The calendar of the stars in 2023: Vingegaard, Pogacar, Evenepoel, Roglic…

The board is ready. The chips begin to be positioned. After an unforgettable campaign last year, the season 2023 promises as much or stronger emotions, thanks in large part to the spectacle that the great stars of this sport guarantee wherever they go. With a professional calendar that in category World Tour will roll again in Australia, on the occasion of the Tour Down Under (January 17 to 22), it is a good time to review, in the absence of some confirmations, what will be the calendar of the stars of cycling in terms of grand tours it means. Take note.

Evenepoel and Roglic oppose the throne of the Giro

After Jai Hindley assured that he would not defend his champion crown in 2023, the Italy spin It is presented as a generational clash between two runners who are part of the cycling elite: Remco Evenepoel and Primoz Roglic. Belgian and Slovenian stand out as headliners of an Italian round in which they have pending accounts. The current rainbow jersey will start for the second time with the intention of “getting a win and doing a good overall”, thus improving a debut that was disastrous in 2021. For his part, the Jumbo-Visma rider will try to overcome third place of 2019, after the high mountain choked him before Richard Carapaz and Vincenzo Nibali. The 70 km time trial will play in favor of both, being two consummate specialists. Names like those of Joao Almeida, Geraint Thomas Y Alexander Vlasov, confirmed as outsiders.

Pogacar vs Vingegaard: Episode III

We could well be talking about a George Lucas movie, because the rivalry (healthy, yes) of Pogacar and Vingegaard in the Tour de France goes for legendary At the moment, a tie in their particular duels in the Large Boucle: Pogi prevailed in 2021 and the Danish in 2022. What happens in 2023 could well be the mother of all battles in a route that fits like a glove: little time, lots of mountains. On paper, it seems very difficult for a third party to stand up to them, although it will not be for lack of names: Enric Mas, Carapaz, Hindley, Landa, Gaudu… The day-to-day show, reserved for three superclasses: Van Aert, Van der Poel and Girmay. All this, without forgetting the return to the French round of an illustrious Egan Bernal, Without a doubt, fabulous news after the Colombian suffered that terrible accident that has now been practically postponed. Menudo Tour awaits us…

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Spanish pride in La Vuelta

It remains to be seen if men who have left a door ajar to their participation, if Pogacar, Carapaz, Roglic or Evenepoel, they end up taking the start, but otherwise, the next edition of La Vuelta seems like the absolute confirmation of one of the great Spanish talents of the world peloton: Enric Mas, Juan Ayuso and Carlos Rodríguez. The first two exploited their enormous talent in the last edition of the Spanish round, at just 19 and 21 years old, respectively, and they will prepare the race conscientiously, as the great objective of the year, while the Spaniard will once again assume the leadership of the Movistar Team with the extra shape point awarded by the Tour. All the good they get will be a blessing.

Star calendar in grand tours

Cousin RoglicJonas Vingegaardenric mas
Remco EvenepoelTadej PogacarJuan Ayuso
joao almeidaRichard Carapazcarlos rodriguez
Geraint Thomasenric masCousin Roglic?
Alexander VlasovJai HindleyTadej Pogacar?
thibaut pinotDavid GaudúRichard Carapaz?
Thymen ArensmannMichael LandaJoao Almeida?
Richard Carapaz?Egan Bernal

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