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Australian Simon Clarke wins stage 5 results, highlights, video, reaction

Simon Clark of Australia won five photographs in the Tour de France at a distance of 157 km (207 km) from Lil to Arenburg.

Belgian Wutt Van Ert wore Jumbo’s overall yellow jersey, but his team-mate Primoz Roglich lost to defending champion and Slovenian Tadej Pokakar for two minutes.

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Clark, a 35-year-old Australian, was bidding to sell yellow jerseys to American Premier Tech, while Taco van der Hur won a narrow victory. Short.

Clark, who had been riding for other supporters, fell to the ground as he struggled to control his emotions after the finish line.

“What year is it?” “I have always been optimistic.

“I told her not to panic even when the speed limit started at 1km,” he said of the end.

“I got back on the slide, I waited and I went to the line at the last second,” he said.

Van Ert had previously fallen and injured his shoulder and was about to run for his own team car, but he held on for 13 seconds from Paul of EF.

The race will take place on Thursday in Belgium, where he will be wearing a yellow jersey and will march on a 60-kilometer road.

“One of the things I did was dig in,” he said. But this is not what we planned for this morning. -Pogacar loves the cobblers. – Winning champion Pogarkar did his best for the chefs when he finished seventh in 51 seconds after threatening to beat them before losing in the final.

“I love the cobblers,” said the 23-year-old United Arab Emirates leader.

“I had no bad luck, I felt good and I finally played wisely when I knew I wasn’t going to catch the leaders,” he said.

Simon Clark.
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Pogar is wearing the best white jersey under the age of 26.

Inios trio Adam Yates, Tom Pidcock and Gareth Thomas all followed Pogarkar in 28, 29 and 30 seconds.

The cobblestones were twice as dangerous as the dust that exploded between the corn, wheat, and potato fields.

Eleven sealed sections of the 20-mile-long[20 km]tremors have caused much chaos, but not all.

A.D. Roglich, who came out in 2nd place in 2020, was dropped.

He finished 44th in the day and took the lead in 2 minutes and 36 seconds.

We boarded from the northern city of Lille.

But before the race, Matthew van der Poel was rejected by the team at a distance of 30 km.

Magnes Court-Nielsen, seen in the Polka-dot jersey and beard-bar beard, finished fifth in the game and took the King of the Mountain shirt to stage two in Denmark.

The sixth stage kicks off on Thursday in the Belgian city of Bench and will return to France in the Ardennes jungle, France.

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