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Heinrich Haussler breaks collarbone in training

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Heinrich Haussler breaks collarbone in training

Rider Heinrich Haussler (33) has Monday a broken collarbone sustained in a crash on training. That has his team Bahrain Merida let you know. Bad luck continues as the Australian chase. Last year, he was also a long time in the barn after two knieoperaties.

Haussler was training near his home in Germany when he crashed and his rechtersleutelbeen broke. It was, according to Bahrain Merida “his last specific training” for the Tour of Dubai, which is the Australian so his program should delete.

“I am confident that I can get back on the bike will sit,” says Haussler. “My form was very good. I had the past few weeks a great internship with the team in Calpe. The only bad is that I’m not on the team can and can not drive in Dubai. I believe that this is only a minor setback compared with what last year I’ve been through.” Tuesday will Haussler under the knife.

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