Chris Froome’s future is decided yet still uncertain

Chris Froome is leaving Team Ineos after 11 seasons (Image credit: Bettini Photo)

Thursday morning saw the arrival of news on Chris Froome's future that many had anticipated since the rumours first surfaced in May – he's moving to Israel Start-Up Nation for 2021. But what does the move mean for his chances of adding to his four Tour de France victories, this year and in the future? Procycling breaks down the move and rates his chances.

This article is from the August 2020 edition of Procycling.

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Sophie Hurcom is Procycling’s deputy editor. She joined the magazine in 2017, after working at Cycling Weekly where she started on work experience before becoming a sub editor, and then news and features writer. Prior to that, she graduated from City University London with a Masters degree in magazine journalism. Sophie has since reported from races all over the world, including multiple  Tours de France, where she was thrown in at the deep end by making her race debut in 2014 on the stage that Chris Froome crashed out on the Roubaix cobbles.