Froome insists he is clean
Berlin - Chris Froome, who is the favourite to win this year's Tour de France, has told a British newspaper that he does not partake in doping. Froome, who is the captain of Team Sky and finished second behind his team-mate Bradley Wiggins last year, said in an interview published late Saturday on the Daily Mail website that he knows that people do not believe the sport is clean. The publication came on the same day as German 1997 Tour winner Jan Ullrich's admission that he was involved in blood doping.
A former coach Antoine Vayer said recently that performances, like those of Froome and Wiggins, were suspicious. "It's hard not to get angry over reports like that because it almost feels the better we do our job the more people think we're doping," he told the Daily Mail.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at SPORT24