Jakobsen keeps improving: this week he will return to the Netherlands

The Dutchman will be transferred to a Leiden hospital where he will undergo further follow-up treatment, the Deceuninck-Quick Step reported.


The Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen (Deceuninck-Quick Step) has improved "even more" after his serious fall last week in the Tour of Poland and will return to his country this Wednesday, where he will continue with his treatment in a hospital, he reported this Tuesday your team.

"The Dutch champion will soon return to his home country. After his accident on the first stage of the Tour of Poland, Fabio Jakobsen's condition has improved even more and he can now travel back to his homeland, the Netherlands." indicates the Deceuninck-Quick Step statement.

"Fabio Jakobsen's condition is evolving favorably, to the point that he will be transferred on Wednesday to the hospital in Leiden, in the Netherlands, where additional follow-up treatment of his injuries will be carried out," he continues.

Jakobsen was the victim of a serious crash last Wednesday in the final sprint of the first stage of the Polish round, when he was displaced against the fence by his compatriot Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo-Visma) at 80 km / h. The Dutchman suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital where he fell into an induced coma and underwent surgery on his face, although brain and spinal injuries were ruled out.

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