There's a chance Chris Froome will race the 2017 Giro d'Italia
Since his first Tour de France win in 2013, Chris Froome has been the GC rider of reference in the Tour. Through 2016, the Brit won three yellow jerseys (2013, 2015, 2016), a polka-dot jersey (2015), and six stages along the way, plus he won a stage in the 2012 Tour.
Born in Nairobi, Froome has been a central part of British team Sky since 2010, where he’s also hauled in a number of major wins, including three stages at the Vuelta, three yellow jerseys at Critérium du Dauphiné, and seven other titles at smaller stage races, such as Tour de Romandie and Critérium International. Froome also won silver in both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics time trial events.
Nairo Quintana takes a 1:23 lead into the Vuelta's final day, and he'll likely be crowned the overall winner in Madrid.
No matter happens Saturday, it’s been a tremendous Vuelta, and should be a fitting finale to what’s been a great race between Froome
Sky's Ian Boswell explains what happened in the Vuelta's decisive stage 15, when Chris Froome lost big time in the overall, and 80 riders
The Vuelta a España's stage 15 turned the race on its head. How did the race's strongmen fare?
Chris Froome is well behind Nairo Quintana at the Vuelta, but Sky's Tour champ says he'll keep looking for ways to try to win the red
The 91-rider group that finished outside the time cut should have been removed from the Vuelta, Froome said.
After Tuesday’s rest day, Sky will have chances to pick up time in the Vuelta’s final stages — but the red jersey might be out of
Sunday's action-packed ride through the Pyrenees was a "was a beautiful stage for the fans," says Esteban Chaves
Nairo Quintana made several attempts to drop Chris Froome on the slopes of the Aubisque climb, but he couldn't shake the Tour de France