NEWS: Froome secures Romandie victory


Chris Froome laid down a winning final time trial to claim overall victory at the Tour de Romandie.

The Team Sky rider headed into the decisive 18.5-kilometre test just a single second behind overnight leader Simon Spilak and the pair battled it out on the roads around Neuchatel, with Froome comfortably claiming the upper hand.

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NEWS: Strong start for Froome at Tour de Romandie

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Chris Froome got his Tour de Romandie title defence off to an encouraging start in Ascona, finishing just 10 seconds back on winner Michal Kwiatkowski.

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NEWS: Upcoming autobiography

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Chris Froome, the British winner of the 2013 Tour de France, is to write his autobiography for Penguin.

The Climb will tell the inspirational story of Chris Froome’s journey from a young boy in Kenya, riding through townships and past wild animals, and with few opportunities for an aspiring cyclist, to his unforgettable yellow jersey victory in this year’s Tour.


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NEWS: Tour de Froome

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Chris Froome confirmed himself as the winner of the 100th edition of the Tour de France as the race came to spectacular close in Paris.

The Brit crossed the line safely under the lights on the Champs-Elysees to secure back-to-back Tour victories for Team Sky by a commanding margin of four minutes and 20 seconds.

Froome won three stages along the way, climbing to mountain-top victories on Ax 3 Domaines (stage eight) and the infamous Mont Ventoux (stage 15). The first African-born winner of the Tour de France also showed his all-round strength by winning the undulating stage 17 time trial to Chorges.

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NEWS: Team performance to remember

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Chris Froome pulled on the yellow jersey on stage eight at the Tour de France as Team Sky took the biggest race in cycling by the scruff of the neck.

The Pyrenees marked the first serious climbs of the race and the first summit finish in the form of Ax 3 Domaines. An emphatic Froome added the climb to his list of the team's conquests as he pulled on yellow just short of a year after team-mate Sir Bradley Wiggins managed the same feat.


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