環法自行車賽。誰是值得關注的騎手?

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環法自行車賽。誰是值得關注的騎手?

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環法自行車賽周五在哥本哈根開始,7月24日周日在巴黎香榭麗舍大街結束。

這條路線包含了適合短跑運動員的平坦日子、計時賽、丘陵地帶和一些懲罰性的山地爬坡。

在這裡,BBC體育看一下那些希望大放異彩的車手和那些把目光放在黃衫上的車手。

23歲的Pogacar作為連續第三年贏得黃衫的壓倒性熱門進入比賽。

這位斯洛文尼亞人已經在La Grand Boucle獲得了六個賽段的勝利,並且在2021年的比賽中,一旦比賽進入山地,看起來就無法觸及。

Pogacar在2022年已經給人留下了深刻的印象,在本賽季的早期階段占據了主導地位,他保住了阿聯酋巡迴賽,並贏得了Tirreno-Adriatico和Strade Bianche。

他還在米蘭-聖雷莫(Milan-San Remo)比賽中險勝,並在環佛蘭德斯(Tour Flanders)的衝刺中被淘汰。

雖然他在最近的環斯洛文尼亞自行車賽上取得了勝利,但與環多芬賽或環瑞士賽相比,他的對手明顯要弱一些,他的對手希望他在自行車運動最偉大的比賽中略顯疲態。

Roglic似乎是Pogacar最可能的挑戰者,兩年前他曾在環法賽最戲劇性的轉折中位於總成績榜首。

第八賽段在La Planche des Belles Filles的終點可能會給這位斯洛文尼亞人帶來痛苦的回憶,他去年的環法賽因早期的碰撞而被毀。

羅格利奇參加環法賽時的狀態可以說比2020年更好,而且在多芬和巴黎-尼斯的勝利讓他有理由將目光投向黃衫。

這位32歲的車手可能擁有所有主要GC車手中最好的支持陣容,像2021年巡迴賽亞軍Jonas Vingegaard、Wout van Aert、Steven Kruijswijk和Sepp Kuss都與他並排。

托馬斯可能剛剛年滿36歲,但他在環瑞士賽上取得了出色的勝利--可以說是他在2019年環島賽上獲得第二名後的最佳表現--的背景下參加環島賽。

從紙面上看,這位威爾士人似乎適合在棘手的開賽周,可能會被橫風、起伏的地形和鵝卵石所強調,而倒數第二賽段的計時賽可能對他有利。

在山區找到他的最佳狀態將是他的願望的關鍵,但如果他能避免那種不幸的碰撞,看到他放棄2020年環意賽並在2021年勞動到第41位,這位2018年環意賽冠軍不能被忽視。

如果托馬斯表現不佳,Ineos可能會將希望轉向他們的另外兩名受保護的車手[領隊]之一。英國的亞當-耶茨和哥倫比亞的丹尼-馬丁內斯。

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如果羅格利奇在環湖賽上再次出錯,Jumbo-Visma幾乎肯定會將他們的GC努力轉向丹麥的Vingegaard。

他首次參加環法賽就獲得了第二名的成績,強調了他的潛力,這位25歲的選手已經表明他是一個有把握的爬坡選手,而且在計時賽中也很有能力。

自從彼得-薩根離開後,波拉-漢斯格雅的重點轉移已經看到傑-亨德利在環湖賽上取得了著名的勝利。

而這支德國車隊將希望俄羅斯首發車手弗拉索夫能夠帶來更多的GC成功。

這位26歲的選手享受了他職業生涯迄今為止最好的賽季開局,贏得了瓦倫西亞社區賽和環羅曼蒂賽。

他在環瑞士賽中也處於領先地位,但在五個賽段後被檢測出Covid-19陽性。

說到明星品質,很少有車手能與斯洛伐克的薩甘匹敵。這位三屆世界冠軍在環湖賽上獲得了12個賽段的勝利,並創下了7件綠衫的記錄。

雖然他在2020年的積分排名中遠遠落後於Sam Bennett,並在12個月後看到他的希望因嚴重的碰撞和膝傷而縮減,但這次他看起來更接近他的最佳狀態。

這位32歲的選手在環瑞士賽上贏得了第三賽段,並從科維德迅速成功康復,贏得了他的第八次斯洛伐克全國公路賽冠軍。

雖然全能選手Van Aert將盡職盡責地履行他的輔助職責,但他仍被廣泛認為是綠衫的熱門人選。

比利時人的各種才能在2021年環法賽中得到了充分展示,他在香榭麗舍大街的衝刺中獲勝,此前他已經在個人計時賽和殘酷的山地賽段中取得了勝利,其中包括在文圖山的兩次上坡。

雅克布森入選環湖賽是以英國的馬克-卡文迪什為代價的。

雖然這使卡文迪什失去了在賽段勝利上超越偉大的Eddy Merckx的機會,但很少有人會說他的荷蘭隊友不配在環法賽上亮相。

雅克布森今年取得了10場勝利,證明了他是賽場上最快和最可靠的完成者,如果能在環湖賽上取得勝利,將完成他從2020年環波蘭賽的可怕傷病中恢復過來的非凡成就。

弗魯姆可能不是以前的力量,但本賽季他看起來更接近完全健康,因為他繼續從2019年多芬賽的嚴重傷病中恢復。

這位四屆冠軍,37歲,在2021年從Ineos Grenadiers轉會後,在比賽中經常被小車隊放棄。

然而,在濱海阿爾卑斯經典賽上獲得第11名,在因病退出之前在多芬賽上表現穩健,這表明他有能力獵取賽段冠軍。

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The Tour de France starts in Copenhagen on Friday and concludes on the Champs-Elysees in Paris on Sunday, 24 July.

The route contains a mix of flat sprinter-friendly days, time trials, hilly terrain and some punishing mountain climbs.

Here, BBC Sport looks at the riders hoping to shine and those with their sights set on the yellow jersey.

Pogacar, 23, enters the race as the overwhelming favourite to win the yellow jersey for a third consecutive year.

The Slovenian has collected six stage wins at La Grand Boucle and looked untouchable in the 2021 edition once the race reached the mountains.

Pogacar has already impressed in 2022, dominating the early part of the season as he retained the UAE Tour and won Tirreno-Adriatico and Strade Bianche.

He also went close at Milan-San Remo and was edged out in a sprint finish at the Tour of Flanders.

While he sauntered to victory at the recent Tour of Slovenia, the field was notably weaker than at the Criterium du Dauphine or Tour de Suisse and his rivals will hope he is slightly undercooked for cycling's greatest race.

Roglic appears the most likely challenger to Pogacar, two years on from being on the wrong end of one of the Tour's most dramatic turnarounds at the top of the general classification.

Stage eight's finale on La Planche des Belles Filles may offer a painful reminder of what might have been for the Slovenian who saw last year's Tour ruined by an early crash.

Roglic arrives at the Tour arguably in better shape than in 2020, and with victories at the Dauphine and Paris-Nice he can justifiably set his sights on the yellow jersey.

The 32-year-old possibly has the best supporting cast of any of the main GC riders with the likes of 2021 Tour runner-up Jonas Vingegaard, Wout van Aert, Steven Kruijswijk and Sepp Kuss all lining up alongside him.

Thomas may have just turned 36 but he comes into the Tour on the back of a fine victory at the Tour de Suisse - arguably his best performance since finishing second at the 2019 Tour.

On paper the Welshman appears suited to a tricky opening week likely to be underscored by crosswinds, undulating terrain and cobbles, while a time trial on the penultimate stage could work in his favour.

Finding his best form in the mountains will be key to his aspirations, but if he can avoid the sort of unfortunate crashes that saw him abandon the 2020 Giro d'Italia and labour to 41st in 2021, the 2018 Tour champion cannot be discounted.

Should Thomas falter, Ineos will likely turn their hopes on one of their two other protected riders [leaders]: Britain's Adam Yates and Colombia's Dani Martinez. • None Geraint Thomas among four Britons in Ineos squad along with Tom Pidcock, Adam Yates and Luke Rowe

If things once again go wrong for Roglic at the Tour, Jumbo-Visma will almost certainly divert their GC efforts towards Denmark's Vingegaard.

A second-place finish on his Tour debut underlined his potential and the 25-year-old has shown he is an assured climber, as well as being more than capable on the time trials.

Since Peter Sagan's departure Bora-Hansgrohe's shift in focus has already seen Jai Hindley record a famous win at the Giro.

And the German team will hope that Russian debutant Vlasov can deliver more GC success.

The 26-year-old has enjoyed the best start to a season of his career so far, winning the Volta a Comunitat Valenciana and the Tour de Romandie.

He was also leading the Tour de Suisse before testing positive for Covid-19 after five stages.

When it comes to star quality there are few riders that can rival Slovakia's Sagan. The three-time world champion has picked up 12 stage wins on the way to a record seven green jerseys at the Tour.

While he finished a distant second to Sam Bennett in the points classification in 2020, and saw his hopes curtailed by a heavy crash and knee injury 12 months later, he looks closer to his best this time around.

The 32-year-old won stage three on the Tour de Suisse and made a quick and successful recovery from Covid to win his eighth Slovakian National Road Race Championship.

While all-rounder Van Aert will dutifully carry out his domestique duties, he is still widely regarded as the favourite for the green jersey.

The Belgian's vast array of talents were on full display in the 2021 Tour, where he won the sprint on the Champs-Elysees having already triumphed on an individual time trial and a brutal mountain stage that included a double ascent up Mont Ventoux.

Jakobsen's selection for the Tour came at the expense of Britain's Mark Cavendish.

And while it deprived Cavendish of the opportunity of surpassing the great Eddy Merckx on stage wins, few could argue that his Dutch team-mate does not deserve his bow at the Tour.

With 10 victories this year Jakobsen has proved to be of the fastest and most reliable finishers in the peloton and a victory at the Tour would complete a remarkable comeback from the horrific injuries he sustained at the 2020 Tour of Poland.

Froome may not be the force of old but he has looked closer to full fitness this season as he continues to recover from the serious injuries he sustained in the Dauphine in 2019.

The four-time champion, 37, was routinely dropped by the peloton during races in 2021 following his transfer from Ineos Grenadiers.

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