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Christopher „Chris“ Froome OBE ist ein kenianisch-britischer Radrennfahrer. Er ist viermaliger Sieger der Tour de France und gewann mit der Vuelta a España , der Vuelta a España und dem Giro d’Italia auch die anderen beiden Großen. Bei der Tour de France ging Froome in Abwesenheit des Bei der Tour de France übernahm er das Gelbe Trikot nach der 7. Etappe der Tour de France nach einer Attacke auf der Abfahrt Die Tour de France gewann er mit 54 Sekunden. In den Trikots von Sky und Ineos wurde Chris Froome zur prägenden Figur des Radsports. Nun entscheiden sich Team und Profi für einen. Chris Froome (Mitte), Egan Bernal (2. v. l.) oder Geraint Thomas (r., Gelbes Trikot)? Wer Ineos-Kapitän bei der Tour de France sein wird. Der Radsport fiebert wie viele andere Sportarten dem Re-Start entgegen. Dabei wird mit Spannung auf das Team Ineos geschaut. Sind drei Kapitäne und.
Chris Froome (Mitte), Egan Bernal (2. v. l.) oder Geraint Thomas (r., Gelbes Trikot)? Wer Ineos-Kapitän bei der Tour de France sein wird. Froome (born ) is a professional road racing cyclist from Great Britain, currently riding for Team INEOS. His best results are 4x GC Tour de France. Foto: afp. Zur Saison wurde er Profi im südafrikanischen Team Barloworld, für welches er gleich im ersten Jahr die Tour de France bestreiten durfte.
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But behind the winds caused havoc in the peloton, splitting it to bits in an exposed section in wicked crosswinds. Aru had a panic when he was forced to take a bike change from teammate Jakob Fuglsang as the Astana team car was trapped behind the second peloton.
He rejoined the lead group after some effort. The chasing peloton made up ground on the riders in no-man's land on the two smaller climbs with 40km to go, and were closing in on the leaders - they had the gap under eight minutes until Simon Gerrans Orica-BikeExchange was blown over in a turn on the descent from the Col des Trois Termes and took down Team Sky's Ian Stannard and Luke Rowe.
Inexplicably, the maillot jaune himself stopped and went back to pace his teammates back through the following cars as the peloton respected the go-slow.
They rejoined a few kilometres later, without Stannard, and began the pursuit anew. The brief respite in pace allowed the second peloton to rejoin, bringing Barguil, Pinot and Vincenzo Nibali back into the action.
At the foot of the Ventoux, the breakaway still had nearly nine minutes, and Greipel decided to get a head start on the climb, powering away with 14km to go, but his move was only a boomerang.
He was quickly caught and dropped. Soon it was De Gendt, Pauwels and Navarro alone up front. De Gendt was distanced from the leading group with 7km remaining, but rejoined a few kilometres later.
The surge dropped Geraint Thomas out the back, leaving Froome with his main climbers Henao, Poels and Nieve for protection.
As Valverde was reeled in, Quintana put in a dig that was marked by Sky, but the acceleration spat Dan Martin Etixx-Quickstep out the back, with Daniel Moreno Movistar along for company.
Not willing to quit, Quintana put in another dig but was once again shut down by Poels. The clash of the titans whittled the yellow jersey group down to only a few favourites and their main climbing domestiques.
Mollema, Mientjes, Yates and Bardet held onto the back for dear life. A telling head shake from Quintana came before Joaquim Rodriguez injected some pace into the yellow jersey group, marked quickly by Valverde.
Again, Poels proved too strong and nailed it back. It was not a day for the Colombian to gain time, in fact he would lose contact when Froome himself went with 1.
Mollema attacked from Quintana's group to make it across to Froome and Porte. Ahead, De Gendt, having had to chase back to Pauwels and Navarro, showed his strategy was on track as he attacked with 3km to go and distanced his companions.
Only Pauwels could keep him in reach, and the Belgian made contact and quickly attacked with 1. The two played too much cat and mouse, allowing Navarro to rejoin with 1km to go.
De Gendt proved victorious however, but his victory would be forever overshadowed by the incident of the race leader Froome behind.
Cyclingnews The World Centre of Cycling. Image 4 of 45 Richie Porte shows his exasperation at the stage 12 finish. Image 5 of 45 Chris Froome makes his move on Mont Ventoux.
Image 6 of 45 Chris Froome rides a Mavic neutral support bike toward the finish of stage Image 13 of 45 Bauke Mollema had no idea before the stage started what kind of drama would unfold.
Image 14 of 45 The peloton in action during stage 12 at the Tour de France. Image 15 of 45 Thomas de Gendt in the polka dot jersey atop Mont Ventoux.
Image 16 of 45 The peloton in action during stage 12 at the Tour de France. Image 18 of 45 Nairo Quintana rides in the bunch during stage 12 at the Tour de France.
Image 19 of 45 Chris Froome rides in the bunch during stage 12 at the Tour de France. Image 20 of 45 Fans line the roads during stage 12 at the Tour de France.
Image 21 of 45 The peloton in action during stage 12 at the Tour de France. Image 22 of 45 Chris Froome atop Mont Ventoux. Image 23 of 45 Chris Froome kept yellow despite the carnage on Mont Ventoux.
Image 24 of 45 Adam Yates remains in white after stage 12 at the Tour de France. Image 26 of 45 Chris Froome runs for the line during stage 12 of the Tour de France.
Image 28 of 45 Chris Froome gets a new bike from his team on Mont Ventoux. Image 29 of 45 Chris Froome in the peloton during stage 12 at the Tour de France.
Image 32 of 45 Chris Froome runs for the line during stage 12 of the Tour de France. Image 33 of 45 Chris Froome waits for his team car for a new bike during stage 12 at the Tour de France.
Image 36 of 45 Chris Froome runs for the line during stage 12 of the Tour de France. Image 37 of 45 Chris Froome Team Sky.
Image 39 of 45 Cyclists ride in a breakaway during the km twelvelth stage of the rd edition of the Tour de France.
Image 40 of 45 Fans cheer prior to the start the km twelvelth stage of the rd edition of the Tour de France. Image 41 of 45 The breakaway during stage 12 at the Tour de France.
Image 42 of 45 The chase group and main field during stage 12 at the Tour de France. He subsequently received the order from his team manager to hold back and wait for yellow jersey Wiggins.
He finished third on the stage. He ended up fourth overall, finishing over ten minutes behind the race winner, Alberto Contador Saxo Bank—Tinkoff Bank.
He also won the points classification. After finishing fourth in the short second-stage time trial, he passed teammate Richie Porte to win the third and final stage.
In so doing, he overtook Porte in the general classification. In late April, Froome won the 7. Froome took second on the stage behind Alessandro De Marchi of Cannondale, who had attacked earlier, to secure overall victory, with Porte completing a one-two, 58 seconds back.
This was Froome's fourth major stage race victory of the season, out of the five he had entered. Froome's Tour de France got off to a nervy start as he crashed in the neutral zone of the first stage on the isle of Corsica , but he was unharmed.
Also, he avoided going down in the large crash towards the end of the stage. Froome's winning margin on the stage was 51 seconds over Porte, and 85 seconds to Valverde Movistar Team in third.
This gave Froome the overall lead in the Tour for the first time and the lead in the mountains classification. Despite being without any team support for most of the stage, Froome was able to defend his lead by following several attacks by Quintana and Valverde.
Saxo—Tinkoff's Contador and Roman Kreuziger , and Laurens ten Dam and Bauke Mollema of Belkin Pro Cycling all made the selection and took 69 seconds out of Froome's lead, although Valverde lost over ten minutes and slipped out of contention.
Froome won stage fifteen, which finished on Mont Ventoux. The pair worked together to put time into their rivals, before Froome dropped Quintana with 1.
This gave Froome a lead of four minutes and fourteen seconds over Mollema in second place, with Contador a further eleven seconds back.
Froome also regained the lead in the mountains classification. Froome won the general classification on 21 July with a final time of 83 hours, 56 minutes and 40 seconds; he was 4 minutes and 20 seconds ahead of second-placed Quintana.
He was also King of the Mountains for six stages; however, he ultimately finished second to Quintana in that classification.
He insisted that he and his team were clean and stated that the questioning saddened him. As defending champion for the first time, Froome started his season by again winning the Tour of Oman.
To celebrate the Tour de France moving from Britain to France in July, Froome rode a bicycle through the Channel Tunnel , becoming the first solo rider to do so and one of few cyclists ever to have made the journey.
Froome crashed out on the fifth stage of the Tour de France after falling three times over two days, putting an end to his defence of his Tour de France crown.
He lost time on the first individual time trial. Following his and early-season victories in the Tour of Oman , Froome decided to begin his racing season in February at the Ruta del Sol in Spain.
He was joined there by Contador, both riders competing in this race for the first time. Having lost eight seconds to Contador in the first day's individual time trial,  Froome ceded even more time to him on the third stage, when the Spaniard broke away from the peloton during the uphill finish to win the stage.
Now 27 seconds behind Contador, with only one mountain stage remaining, Froome seemed likely to end up second.
After some punchy moves by his support riders, Froome began a solo attack. For a short time Contador was able to follow, but he soon fell away.
Froome won the stage and was able to open a second gap on second-place Contador by the finish line, enough to overcome his deficit and take the overall race lead by two seconds.
For the second year in a row, Froome did not start Tirreno—Adriatico , due to a chest infection. He won stage seven, the queen stage , thanks to two consecutive attacks on the last climb of the day, one to shed the leading group and another one to get rid of Tejay van Garderen , who had resisted the first one.
Froome entered the Tour de France as one of the favourites for the overall win. After a strong performance on the Mur de Huy Froome took over the race lead by one second from Tony Martin,  although he subsequently lost the jersey to Martin on stage four to Cambrai.
During the evening of the first rest day of the Tour, it emerged that the team had had some of Froome's data files hacked and released onto the internet.
As the Tour entered the second week of racing stage ten saw the first mountains stage, the summit finish of La Pierre Saint-Martin , where Froome would go on to take the stage win, putting significant time into his general classification rivals.
Froome maintained his lead during the final week's Alpine mountain stages, although he lost 32 seconds to Quintana, who had emerged as his principal rival, on the penultimate mountain stage to La Toussuire, and another 86 seconds on the final summit finish on Alpe d'Huez , giving him a lead of 72 seconds over Quintana in the general classification.
In addition to winning the race overall he clinched the mountains classification. The following morning, an MRI scan revealed that he had broken his foot in the crash and he withdrew from the Vuelta.
Before the season, Froome announced that he would attempt to win the Tour, as well as the time trial and road race at the Olympics.
The Herald Sun Tour consisted of a short individual time trial prologue, followed by four stages.
On the last stage, which culminated in a triple climb of Arthurs Seat and a summit finish, Froome broke away in a solo attack on the third and final ascent, and opened up a sufficient gap on the field to secure his first victory, along with the King of the Mountains award.
Froome's next racing appearance was at the Volta a Catalunya in late March, where he finished eighth overall.
Porte and Mollema continued riding, while Froome ditched his bike and continued on foot until receiving a replacement bike from his team car.
He finished the race 1 minute and 40 seconds behind Mollema, but was awarded the same time as Mollema after a jury decision, and retained the yellow jersey.
Froome went on to claim his third Tour de France victory on 24 July and became Britain's first-ever three-time winner of the race. He followed his Tour win with a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics, during the Men's Time Trial event,  repeating his bronze medal success from London He lost over 2 and a half minutes on stage 15 when rivals Nairo Quintana and Alberto Contador attacked together from kilometre 10 and blew the race apart, isolating him from his teammates.
He finished the Vuelta in second overall, back of race winner Quintana. Froome won his fourth Tour de France title on 23 July Although Froome never won a stage during the Tour or any prior race during that calendar year, he was victorious thanks to his exceptional time trialing abilities showcased on the Grand Depart in Düsseldorf and on stage 20 in Marseille.
However, they were pegged back on the descent and Vincenzo Nibali won the stage in the reduced sprint. Froome finished 3rd and the bonus seconds at the line plus those he picked up at the intermediate sprint were enough to see him take the red jersey for the first time since A third-place finish on the Alto de l'Angliru cemented the red jersey as well as the combination classification, and on the final sprint stage at Madrid , held on to win the points classification by 2 points over Matteo Trentin.
With the victory, Froome became the first British rider to win the Vuelta, and the third man to successfully complete the Tour-Vuelta double in the same year joining Jacques Anquetil and Bernard Hinault.
He then competed at the UCI Road World Championships in Bergen only about a week after his Vuelta victory and won two bronze medals: one in the men's team time trial with Team Sky, the other in the men's individual time trial for Great Britain.
As always, I took the greatest care to ensure that I did not use more than the permissible dose. Following the leaking of test results to The Guardian and Le Monde newspapers,  the newspaper article stated that ' [this] His case has been widely criticised by fellow cyclists and in January UCI president David Lappartient recommended that he was suspended by Team Sky until his case was resolved.
On 2 July , the UCI officially closed the investigation into Froome, stating that the rider had supplied sufficient evidence to suggest that "Mr Froome's sample results do not constitute an AAF".
On 29 November , Froome announced that he intended to participate in the Giro d'Italia in an attempt to complete the Giro-Tour double, marking his first start in the race since A win would make him the seventh rider to win all three Grand Tours, and the third rider to hold all three Grand Tour titles simultaneously in a single month period.
Froome entered the Giro d'Italia as one of the favourites to take the overall victory in Rome at the end of May. Once at the start of the Giro d'Italia, he was he would be cleared of his offences.
After the race, Team Sky directeur sportif Nicolas Portal admitted that the injury Froome sustained in the crash was worse that they had stated at the time, and Brailsford said that the crash was a setback to Froome's physical condition, which the team felt was below the required level at the start of the Giro.
Stage 10 could have also proven ominous when afterwards he admitted to feeling pain and an imbalance between his legs; and was glad to maintain his position.
Froome's deficit to the maglia rosa was now 3' 10". These included the half paved-half gravel climb of the Colle delle Finestre , followed by the climb to Sestriere and the final uphill finish to Bardonecchia.
On the evening before the stage, Team Sky's management decided that Finestre would be the ideal place to put pressure on Yates: if a team rode hard on the front, its 27 hairpin turns would create a concertina effect in the peloton, making it difficult for riders behind to follow, and forcing teams to shed their domestiques.
To ensure that Froome would be able to obtain the nutrition necessary to sustain such a long-range attack without carrying extra weight, the team commandeered all its staff at the race including Brailsford and Ellingworth themselves to ensure there were feeding stations every ten minutes up the Finestre.
On the stage itself, the early breakaway, which included Froome's teammates Sergio Henao and David de la Cruz , was closed down by Yates' Mitchelton—Scott team just before the Finestre.
Froome's advantage grew throughout the second half of the stage, culminating in him taking the stage honours. Importantly, a stage victory of more than three minutes which included picking up three bonus seconds at the second intermediate sprint in Pragelato resulted in Froome taking the overall race lead, 40 seconds ahead of the Giro d'Italia victor, Tom Dumoulin.
His solo attack was likened to famous historical performances such as Fausto Coppi to Pinerolo in , Claudio Chiappucci to Sestriere in , Marco Pantani on the Galibier in , Floyd Landis 's long-range attack to Morzine , and Michael Rasmussen to Tignes in Froome took victory in the Giro d'Italia making him the first British rider to win the overall title, the first rider since to hold all three Grand Tour titles simultaneously, as well as becoming the seventh man to have completed the career Grand Tour grand slam.
Thanks to his performance in the penultimate day time trial to Espelette , Froome finished third overall behind Thomas. Despite being defending champion of the Vuelta, Froome decided to skip the edition having ridden four consecutive Grand Tours.
It was the last race of his season, electing to skip the World Championships in Austria citing physical as well as mental fatigue to be the main reasons behind his decision.
On 1 January , Froome announced that he would not be defending his title at the Giro d'Italia , instead focusing on the Tour de France with the aim of winning the race for the fifth time.
In his first official team interview posted on 17 January , Froome confirmed that he had been given the green light to begin full training following the rehab phase of his recovery and participated in a training camp with several teammates in Gran Canaria, citing his big focus as getting to the Tour de France with the ambition of getting his fifth overall victory.
On 9 July , it was announced that Froome's contract with Team Ineos would not be extended beyond the end of the season,  having been with the team since its formation in Later that day, Froome signed a "long-term" contract with Israel Start-Up Nation from the season.
Froome and Cound moved to Monaco together in and got engaged in March Froome is currently an ambassador of the United for Wildlife conservation project.
His bikes since stage 13 of the Tour have a rhino graphic on the top tube as a way to show awareness for the plight of the animal, also as a homage to his African roots.
He is a Global Ambassador for Best Buddies, an organisation based in Miami helping people with intellectual disabilities; a supporter of She Can He Can, a Monaco-based organisation supporting gender equality; and an ambassador for Ineos' "No Human is Limited" initiative.
Froome also co-organised "The Race: Wheels for Heroes" charity virtual race with former cricket star Kevin Pietersen to raise money for Wheels for Heroes, an organisation helping to provide bikes to front-line workers battling the COVID pandemic in the United Kingdom.
Since winning his first Tour de France title in , doubts over Froome's performances were raised by various experts, including former Festina coach Antoine Vayer.
These allegations were based mainly on his sudden transformation from a relatively unknown rider to a Grand Tour winner, following his breakthrough performance in the Vuelta.
After his dominant showing in the first mountain stage of Tour, the suspicions increased even further. In an attempt to answer these questions, Froome promised to undergo independent physiological testing soon after finishing the Tour.
Several tests were carried to determine his maximum sustainable power for 20—40 minutes threshold power , level of maximum oxygen consumption VO2 max and his peak power.
Froome's peak power was measured at W; his peak 20—minute power, at W, corresponds to At his current weight of His maximum oxygen uptake was measured at Using this number, the VO2 max figure would translate to approximately He also released results from a previous test, carried out in while being part of the UCI development programme.
The test measured his peak power at W, the threshold power at W and the maximum oxygen uptake of Froome and his wife have stated that, after cutting down on carbs and beginning to eat more proteins and healthy fats,  he lost 20 pounds 9.
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