Since his first Tour de France win in 2013, Chris Froome has been the GC rider of reference in the Tour. Through 2017, the Brit won four yellow jerseys (2013, 2015, 2016, 2017), a polka-dot jersey (2015), and six stages along the way, plus he won a stage in the 2012 Tour. He also won the 2017 Vuelta and the 2018 Giro d’Italia.
Team Ineos boss outlines potential race schedules for 2020, avoids confirming Froome's race plans.
The Outer Line charts the victories and top-10 finishes of the UCI men's WorldTour squads, and draws some sharp conclusions about which teams are succeeding, and which teams are not.
On this week's episode we discuss media reports of Chris Froome's recovery, the changing shape of U.S. pro racing, and we hear from road pro TJ Eisenhart about why he's moving to gravel racing.
Team Sky revolutionized the way the Tour de France was raced, winning seven Tours in eight years. The team garnered plenty of criticism for its budget and its penchant for pushing the rules.
Froome spoke on teammates' podcast about how far he needs to progress to hit Tour-winning form again.