• Chris Froome will aim to convince the doubters on 3 December (Getty) (Getty Images)Source: Getty Images
Tour de France champion Chris Froome has said data from physiological tests taken earlier this year will be published on 3 December by men’s magazine Esquire UK.
Cycling Central
9 Nov 2015 - 9:05 AM  UPDATED 9 Nov 2015 - 9:13 AM

Froome followed up his 2013 Tour win with another victory in July for Team Sky, but was forced to endure another round of media speculation and fan abuse during the race. 

He made the announcement via Twitter on Saturday while checking out the road and time trial routes for next year’s Rio Olympic Games.

The release of the interpreted data is an effort from the Kenyan born Briton to silence those critics.

Froome said sports scientists had completed analysis of tests done when he was a member of the International Cycling Union-funded World Cycling Centre in 2007 and those done at the GSK Human Performance Lab in August.

Froome hits the lab to convince the doubters
Tour de France winner Chris Froome began a series of physiological tests on Monday designed to prove his achievements should not attract suspicion.