Pogačar managed to regain six seconds on Yates as a result of a time bonus for the stage win.
Yates took the stage by just over a minute ahead of Tadej Pogačar, and now leads Pogačar in the general classification.
Irishman Sean Kelly dominated pro cycling for many years. In his retirement he has commentated for Eurosport and built up a reputation as one of the most astute analysts in the sport. He speaks to VeloNews about the shining talents who may well dominate the pro ranks for years to come.
Pogacar wins debut race of the season, keeping the momentum rolling after closing out 2019 on the podium of the Vuelta a Espana.
Young Slovenian attacked with five kilometers to go to put himself into overall lead with one stage remaining.
The 21-year-old racing for UAE-Emirates, launched a last-minute attack to come around the favored Spaniard.
In just one year Tadej Pogačar has become one of pro cycling's most famous riders. For 2020 Pogačar is focused on the Tour de France.
Belgian phenomenon will aim for cycling's biggest prizes in his second season that will likely include a grand tour debut.
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The revelation of the 2019 Vuelta a España, Tadej Pogačar won three stages and attacked his way onto the final podium. Today, we examine his power data from the final two stages, including his victory on stage 20.
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The revelation of the 2019 Vuelta a España, Tadej Pogačar won three stages and attacked his way onto the final podium. Today, we examine his power data from the second half of the race.
The revelation of the 2019 Vuelta a España, Tadej Pogačar won three stages and attacked his way onto the final podium. Today, we examine his power data from the first half of the race.
The Vuelta saw the strands of the past, present and future weave together in stunning fashion
20-year-old Pogacar went long to steal the white jersey and a podium spot of the penultimate stage of the race, as countryman Primoz Roglic held firm to keep the overall lead.
Rivals will be trying to unsettle Roglic in two decisive climbing stages looming in northern Spain.
Having only entered the WorldTour at the start of the season, the young Slovenian finds himself sole leader of his team and third on GC at his first grand tour.
Slovenian Tadej Pogačar took the stage win just ahead of countryman Primoz Roglic, who padded his lead in the Vuelta overall.
Paved less than a decade ago, the Los Machucos climb has already become part of Vuelta lore after just one inclusion. This year the punishing climb opens a decisive weekend in the mountains.
Nairo Quintana came second on the stage to take the red jersey, while Roglic withstood a barrage of attacks to take third on the day and second overall. López crashed late in the stage and drops to third on the GC.
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Tadej Pogačar and Anna van der Breggen defended their overnight leads to win the Amgen Tour of California
Youngster Tadej Pogacar won on Mt. Baldy to take the lead at the Amgen Tour of California
Young Slovenian star Tadej Pogacar defends lead to win overall on hectic final day. Zdenek Stybar wins stage 5 at Volta ao Algarve.
Kung captures first victory with his new team Groupama-FDJ. Pogacar is up to the task of maintaining GC lead in pivotal time trial stage.
The 20-year-old Slovenian Tadej Pogacar out-sprints WorldTour heavies on stage 2's summit finish to take overall lead.
The 20-year-old is one race into his WorldTour career and his team believes he has grand tour abilities.