Froome answers his critics

Chris Froome talks to the Guardian about the Tour de France 3013

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05 Chris Froome at the TDF 2013 launch © Simon MacMichael

In a video interview on The Guardian, Chris Froome has said that he believes cycling is now “one of the cleanest sports, if not the cleanest” because of the testing, whereabouts controls and biological passport that riders are now subject to.

Froome explained that he has to log in to a website every day to let anti-doping authorities know where he is, so that he could be tested at any time, and that his blood is sampled “almost every month” so that it can be monitored for signs of cheating.

As well as the pressure of competing for the victory at the Tour de france, Froome and Team Sky had to handle constant questions about doping.

“Not only were we thinking abot the race and the challenges that presented but also that aspect off the bike of having to…

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