Tour de France disappointment will boost Britain at Tokyo Olympics, says Brammeier – .

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Tour de France disappointment will boost Britain at Tokyo Olympics, says Brammeier – .


Great Britain’s men’s coach Matt Brammeier believes his squad of four for the Tokyo Olympics will be energized and highly motivated after a hugely disappointing Tour de France. Three members of the men’s road racing team started the Tour de France almost four weeks ago with Geraint Thomas, Tao Geoghegan Hart and Simon Yates who all arrived in Brest with big ambitions.

Thomas’ hopes of winning a second Tour de France effectively ended in Stage 3 when he crashed and dislocated his shoulder. He lost time almost daily and rode in Richard Carapaz’s services for most of the race, while Geoghegan Hart lost time in the first week and, like Thomas, rode as a mountain servant for a while. much of the race.

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