This Sunday sees the finish of the 100th Tour de France, and following last years success we’re all crossing our fingers for our second British win from Chris Froome. Cycling the last 11 stages donning the yellow jersey, regardless of a puncture on day one and time penalty yesterday, the talented 27 year old has given us a fantastic follow on from Bradley Wiggins’ win last year.
Despite the media questioning his abilities at every stage of the tour the talented cyclist has defended his skills on the bike and fought off allegations of foul play.
With the weather forecast threatening rain this weekend and two stages to go, the race is far from over. Froome sits first in the general classification and with a current advantage of over 5 minutes, would have to have a really bad stage to lose grip of the prestigious title now.