Bach at home in the UAE, the Burj Khalifa sported the image of Tadej Pogacar in yellow jersey on its facades.
Road cycling’s world championships start this week with Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar eyeing the crown days after crossing the finishing line on the Champs-Elysees.
The UAE Team Emirates have launched a ‘Champions Challenge’ to encourage residents of all ages to pick up their bikes, get outside and start cycling and recording their activity over the next two weeks.
The list features some of the greatest riders in the sport of cycling, with strong battles expected for the leader’s Red Jersey, sprinter’s Green Jersey and individual stage victories when the tour will get under way from Feb.21.
Boosting hopes of winning the title, the UAE Emirates star Tadej Pogacar claimed the victory atop Jebel Hafeet on Stage 3 - the Strata Stage - beating Ineos Grenadiers’s Adam in a two-man sprint while Colombian national champion Sergio Higuita
Irish rider Sam Bennett (Deceuninck-Quick Step) crossed the line first in a bunch sprint on the fourth stage of the UAE Tour (the Hope Probe Stage) on Wednesday. This is the first victory in 2021 for last year’s Tour de France Green Jersey-winner,
Mathieu van der Poel warned that he’d be racing the UAE Tour in support of his Alpecin-Fenix team-mates but he found himself at ease in the echelons on Stage 1 – the ADNOC Stage – a day that was marked by an unexpected scenario.
Italy’s Filippo Ganna won Monday’s 13km individual time trial on the second stage of the UAE Tour as Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar took over the race lead. Ineos rider Ganna, the reigning time trial world champion,
Tadej Pogacar defends leader’s jersey and extends his overall lead on the General Classification standings to 46 seconds after finishing second in Stage 5 of the UAE Tour atop Jebel Jais mountain on Thursday. All eyes were on the Slovenian