Froome is feeling ready for the final week of the race.
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Nairo Quintana is expected to be at his best for the final week of the Tour de France, which feature four stages in the Alps, but Chris Froome says he has never been better going into a grand tour decider.Quintana was on the attack twice in the Ventoux stage last week, but he was quickly reined in by Froome's teammates, which made the Movistar rider look pretty much toothless.Last year, Froome entered the final week with a 3:10 lead over Quintana, and the Colombian threatened a comeback in the final mountain stage to l'Alpe d'Huez, but it was too little, too late.
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