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Tour de France 2017: Romain Bardet wants more 'respect' for Chris Froome

BBC News Monday, 17 July 2017 ()
Tour de France 2017: Romain Bardet wants more 'respect' for Chris FroomeFrench rider Romain Bardet wants his country's fans to show Tour de France rival Chris Froome more respect.
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