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As Chris Froome recaptures yellow at the Tour de France, Fabio Aru hasn’t lost hope

No one expected Chris Froome to attempt to wrestle back the yellow jersey from Fabio Aru on Saturday — not even the Team Sky superstar, who lost the general classification lead Thursday, after uncharacteristically running out of gas on the final ascent. “I never thought I’d get the jersey back on a stage like today,” Froome […]
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