Inscyd View: A Scientific Analysis Of Chris Froome’S Giro D’Italia Performance

On Tuesday, Team Sky manager Dave Brailsford told the BBC that Chris Froome’s 80km solo attack at the Giro d’Italia “wasn’t out of the norm for what he can do.” Separately, sports scientist Sebastian Weber has used metabolic analysis software to dissect Froome’s two stage-winning attacks, plus his Stage 20 defence at the Giro. What … The post INSCYD view: A scientific analysis of Chris Froome’s Giro d’Italia performance appeared first on CyclingTips .

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