Froome sealed his place as one of cycling’s all-time greats
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Britain's Chris Froome won his third Tour de France Sunday to confirm his status as one of the all-time greats on the world's most grueling race.Froome finished with an almost three-minute advantage over Frenchman Romain Bardet with Nairo Quintana, the runner-up in 2013 and 2015, third.Froome won two stages during the race, taking his personal haul to seven in what was his most dominant performance yet.Britain won a third of the Tour stages, seven in total, with Stephen Cummings claiming a stage for he second year in a row.It might have been Froome's Tour but Peter Sagan was also a shining light. The world champion won three stages, claimed the green points jersey for the fifth year in a row and was also named the race's most combative rider.
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