Chris Froome Salary

British racing cyclist Chris Froome has net worth of $17.4 million with a salary of $4.7 million. Born in 1985, he is married with Michelle Cound. He also makes a good income through the endorsement deals. Born in 1985, Chris Froome got his graduation at University of Johannesburg. He studied Economics. He was born in Kenya.

Name Christopher Clive Froome
Net Worth $17.4 Million 
Yearly Salary $4.7 Million
Source of Income Professional Road Racing Cyclist
Birth Date May 20, 1985
Birth Place Nairobi, Kenya
Parents Clive Froome and Jane Flatt
Height 1.85 m
Weight 156 lb
Wife Michelle Cound

Chris Froome

He started playing for the first time for the team, Konica Minolta. With more interest in sports, he discontinued his graduation. He has won many competitions and tournaments, of which the prestigious, Tour de France is the remarkable one to say about his talent. Chris Froome has been playing for the Team Sky since, 2010. He is being successful with this team until now.

Chris Froome was the youngest of three children born to Clive and Jane Froome. His father was the former hockey player from England. They later moved to Kenya to own crop farm. It was Chris mother who initiated him to take part in the bicycle race at his age of 13 years. With this, he showed more interest and took part in many tournaments following.Chris Froome was dating Michelle Cound since 2009. In 2013 they got engaged, however, they got married only in 2014. The couple has a child.This renowned British racing cyclist compete Kenya national team in 2008. This made him become a distinguished stage-racing rider.

In 2006, Chris Froome took part in Road World Championship and he competed for Kenya in Under – 23 category, which was held in Austria. At his age of 22, in 2007, Chris Froome competed for Konica Minolta, which is the South African Team. He also participated in Union Cycliste International World Cycling Center team in the same year from Switzerland. While he was riding for WCC, he won Stage 5 in Giro Delle Regioni. In addition to this, he also won Tour of Japan, Stage 6.

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