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Froome talks for the first time, but says not really. “Nobody wants to be faster clarity than I do.”

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For the start of the Ruta del Sol, responded the Brit Chris Froome for the first time since mid-december on the hoopla around his abnormal salbutamoltest. “Nobody wants to be faster clarity than I do. I’m not asking for the benefit of the doubt, I just ask for a fair trial.”

After the eighteenth stage of the Vuelta and there was a high dose of salbutamol found in Chris Froome. A lot of riders and UCI boss David Lappartient called Team Sky for Froome to provisionally suspend. “The investigation is ongoing and that is confidential. I know that I have anything wrong I have done. Further, may I say. A lot of other riders and athletes have been through this process have gone. I’m not asking for the benefit of the doubt, I just ask for a fair trial.”

How long the study will last could Froome not to say. “No one wants faster results than I am.” Froome will start as the big favourite in the Ruta del Sol and is also ambitious for the rest of the season, though he says that he hard has had. “I have a difficult winter behind the back. But I have a lot of training and with the Giro and the Tour on the program, I am ambitious for 2018.”

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