Doctors and Jakobsen's Recovery: "It's a Miracle"

The Dutch cyclist is already in the Netherlands to continue his recovery after the serious fall he suffered in the Tour of Poland in which he suffered injuries to his face.


Fabio Jakobsen continues by leaps and bounds with his recovery after the hard crash he suffered in the first stage of the Tour of Poland after hitting the finish line at 80 km / h after Dylan Groenewegen closed him in the sprint.

Jakobsen flew to the Netherlands on Wednesday to continue his recovery in the country after being admitted to a hospital in Sosnowiec for a week, where he underwent surgery for serious injuries to his face, but brain and vital organ injuries were ruled out.

In statements to the Belgian media Sporza, the Deceuninck Quick-Step doctor, Yvan Vanmol, wanted to deny that the cyclist suffered damage to his legs. "Everyone saw the hardness of the fall. Now we can see Fabio move again, stand up. He has no broken legs. It is a miracle," said the doctor.

In fact, Jakobsen himself was able to walk from the ambulance to the plane that took him home. Now the young Deceuninck Quick-Step sprinter will continue to work to recover from injuries to stand out again in the peloton kicks.

Photos from
Powered by Blogger.