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Slovenian cyclist Tadej Pogačar is gearing up to compete in the third and final race of the ‘Ardennes triple’ cycling challenge, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, on Sunday, April 25th. This race is known for its difficult and hilly terrain, and it is the last chance for Pogačar to achieve the rare feat of winning all three races in the ‘Ardennes triple’.
Pogačar has had a tough time in the first two races of the triple. He finished 20th in the Amstel Gold Race and 38th in the Flèche Wallonne. However, he remains optimistic and focused on winning Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Despite not being a specialist in these races, Pogačar has shown great determination and work ethic. He has been putting in extra effort in training and even changed his racing schedule to focus on the ‘Ardennes triple’, skipping the Tour of the Alps to prepare better for the race.
Pogačar’s impressive performance in the Tour de France last year, where he won three stages and the overall title, has proved that he is a force to be reckoned with. Despite facing setbacks in the first two races of the ‘Ardennes triple’, Pogačar’s fans remain optimistic about his chances of making history as the first rider in a decade to take the ‘Ardennes triple’. They believe that his hard work and determination will pay off in the upcoming race.
The cycling world will be watching closely on Sunday to see if Pogačar can overcome the challenges and make history. The pressure is on for Pogačar, but he has proven time and time again that he is up for the challenge. His determination and work ethic have earned him the respect of his peers and fans alike, and he will undoubtedly give it his all on Sunday to add to his already impressive career accomplishments.
If Pogačar is able to win Liège-Bastogne-Liège, he would be the first rider in a decade to achieve the ‘Ardennes triple’. The last rider to achieve this feat was Philippe Gilbert in 2011. Winning all three races in the ‘Ardennes triple’ is considered a major accomplishment in the cycling world, and it would cement Pogačar’s status as one of the greatest cyclists of his generation.
In conclusion, Sunday’s race will be a true test of Pogačar’s skills and determination. He has faced challenges in the first two races of the ‘Ardennes triple’, but he remains focused on achieving his goal. The cycling world will be watching closely to see if Pogačar can make history and become the first rider in a decade to take the ‘Ardennes triple’.