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Tour de France remains dream scenario for Chris Froome

Tour de France remains dream scenario for Chris Froome

(Image credit: SprintCyclingAgency©2022) Chris Froome has admitted he has lots of steps to take and lots of work to do before he returns to his…

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Chris Froome has admitted he has lots of steps to take and lots of work to do before he returns to his best possible form but describes riding this year’s Tour de France as a “dream scenario”.

Froome only started his 2022 season at the Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali in late March after a knee tendon injury during the winter kept him off the bike for most of December. The Israel-Premier Tech rider is currently taking part in the Tour of the Alps and then will go on to next week’s Tour de Romandie, a key block of racing when it comes to his plans for the Tour de France in 2022, his wider ambitions for the summer and beyond.

“Obviously that would be the dream scenario for me: to get back into the Tour and be competitive again. But there are lots of steps that need to come before that,” Froome told Cyclingnews, Cycling Weekly and Wielerflits during the Tour of the Alps.

“I think it all depends on how everything goes on this next month and a half. I think that would be a final test to see if I’m ready to go back into a race like the Tour de France.”

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