Nine Years Late, Chris Froome Gets His Vuelta Trophy

Supported by The 2011 Vuelta was striking for a few reasons – the stratospheric speed at which some of its climbs were raced; the out-of-nowhere win by the unfancied Spaniard Juan Jose Cobo, riding for the Pro Continental Geox team in his homeland’s biggest race; and the arrival of Chris Froome as a Grand Tour contender. The … The post Nine years late, Chris Froome gets his Vuelta trophy appeared first on CyclingTips .

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