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Chris Froome still feels 'quite young in cycling years' and will keep on pushing for a record number Tour de France titles until his body finally fails him. He is now one shy of the all-time record. MailOnline
Froome, 32, created history by becoming the first Briton to win the Tour de France for the fourth time but as cycling fans celebrate - it may not be long until another Froome toasts victory. MailOnline
Chris Froome may have been in the mood to celebrate following his fourth Tour de France triumph on Sunday but he still found time to play matchmaker between two cycling fans. MailOnline Also reported by •Telegraph.co.uk
Chris Froome became the first ever Briton to win the Tour de France for the fourth time as he rode into Paris. Here we look at the making of a cycling superstar and what makes him an unstoppable force. MailOnline
MATT LAWTON: Team Sky bosses are looking to dominate cycling for another seven years after Chris Froome revealed his intention to make history by contesting the Tour de France into his late 30s. MailOnline