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How Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag helped Jonas Vingegaard win 2022 Tour de France

The Red Devils boss had a hand in the Denmark cyclist's victory this year. Erik ten Hag has endured a hectic summer. Not only has the Dutch coach moved country to take over as Manchester United boss to commence the mammoth task of rebuilding the Premier League team and had to juggle the issue of Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Tour de France winner Jonas Vingegaard greeted by tens of thousands of fans in Denmark

Tour de France winner Jonas Vingegaard waves to fans during a reception in central Copenhagen on Wednesday, July 27, 2022. EPA. Tens of thousands of people lined the streets of Copenhagen to welcome back Tour de France winner Jonas Vingegaard. The Jumbo-Visma rider came out on top in a thrilling...
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The Danish Royal Family is Very Excited About Tour de France Winner Jonas Vingegaard

When Danish cyclist Jonas Vingegaard won his first Tour de France title yesterday, Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik was there to cheer him on. "His energy, sportsmanship and willpower at this year's Tour de France has been exceptional to witness," the Crown Prince wrote on Instagram. "Congratulations on the victory and thank you for the great experience that the fight for the trophy has given us all in the month of July."
CNBC

Jonas Vingegaard, king of the mountains, wins Tour de France

Jonas Vingegaard blossomed from a talented rookie to a dominant leader in his own right over three weeks of epic racing to win his first Tour de France title on Sunday. The former fish factory worker from Denmark dethroned defending champion Tadej Pogacar with memorable performances in the mountains in cycling's biggest race.
ESPN

Jonas Vingegaard wins Tour de France for first time

PARIS -- Jonas Vingegaard won his first Tour de France title Sunday after coming out on top of a thrilling three-week duel with defending champion Tadej Pogacar. The 25-year-old Vingegaard became the first Danish rider to win cycling's biggest race since Bjarne Riis in 1996. Vingegaard, who was runner-up to...
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Tour de France: Jonas Vingegaard crowned champion as Jasper Philipsen wins in Paris

Denmark's Jonas Vingegaard secured his first Tour de France victory as Jasper Philipsen of Belgium won the sprint on the final stage in Paris. Philipsen was an easy winner on the Champs-Elysees while Vingegaard, 25, finished alongside his Jumbo-Visma team-mates after three weeks of racing. He beat last year's champion...

Jonas Vingegaard wins the men's Tour de France

PARIS — Jonas Vingegaard of Denmark won his first Tour de France title on Sunday after coming out on top in a thrilling three-week duel with defending champion Tadej Pogacar. The 25-year-old Vingegaard became the first Danish rider to win cycling's biggest race since Bjarne Riis in 1996. Vingegaard,...

Factbox-Cycling-Tour de France champion Jonas Vingegaard

July 24 (Reuters) - Factbox on Danish rider Jonas Vingegaard, who won his first Grand Tour title at the Tour de France on Sunday:. * Played soccer as a child and became involved in cycling as a 10-year-old after watching the Tour of Denmark.
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Danish cyclist Jonas Vingegaard wins 2022 Tour de France

Danish cyclist Jonas Vingegaard is the 2022 Tour de France champion, beating two-time defending champ Tadej Pogačar for the title by three minutes, 34 seconds. Vingegaard, 25, was racing in his second Tour after finishing second to Pogačar last year by five minutes, 20 seconds. Pogačar entered 2022 as the favorite to win his third straight Tour.
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Tour de France 2022 stage 21 LIVE: Jonas Vingegaard celebrates title on Champs-Elysees after Jasper Philipsen wins sprint finish

Jonas Vingegaard of Denmark won his first Tour de France title on Sunday as Jasper Philipsen claimed Stage 21, his second of the race, to conclude the 109th edition of the race.The Dane came out on top of a thrilling three-week duel, edging two-time defending champion Tadej Pogacar, who played one last card on the Champs-Elysees, leading out the peloton before the sprint finish when Philipsen, of Alpecin-Deceuninck, pipped Dylan Groenewegen and Alexander Kristoff to the iconic sprint finish. The 25-year-old Vingegaard became the first Danish rider to win cycling’s biggest race since Bjarne Riis in 1996. He finished...