Froome, who suffered a horrible accident last year and returned to racing in February, said he was focused on winning his fifth Tour title with the team.
Tour de France champion Egan Bernal's Team Ineos withdraws from all races over next three weeks amid coronavirus outbreak
Ineos riders had been scheduled to compete at six races before 23 March, including the prestigious Strade Bianche, the week-long Paris-Nice and the famed one-day classic Milan-San Remo. Bernal was set to defend his Paris-Nice title from 8 March
Team Sky to be renamed Team Ineos in May after takeover by Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe is confirmed
Team Sky has secured the backing of Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe and will begin racing as Team Ineos in May, the cycling team announced.
The outfit will operate for the last season as Team Sky in 2019 and could continue under a different name if a new backer is found, a Sky statement said.
Tour de France: Chris Froome's race almost ends as policeman knocks him off bike after mistaking him for fan
Froome had put on his rainjacket and was cycling back to the Team Sky bus when a policeman on the side of the road mistakenly took him for a cycling fan. He tried to get Froome to stop and in the confusion Froome crashed.
Tour de France: From training methods to expensive technology, understanding factors behind Team Sky’s rise
Having seen Team Sky’s dominance since the start of the 2018 Tour de France, we take a look at the factors which have made Team Sky such a formidable force in a short span of time
Tour de France 2018: Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford criticises organisers for failing to prevent 'intimidating' abuse of British riders
Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome were on the receiving end of verbal abuse from fans, with Froome getting spat at and Thomas being booed off the podium in Alpe d'Huez.
Tour de France 2018: With favourites crashing out, Geraint Thomas and Team Sky continue march towards title
Stages 10, 11 and 12 created the intended havoc, upsetting many race favourites leading Team Sky to emerge all-powerful with their riders occupying the top two places.
British cycling great Bradley Wiggins refutes doping allegations after lawmakers accuse him in drugs report
Russian computer hackers revealed three years ago that Wiggins had applied for therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs), which allowed riders to have injections of otherwise banned drugs.
Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome said he had "unfinished business" with the Vuelta a Espana after Team Sky unveiled their line-up for this year's race