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Remco Evenepoel vs Tadej Pogačar: Who won what, who won more, and does it even matter?

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“I don’t think you can do better than the year I am having.”

That’s what Remco Evenepoel said after he rampaged into the rainbow jersey last month.

With monument, grand tour, and world title victories to his name, Evenepoel swept pro cycling’s biggest stages and soared to the top of the sport.So was Evenepoel right? Did any rider go better than the Belgian’s blockbuster 2022 season? Tadej Pogačar can make his case.“It’s been a great season for me, and it’s ended in the best possible way,” Pogačar said after he sprinted to his second Il Lombardia victory in two years.From the UAE to Canada and back to Italy, Pogačar won all season long in a calendar he described as “almost perfect.” Also read: Jonas Vingegaard may have beat Pogačar to the cycling’s crown jewel of the Tour de France, and Wout van Aert may have been wowed with his ability to crush across all terrain, but Pogačar and Evenepoel were the season’s two twinkling stars.So how do their 2022 seasons stack up?Here are the headlines: Race days: Pogačar: 54 Evenepoel: 68 Victories: Pogačar: 16 Evenepoel: 15 (For comparison, Wout […]

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