Quick-Step Floors Thursday to let us know that Fernando Gaviria after his broken collarbone on Tuesday in the first stage of the Tour of Turkey is not to have the surgery should be. That led to further research in the AZ Herentals to light.
“Good news from Belgium: after further scans to have performed it became clear that Fernando Gaviria is not going to have surgery on his broken collarbone”, communicated Quick-Step on Twitter. “He will bicycle the next three weeks on the side must leave. Fast speedy recovery, Fernando.”
The 24-year-old Gaviria fell to four kilometers from the arrival in Konya heavy. The Colombian rode the ride, but in a local hospital and was later a broken collarbone was detected. The Tour of Turkey was the last race for Gaviria this year. The cut out for sprinter saw his season a few days earlier than expected to come to an end.