Gorgeous Tour de France from start to finish. The twentieth stage was also beautiful, short (133.5 km) but full of climbs from Belfort to Le Markstein. Tadej Pogacar won, first after a very small ranks sprint conducted with Felix Gall (second) and the yellow jersey Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma). A success that Pogacar has built thanks to the work of teammate Adam Yates.
Vingegaard for his part controlled the enormous lead over the Slovenian - 7'29" after the bonuses won today - effectively mortgaging the final victory, the second in a row. The yellow jersey also tried to win, trying to get ahead of Pogacar in one of the last corners towards the finish, but Pogi was not surprised.
Italy is also smiling with Giulio Ciccone: the climber from Abruzzo won the classification of best climber by winning the polka dot jersey thirty-one years after Claudio Chiappucci (Tour 1992). Emotions for Thibaut Pinot: the Frenchman, in his last Tour passed on the Petit Ballon, his home climb, the penultimate of the stage, in the lead. Three kilometers in which he took the stage by greeting his fans with a solitary action.
Final show on Sunday, the 115km Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines-Paris. A race that is worth a classic for sprinters.