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Chris Froome: “I hope to keep the yellow jersey until the time trial”

interview16.07.2017Stage 15- Laissac-Sévérac l'Église / Le Puy-en-Velay

“I broke a spoke coming into the bottom of the last climb. My wheel wasn't straight anymore so I think it was a broken spoke but I'm not sure. I'm grateful I was able to come across because it was a critical moment. Thanks to my team mates who helped me, I save myself. Many people were happy to distance Nairo Quintana. We still have difficult roads ahead of us, especially in the Alps. I've had a difficult day in the Pyrenees but I feel much better now. I hope to keep the yellow jersey until the time trial in Marseille. But I expect some more aggressive racing in the Alps. We knew it would be tight on GC because of very few summit finishes and very time trials but I'm very grateful that I'm on the right side of the time split. I prefer to be ahead on GC at this point than having to make up time.”

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