Sport news site sport.co.uk to follow Chris Froome who looks ready for win in 100th Tour de France

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Digital Sports Group today announced they are expanding the coverage of the sport.co.uk website to include unparalleled coverage of the Tour de France as Chris Froome cycles to glory.

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There is no doubting the talent and ambition of this young cyclist who could become one of the greatest ever.

Even after the injury to Sir Bradley Wiggins, UK interest in the Tour shows no sign of waning as the hot favourite to win this year is fellow Brit and Team Sky teammate Chris Froome. DSG say they will be following the British cyclist through all twenty one stages of this years Tour which starts on June 29th in Porto-Vecchio and finishes on the 21st July in Paris at the Champs-Elysees.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say: “The Tour de France is probably the biggest sporting event in mainland Europe and it’s popularity in Britiain has grown massively with the growth in popularity of Cycling as a mode of transport and also the huge sporting success of Cyclists in the Olympics and Tour de France in recent years. Chris Froome was always going to be better suited to the 2013 route than Wiggins and so was always going to have the best chance of success for Team Sky and Britain. Chris Froome is an unbelievably talented rider and will become a superstar of the sport. This is his time and we will be there to follow and support him at every stage.”

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that following the Chris Froome as he takes on the world will cement his name in history. “There is no doubting the talent and ambition of this young cyclist who could become one of the greatest ever. We will be putting the fan into the action of the peloton with Chris Froome with news, stats, features and video on sport.co.uk.”

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.

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