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How not to design a finishing straight

Posted April 06, 2015 07:09PM by Skye in the Cycling Forum

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Distaster at Pais Vasco, what were they thinking???




Translated from http://www.marca.com/2015/04/06/ciclismo/1428344326.html

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The bollard Gran Vía ravaged squad and fractures in at least four cyclists, according to the medical report provided by the Tour of the Basque Country. Sergio Pardilla (Caja Rural), Nicolas Edet (Cofidis), Peter Stetina (BMC) and Adam Yates (Orica) were the worst off.

Sergio Pardilla suffered "traumatic brain injury, haemoptysis [coughing up blood] and fractured left wrist", according to physicians career, and finished the day at the hospital de Cruces, which also was diagnosed with a fractured shoulder and hemopneumothorax. There remain 48 hours for observation.

Adam Yates middle finger of the right hand was fractured, according to the report provided.

Peter Stetina right patella and tibial plateau fractured ribs well. Heals his wounds in hospital in Basurto.

Nicolas Edet suffers fracture "of the distal end of the left clavicle and rib fracture."

Prior to the fall in the finishing straight also suffered a fall of gravity Pierre Lecuisinier (FDJ), to which they diagnositcaron in Basurto olecranon fracture [of the elbow] left.

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