Tadej Pogacar achieves a ‘little hand’ without breaking his hair

The Slovenian continues to reinforce the ‘pink jersey’ in a stage neutralized by snow and cold


The Slovenian cyclist Tadej Pogacar remains unstoppable in the Giro d’Italia after winning, in the sixteenth stage neutralized by bad weather, finally held between Laas and Santa Cristina Valgardena (Monte Pana) over just 118.7 kilometers, his fifth stage victory in this ‘Corsa rosa’ that you have in your pocket unless it falls or is abandoned.

Pogacar, the ‘Little Prince’, achieved a ‘little hand’ on Mount Pana almost effortlessly, with Rafal Majka being the only UAE who had to set a high pace and without the need for the Slovenian to attack to, at his own pace, finish He alone with a breakaway in which the young Italian Giulio Pellizzari (VF Group-Bardiani CSF-Faizanè) stood out, second at 16″.

It was a neutralized stage, with two route changes before the start from Laas at around 2:30 p.m. Short stage, without the Stelvio or the Cima Coppi of the UmbrailPass, due to the intense cold, with a snowfall that turned the first kilometers white.