Tom Dumoulin Shuns Using Strava To Keep Training Secret

Tom Dumoulin shuns using Strava to keep training secret

Joe Robinson 29 Apr 2020 Looking for an advantage over his rivals, Dumoulin has no plans on using apps like Strava Tour de France hopeful Tom Dumoulin is against the idea of using training app Strava as he would rather keep his training secrets to himself. The Dutchman signed for home WorldTour team Jumbo-Visma in the winter and was preparing to target the French Grand Tour as part of a three-pronged attack with teammates Steven Kruijswijk and Vuelta a Espana champion Primoz Roglic. He spent much of the winter continuing his recovery from knee surgery in 2019 however the specifics of his training are a mystery with the 29-year-old shunning apps such as Strava. Unlike Dumoulin, some of his Grand Tour rivals have proved quite open with how far and long they train, notably Team Ineos duo Chris Froome and Egan Bernal. Froome regularly posts mammoth 200km training rides in ...

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