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The results of the 15th and 16th race of the Tour de France

Pogacar won the 15th race, Bernal was difficult to defend the final yellow shirt. In the 16th race, Kamna won the race.

The result of the 15th race of Tour de France

Tadej Pogacar won the Tour de France 2020 bike race, but it was here that defending champion Egan Bernal almost turned off his hopes for the final yellow shirt. Previously, Tadej Pogacar also made an excellent breakthrough in the 13th and 14th race of the Tour de France.

Again, the Slovenian races dominate the Tour de France 2020 race. Parallel to that, Colombian defending champion Egan Bernal almost had all hopes for the final yellow shirt.

Egan Bernal’s hope was no longer because it took him about 7 minutes 20 seconds because the crowd abandoned 13 km in front of his destination, after passing a 17.4 km journey in the Col du Grand Colombier mountain.

His fellow Tour de France runner-up, Nairo Quintana, also lost contact with the top team led by Roglic’s teammates in Jumbo-Visma.

The defending champion Egan Bernal almost no longer has the opportunity to compete for the final yellow shirt. However, Pogacar has proven that he is the most prolific racer when he rushes past his compatriot Roglic at the end of the 174.5-long roadway through the Jurassic mountains.

The result of the 16th race of Tour de France

Kamna won the 16th race. German racer Lennar Kamna finishes 16 of the Tour de France 2020 bicycle race from La Tour-Du-Pin to Villard-De-Lans.

German rider Lennar Kamna won the 164-kilometer-long Tour de France 2020 leg from La Tour-Du-Pin to Villard-De-Lans. The second was Richard Carapaz from Ecuador, followed by Sebastien Reichenbach of Switzerland.

Lennar Kamna won the 16th race

Happy to let the group of 23 riders rise first, the main group gathered the top candidates for the final yellow shirt after 17 minutes, so Roglic and fellow countryman Tadej Pogacar still maintained a distance of 40 seconds.

The remaining top positions were also unchanged. Rigoberto Uran ranked third, followed by Miguel Angel Lopez of Colombia and then Adam Yates of England. The defending champion Egan Bernal had almost no hope of the yellow shirt due to falling behind.

In the green shirt battle, neither Sam Bennett nor Peter Sagan actively attacked early, so Bennett still had 45 points more than the racer three times the World Championship.