Chris Froome vows he's done nothing wrong amid doping row

By Daily MailOnline
2018.02.14. 15:33
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Chris Froome insists he has 'done nothing wrong' and has defended his decision to return to racing at the Ruta del Sol.

The four-time Tour de France winner is fighting to prove his innocence....



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