Born on October 29, 1989, Primo Rogli is a Slovenian professional cyclist for the UCI WorldTeam Team Jumbo-Visma. After an accident in the ski jump at Planica, which sidelined him for a while, he decided to pursue cycling instead.
Primož Roglič Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
In 2017, Rogli became the first Slovenian to win a stage at the Tour de France. He became the first Slovenian to win a Grand Tour when he took the overall classification at the 2019 Vuelta a Espaa in September.
He was the first Slovenian to wear the yellow jersey at the Tour de France in 2020 and finished second overall, losing out to compatriot Tadej Pogaar. He also placed third at the 2019 Giro d’Italia. At the 2021 Summer Olympics, he competed in the men’s individual time trial and came out on top, earning him a gold medal. Finally, he became only the third rider in history to win three consecutive Vueltas.
Road Time Trial Champion Primoz Roglic Has It All Come Together
Slovene cyclist Primoz Roglic, who had previously withdrawn from the Tour de France, won the men’s individual time trial at Fuji International Speedway with a scorching time of 55 minutes and four seconds.
Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic rode brilliantly to victory in the men’s individual time trial at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, clocking in at 55 minutes, 4 seconds, and 19 tenths of a second.
As a result of severe grazing and bruising sustained in a crash on stage 3 of the Tour de France, the 31-year-old withdrew from the race earlier this month. Roglic, who finished second in 2020, was hoping to finally take home the hardware this time around.
‘Super Special,’ Primoz Roglic Wins Olympic Time Trial in Commanding Fashion
Even though South Americans will vehemently disagree, this cycling summer has to be considered Slovenia’s. Primoz Roglic has won the country’s first Olympic gold medal in cycling, following Tadej Pogacar’s bronze medal performance in the Tokyo 2020 road race last weekend.
Once Roglic crossed the finish line over a minute ahead of his nearest competitor in the time trial, the only real racing at Fuji International Speedway was to determine who would take the two remaining podium spots. Only four seconds separated second from fifth place at the finish.
Tom Dumoulin, a Dutchman, defended his silver medal from the Rio Olympics, and Rohan Dennis, an Australian and the reigning time trial world champion, finished two seconds back in third.
Filippo Ganna of Italy, the current time trial world champion, dropped to fifth place, behind Switzerland’s Stefan Küng, in the final kilometres.
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