Strength in depth Team Ineos's saving grace after loss of Chris Froome for Tour de France

The British team's ability to attract talented riders from different generations means not everything is lost for the Tour after Chris Froome's injury

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Team Ineos may not have to make drastic changes to its potential Tour de France line-up in the absence of injured four-time champion Chris Froome such is its strength in depth.

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Sophie Smith is an Australian journalist, broadcaster and author of Pain & Privilege: Inside Le Tour. She follows the WorldTour circuit, working for British, Australian and US press, and has covered 10 Tours de France.