“Where did you get in, we didn’t see you go out.” “ This 1980s film title could perfectly match Rigoberto Uran’s Tour de France opening act. At 34 years old, the Colombian rider from EF Education-Nippo is now in second place in the general classification, 5’18 ” behind Tadej Pogacar, while he never really weighed on the race. Not an attack, not a skirmish, not even a spark, nothing. Yet there it is. In front of Jonas Vingegaard (3rd), the only one to have put Pogacar in difficulty in the second climb of Ventoux. In front of Richard Carapaz (4th), the only Ineos to dare to attack the current yellow jersey as soon as the road rises. And ahead of Ben O’Connor (5th), too, winner of an anthology stage in Tignes.
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