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No cross this winter for ex-world champion cyclo-cross by ‘sore leg’

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Pauline Ferrand-Prévot will this winter not the start of a cyclocross. That made the cyclist himself known on Facebook. The world champion cyclocross of 2015 is faced with a geknelde femoral artery, must be operated at the linkeronderbeen and will be four months out. The French had constantly suffered from the sense of a ‘sore leg’.

The 26-year-old Ferrand-Prévot suffered a long time with problems in the linkeronderbeen. “The recurring pain was in the first instance, linked to problems with the hip,” she explains. “But the problem did not get resolved and further investigations showed then the presence of endofibrose, left, and, to a lesser extent to the right, see. Soon there will be a surgical procedure to be planned in Lyon. I will have about four months out of competition.”

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Ferrand-Prévot made in 2015, for a unique triple in the sport of cycling. She was that year as the first ever at the same time world champion on the road, in the field and on the mountain bike. The world titles on the road and in the mountain she conquered in 2014, which is in the field in early 2015. In addition, her list of achievements (on the road) a victory in the fleche wallonne (2014), and national titles on the road (2014 and 2015) and in the time trial (2012, 2013 and 2014).

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