Crash puts dent in Froome's tour double-header chances

Javier Lizonaap

CHRIS Froome's hopes of becoming just the third man to win the Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana were dealt a near-fatal blow after he crashed early on stage 11, taken out by Spain's Mikel Landa. 

The Brit finished the day more than seven minutes behind the leader, Italy's Fabio Aru.


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