Kelderman suffers concussion from accident

The Bora updated the medical report of the riders who were run over during the last training session. The Dutch, the worst stopped.


Wilco Kelderman (Bora Hansgrohe), third classified in the last Giro d'Italia, suffers a fractured vertebra after the impact with a car that occurred this Saturday near Lake Garda (northern Italy), in which they were also involved his German colleagues Rudiger Selig and Andreas Schillinger.

"During training, several of our runners were involved in an accident with a car, which crossed the road and hit our group," reported Bora Hansgrohe, which ended a week of training in the Lake Garda area this Sunday. in an official statement.

"Wilco Kelderman, Rudiger Selig and Andreas Schillinger were taken to the hospital, all conscious. Wilco suffered a contusion and fracture of a vertebra. Andreas suffered a ruptured vertebra in the cervical and thoracic area. For both, we are waiting in a conservative treatment. Rudi also suffered a contusion, but not fractures, "added the Bora Hansgrohe.

According to the first reconstructions, advanced by the Italian media, the car crossed the road without respecting a stop sign and was violently hit by the group of cyclists, who were about to finish their training session. Slovak Peter Sagan had finished his session shortly before, so he was not involved in the accident.

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