Chris Froome to be handed 2011 Vuelta a España title, eight years later

Supported by The UCI has recognised Chris Froome as the winner of the 2011 Vuelta a España, retrospectively making him the first British rider to win a Grand Tour. Froome originally finished the Spanish Grand Tour in second place behind Spaniard Juan Jose Cobo. However in June 2019, nearly eight years after the race’s conclusion, the UCI … The post Chris Froome to be handed 2011 Vuelta a España title, eight years later appeared first on CyclingTips .

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