Jonas Weinggaard, the yellow jersey so far survived.


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