Tour de France 2020: Stage 21 extended highlights | NBC Sports

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Sam Bennett wins the sprint in Paris to secure the green jersey, while Tadej Pogacar captures the overall 2020 Tour de France title. #NBCSports #Cycling #TourdeFrance
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Tour de France 2020: Stage 21 extended highlights | NBC Sports


perfecto Salviejo says:

I hope that Pog wasn't using enhancement drug.A wonder young man

PleaseLikeMyComments says:

Mission accomplished … an exciting tour. 35 year old Ritchie Porte … 3rd place … WOW! Touching epilogue at the end there by Phil Liggett. Thanks, guys.

yakxattack says:

Rim brakes it is.

Luigi G DeLucia says:

Phil Ligett's commentary is the way I love to watch it. Along with Bob Roll & I missed the info. & the input by Paul Sherwan alway's to the point ect. great job You guys can't wait for the next one (CIAO FOR NOW)

sarah slye says:

More cycling!!! Less USA ball sports!!!!!

Lisa Mickey says:

What an exciting and classic Tour de France! I think we'll be talking about Pogacar and Sepp Kuss for many years. In a year when we didn't even think Le Tour would happen, it did, it rocked and France hosted one fine event! Thank you NBC for your excellent coverage and for also offering these daily stage recaps. I'm probably going to go back and watch all of them just to make sure I didn't miss anything.

spim randsley says:

Jumbo… is that the company that invented vision?

Deborah Goodin says:

Thank you TDF for the best race ever!

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Brendan Treacy says:

I'll always remember Andy Schleck after maybe the 2009 Tour. He didn't have much to say about the results or who won or lost, he was just genuinely sad it was all over, like a kid leaving their friends at summer camp. That's how much I love this race too.

S Lit says:

I'm going through TOUR WITHDRAWALS….. I'M Glad I've found these SHORT CLIPS……

Pat Callahan says:

good start


all the positive comments, how refreshing

Oghyeah Oo says:

One of the only Black TDF riders!!

bunny jin says:

Tour De France. For me the best sporting event in the calendar. And I am a keen football and rugby fan! It's not just the endurance. How brave do you have to be?

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