Twitter reacts to Chris Froome's physiological test results

Have you had your say on Chris Froome's data release? Plenty of people have...

Chris Froome at the GSK Human Performance Lab, London (Photo: onEdition)
(Image credit: onEdition)

The world and his wife have had their say on the big news overnight - Chris Froome's numbers from his physiological tests.

Some are saying that it's great that Froome is showing transparency, others are concerned that the tests have proved nothing. Some (God bless Twitter) are going online to make witty comments about the data.

Here are just a few of the tweets that caught our eye on the matter.

Sky Sports's Orla Chennaoui says what we were all thinking when we skimmed through the report late last night...

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Whereas 100 Climbs author Simon Warren has another man on his mind.

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Cycling Weekly's own Dr Hutch, who gave us his thoughts on the data, got this humble brag in.

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While Daniel Friebe summed it all up nicely last night so that we didn't have to read all the details.

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Gavin Hardwicke's main takeaway from the piece was that Froome's bike handling skills are not as good as many think...

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And Neil Hutchins had that sinking feeling that you experience when you discover that you're a long way off being a professional cyclist.

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Stuart Clarke

Stuart Clarke is a News Associates trained journalist who has worked for the likes of the British Olympic Associate, British Rowing and the England and Wales Cricket Board, and of course Cycling Weekly. His work at Cycling Weekly has focused upon professional racing, following the World Tour races and its characters.