The margin of victory was stunning: four minutes and twenty seconds. The style was breathtaking: three stage wins, including a mesmerizing climb on the iconic Mont Ventoux. But the full story behind Chris Froome and his unforgettable triumph at the 100th Tour de France in 2013, which culminated under the lights of the Champs-Elysees, is even more remarkable.
Chris Froome runs for the top of Mont Ventoux during stage 12 at the Tour de France after the infamous camera bike crash after his bike frame was broken. Rather than waiting for a spare bike Froome ran part of the way, stage 12 TdF 2016.