Tour de France 2022: Stage 6 | EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS | 7/7/2022 | Cycling on NBC Sports

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Slovenian rider Tadej Pogacar goes the distance and takes the overall lead after a decisive Stage 6 victory at the 2022 Tour de France. #NBCSports #cycling #TourdeFrance
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Tour de France 2022: Stage 6 | EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS | 7/7/2022 | Cycling on NBC Sports


Muhammad H Zaman says:

Can someone please explain why Wout van Aert threw away his lead like that? What was he trying to achieve by doing breakouts? At least Magnus Cort was going after the KLM points but WVA strategy is baffling to a new viewer like me.

Douglas Dowers says:

love the captions/subtitles 'Daddy Poo Gotcha'

Paul Solon says:

Jumbo/wva stupid tactics, again today.
Don’t leave your leader!
This course today picture perfect for wva win on last climb. Yet wva flames out
Sad. Stupid. Wasted talent

DebateBore says:

These traffic islands….

based says:

why is the guy in the leadout car wearing a mask? Lmao


Pleeez mic Phil and Bob
Tour de bad audio

Chris J says:

I'm starting to conclude Pogacar's avoidance of trouble is more skill and good strategy than just good luck.

Bruce Gelman says:

Pogacars I.Q. to jump just at the right time is superior

Bruce Gelman says:

What a leadout by Rafa!

Sir_Skullduggery says:

These daily extended highlights are very well done!

Kasey Carpenter says:

As much as I'd love to see Powless in Yellow, I think having it passed over him to Tadej is the best thing for him and EF at this point in the Tour…

1049berkeley says:

Interesting, I happened upon this and never knew riders change out bicycles.

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