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Chris Froome, the go-between

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Last sprint for Groenewegen, Froome wins his fourth Tour

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Warren Barguil: “We wanted to win one more stage”

interview16.07.2017Stage 15- Laissac-Sévérac l'Église / Le Puy-en-Velay

“The first goal was the stage win for myself or Michael [Matthews]. There was a really good opportunity. But we missed it. It's a little bit disappointing. We can't win every day I guess but we tried again. We had three guys in the break as we planned. I hope to continue this way. One day I need to score some more point to win the polka dot jersey.”

The interview in video

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