Chris Froome continues to recover. The INEOS cyclist has shared a photograph of one of the 'memories' he keeps of the Deuphiné Criterium: the nails that They have taken him from the hip and elbow.
The fall he suffered at the Dauphiné last June cost him his participation in the Tour. The cyclist hit a wall at high speed and, after the event, the manager of the Ineos confirmed that a surgical intervention was necessary to reduce the multiple tears he had suffered.
"It's amazing that I can get back on the bike after all my injuries"
Froome himself was surprised to be able to run again after so many interventions during his interview for Carousel Sports. "It's amazing that I can go back to the bike later of all the injuries I've had. Getting back on the bike is an incredible feeling, "he said.
"I still have an operation, I have a plaque on my hip that has to be removed in the next few weeks. I am aware of that and have some metal removed from my elbow. The recovery is going well and I hope to run in good condition in February next season, "said 'the white Kenyan.'