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Tour de France: Team Emirates rider Adam Yates leads twins to win opener – News


Two-time Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar finished 12 seconds behind in the Basque city’s 182-kilometre race to finish third

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Team Emirates rider Adam Yates celebrates after crossing the finish line of the first stage of the Tour de France in Bilbao, Spain on Saturday. — Associated Press

Agence France-Presse reported

published: Saturday, July 1, 2023 at 8:28 pm

Team Emirates’ Adam Yates was fastest on the opening stage of the Tour de Bilbao on Saturday, beating his twin brother Jayco’s Simon Yates (Simon Yates), won the championship.

The British twins broke free on the final summit summit.

Two-time Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar finished 12 seconds behind in the 182-kilometre race from the Basque city to third.

Pojaka’s new teammate Adam Yates not only won the first yellow jersey for the overall lead, but also the first green jersey for sprint points.

He led an elite group up Sondika Hill through a narrow passage formed by enthusiastic, flag-waving fans.

Simon Yates, long considered the best performer of the British identical twins, was second overall at 8 seconds. Slovenia’s Pogacar finished third with 18 seconds. Defending champion Jonas Vingegaard was another four seconds behind.

The game kicked off under gray skies outside Athletic Bilbao’s San Mames stadium. The riders on the country track were cheered by an enthusiastic crowd.

EF’s Spaniard Enrique Masben was expected to contend for the final podium in Paris, but he became the first to give up after falling hard with Ecuadorian team-mate Richard Carapas 10km from home. driver.

Basque white, green and red flags hung along the streets, and the yellow flag of the Tour de France was once eclipsed.

Jumbo Visma’s Dane Vingegaard led the team past the iconic Guggenheim Museum before bursting into pine and fir groves on the rolling green hills of the Atlantic Coast region, forming a broke out.

American rider Neilson Powless won the top climber award after winning a race to climb the penultimate mountain.

The second stage is another hilly track through the Basque country from Vitoria to San Sebastian.


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