Tour de france 2017 aru

Tour de France 2017: Britain's Chris Froome takes the yellow jersey as Fabio Aru wins stage five

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Fabio Aru Astana avoided any problems on the testing stage through the Massif Central to Le Puy-en-Velay , helping him overcome the disappointment of losing the yellow jersey in Rodez and giving time to focus on the decisive stages in the Alps which will reveal if he can topple Chris Froome and win the Tour de France. Aru smiled broadly at the start of the stage and again at the finish, despite the aggressive day of racing produced by Romain Bardet's AG2R-La Mondiale squad. Aru finished with Froome and his other overall rivals, with only Dan Martin Quick-Step Floors managing to escape and gain 14 seconds. The Sardinian remains just 18 seconds down on Froome, with Bardet third at 23 seconds and Rigoberto Uran Cannondale-Drapac fourth at 29 seconds. A Tour de France has never been so close as the riders enjoy the final rest day with just six stages left to race. Despite his disappointment of Rodez , Aru knows he has never had and perhaps never will have a better chance of winning the Tour de France.

One-day races and Classics. He hails from San Gavino Monreale in Sardinia , and is known for his climbing ability which has made him a favorite for the Grand Tours. He is known as " The Knight of the four Moors " which is a homage to his native island of Sardinia. He is also a former Italian National Road Race champion having won the race in Alongside his stage wins, Aru has also worn the race leader's jersey in all three Grand Tours. His best finish at the Tour de France came in where he was 5th.

Tour de France 2017: Christopher Froome takes yellow jersey as Fabio Aru wins fifth stage

Last kilometer - Stage 12 - Tour de France 2017

Fabio Aru (Astana) attacked the Tour de France overall classification contenders on Fabio Aru wins Tour de France stage five (Sunada).
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