Extract from Daniel Pelc’s article “What It Takes to Win the Tour DE France (And E-Discovery)”
The times, they are a changin’. The four-time winner of the Tour de France is out of contention. Chris Froome, who was heir apparent to a fifth Tour victory, will not be in the lead position for Team Sky (now Team Ineos) in 2019 after a horrific injury on a ride. One way or another, a new dynasty may begin.
In a few short days, 3.5 billion people around the globe will tune in to see the Tour de France—one of the biggest sporting events on the planet—as a new winner is crowned under the iconic Tour banner.