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Chris Froome’s ‘remarkable’ Vuelta win makes him all-time great, says Sir Dave Brailsford

Chris Froome’s achievement of becoming the first British winner of the Vuelta a Espana makes him “without a doubt” one of the all-time greats of cycling, according to Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford. READ MORE: Froome: Fifth Tour de France title in 2018 is ‘priority and focus’ WATCH MORE: Chicken nuggets & paddling pools – why Froome is so amazing Source link

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Chris Froome’s Team Sky finish fourth on Vuelta a Espana time trial

The first stage in Nimes passed through a Roman amphitheatre Chris Froome’s Team Sky finished fourth on the first stage of the Vuelta a Espana, as BMC Racing won the team time trial in Nimes, France. Team Sky were nine seconds off the pace, with Quick-Step Floors and Team Sunweb both six seconds behind BMC. Britain’s Froome is aiming to become only the third man to win the Vuelta in the same year as the Tour de France. The Vuelta stays in France for Sunday’s second stage, a 203.4km route…

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