Agence France-PresseJuly 22, 2013 06:34
Kenya, birthplace of Tour de France winner Chris Froome, celebrated his victory on Monday but expressed regret he chose to fly a British and not Kenyan flag on the podium.
"Why did we let him go? Now the glory goes to UK," wrote Allan Buluku in Kenya's Daily Nation newspaper.
"But no matter, he has done Kenya proud. Congratulations Froome, we salute you."
Froome, 28, became Britain's second successive winner of the prestigious race when he crossed the finishing line in Paris on Sunday, following Bradley Wiggins' success 12 months earlier.