Chris Froome has left Saint-Etienne hospital a week after his horrific crash at the Critérium du Dauphiné, but he is still not well enough to go home.
After years of watching Chris Froome achieve perfection, Fred Dreier is ready to embrace the race’s lineup of flawed contenders
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With Chris Froome injured and Geraint Thomas banged up, Egan Bernal hopes to make a mark at the Tour de Suisse, on his way toward the Tour de France.
Read the full article at Bernal poised to climb into spotlight as Ineos scrambles after costly crashes on VeloNews.com.
How does Chris Froome’s injury shape the Tour de France, and what does it mean for Team Ineos? Plus, Chloe Woodruff takes us inside the off-road chase for the 2020 Olympics
Read the full article at VN Podcast: How Froome’s injury impacts the Tour de France; Chloe Woodruff on the MTB chase for Tokyo on VeloNews.com.
The UCI’s confirmation of Cobo’s sanction means Chris Froome could be named the official winner of the 2011 Vuelta a España
Read the full article at Froome closer to 2011 Vuelta win as Cobo receives official sanction on VeloNews.com.