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Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau/File Photo
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau/File Photo
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race - The 103-km Stage 21 from Montgeron to Paris Champs-Elysees, France - July 23, 2017 - Team Sky rider and yellow jersey Chris Froome of Britain is seen before the start. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race - The 103-km Stage 21 from Montgeron to Paris Champs-Elysees, France - July 23, 2017 - Team Sky rider and yellow jersey Chris Froome of Britain is seen before the start. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race - The 103-km Stage 21 from Montgeron to Paris Champs-Elysees, France - July 23, 2017 - Team Sky rider and yellow jersey Chris Froome of Britain is seen before the start. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race - The 103-km Stage 21 from Montgeron to Paris Champs-Elysees, France - July 23, 2017 - Team Sky rider and yellow jersey Chris Froome of Britain is seen before the start. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race - The 22.5-km individual time trial Stage 20 from Marseille to Marseille, France - July 22, 2017 - Team Sky rider and yellow jersey Chris Froome of Britain on the finish line. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Files
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race - The 22.5-km individual time trial Stage 20 from Marseille to Marseille, France - July 22, 2017 - Team Sky rider and yellow jersey Chris Froome of Britain on the finish line. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Files
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race - The 179.5-km Stage 18 from Briancon to Izoard, France - July 20, 2017 - Team Sky rider and yellow jersey Chris Froome of Britain before the start. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Files
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race
Cycling - The 104th Tour de France cycling race - The 179.5-km Stage 18 from Briancon to Izoard, France - July 20, 2017 - Team Sky rider and yellow jersey Chris Froome of Britain before the start. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Files
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO - Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France
FILE PHOTO - Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with the Golden bike trophy he received during the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with the Golden bike trophy he received during the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with the Golden bike trophy he received during the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
The peloton in action at 207.5 km Stage 4 from Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg to Vittel, France, during the 104th Tour de France cycling race in France, July 4, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/File Photo SEARCH "POY SPORT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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The peloton in action at 207.5 km Stage 4 from Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg to Vittel, France, during the 104th Tour de France cycling race in France, July 4, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/File Photo SEARCH "POY SPORT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the finish line after the final 20th stage of the 99th Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Wiggins of Britain celebrates on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris
FILE PHOTO: Sky Procycling rider and leader's yellow jersey Bradley Wiggins of Britain celebrates with a British national flag on the Champs Elysees after winning the 99th Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme poses in the Alps at the Col des Glieres which will feature on the first mountain stage in the Alps in the 2018 edition of the cycling event, near Le Petit-Bornand-les-Glieres, France, September 29, 2017. Picture taken September 29, 2017. REUTERS/Julien Pretot
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme poses in the Alps at the Col des Glieres which will feature on the first mountain stage in the Alps in the 2018 edition of the cycling event
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme poses in the Alps at the Col des Glieres which will feature on the first mountain stage in the Alps in the 2018 edition of the cycling event, near Le Petit-Bornand-les-Glieres, France, September 29, 2017. Picture taken September 29, 2017. REUTERS/Julien Pretot
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme poses in the Alps at the Col des Glieres which will feature on the first mountain stage in the Alps in the 2018 edition of the cycling event, near Le Petit-Bornand-les-Glieres, France, September 29, 2017. Picture taken September 29, 2017. REUTERS/Julien Pretot
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme poses in the Alps at the Col des Glieres which will feature on the first mountain stage in the Alps in the 2018 edition of the cycling event
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme poses in the Alps at the Col des Glieres which will feature on the first mountain stage in the Alps in the 2018 edition of the cycling event, near Le Petit-Bornand-les-Glieres, France, September 29, 2017. Picture taken September 29, 2017. REUTERS/Julien Pretot
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme poses in the Alps at the Col des Glieres which will feature on the first mountain stage in the Alps in the 2018 edition of the cycling event, near Le Petit-Bornand-les-Glieres, France, September 29, 2017. Picture taken September 29, 2017. REUTERS/Julien Pretot
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme poses in the Alps at the Col des Glieres which will feature on the first mountain stage in the Alps in the 2018 edition of the cycling event
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme poses in the Alps at the Col des Glieres which will feature on the first mountain stage in the Alps in the 2018 edition of the cycling event, near Le Petit-Bornand-les-Glieres, France, September 29, 2017. Picture taken September 29, 2017. REUTERS/Julien Pretot
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with the Golden bike trophy he received during the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with the Golden bike trophy he received during the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with the Golden bike trophy he received during the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Rider Arnaud Demare points at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Rider Arnaud Demare points at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris
Rider Arnaud Demare points at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain (C) and Warren Barguil (L) look at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain and Warren Barguil look at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain (C) and Warren Barguil (L) look at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain (R) and rider Warren Barguil look at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain and rider Warren Barguil look at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain (R) and rider Warren Barguil look at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Rider Warren Barguil points at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Rider Warren Barguil points at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris
Rider Warren Barguil points at the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Rider Alberto Contador arrives at the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Rider Alberto Contador arrives at the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris
Rider Alberto Contador arrives at the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France riders pose in front of the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France riders pose in front of the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris
Tour de France riders pose in front of the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
L to R: Riders Romain Bardet, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana attend a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Riders Romain Bardet, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana attend a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris in Paris
L to R: Riders Romain Bardet, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana attend a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France riders pose in front of the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France riders pose in front of the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris
Tour de France riders pose in front of the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Five time Tour de France winner Bernard Hinault attends the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Five time Tour de France winner Bernard Hinault attends the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris
Five time Tour de France winner Bernard Hinault attends the presentation of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
L to R: Riders Romain Bardet, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana attend a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Riders Romain Bardet, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana attend a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris in Paris
L to R: Riders Romain Bardet, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana attend a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
L to R: Riders Romain Bardet, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana attend a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Riders Romain Bardet, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana attend a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris in Paris
L to R: Riders Romain Bardet, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana attend a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme speaks during a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme speaks during a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme speaks during a news conference to announce the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme speaks in front of the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme speaks in front of the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme speaks in front of the map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France
Tour de France 2017 winner Chris Froome of Britain poses with map of the itinerary of the 2018 Tour de France cycling race during a news conference in Paris, France, October 17, 2017. The world's greatest cycling event will start from Noirmoutier-en-L'Ile on July 7 and will finish at the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau

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