Tuesday, October 4

Jakobsen returns it to Groenewegen

Dylan Groenewegen live his entire career marked. His criminal maneuver in a sprint at the Tour of Poland in August 2020 threw Fabio Jakobsen against the fences and left him in a coma. The Dutchman was portrayed by the images. A suicidal move that disfigured Jakobsen’s face (he needed 80 stitches) and left him in recovery for several months after a coma.

Nine months of sanction cost Groenewegen the move and now after leaving in Jumbo has been reinserted on the BikeExchange. Despite the threats I receivedalways be seen as an outlaw in the platoon Persona non grata. Every gesture of the Dutch sprinter will always be scrutinized as an eternal culprit.

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He’s never going to be able to get out of that damn sprint. He quoted with Jakobsen in private in May 2021 to turn the page and the quote transcended because Groenewegen the air Jakobsen affected the gesture.

The terrible incident does not cover the incredible quality of both sprinters. With Caleb Ewan they are the most powerful legs and they do not forgive in massive endings. Today they have shown it again.

Jakobsen has swept the steep Torrente sprint in the second stage of the Volta a la Comunidad Valenciana and Groenewegen has done the same in the desert race, the Saud Tour, where the wind caused fans and a sandstorm, and the outlaw cyclist set his top speed. Two intimate enemies that challenge as it should always be: based on speed and victories.

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