The summer sports season is never complete without the three-week bicycle ride through the French country-side. Better known as the Tour de France. The 106 year tradition is renewed every year throughout the flat lands of the country, the coast, the hills, the Alps, the Pyrenees, and ending in Paris. But the more things are the same, the more they change. Once again, a rider from Team Ineos (formerly Team Sky) won. But the who wasn't expected. Egan Bernal of Colombia exceeded his high expectation to (relatively) easily take the Maillot Jaune on the 19th stage and hold it through Paris. Whispers around the team buses had him as having better form than team leader and 2018 Tour winner Geraint Thomas. But who would the team protect? It never was an issue. Bernal stormed through the decisive stages when he needed to and took a 1:00 gap into the final Alps stage and could not be challenged. At 22 years old, Bernal was the youngest rider out of ~200 in Le Tour. And he is the winner. It's was never a matter of if he would win a Tour. But how many. The count is on. Bernal is the Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!