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Tadej Pogačar

1998 - Today

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Tadej Pogačar (Slovene pronunciation: [tadɛj pogatʃar] (listen); born 21 September 1998) is a Slovenian cyclist who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam UAE Team Emirates. He became the youngest cyclist to win a UCI World Tour race when he won the 2019 Tour of California at age 20. In his debut Grand Tour, Pogačar won three stages of the 2019 Vuelta a España en route to a third place finish. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Tadej Pogačar has received more than 433,594 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Tadej Pogačar is the 536th most popular cyclist (up from 787th in 2019), the 150th most popular biography from Slovenia (up from 173rd in 2019) and the 4th most popular Slovene Cyclist.

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Among CYCLISTS

Among cyclists, Tadej Pogačar ranks 536 out of 1,212Before him are Daryl Impey, Leif Hoste, Gerald Ciolek, Emma Johansson, Robbie Hunter, and Félix Cárdenas. After him are Nick Nuyens, Mikhail Ignatiev, Marcus Burghardt, Bruno Risi, Íñigo Cuesta, and Kjell Carlström.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1998, Tadej Pogačar ranks 47Before him are Nolan Gould, Rui Hachimura, Annalise Basso, Rico Rodriguez, Jeon So-yeon, and Yusra Mardini. After him are Ianis Hagi, Lee Seung-woo, Ritsu Doan, Aryna Sabalenka, Khalid, and Han Kwang-song.

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In Slovenia

Among people born in Slovenia, Tadej Pogačar ranks 150 out of 247Before him are Erazem Lorbek (1984), Alenka Gotar (1977), Andraž Kirm (1984), Aleksander Knavs (1975), Bojan Jokić (1986), and Ana Soklič (1984). After him are Omar Naber (1981), Robert Kranjec (1981), Marinko Galič (1970), Brigita Bukovec (1970), Tim Matavž (1989), and Boštjan Nachbar (1980).

Among CYCLISTS In Slovenia

Among cyclists born in Slovenia, Tadej Pogačar ranks 4Before him are Primož Roglič (1989), Tadej Valjavec (1977), and Janez Brajkovič (1983). After him are Borut Božič (1980), Simon Špilak (1986), Matej Mohorič (1994), Grega Bole (1985), Jan Polanc (1992), Luka Mezgec (1988), Kristijan Koren (1986), and Tanja Žakelj (1988).

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