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Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome has revealed his recovery from last year's horrific accident is nearly complete as he prepares for when competition resumes after the coronavirus pandemic.
13 Apr 2020 - 12:47 PM  UPDATED 14 Apr 2020 - 4:10 PM

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Speaking during a Team Ineos virtual race on Monday (AEST), Froome described his recovery as "going really well" as he waits out the coronavirus lockdown at home in France.

"I'd go as far as saying it's pretty much complete," the 34-year-old British rider said.

"I am still doing some exercises off the bike just to strengthen that right side that was injured but I'm back to normal training loads again."

Froome spent more than three weeks in hospital after breaking his neck, femur, elbow, hip and ribs when he crashed into a wall at high speed while training for the Criterium du Dauphin last June.

The accident happened when he took his hands off the handlebar to blow his nose and was hit by a gust of wind. 

He returned to competition in February at the UAE Tour, a race that was cut short by the coronavirus.

Since returning home, Froome said life had revolved around family and training.

"Staying really busy with the kids every day and doing as much training as I can on the turbo trainer (stationary bike) and a lot of gym work as well," he said.

"We're all driving each other mental but getting through it."