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I think that's all states… but my point is; Pogacar isn't. And even if he was; he could still have celebrated those wins with a drink, just like he couldn't (supposedly) celebrate his California win, despite not being from the US.
That was neither her point, nor was it mine. For her it was just a way to congratulate him with his 21st birthday, saying he's old enough to drink now. And i was simply saying, that her being from the US, was the reason she made that reference. We all know he isn't from the USA.
 
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Much Ado about Nothing! It's just something we say in the USA when some one turns 21. Sorry to have Offended your sensibilities!
And that's the problem! You make it seem like the entire world is the USA... like I wouldn't talk about a rider from the US being "old enough to get a license" upon turning 18, because I know that he might already have one.
But anyway, happy - almost finished - 21st birthday to Tadej Pogacar, and may he celebrate it exactly as he sees fit.
 
Unless of course your grow up near the Canadian border, then once you're 18 or 19 (depends on the province) you can just go to Canada to drink. Yes that does happen a lot. Where I grew up was about a 6 hour drive to Niagara falls (closest crossing to Canada from north eastern Ohio) and there were many college students who would go to Niagara falls for weekends so they could drink. So yes, you have to be 21 to drink in the US, but you can legally get around that if you live near Canada.

Happy 21st Birthday to Tadej Pogacar.
 
Unless of course your grow up near the Canadian border, then once you're 18 or 19 (depends on the province) you can just go to Canada to drink. Yes that does happen a lot. Where I grew up was about a 6 hour drive to Niagara falls (closest crossing to Canada from north eastern Ohio) and there were many college students who would go to Niagara falls for weekends so they could drink. So yes, you have to be 21 to drink in the US, but you can legally get around that if you live near Canada.

Happy 21st Birthday to Tadej Pogacar.
That's another matter and similar to Dutch "coffeeshops" getting swamped by Belgian and French customers for some Mary Jane.
 
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It will be interesting to see on how Pogačar will cope with the Tour. Just about anything is possible, including the podium position. That is being healthy, well prepared and with a bit of luck. Just not sure on how much support will UAE team be able to provide, compared to other teams.
 
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It will be interesting to see on how Pogačar will cope with the Tour. Just about anything is possible, including the podium position. That is being healthy, well prepared and with a bit of luck. Just not sure on how much support will UAE team be able to provide, compared to other teams.
They could provide him a lot of support, Polanc, de la Cruz, Dombrowski, Formolo and Conti for example. The problem is the fact that Gaviria's sprint train will also be on the Tour team.
 
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They could provide him a lot of support, Polanc, de la Cruz, Dombrowski, Formolo and Conti for example. The problem is the fact that Gaviria's sprint train will also be on the Tour team.
For loo will ride Giro and Vuelta and de la Cruz has to be the leader for the Vuelta so I don't think he wants to go to France to work.
 
Why on earth would they let de la Cruz be leader in a Grand Tour?
Even with Sky he started with a leadership role at the Vuelta. Personally I find way more incredible that Aru will be the leader in France with Pogacar supposed to support him, I'm still laughing for Pogacar interview where he says he wants to help Aru to take the yellow jersey.
 

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