Cycling Prodigy Remco Evenepoel is overthrown in the tour of Lombardy on Saturday difficult. The 20-year-old Belgian collided in the case of a departure with a small wall, rolled over and apparently fell down a slope. Accurate information about his health condition were not available initially. His Team Deceuninck-Quick-Step wrote on Twitter, Evenepoel will in the care of Doctors and an ambulance to the hospital. His Team, according to the Evenepoel was brought in connection with an ambulance to a hospital in the destination of Como. He
be conscious, and continue to be investigated. In his home country, the young star is already being compared to the Cycling icon Eddy Merckx, he last won the tour of Poland.
For a terrible moment, a collision of the German champion Maximilian chess, man made in addition, just before the finish with a car that was on the track nothing. The 26-Year-old from the Team Bora-hansgrohe was able to rise to the collision back on his bike and to bring about the end of the journey, he was at the end of the Seventh with 4:31 minutes behind. Winner after 231 km, Dane Jakob Fuglsang (Astana Pro Team) was in 5:23:54 hours.
in the beginning of August it was in the case of Poland-to come to tour several serious Falls. In the final sprint of the first stage of the low countries, Fabio Jakobsen (Deceuninck-Quick Step) from the lottery was-Soudal rider Dylan Groenewegen pressed into the shut-off grid. Jakobsen was after his fall two days in an artificial coma. Patrick Lefevere, Manager of Deceuninck-Quick Step, described the accident as "criminal". Two days after the Jakobsens fall tour, the French rider Mickael Delage Team Groupama-FDJ accident, also in Poland. Delage had to be flown by rescue helicopter to a hospital.
Kämna stage win at the Dauphiné-tour
After the injury-related exit of the German Tour-hope Emanuel Buchmann, has won a professional cyclist Lennard Kämna in the Dauphiné, the tour of the so far greatest success of his career. The 23-Year-old from the Buchmann-Team Bora-hansgrohe won on Saturday the fourth stage with the comfortable margin of 41 seconds ahead of Spaniard David de la Cruz and Julian Alaphilippe (France/0:56 seconds back).Updated Date: 15 August 2020, 13:19