Chris Froome suggests Sutton doping insinuation down to Wiggins rivalry

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Chris Froome and Bradley Wiggins at the 2011 Tour de France (Image credit: Getty Images)

Chris Froome has suggested insinuations of doping made by former Team Sky coach Shane Sutton – which now include concerns over his power and heart rate data – could be due to his rivalry with Bradley Wiggins

Sutton raised concerns over Froome's activity with another former team coach, Bobby Julich, in 2012. They were first revealed at Richard Freeman's medical tribunal last year, and elaborated upon in this week's Mail on Sunday newspaper. 

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