Stopped Danish Tour-totally get the serious breach

It is not only the fear of the coronavirus, which has kept the cyclists and staff members on the largest cycling teams in the world caught on to The Arabian Pen

Stopped Danish Tour-totally get the serious breach

It is not only the fear of the coronavirus, which has kept the cyclists and staff members on the largest cycling teams in the world caught on to The Arabian Pen

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
09 mart 2020 Monday 10:00
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Stopped Danish Tour-totally get the serious breach

It is not only the fear of the coronavirus, which has kept the cyclists and staff members on the largest cycling teams in the world caught on to The Arabian Peninsula in the recent time.

For the Danish NTT-sports director Lars Bak welcomed the UAE Tour also on black accident, which only now has allowed him to travel home to the family in Luxembourg. On Twitter reveals the Reverse, that he has been under the knife because of a fracture of the right leg.

‘One of the last back from the UAE Tour and now on his feet again,’ writes Bak in a tweet.

‘Special thanks to dr. Mohnish for a successful operation and all the nurses on CNG Healthcare (UAE's largest private hospital, red.). I know I can be demanding, but it has been incredible.’

‘Miss my family very much, but finally I can fly home in the evening,’ writes Bak in the tweetet, which was published early Monday.

Ekstra Bladet has tried to get a comment from Bak, but he does not answer calls. Instead, press officer Jean Smyth from NTT Pro Cycling sent a short message:

‘Lars broke his leg in a fall on the teamhotellet. The fracture required surgery, which went mighty fine. He is in good spirits and is very happy to be on his way home to his family,’ writes Smyth to Ekstra Bladet.

Lars Bak accompanied his tweet of pictures showing him in a wheelchair and with a walker, and he posted the also an x-ray, which shows a seemingly serious fracture of the thigh bone just above the knee.

Bak set his or her active career last year and joined the soon as the assistant sports director at NTT Pro Cycling, as Bjarne Riis and Virtu Cycling Group acquired one-third of.

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Updated: 09.03.2020 10:00
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