Alberto Contador open to sharing power data

Tinkoff-Saxo leader Alberto Contador says Chris Froome may have been unfairly treated with the questioning he has been dealing with regarding the legitimacy of his performances

Alberto Contador on stage twelve of the 2015 Tour de France

(Image credit: Watson)

Alberto Contador says he would be willing to follow Team Sky's lead and release his power data but insists the conclusions drawn from such numbers cannot always be believed.

On Tuesday's rest day, Sky's head of athlete performance Tim Kerrison presented data from Froome's climb up the Col du Soudet - the summit finish of stage 10 where he put time into all his rivals - showing he averaged 414w with an average heart rate of 158bpm.

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