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Primož Roglič is keeping the Tour de France dream alive as he comes off the back of a season sunk by injury and leaving his GC standing in question.
“I don’t see why not,” Roglič said when asked by Bici.pro if he could still win the Tour.
“At the end of my career, I will draw a line and see what I have won and what not. I want to continue and I want to do it while having fun. As long as I have this spark inside to push me I will keep going.”
Roglič may need to wait for his next opportunity to win the Tour de France after he suffered his worst year of grand tour racing in 2022.
The 33-year-old crashed and abandoned the Tour before his teammate Jonas Vingegaard went on to win Jumbo-Visma its coveted maillot jaune. He then crashed out of the Vuelta a España while locked in a heated GC battle with Remco Evenepoel as the grand tour scene reshaped in front of him.
Also read: With the rise of Vingegaard and the imminent arrival of new signing Wilco Kelderman, Roglič’s place in the Jumbo-Visma GC hierarchy is in question, and his wider standing in the grand tour spectrum is in doubt.The Slovenian crashed out of his past two Tours and was derailed by Tadej Pogačar the […]
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