PARIS (Reuters) – Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome is likely to face fierce competition within Team Ineos next year, but the Briton is focusing on getting back to his best before thinking about 2020.
Froome missed this year’s Tour after sustaining multiple injuries in a horror crash in the Criterium du Dauphine in June.
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His team mate Egan Bernal seized the opportunity to win his maiden Tour de France ahead of defending champion Geraint Thomas, making it five in a row for Ineos, formerly Team Sky.
Who will lead the British outfit for next year’s Tour, which will start on June 27 in Nice, is anyone’s guess but Froome would not be drawn into discussing the number one status.
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