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Chris Froome

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Chris Froome

Revised: June 2015

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Nairobi, Kenya
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About Chris

Chris Froome joined the British Cycling Olympic Podium Programme in 2011, signing with Team Sky in the same year after a promising stint with Team Barloworld.

The Kenyan-born Brit went on to finish second overall in the 2011 Vuelta a Espana, before playing an integral role in delivering Mark Cavendish to the UCI Road World Championships title in Copenhagen as part of a nine-man Great Britain squad.  

2012 saw Froome finish fourth in the Criterium du Dauphine before finishing second behind Sir Bradley Wiggins in the Tour de France.

Froome went on to win bronze in the time-trial at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

2013 saw Froome take overall victories at the Tour of Oman, Criterium International, Tour de Romandie and Criterium du Dauphine before taking victory in the Tour de France, a second successive win for a British rider.

Froome won the 2014 Tour of Oman and Tour de Romandie and began the Tour de France on British roads as one of the favourites. But a crash on stage four from Le Touquet to Lille caused a wrist injury which forced the rider to withdraw from the race on stage five from Ypres to Arenberg.

So far in 2015, Froome has taken the overall victories in the Vuelta a Andalucia and the prestigious Criterium du Dauphine.

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Selected Career Highlights to Date


Vuelta a Andalucia

1st Overall, 1st Points classification, 1st Stage 4

Criterium du Daupine

1st Overall, 1st Stages 7 & 8

Tour de Romandie

3rd Overall


Tour of Oman (Oman)

1st overall, 1st stage 5

Tour de Romandie (Switzerland)

1st overall, 1st stage 5


Tour of Oman

1st overall, 1st points classification, 1st stage 5

Criterium International (France)

1st overall, 1st stage 3

Tour de Romandie (Switzerland)

1st overall, 1st prologue

Criterium du Dauphine (France)

1st overall, 1st stage 5

Tour de France

1st overall, 1st stages 8, 15 and 17

Tirreno-Adriatico (Italy)

2nd overall, 1st stage 4

UCI Road World Championships, Florence (Italy)

Bronze, Team time-trial


Olympic Games, London (UK)

Bronze, Time-trial

Tour de France

2nd overall, 1st Stage 7

Criterium du Dauphine (France)

4th overall


Vuelta a Espana

2nd overall, 1st Stage 17, 2nd Stage 10

Tour of Beijing (China)

3rd overall, 3rd Stage 3


2016 Supercross Manchester


Team Jersey 15/16