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Chris Froome: “Hopefully I'll have the same legs tomorrow”

interview19.07.2017Stage 17- La Mure / Serre-Chevalier

“I was surprised about Fabio Aru dropping today. I expected him to attack. But in a Grand Tour, it's the third week that really tests everyone. Personally, I felt a lot better than in the Pyrenees one week ago, hopefully same legs tomorrow. My team was also brilliant under pressure. I rode behind Dan Martin because I didn't want to get into the same situation as last week when some GC riders went up the road and nobody wanted to chase. My legs felt good so why not keep everyone in check. That would be incredible if Mikel Landa could finish on the podium as well. He showed today how strong he was in the Galibier. Tomorrow up the Izoard, it'll be just about the legs.”

The interview in video

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Chris Froome: "It's a great sign"

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