Minus two riders – so the balance sheet is after the prologue of the 59. Tour de Romandie, which took place on Tuesday in new castle. After the time trial about 4 kilometres to the South Africans Jacques Janse van Rensburg and new Zealander Sam Bewley had to give up on the Tour already. More precisely, could not Bewley is riding the prologue once best.
What had happened? Shortly after crossing the finish line, a power cable across the track. Bewley had already been in the track inspection to the case and was unable to compete due to a shoulder injury. Van Rensburg crashed after the prologue than 127. had finished, also because of the power line, broke the right clavicle, and must pause four weeks. The two falls were not filmed, in the Video above is but to see how other drivers in trouble with the power cable Express.
Mauvaise chute pour Jacques Janse van Rensburg, après la ligne d'arrivée du prologue du #TDR2019 #tourderomandie Il est reparti par ses propres moyens néanmoins après qqs minutes au sol. Suivez la course sur https://t.co/bXkOId5fNW pic.twitter.com/VC4ERYUm0tVeloPro.fr (@VeloProFR) 30. April 2019
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It was not in new castle this incident. Two Swiss riders had more luck. So Kilian Frankiny (25) in the last curve before the goal of a pedestrian-velvet dog almost in front wheel . The Valais Frankiny around came to a fall and was 126.
???? ¡Menudo susto para Kilian Frankiny, del Groupama-FDJ!— Eurosport.it (@Eurosport_ES) 30. April 2019
?????????? Un peatón cruzó por la zona de meta con su perro y le esquivó por muy poco...
Empezamos el Tour de Romandía con un pequeño sobresalto pic.twitter.com/phkfeF9M1i
Also had an encounter with an animal, Tom Bohli, who was in the final third. The 25-year-old from Eastern Switzerland would not have had to Dodge a pigeon, would be located to the prologue victory. Because, as a third party, he had only 71 hundredths behind stage winner Jan Tratnik from Slovenia.
the absence of The St. Galler Tom #Bohli in the prologue, the #TourDeRomandie 71 hundredths to victory. The victory goes to Slovenia's Jan Tratnik. #srfrad pic.twitter.com/5jyrKrYumt— SRF Sport (@srfsport) 30. April 2019
Created: 01.05.2019, 14:29 PM