1. Peter Sagan is twenty-eight and blessed with miles more talent than Tafi is, allied with years of sports science that simply wasn't available to Tafi.
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2. Peter Sagan headlined his own event, the Sagan Fondo, in Windsor, Northern California, last week.
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5. On 8 September, Peter Sagan sprinted to his 100th career victory at 2017 Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec.
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6. Peter Sagan won the third stage of the Tour de France from an uphill sprint in Vittel.
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9. Peter Sagan came in second at Milan–San Remo after initiating a move near the finish on the slope of the Poggio, bringing with him Michał Kwiatkowski and Julian Alaphilippe.
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12. Peter Sagan claimed his 3rd victory by winning stage 16 in Bern, beating Alexander Kristoff in a sprint by few centimetres.
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13. In the first stage of the Tour de France Peter Sagan came in third.
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19. Peter Sagan broke his Grand Tour victory drought at the Vuelta a Espana by outsprinting Nacer Bouhanni and John Degenkolb on the third stage.
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25. Peter Sagan started his season at the Tour of Qatar, taking his first podium spot of the season on Stage 4 by finishing second.
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27. In the first week of the Tour de France, Peter Sagan scored seven top-5 finishes in a row, without registering a victory, a feat that had not been recorded since Charles Pelissier did eight top-5 finishes in a row in 1914.
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31. Peter Sagan got short of success in the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec where he accelerated strongly on one of the final climbs but faded in sight of the finishing line.
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37. Peter Sagan started the 2012 Tour de France by finishing in 53rd place on the Prologue after losing some time in the corners.
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40. Peter Sagan won Stage 4 of Tirreno-Adriatico and played a key role in helping Vincenzo Nibali win the event overall.
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41. Peter Sagan targeted the Vuelta a Espana as his first Grand Tour appearance.
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49. Peter 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.
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