Can Quintana Win The Tour?
Procycling|February 2018

It’s not quite now or never for the Colombian in 2018, but time is beginning to run low. Procycling explains why.

Edward Pickering

On February 4th this year, Nairo Quintana turns 28. That is how old Chris Froome was when he won his first Tour.

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