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The heavy criticism of organisation, Tour of Luxembourg, after a heavy fall: “That finish line and the conclusion to it was just asking for trouble”

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The Frenchman, One Jules came to Thursday’s heavy fall at the end of the opening stage in the Tour de France. This turned out to be the last leg of the nadarafsluiting. Christophe Brandt, team owner of Wallonie-Bruxelles, insert a finger into the organization. Also, Oliver Naesen and Johan Bruyneel to interfere in the debate, and denounced, especially in the nadarafsluiting.

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“I can understand why the finish line, and that is exactly where I was,” says Burns. “I’m the last to criticize a sponsor. However, knowing that there is a good chance that the ride will end in a bunch sprint, and on such a narrow track, and a downhill with a turn and a finish that is a bit of a recipe for failure.”

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This one He moved to after his fall, even if the second one across the finish line after winner of the Race, He. Examination at the hospital showed no fractures to the surface. Or is he in for us to still start with a question mark. “I don’t want to take any risks with my rider. I think the chances that he or she is still at the start. It was an unfortunate accident, and this One had a lot of luck that he was there with the scars and the stitches are out. It was a lot worse, could have been,” says Burns.

Naesen: “It was a disaster to be

Also, Oliver Naesen (AG2R) did not tender for the organization With a more secure closure, like the one pictured below – it would be this One He will not have crashed. As simple as that. This has resulted in a disaster can be. YOU touched the foot of the nadarhekken, the band took off and he lost control, and badly crashed.”

Johan Bruyneel bother themselves on old-fashioned nadarhekken: “Really, it is almost unbelievable that this kind of fencing may still be in the world of cycling. The UCI, wouldn’t it be better to have a little more to invest in the safety of the riders, and instead of wasting time with silly things such as measuring the effectiveness of their socket length?”