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Jonas Vingegaard, Primoz Roglic and Remco Evenepoel injured after a very heavy fall, the video

On the Tour of the Basque Country this Thursday, April 4, three of the future favorites of the Tour de France fell. Jonas Vingegaard seems the hardest hit.

Thunderclap on the Tour of the Basque Country. This Thursday, April 4, a huge fall in the peloton put the situation at risk. are the main favorites for the next Tour de France 2024. In order, Primoz Roglic, Remco Evenepoel and especially Jonas Vingegaard fell in a steep turn. right downhill. The first goes on to a second fall in two days, but the Slovenian seems to be the best off. If he gave up, we could see him standing with his thumb raised after the fall without showing any too visible injury. ;For Remco Evenepoel, the fracture of the clavicle is suspected in view of the images and his arm in a sling. His team, Soudal Quick Step, announced: that the former world champion was going to go to Paris. the hospital to take exams.


For Jonas Vingegaard, the fall is even more spectacular and the concern quite great. The outgoing double winner of the Tour de France remainedé lying down long minutes on the ground, motionless, with several ambulances around him. A neck brace was fitted. placed around the neck and head of the Dane, helped by by oxygen. Its sports director, Frans Maassen confirmed; on Eurosport that the double winner of the Tour de France is aware. À Because of this fall, the race was delayed. neutralized and stopped even for the peloton. Apart from the big names in cycling, Jay Vine (UAE Team Emirates) is also affected. and taken away &agrav; the hospital. According to information from his team, the rider is conscious and can change. Steff Cras, the Belgian leader of the TotalEnergies team, also fell. and gave up. He was é led à hospital.

For several years, falls have been more and more spectacular for runners due to the ever-increasing speed at high speeds. because of the equipment which is constantly evolving and which allows you to go faster and faster… The roads, always more dangerous for professional runners, are & also à incriminate. The deaths in recent months, notably that of Gino Mader during a descent on the Tour de Suisse, unfortunately echo this trend. this terrible fall.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116