Jonas Vingegaard vows 'my time will come' after losing time at Tour de France

Two-time defending champion says he doubted himself and his form coming into the race after shipping 50 seconds on the Col du Galibier

Jonas Vingegaard
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Jonas Vingegaard cut a stoic figure as he arrived at the Visma-Lease a Bike team bus in Valloire after losing time to Tadej Pogačar on stage four of the Tour de France.

The Col du Galibier has a long history of playing a defining role in the French Grand Tour. Seconds, or even minutes, can be shipped on its brutal gradients, which have often put to bed dreams of overall victory in Paris. 

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Tom Thewlis

Tom has been writing for Cycling Weekly since 2022 and his news stories, rider interviews and features appear both online and in the magazine. 

Since joining the team, he has reported from some of professional cycling's biggest races and events including the Tour de France and the World Championships in Glasgow. He has also covered races elsewhere across the world. 

As well as on the ground reporting, Tom writes race reports from the men's and women's WorldTour and helps with coverage of UK domestic cycling.