For many athletes it is a dream to stand up on a podium and celebrate themselves by frådsende show that spray expensive champagnedråber in addition to it all.
With a nice third place was belgian Oliver the Nose along with John Degenkolb and the race winner Norwegian Alexander Kristoff the three riders, who was given the honour of spraying the loose after endagsløbet Gent-Wevelgem.
however, It was too much for belgian Nose, which now claims to sprøjteriet has made him sick.
AG2R rider has made a big effort not to get infected in everyday life, and therefore can not see how else he had been sick.
- I use alco-gel every day, and I never go outside without something on my neck. When I shake your hand, I always think very much about not touching myself in the face after. I have done everything in order not to be sick.
- The only moment I felt cold was on the podium after Gent-Welvegem. So I think my sickness is going away, says Oliver the Nose according to cyclingnews.com.
Winner of the race, the UAE rider Alexander Kristoff, stood for the main part of the sprøjtearbejdet on the podium after the race. According to a doctor for kristoff's team, it may not be champagnens fault that Oliver the Nose has been sick.
- You can't get a halsinfektion being sprayed with champagne. Also not from a bit blown in the neck, writes UAE-doctor Jarrad van Zuydam on Twitter.
For the record:— Jarrad Van Zuydam (@JarradVZ) April 5, 2019
You can't get a respiratory tract infection by being sprayed with champagne. the
Nor from a chilly breeze on the neck. the
In related news, the air conditioners are not bronchitis machines. pic.twitter.com/YObbgh6r8y
Oliver Bruhat asked, in spite of his illness, to the start of Dwars door Vlaaderen, which was run on Wednesday. AG2R rider came in goal with the field 20 seconds after the front, but had it bad during the race and avoided completely cycle the day after the race.
the Nose has been touted as a 'dark horse' to get on the podium in the forårsklassikeren Flanders Round, which kicks off on Sunday. The 28-year-old belgian feel in good shape, and hope that the disease will slow him.
- I know that my legs are good, and the shape is good. I just have to wait and see on Sunday morning. If I wake up and am healthy, then I'm the same rider as last week. If not, it becomes a weaker version of myself, says Oliver the Nose, there is good tired of timing.
- It is really annoying. I have trained exclusively in order to be ready in this period of the year, and then I become sick before the big race. It is annoying, says Oliver the Nose according to cyclingnews.com.
The belgian classic tour of Flanders Around is 270 kilometres long and will run on Sunday from at 10:45. You can follow the race live on the dawn.dk
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