"It's a big moment. My joy is enormous, for me and for the team but I'm yet to realize what happened. I had mixed feelings after the Dauphiné and everything went well here. I've changed a few things. In previous years, I left the Tour with some frustrations but there's nothing like that today. I only have to enjoy the moment. I found the podium ceremony very impressive in 2014 for the teams' classification and also for the super combative prize last year. This result is above the others. I take it as an encouragement.”
Romain Bardet: "No frustration, I only have to enjoy"
interview24.07.2016Stage 21- Chantilly / Paris Champs-Élysées
Like last year, André Greipel won the prestigious conclusive stage on the Champs-Elysées as he outsprinted Peter Sagan and Alexander Kristoff. This is the first win of the German national champion at the Tour de France this year and his eleventh in total. Chris Froome won his third Tour de France after 2013 and 2015 to rejoin Philippe Thys, Louison Bobet and Greg LeMond in the record books one line below five-time winners Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault and Miguel...
“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...
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Jersey wearers after the stage 2
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