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15 Jun 19
Sport Archives

Saturday, fifteen June 2019 – 18:17 The Dutch, gregarious of confidence of the Briton, left nailed in the arrival to Buchmann and to the new leader of the general Jakob Fugslang to cross the first the line of goal Dutch cyclist Wout Poels celebrates his victoryANNE POUJOULATAFP Cycling. The reassuring part of Froome's doctor Sanction […]

15 Jun 19
Noticias Ultimas

Sbado 15 junio 2019 – 18:17 El país holandés, el gobierno de la confianza en el gobierno, el tiempo en que llegan a Buchmann y el nuevo libro de la general Jakob Fugslang for cruzar the first the lnea of ​​meta El ciclista holandeses Wout Poels celebra su victoriaANO POUJOULATAFP Ciclismo. El tranquilizador parte del […]

15 Jun 19
Sport Archives

The Dutchman Wout Poels achieved his nineteenth professional victory by winning at the top of Mount Pipay that finished the seventh stage of the Dauphinè Criterium, and the Danish Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) dressed as leader in the penultimate day. Poels, winner of the classic Liège-Bastoña-Liège, caught the leading duo formed by Fuglsang and the German […]

13 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
CHAMPION cyclist Chris Froome has had plenty of nasty crashes through out his career but had always managed to escape serious injury. Until the worst accident of his life on Wednesday. Chris Froome has managed to walk away from many crashes in the past The four-time Tour de France winner, is currently in intensive care after hitting a wall at 40mph during a warm-up at the Criterium du Dauphine, France. Team Ineos member Froome, 34, is said to have broken his leg, elbow and ribs in the high-speed crash. Unfortunately for Froome, luck wasn’t on his side at this year’s Criterium de Dauphine. After taking his hands off the handlebars to blow his nose, a gust of wind suddenly caught his front wheel which caused him to hit a wall. He was immediately airlifted to Saint-Etienne University Hospital for surgery, where he is in intensive care. Froome is almost certainly out of this year’s Tour de France. The cyclist has endured crushed bones before, and suffered many scrapes during his incredible career. 2014 TOUR DE FRANCE Five years ago, Froome had to pull out of his favourite race, a year after he was the victor, after crashing at stage four of the 2014 Tour de France. He suffered a fractured left wrist, and broke a bone his right hand and his title defence was over. Pictures also showed a nasty scrape on his leg with the Lycra of his cycling shorts torn. Unperturbed, Froome returned the following year, finishing second behind Bradley Wiggins. Froome fractured his left wrist and broke a bone in his right hand at the 2014 Tour de France Froome was left devastated and had to pull out of the race after scans revealed his horror injuries 2015 VUELTA A ESPANA Another race, another fractured bone. In the 11th stage of the Vuelta a Espana, Froome was knocked sideways into a barrier and a stone wall in the Pyrenees. He managed to struggle home, but scans revealed that he had fractured a bone in his foot and his race was over. The perils of cycling have seen Froome come off his bike more than once Often, Froome has been bandaged up and continued to race RAMMED BY A MOTORIST In 2017, Froome was very lucky to escape unharmed when a car rammed into his bike. He uploaded an image to Twitter, showing the devastation, and wrote: “Just got rammed on purpose by an impatient driver who followed me onto the pavement! “Thankfully I’m okay. Bike totaled. Driver kept going!” The incident happened on the roads around Beausoleil, France, where Froome likes to train. Froome was left furious when a motorist knocked him off his bike 2018 TOUR DE FRANCE In the final 10km of the famous race, Froome went over the handle bars of his bike after a dramatic crash. He escaped injury, and managed to minimise his losses in the end, but it could’ve been far worse. Video captured by a camera on Jasper De Busyt’s bike captured Froome brushing shoulders with Katusha-Alpecin rider Rick Zabel as the the road swung left and the peloton moved right. Froome had no option but to crash into a ditch, narrowly avoiding a bollard. At the 2018 Tour de France Froome went over the handlebars of his bike but was lucky to escape serious injury 2018 GIRO D’ITALIA Froome suffered cuts and bruises after crashing during a reconnaissance ride at the 101st Giro d’Italia in Jerusalem last year. Patches of Lycra were notably ripped from his skinsuit around his right hip and underneath his right shoulder, and he also had a bloody knee. Again, the then Team Sky racer escaped relatively lightly and was able to continue to compete in the race. During the warm-up of Giro d’Italia Froome crashed and the Lycra of his skinsuit was ripped showing bloody wounds IN TRAINING Luck was on Froome’s side after he suffered a crash during a training ride near Johannesburg, South Africa last year. A nasty-looking wound on his elbow aside, the cyclist managed to avoid a more serious injury. However, he was keen to show his followers on social media that despite being bruised and battered, he was fine. In a training session in South Africa, Froome came off his bike, but suffered minor injuries [article-rail-section title=”Most read in sport” posts_category=”4″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /]   2014 CRITERIUM DU DAUPHINE Froome has had previous at the race that takes place in France and Switzerland. Five years ago Froome crashed at the sixth stage en route to Poisy at the foot of the Alps. According to his rival Vincenzo Nibali, Team Sky underestimated a series of curves, Froome braked to correct his path and came off his bike. Froome later said that the roads were uneven and there was gravel on top. Miraculously, he finished the stage the same time as his rivals, with his left side and back scraped and bloody, but nothing was broken and he was able to continue. The Criterium du Dauphne race hasn’t been a lucky course for Chris Froome in the past Froome was airlifted to a hospital on Wednesday after crashing into a wall at the Criterium du Dauphine Froome is currently in intensive care in a French hospital, where his condition is described as critical [bc_video video_id=”6047496255001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Dave Brailsford says Chris Froome crashed into a wall at approximately 37mph”]
13 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
CHAMPION cyclist Chris Froome has had plenty of nasty crashes through out his career but had always managed to escape serious injury. Until the worst accident of his life on Wednesday. Chris Froome has managed to walk away from many crashes in the past The four-time Tour de France winner, is currently in intensive care after hitting a wall at 40mph during a warm-up at the Criterium du Dauphine, France. Team Ineos member Froome, 34, is said to have broken his leg, elbow and ribs in the high-speed crash. Unfortunately for Froome, luck wasn’t on his side at this year’s Criterium de Dauphine. After taking his hands off the handlebars to blow his nose, a gust of wind suddenly caught his front wheel which caused him to hit a wall. He was immediately airlifted to Saint-Etienne University Hospital for surgery, where he is in intensive care. Froome is almost certainly out of this year’s Tour de France. The cyclist has endured crushed bones before, and suffered many scrapes during his incredible career. 2014 TOUR DE FRANCE Five years ago, Froome had to pull out of his favourite race, a year after he was the victor, after crashing at stage four of the 2014 Tour de France. He suffered a fractured left wrist, and broke a bone his right hand and his title defence was over. Pictures also showed a nasty scrape on his leg with the Lycra of his cycling shorts torn. Unperturbed, Froome returned the following year, finishing second behind Bradley Wiggins. Froome fractured his left wrist and broke a bone in his right hand at the 2014 Tour de France Froome was left devastated and had to pull out of the race after scans revealed his horror injuries 2015 VUELTA A ESPANA Another race, another fractured bone. In the 11th stage of the Vuelta a Espana, Froome was knocked sideways into a barrier and a stone wall in the Pyrenees. He managed to struggle home, but scans revealed that he had fractured a bone in his foot and his race was over. The perils of cycling have seen Froome come off his bike more than once Often, Froome has been bandaged up and continued to race RAMMED BY A MOTORIST In 2017, Froome was very lucky to escape unharmed when a car rammed into his bike. He uploaded an image to Twitter, showing the devastation, and wrote: “Just got rammed on purpose by an impatient driver who followed me onto the pavement! “Thankfully I’m okay. Bike totaled. Driver kept going!” The incident happened on the roads around Beausoleil, France, where Froome likes to train. Froome was left furious when a motorist knocked him off his bike 2018 TOUR DE FRANCE In the final 10km of the famous race, Froome went over the handle bars of his bike after a dramatic crash. He escaped injury, and managed to minimise his losses in the end, but it could’ve been far worse. Video captured by a camera on Jasper De Busyt’s bike captured Froome brushing shoulders with Katusha-Alpecin rider Rick Zabel as the the road swung left and the peloton moved right. Froome had no option but to crash into a ditch, narrowly avoiding a bollard. At the 2018 Tour de France Froome went over the handlebars of his bike but was lucky to escape serious injury 2018 GIRO D’ITALIA Froome suffered cuts and bruises after crashing during a reconnaissance ride at the 101st Giro d’Italia in Jerusalem last year. Patches of Lycra were notably ripped from his skinsuit around his right hip and underneath his right shoulder, and he also had a bloody knee. Again, the then Team Sky racer escaped relatively lightly and was able to continue to compete in the race. During the warm-up of Giro d’Italia Froome crashed and the Lycra of his skinsuit was ripped showing bloody wounds IN TRAINING Luck was on Froome’s side after he suffered a crash during a training ride near Johannesburg, South Africa last year. A nasty-looking wound on his elbow aside, the cyclist managed to avoid a more serious injury. However, he was keen to show his followers on social media that despite being bruised and battered, he was fine. In a training session in South Africa, Froome came off his bike, but suffered minor injuries [article-rail-section title=”Most read in sport” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /]   2014 CRITERIUM DU DAUPHINE Froome has had previous at the race that takes place in France and Switzerland. Five years ago Froome crashed at the sixth stage en route to Poisy at the foot of the Alps. According to his rival Vincenzo Nibali, Team Sky underestimated a series of curves, Froome braked to correct his path and came off his bike. Froome later said that the roads were uneven and there was gravel on top. Miraculously, he finished the stage the same time as his rivals, with his left side and back scraped and bloody, but nothing was broken and he was able to continue. The Criterium du Dauphne race hasn’t been a lucky course for Chris Froome in the past Froome was airlifted to a hospital on Wednesday after crashing into a wall at the Criterium du Dauphine Froome is currently in intensive care in a French hospital, where his condition is described as critical [bc_video video_id=”6047496255001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Dave Brailsford says Chris Froome crashed into a wall at approximately 37mph”]
12 Jun 19
Sports Daily Tips

Britain’s Adam Yates took the overall lead at the Criterium du Dauphine after finishing sixth on stage four. The Mitchelton-Scott rider, 26, leads Belgian Dylan Teuns by four seconds following the 26.1km time trial in Roanne, France. Jumbo-Visma’s Belgian Wout van Aert won the stage in 33 minutes 38 seconds. Britain’s Chris Froome suffered a […]

11 Jun 19
Sport Archives

the Irish Sam Bennett (Bora) conquered the sprint the third stage of the Dauphiné Critérium, this Tuesday in the French town of Riom. The Belgian Dylan Teuns (Bahrain), on the eve of the only time trial trial, he retained the leader yellow jersey he had won the day before. In this stage of 177 kilometers, […]

11 Jun 19
Sports Daily Tips

Irish rider Sam Bennett won a bunch sprint to take victory on stage three of the Criterium du Dauphine, as Dylan Teuns retained the overall lead. The Bora-Hansgrohe 28-year-old was an easy winner from Belgian Wout van Aert and Italian Davide Ballerini on the flat 177km stage to Riom. Three-time champion Chris Froome, competing in […]

10 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Introducing one of the official helmets of Team Giant-Alpecin, the Giant Rev with MIPS. Lightweight and comfortable, with uncompromising performance and protection for those long days on the road. With cutting-edge design and maximum ventilation, the Giant Rev MIPS is used from categorised climbs to World Cup cyclocross racing. But why do Team Giant-Alpecin use […]

10 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Introducing one of the official helmets of Team Giant-Alpecin, the Giant Rev with MIPS. Lightweight and comfortable, with uncompromising performance and protection for those long days on the road. With cutting-edge design and maximum ventilation, the Giant Rev MIPS is used from categorised climbs to World Cup cyclocross racing. But why do Team Giant-Alpecin use […]

10 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Introducing one of the official helmets of Team Giant-Alpecin, the Giant Rev with MIPS. Lightweight and comfortable, with uncompromising performance and protection for those long days on the road. With cutting-edge design and maximum ventilation, the Giant Rev MIPS is used from categorised climbs to World Cup cyclocross racing. But why do Team Giant-Alpecin use […]

10 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

The Giant Propel Advanced SL is the choice of top pros for sprints, attacks and breakaways and exhilarating speed. Your ultimate aero advantage. It’s the frame of choice for Team Giant-Alpecin sprinters and breakaway artists. They know it gives them an edge because it’s been proven through third party aerodynamic testing. Engineered and developed with […]

09 Jun 19
Sports Daily Tips

Britain’s Chris Froome finished safely in the peloton on the first stage of the Criterium du Dauphine, an important Tour de France warm-up race. Team Dimension Data’s Norwegian Edvald Boasson Hagen, 32, won the lumpy stage from Aurillac to Jussac in a sprint from Phillipe Gilbert, 36. Gilbert’s 24-year-old fellow Belgian Wout van Aert finished […]