Sunday July 24th, 2016

Stage 21Chantilly / Paris Champs-Élysées

Start 16h35 (Local time)

Nairo Quintana: "I've had physical problems"

interview24.07.2016Stage 21- Chantilly / Paris Champs-Élysées

“I've done the Tour three times and the podium three times. I can only be happy. After so many kilometers, so much work, to be on the podium is gratifying and always a success. Froome was untouchable and much superior on this Tour. Team Sky has always raced at a high level. They have riders of a big potential and they know how to race as a team. I'm disappointed to not have been able to create more of spectacle. Some of my physique has gone missing. I've suffered from allergies. It takes many years to reach the pinnacle but if I keep trying and working, I'll make it. I'll keep chasing my yellow dream. My family is my support. They make me stronger. Without them, I wouldn't do a thing. I won't take part in the Olympic Games. I want to recover and be ready for the Vuelta a España to give emotions and animate the race.”

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