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"That's nuts," Froome said, "especially seeing as the data in question is over two years old. "I've pointed out when I've felt there hasn't been enough testing, in places like Tenerife [where Sky have their pre-Tour altitude training camps]. " Asked whether he was bothered by the constant scepticism, Froome added: "It's not difficult for me to stay cool. "I do understand where the questions are coming from; the history of the sport and the people before me who have won the Tour.
It would be a different story if I had something to hide. I know I've worked extremely hard to be in this position. "I am sympathetic, but at the same time there needs to be a certainlevel of respect also. I'm not going to let anyone take that away from me." It is understood that Froome plans to submit himself to a full physiological test in the wake of the Tour in an effort to demystify his performance data.
The 2013 Tour de France champion insisted on Tuesday night that he had "nothing to hide" after doubts were raised following a sensational victory in the first mountain stage of the race to La Pierre-Saint-Martin. "The more things change, the more they stay the same! Flanked by his team mates Geraint Thomas, Richie Porte and Wout Poels, Froome, who was already under fierce scrutiny following the publication of 'hacked' performance data on Monday night, dropped his general classification rivals one by one on the 15.3km climb up to La Pierre-Saint-Martin in the Pyrenees.
Lance Armstrong, the disgraced former champion who was stripped of all seven of Tour his titles for doping, was among the first to react to Froome's performance, although the American cautioned that he did not know whether he could or could not believe in what he was seeing. His final kick to drop Nairo Quintana [Movistar] at 6.8km was decisive and the Kenyan-born Briton streaked away to win by 59 seconds from his team mate Porte, who passed Quintana in the final moments.
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