Four-time winner Chris Froome is returning to the Tour de France as a support rider.
He will try to help Canadian rider Michael Woods win for their Israel Start-Up Nation team.
"Although my ambitions this year won't be as leader, I hope to add my experience and support to the team as best I can as road captain," Froome said in a statement on the team website on Tuesday.
The British rider won the Tour in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017, but missed the past two races after a career-threatening crash. He broke a femur, elbow and ribs in June 2019 after hitting a wall while training at the Criterium du Dauphine.
"After two years away from the Tour de France, I can't wait to get back," Froome said. "It has been an arduous journey since my crash, but this has been one of my biggest motivations."
In the Criterium du Dauphine this month, Froome was 47th, 41 minutes off the pace, and 36 minutes behind leading teammate Ben Hermans.
The Tour starts in Brest on June 26 and ends on July 18.
Froome is a seven-time Grand Tour winner having also won the Spanish Vuelta in 2011 and 2017 and the Giro d'Italia in 2018.