Froome is the first Briton to win the Tour twice. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)
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Briton Chris Froome won his second Tour de France title in three years Sunday to enhance his growing reputation as a grand tour specialist. It was Team Sky's third Tour triumph in four years after Bradley Wiggins prevailed in 2012 before Froome succeeded him in 2013 .Froome, who crashed out of the race last year, also relegated Quintana to second place in 2013 and their rivalry could develop into a classic one.Slovakian Peter Sagan, who took five second places but failed to win a stage, secured a fourth consecutive green jersey for the points classification.
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