Froome wins the tour de france.

Chris Froome was all smiles as he crossed the finish line to all but seal his third Tour de France title
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Chris Froome will be handed his third yellow jersey on Sunday evening when the Kenya-born Briton rides into Paris alongside his Sky team-mates after finishing a tricky final mountain stage safely on Saturday afternoon.

Froome took the lead in the world’s biggest bike race on the second Saturday of the race and has rarely looked in danger of losing his maillot jaune, the leader’s yellow jersey, despite a few scares along the way.

After winning the race in 2013 and 2105, the 31 year-old will, barring an unprecedented disaster, become the first rider since Miguel Indurain in 1995 to win three Tours de France.

Froome joins Philippe Thys, Louison Bobet and Greg LeMond with three titles, and will now be hoping to win two more titles in the coming year to join greats of the sport Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault, Jacques Anquetil and Indurain who each have five titles.

todays stage is just a proccesion, yaani kusindikiza mshindi

@aviator njoo for your final lesson.
Penny Farthing bike
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The penny-farthing, also known as a high wheel, high wheeler and ordinary, is a type ofbicycle with a large front wheel and a much smaller rear wheel. It was popular after theboneshaker until the development of the safety bicycle in the 1880s.[1] It was the first machine to be called a “bicycle”.[2]

Although the name “penny-farthing” is now the most common, it was probably not used until the machines were nearly outdated; the first recorded print reference is from 1891 in Bicycling News.[3]It comes from the British penny and farthing coins, one much larger than the other, so that the side view resembles a penny leading a farthing.[4] For most of their reign, they were simply known as “bicycles”. In the late 1890s, the name “ordinary” began to be used, to distinguish them from the emerging safety bicycles;[5] this term and “hi-wheel” (and variants) are preferred by many modern enthusiasts.[6][7]
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ata hua zina race,
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have never ridden one but i would love to

well, congratulations to the kenyan…[SIZE=1]there are some things paperwork can never change; such as one’s place of birth…[/SIZE]

2013 he came to ukunda to celebrate his win, we shall be waiting for him this yr too.

[ATTACH=full]49694[/ATTACH] Congratulations! And to the wife too for cheering him all through…

What happened to all the records set by Louis Armstrong or they were scrapped off the history books?

*edited *‘Lance Armstrong.’

Lance Armstrong lost all 7 titles due to his doping.

Blame our corrupt incompetent officials. Saa hizi angekuwa anafly high na kenyan flag

One Mwangi Kamaliza

le last stage of le tour de france imeanza, leo ni kuzunguka paris mara nane, @Mkufuu @Gio @aviator @kingolonde @Breizh njooni hapa.
watching via ses5 satellite fta over all of africa
hope our local boy Froome dont crash. this race is already won. today is a walk in the park.
@Deorro you are also invited to the party

Congratulations to Froome for a well deserved win. That thing required determination to finish, leave alone win.

Asanda ES, congrats to Froome

Kama unaangalia cheki vile kimeumana sasa, flat stage speed over 45 km/h
Sprinters have a field day

Leo nilikuwa out na Siz. Ndio kurudi kwa keja

For us it is important that Greipel won the last stage - congrats to him!

am happy for him, he is a great sprinter but he is getting old

@aviator name all this guys who won in their categories
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we taught you about all this jerseys during the tour

Congratulations to Chris Froome on his third Le Tour de France victory. We’re all looking forward to the Vuelta a España and the Olympics as this summer of cycling continues.
Thank you for keeping it here during the tour, God willing The ktalk cheki maneno team will keep you updated on the upcoming races but none beats the tour de france, even the olympics cant come close.

He chose to be British so sijui nini mnalalamika corruption hapa. He sold out just like those nandi Arabs we have in Qatar etc… Anyway congratulations are in order