Froome: "It seems like you can win a spin in bed"

The British Chris Froome, who is still recovering from his serious fall in the Dauphiné, had a curious dialogue on social networks with Bauke Mollema.


Chris Froome continues to improve after his terrible fall in the Dauphiné. On June 12, the Briton went to the ground recognizing the time trial scheduled for that day and said goodbye to the season with fractures of the femur, elbow and ribs, among other injuries, which forced him to pass through the UCI. Now, continue with your recovery. Of course, you will still be away from the roads for a long time. "Working on my patience", tweeted from the bed.

Bauke Mollema yes that will be in the Tour de France. It will be the ninth participation of the Trek runner in the round gala, with Richie Porte, theoretically, as head of ranks. He also sent a message on social networks from the bed. "The last Dutch winner of the Tour de France, Joop Zoetemelk (1980), always said that the Tour was won in bed, therefore, from here I am relaxed preparing the race". Froome surprised with the response to this message: "Well, apparently it is true that you can win a Tour from the bed" .

The British message is related to the Vuelta 2011 and Juanjo Cobo. The Spaniard, winner of the Tour of that year, was recently disqualified (just one day after the fall of Froome) of that race for anomalies in the biological passport. The second in that edition was Chris Froome so the title, in the absence of confirmation, would go to his palmares. Precisely, Mollema finished fourth in that Vuelta, reason why after the sanction to Cobo it would raise to the third drawer, which supposes the first podium in a big one of its trajectory.



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