Chris Froome best placed to come out on top in windy Tour de France TT

Team Sky sports director Servais Knaven believes Chris Froome will perform the best of all the GC contenders in the stage 13 time trial

Chris Froome in action during the Stage 1B Individual Time Trial of the 2015 Tour of Andalucia Ruta Del Sol

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Chris Froome won’t suffer as much as some of the other GC contenders in the windy conditions of the Tour de France stage 13 time trial, says Team Sky sports director Servais Knaven.

Time trial specialists like Rohan Dennis who have already taken to the course and warned about how important wheel choice will be for those light GC riders. But Knaven says it won’t be a problem for race leader Froome, particularly as it will make the course climbs harder.

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