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The young rider from Bolzano confirm her superiority in Bergen, ending in style an amazing 2017 season.
Froome won the race by an eventual margin of two minutes and 15 seconds and became the first rider since Bernard Hinault in 1978 to do the Tour de France and Vuelta double. A last stage in Madrid with a special bike, a King of Spain Dogma F10 signed as always by Fausto Pinarello.
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Chris Froome put in a powerful ride to take victory on the stage 16 time trial at the Vuelta a Espana and extend his overall advantage. Resplendent on his Bolide TT personalized with red details, Froome got quicker across the 40.2-kilometre course to win the stage by a margin of 29 seconds in Logrono, securing his second victory of the race so far.
Elia Viviani continued his great form and added another WorldTour race to his palmares with victory at the Bretagne Classic. The Italian timed his sprint to perfection in Plouay, diving out from a tight gap in the pack and finding space along the left-hand side of the road. Team Sky did a great job imposing themselves across the 239.7-kilometre event, arriving at the front in numbers to control the pace following the feedzone. “It’s an amazing feeling to win two big races at the end of the season. I think it’s the best shape of my life.”
Froome wins stage nine in style at La Vuelta Chris Froome claimed a rousing victory on stage nine at the Vuelta a Espana to further extend his overall race lead. The Team Sky rider made no mistake on the tough finishing ramp of the Alto de Puig Llorenca, accelerating twice to distance all of his rivals and take a popular stage win in the red jersey. “I put everything I had into that last couple of hundred metres,” Froome said after his first stage win of 2017. “I was determined that they weren’t going to catch me. I’m really, really happy to get the victory. The team did a brilliant job on that final climb and set such a good tempo.”
Michal Kwiatkowski sprinted to his first Clásica San Sebastian title after a textbook team performance in the Basque Country. Team SKY’s charismatic polish rider followed great help from Mikel Landa who had launched a crucial attack on the final climb up the famed Murgil and rolled home fifth after setting the pace in the closing stages.
Even if he’s used to happy endings on the Champs Elysées (13 Tour de France won), Fausto Pinarello always follows the same ritual: he prepares the Yellow Bike at the very last time, when he’s almost 100% sure to win the Grande Boucle. Once again it all started on Friday evening. After a crucial hill stage, the frame painters started working on Chris Froome’s Yellow Dogma F10, size 56. Before the frame was secretly shipped to Paris on Saturday morning, FP added a final touch to thank personally Chris for this extraordinary fourth victory. This frame will certainly remain as a part of the cycling history.