Peter Sagan

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Peter Sagan

Peter Sagan (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈpɛtɛr ˈsaɡan]; born 26 January 1990) is a Slovak professional road bicycle racer, who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam Bora–Hansgrohe. Sagan had a successful junior cyclo-cross and mountain bike racing career, winning the Junior Mountain Bike World Championship in 2008, before moving to road racing. Sagan is considered one of cycling's greatest talents, having earned many prestigious victories, including three consecutive World Championships, one European Championship, two Paris–Nice stages, seven Tirreno–Adriatico stages, one in the Tour de Romandie, three and the overall classification in the Tour de Pologne, a record seventeen stages and the overall in the Tour of California, and another fifteen in the Tour de Suisse. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Peter Sagan has received more than 1,828,565 page views. His biography is available in 39 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 88th most popular cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Peter Sagan ranks 88 out of 904Before him are Jean Stablinski, Mario Cipollini, Alejandro Valverde, Learco Guerra, Lucien Aimar, and Vincenzo Nibali. After him are Adri van der Poel, Georges Speicher, Fabian Cancellara, Georges Ronsse, Marcel Kint, and André Darrigade.

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Among people born in 1990, Peter Sagan ranks 14Before him are Kristen Stewart, David de Gea, Miralem Pjanić, Wojciech Szczęsny, Magnus Carlsen, and Douglas Costa. After him are Bojan Krkić, Aaron Ramsey, Kim Jong-hyun, Georginio Wijnaldum, Rita Ora, and Daley Blind.

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In Slovakia

Among people born in Slovakia, Peter Sagan ranks 98 out of 218Before him are Kálmán Mikszáth (1847), Anton Ondruš (null), Géza von Radványi (1907), József Csermák (1932), Miroslav Lajčák (1963), and Jozef Miloslav Hurban (1817). After him are Stan Mikita (1940), Maroš Šefčovič (1966), Mirka Federer (1978), István Friedrich (1883), Jozef Vengloš (1936), and Ján Cikker (1911).

Among CYCLISTS In Slovakia

Among cyclists born in Slovakia, Peter Sagan ranks 1After him are Anton Tkáč (1951), Ján Svorada (1968), Peter Velits (1985), and Martin Velits (1985).