Vingegaard leads Pogacar of Slovenia by 3:34 and also Britain’s Geraint Thomas by 8:13 in advance of Sunday’s last
Jonas Vingegaard was positioned to declare his maiden Excursion de France title as the Dane kept his general lead complying with the last time test, a 40.7 kilometres solo initiative from Lacapelle-Marival on Saturday.
The 25-year-old Jumbo-Visma cyclist completed second in the 20th phase won by his Belgian group friend Wout van Aert, that clocked a finest time of 47 mins 59 secs.
Vingegaard, that almost collapsed right into rocks after overcooking a turn on a descent, completed 19 secs behind Van Aert with safeguarding champ Tadej Pogacar taking 3rd location, 27 secs off the rate.
Generally, Vingegaard leads Pogacar of Slovenia by 3:34 and also Britain’s Geraint Thomas by 8:13 in advance of Sunday’s last, a mostly processional flight from La Protection to the Champs Elysees in Paris.