Pogacar tops Gaudu, Vingegaard to win Paris-Nice Primoz Roglic triumphs at Tirreno-Adriatico for winning return from injury How to watch every stage of the 2023 Paris-Nice: Stages, schedule, start times, live stream info, and more

NICE, France. The impressive Tadej Pogacar completed the final stage with a solo escape to win the week-long Paris-Nice race.

David Goudou finished second overall, 53 seconds behind Pogacar, while Jonas Wingegaard was third, 1 minute and 39 seconds back.

Pogacar attacked during the ascent of the Col d’Eze with 18 kilometers (11.2 miles) to go, finishing stage eight 33 seconds ahead of a small group of Wingegaard, Gouda, Simon Yates and Matteo Jørgenson.

The Slovenian rider completed the 118 km route around Nice in 2 hours 51 minutes 2 seconds, crossed the finish line with both arms raised, bowed to the crowd and clapped his hands.

Pogacar now has a slight mental advantage over Vingegor, also surpassing him last October by winning the Tour of Lombardy.

The duel between Pogacar and Vingegor became one of the most serious confrontations in cycling. Wingegaard finished second behind Pogacar at the 2021 Tour de France. But the Danish rider managed to beat Pogacar at the 2022 Tour de France to claim his first major title.

Wingegaard still has time to reach his peak form. The Tour de France starts on July 1st.

Pogacar is currently the world leader in the UCI men’s road racing rankings.

Pogacar and Wingegaard have started the season well. Last month in Spain, Pogacar won the Tour of Andalusia and Wingegaard won the O Gran Camino. Pogacar received the yellow jersey by winning the fourth stage. He dropped Wingegaard on the climb up La Loge des Gardes. Only Gouda could stay on the Pogacar wheel.

The two-time Tour de France winner extended his overall lead by reaching Stage 7 by beating Gouda and Wingegaard in a small sprint atop the Col de la Cuyol.

French rider Goudou finished fourth overall at the 2022 Tour de France but failed to finish the final two Paris-Nice stages.

The next race on the UCI World Tour is the Milan-San Remo Classic on 18 March.

SAN BENEDETTO DEL TRONTO, Italy. Primož Roglić made a successful return to cycling by winning the week-long Tirreno-Adriatico race, the fourth Slovenian victory in five races of the Race of the Two Seas.

It was Roglic’s first race of the season since the Jumbo-Visma rider underwent shoulder surgery last year.

“It’s nice to get back to racing in this way. I really enjoyed the whole week,” Roglic said. “My teammates were very strong.

“A week ago, I just expected to get hurt. It’s even better to win when it’s unexpected. I also feel good ahead of the Giro d’Italia.”

Having won the previous three stages and building up a significant lead, Roglic defended his lead and finished safely in the Stage 7 peloton, finishing the week-long race 18 seconds ahead of Portugal’s Joao Almeida and 23 seconds ahead of British cyclist Tao Geoghegan. Hart.

Roglic won the Tirreno in 2019. Fellow Slovenian Tadej Pogacar won the previous two events, but the two-time defending champion entered the Paris-Nice race, which he won.

Belgian cyclist Jasper Philipsen won the group sprint and stage victory. The Alpecin-Deceuninck racer overtook Dylan Grünewegen and Alberto Dainese.

It was Philipsen’s second sprint win at Tirreno this year, making him one of the favorites for next weekend’s Milan-San Remo.

“Eventually I was dying, my legs hurt terribly, but I am happy that I was able to hold out until the end,” Philipsen said.

“The sprint stage is always different from a classic one like Sanremo, but of course we have some confidence. I think we have a strong team. So now it’s good to take a break, recover a bit and try to be at the highest level.”

The 154 km (96 mi) route that started and ended at San Benedetto del Tronto experienced an early breakaway but eight riders were caught with just over 3 kilometers (2 mi) left.

The first major European round of the year starts this Sunday 5 March as the Paris-Nice 2023 starts in the Parisian town of La Verrière and ends in Nice on Sunday 12 March.

The 1201 km (746 miles) race will include a total of 8 legs and NBC Sports will provide you with a live stream of each leg which will be available on peacock. The final stage will be featured on Peacock and CNBC. For the full schedule, as well as more information on how to watch/live the 2023 Paris-Nice match, see below.

On Sunday, the 81st tournament will take place, a two-time winner of the Tour de France and a bronze medalist of the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Tadej Pogacar and 2022 Tour de France winner. Jonas Wingegaard intend to lead the 2023 Paris-Nice race. Americans Nilson Pauless, Matteo JorgensonAnd Larry Warbass expected to compete. Among other notable cyclists Arnaud Demar, Alexander Kristoff, Stefan KungAnd Daniel Martinez.

How to watch 2023 Paris-Nice:

*All times shown are Eastern European Time and are subject to change.

date Time Stage Platform
Sun, March 5 9:10 am Stage 1: Highlights of La Verrière peacock
Mon, March 6 8:55 am Stage 2: Basenville/Fontainebleau Highlights peacock
Tue, March 7 8:55 am Stage 3: Highlights of Dampierre-en-Burly peacock
Wed March 8 8:55 am Stage 4: Saint-Amant-Montron / La Loge des Gardes Highlights peacock
Thu, March 9 8:55 am Stage 5: Saint-Symphorien-sur-Coise / Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateau peacock
Fri, March 10 8:55 am Stage 6: Tourves / La Colle-sur-Loup peacock
Sat, March 11 7:05 am Stage 7: Nice / Col de la Cuyol peacock
Sun, March 12 8 a.m Stage 8: Good peacockCNNBC

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